Tsuki no wa no misasagi
Tsuki no wa no misasagi (月輪陵) is the name of a mausoleum in Higashiyama-ku, Kyoto used by successive generations of the Japanese Imperial Family. The tomb is situated in Sennyū-ji, a Buddhist temple founded in the early Heian period  which was the hereditary temple or bodaiji (菩提寺) of the Imperial family.
- 108 Emperor Go-Mizunoo 
- 109 Empress Meishō 
- 110 Emperor Go-Kōmyō 
- 111 Emperor Go-Sai 
- 112 Emperor Reigen  and Takatsukasa Fusako
- 113 Emperor Higashiyama 
- 114 Emperor Nakamikado 
- 115 Emperor Sakuramachi 
- 116 Emperor Momozono 
- 117 Empress Go-Sakuramachi 
- 118 Emperor Go-Momozono 
Three other Edo Period emperors are also enshrined at Nochi no tsuki no wa no Higashiyama no misasagi (後月輪東山陵)  The final resting places of two Empress Dowagers are also found in this Imperial tomb complex.
- 119 Emperor Kōkaku  and Empress Yoshiko 
- 120 Emperor Ninkō 
- 121 Emperor Kōmei  and Empress Eishō 
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