Fujiwara no Saneyori (, also known as 藤原実頼, 900–970) Onomiya-dono, was a Japanese statesman, courtier and politician during the Heian period. 
He was a minister during the reigns of
Emperor Reizei and Emperor En'yū. 
944 ( ): Saneyori was elevated to the position of Tengyō 7, 4th month in the Imperial court hierarchy. udaijin 
947 ( 1, 4th month Tenryaku ): Saneyori is promoted to the positions of sadaijin and grand general of the left. 
949 ( Tenryaku 3, 1st month ): Saneyori and his brother Morosuke shared the duties of daijō-daijin during a period of Fujiwara no Tadahira's ill-health. 
958 ( 2, 3rd month Tentoku ): Saneyori was granted special permission to travel in a wheeled vehicle. 
963 ( 3, 2nd month Ōwa ): Saneyori presided at the coming of age ceremonies for Norihira-shinnō (憲平親王) who would later become Emperor Reizei. 
968 ( ): Saneyori began serving as Kōhō 5, 6th month kampaku when Emperor Reizei assumed the throne in 968. 
970 ( ): Saneyori died at age 70; and he was posthumously elevated to the first class in rank. Tenroku 1, 5th month 
After his death, Saneyori's nephew Koretada assumed his duties when he was named
(regent) after his death. sesshō 
Genealogy [ edit ]
This member of the
Fujiwara clan was the son of Fujiwara no Tadahira. Saneyori was the eldest son.  He had two brothers:  Morosuke and Morotada. 
^ a b c Nussbaum, Louis-Frédéric. (2005). "Fujiwara no Saneyori" in , p. 208, at Japan Encyclopedia , p. 208 Google Books; Brinkley, Frank et al. (1915). , p. 203, at A History of the Japanese People from the Earliest Times to the End of the Meiji Era, pp. 203, 259. Google Books
^ a b Titsingh, Isaac. (1834). , p. 138, at Annales des empereurs du japon, p. 138 Google Books; see "Fousiwara-no Sane yori", pre- Hepburn romanization
^ a b Titsingh, , p. 139, at p. 139 Google Books.
^ Titsingh, , p. 140, at p. 140 Google Books.
^ a b Titsingh, , p. 141, at p. 141 Google Books.
^ Titsingh, , p. 144, at p. 144 Google Books.
^ Brinkley, , p. 259, at p. 259 Google Books; Titsingh, , p. 144, at p. 144. Google Books
^ Brinkley, , p. 257, at p. 257 Google Books.
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