Prince Koreyasu (惟康親王) (May 26, 1264 – November 25, 1326; reigned 1266–1289) was the seventh shogun of the Kamakura shogunate of Japan. He was the nominal ruler controlled by the Hōjō clan regents.
- 1266 (Bun'ei 3, 7th month): Koreyasu was installed as the 7th shogun at the age of two when his father was deposed.
- 1287 (Kōan 10, 6th month): The shogun was given the offices of Chūnagon and Udaijin in the hierarchy of the Imperial court.
- 1289 (Shōō 2, 9th month): A revolt led by Hōjō Sadatoki (Sagami-no-Kami) caused Koreyasu to flee to Kyoto.
At age 25, the deposed shogun became a Buddhist monk. His priestly name was Ono-no miya.
- Father: Prince Munetaka
- Mother: Konoe Saiko (b.1241)
- Wife: unknown
- Prince Hitozumi
- a daughter married Prince Hisaaki (d.1306)
- Prince Yasutada
- Prince Hitokiyo (1291-1302)
- Prince Hitotada
- Prince Hisazumi
- Adopted son: Prince Hisaaki
Eras of Koreyasu's bakufu
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