Ichijō family

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to navigation Jump to search
Ichijō clan
一条家
Home province Tosa
Parent house Fujiwara clan
Titles Various
Founder Ichijō Sanetsune
Founding year 13th century
Cadet branches Daigo clan
Tosa-Ichijō

The Ichijō family (一条家, Ichijō-ke) was a Japanese aristocratic kin group.[1] The Ichijō was a branch of the Fujiwara clan.[2]

History[edit]

The family was founded by Kujō Michiie's son Ichijō Sanetsune.[1]

The Ichijō was one of five Fujiwara families from which the Sesshō and Kampaku were chosen.[1]

The Daigo family (醍醐家, Daigo ke) was a branch of the Ichijō family, founded in the early Edo period by Ichijō Akiyoshi's son Ichijō Fuyumoto.[citation needed]

Main Branch[edit]

  1. Ichijo Sanetsune
  2. Ichijo Ietsune
  3. Ichijo Uchisane
  4. Ichijo Uchitsune
  5. Ichijo Tsunemichi
  6. Ichijo Fusatsune
  7. Ichijo Tsunetsugu
  8. Ichijo Kaneyoshi
  9. Ichijo Norifusa
  10. Ichijo Fuyuyoshi
  11. Ichijo Fusamichi
  12. Ichijo Kanefuyu
  13. Ichijo Uchimoto
  14. Ichijo Akiyoshi
  15. Ichijo Norisuke
  16. Ichijo Kaneteru
  17. Ichijo Kaneka
  18. Ichijo Michika
  19. Ichijo Teruyoshi
  20. Ichijo Tadayoshi
  21. Ichijo Sanemichi (1788-1805)
  22. Ichijo Tadaka (1812-1863)
  23. Ichijo Saneyoshi (1835-1868)
  24. Ichijo Tadasada (1862-?)
  25. Ichijo Saneteru (1866-1924)
  26. Ichijo Sanetaka (1880-1959)
  27. Ichijo Sanefumi (1917-1985)
  28. Ichijo Saneaki (b.1945)
  29. Ichijo Sanetsuna (heir)

Tosa-Ichijō[edit]

The following is the list of the heads of Tosa-Ichijō clan (土佐一条氏).

  1. Norifusa
  2. Fusaie
  3. Fusafuyu
  4. Fusamoto
  5. Kanesada
  6. Tadamasa
  7. Masachika

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c Papinot, Jacques Edmond Joseph. (1906). Dictionnaire d’histoire et de géographie du Japon; Papinot, (2003). "Ichijō," Nobiliare du Japon, p. 13; retrieved 2013-7-7.
  2. ^ Nussbaum, Louis-Frédéric. (2005). "Ichijō" in Japan Encyclopedia, p. 368.

External links[edit]