Takatsukasa Kanetada

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In this Japanese name, the family name is "Takatsukasa".

Takatsukasa Kanetada (鷹司 兼忠?, 1262 – 1301), son of Kanehira, was a court noble (kugyo) of the Kamakura period. He held the regent positions of Kampaku from 1296 to 1298 and Sessho since 1298. In 1301 he retired and became a priest. Regent Fuyuhira was his son. His other sons include: Fuyutsune (冬経?, 1282-1319) and Motonori (基教?, ?-?); they did not become kampaku or sessho. Also, Motonori was Fuyutsune's adopted son.

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