Fujiwara no Tamemitsu
Fujiwara no Tamemitsu
|Parents||Fujiwara no Morosuke (father)|
- 985 (Kanna 1}: Tamemitsu was named udaijin.
- 991 (Shōryaku 2, 9th month): Tamemitsu was promoted from udaijin to daijō Daijin.
He is referred to as Kōtoku-kō (恒徳公) (posthumous name as Daijō Daijin).
Tamemitsu erected Hōjū-ji temple to mourn his daughter Shishi.
Marriages and ChildrenEdit
Tamemitsu was married to a daughter of Fujiwara no Atsutoshi (first son of Fujiwara no Saneyori). They had at least four children.
- Sanenobu (964–1001) (誠信) - Sangi (参議)
- Tadanobu (or Narinobu) (967–1035) (斉信) - Dainagon
- daughter - married to Fujiwara no Yoshikane (son of Fujiwara no Koretada)
- Shishi (忯子) (969–985) - married to Emperor Kazan
He was also married to a daughter of regent Fujiwara no Koretada.
- Michinobu (道信) (972–994) - poet, one of Thirty-six Poetry Immortals
- Kinnobu (公信) (977–1026) - Gon-no-Chūnagon
- daughter - married to Sadaijin Minamoto no Masanobu
- Genshi (儼子) (died 1016) - side house of Fujiwara no Michinaga
- Jōshi (穠子) (979–1025) - Lady-in-waiting of Empress Kenshi (consort of Emperor Sanjō), and side house of Fujiwara no Michinaga
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