Emperor Go-Fukakusa

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Emperor Go-Fukakusa (後深草天皇 Go-Fukakusa-tennō?) (June 28, 1243 – August 17, 1304) was the 89th emperor of Japan, according to the traditional order of succession. This reign spanned the years 1246 through 1260.[1]

This 13th century sovereign was named after the 9th century Emperor Nimmyō[2] and go- (後), translates literally as "later;" and thus, he could be called the "Later Emperor Fukakusa". The Japanese word "go" has also been translated to mean the "second one;" and in some older sources, this emperor may be identified as "Fukakusa, the second," or as "Fukakusa II."

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Genealogy

Before his ascension to the Chrysanthemum Throne, his personal name (his imina) was Hisahito (久仁?).[3]

He was the second son of Emperor Go-Saga

  • Empress: Saionji (Fujiwara) Kimiko (西園寺(藤原)公子) (daughter of his mother's younger sister and Emperor Go-Saga's adopted son/nephew)
    • Second daughter: Imperial Princess Takako (貴子内親王)
    • Third daughter: Imperial Princess Reiko (姈子内親王) (wife of Emperor Go-Uda)
  • Lady-in-waiting: Daughter of Miki? (Fujiwara) ?? (三木(藤原)茂通)
    • Eighth son: Prince ?? (三木(藤原)茂通) (Buddhist Priest)
    • Sixth daughter: Imperial Princess ?? (永子内親王)
  • Consort: Tōin (Fujiwara) ?? (洞院(藤原)愔子)
    • Fourth daughter: Imperial Princess Hisako (久子内親王)
    • Second son: Imperial Prince Hirohito (熈仁親王) (Emperor Fushimi)
    • Third son: Prince ?? (性仁法親王) (Buddhist Priest)
  • Consort: Miki? (Fujiwara) Fusako (三条(藤原)房子)
  • Consort: Saionji (Fujiwara) Aiko (西園寺(藤原)相子)
    • Fifth daughter: Princess Hanako/Eiko/Akiko (瑛子内親王)

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