Shō Sei

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For the 19th-century king of Ryūkyū, see Shō Sei (r. 1803).
Shō Sei
尚清
King of Ryukyu
Reign 1526-1555
Predecessor Shō Shin
Successor Shō Gen
Born 1497
Died 1555
Burial Tamaudun, Shuri
Spouse Umimajingani Ajiganashi
Concubine Mazuru-gane, Shirono Ōajishirare
Maninaku-gane, Ōajishirare
Mayojin-gane, Ōajishirare
Yonabaru Agomosirare
Issue Shō Tei, Crown Prince Nakagusuku
Shō Gen, Prince Kume-Nakagusuku
Shō Yōsō, Prince Katsuren Chōsō
Shō Kanshin, Prince Ōie
Shō Kan, Prince Chatan Chōri
Shō Hankoku, Prince Kochinda Chōten
Shō Sōken, Prince Ie Chōgi
Shō Kōtoku, Prince Yuntanza Chōbyo
Shō Kyōrei, Prince Tomigusuku Chōkyō
Shō Etsu, Prince Haneji Chōbu
Princess Aoriyae Ajiganashi
Princess Shuriōkimi Ajiganashi
House House of Second Shō
Father Shō Shin
Mother Umitogani Ajiganashi

Shō Sei (尚清, 1497–1555) was king of the Ryukyu Kingdom from 1526 to 1555.[1] He was the fifth son of King Shō Shin, who he succeeded.

Shō Sei suppressed a rebellion on Amami Ōshima in 1537, and took steps to improve defenses against wakō that same year.

Shō Sei died in 1555, and was succeeded by his second son Shō Gen.

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Shō Sei
House of Second Shō
Regnal titles
Preceded by
Shō Shin
King of Ryukyu
1527-1555
Succeeded by
Shō Gen