Fujiwara no Kimiko

Fujiwara no Kimiko (藤原(西園寺)公子; 1232 – 6 March 1304) was an Empress consort of Japan. She was the consort of Emperor Go-Fukakusa of Japan.[1]

Saionji Kimiko
西園寺公子
Empress consort of Japan
Tenure14 February 1257 – 6 January 1260
Born1232
Died6 March 1304(1304-03-06) (aged 71–72)
Heian-kyō (Kyōto)
SpouseEmperor Go-Fukakusa
IssuePrincess Takako
Princess Reishi
HouseYamato
FatherSaionji Saneuji
MotherShijō Sadako

She was Emperor Go-Fukakusa‘s maternal cousin.

In 1293 (first year of the Einin era) she ordained as a Buddhist nun.[citation needed]

Issue
  • Second daughter: Imperial Princess Takako (貴子内親王)
  • Third daughter: Imperial Princess Reishi (姈子内親王) (wife of Emperor Go-Uda)

NotesEdit

Japanese royalty
Preceded by
Princess Teruko
Empress consort of Japan
1257–1260
Succeeded by
Fujiwara no Saneko