|Parent house||Fujiwara clan|
|Current head||Tadateru Konoe|
|Founding year||12th century|
Tadateru Konoe is the 50th head of the family which goes back to Kamatari Fujiwara (614-669). Michinaga Fujiwara (966-1027) was the patron and the model for Hikaru no Kimi in The Tale of Genji. They have been the main members of the Imperial Family of Japan for over 1000 years.
Prime Minister Fumimaro Konoe was a member of this family. His brother Prince Hidemaro Konoye was a prominent conductor who founded the New Symphony Orchestra of Tokyo, now the NHK Symphony Orchestra.
- Konoe Motozane
- Konoe Motomichi
- Konoe Iehiro
- Konoe Kanetsune
- Konoe Sakihisa
- Konoe Nobutada
- Konoe Nobuhiro
- Konoe Tadahiro
- Konoe Motohiro
- Konoe Iezane
- Konoe Atsumaro
- Fumimaro Konoe.
- Hidemaro Konoye
- Tadateru Konoe
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- Nussbaum, "Konoe Fumimaro" in Japan Encyclopedia, p. 558-559.
- Nussbaum, "Konoe Iehiro" at p. 559.
- Nussbaum, "Konoe Sakihasa" at p. 559.
- Nussbaum, "Konoe Nobutada" at p. 559.
- Nussbaum, "Konoe Notuhrio" at p. 559.
- Nussbaum, "Konoe Atsumaro" at p. 558.
- Nussbaum, "Konoe Atsumaro" at pp. 558-559.
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