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  1. In 1319, he was promoted to Juichii.
  2. In 1319, when Kishi SAIONJI became the wife of Emperor Godaigo, Yasuko accompanied her as joro (high ranking woman servant in the Imperial Court), and later became the Emperor's favorite mistress, surpassing Kishi.
  3. In 1319, when the cloister government by the retired Emperor Gouda resumed with Emperor Godaigo's accession to the throne, Arifusa was sick and confined to bed.
  4. In 1320, his eldest son 'Koso' (光祖) (the second child, the head of Nanzen-ji Temple in later years) was born.
  5. In 1320, the great rebellions by the Emishi broke out and continued till 1328..
  6. In 1321, 'Otani-byodo Mausoleum' was converted to a temple and received the name 'Honganji' by Kakunyo.
  7. In 1321, Kakunyo rebuilt the Otani-Eido and changed it to a temple as the Hongan-ji Temple.
  8. In 1321, Kakunyo, the 3rd caretaker of Hongan-ji Temple, made the hall "Otani byodo" into the temple called Hongan-ji (or the Otani Hongan-ji Temple).
  9. In 1321, Nichizo (1269-1342) was granted a temple estate by the Emperor Godaigo on which he founded the Myoken-ji Temple as the first Nichiren Sect site in Kyoto at Imakoji Lane near Mikawa (Kamigyo Ward, Kyoto City).
  10. In 1321, Nikko copied the principal image and gave it to Nichigyobo.
  11. In 1321, during the Kamakura period, Emperor Godaigo, who replaced Emperor Gouda, started his administration with the revitalization of Kirokusho.
  12. In 1321, he converted 'Otani Byodo Mausoleum' into a temple and named it 'Hongan-ji Temple' (the establishment of Hongan-ji Temple).
  13. In 1321, he handed over the position of head of Monchujo to Sadatsura OTA, his legitimate son.
  14. In 1321, he received the shiho(to inherit the dharma from a priest master) from Keizan, and in 1324 he became the 2nd Soji-ji Temple priest, and thereafter established the foundation for the development of the Soto sect.
  15. In 1322 Monkan offered a prayer for safe delivery when Kishi, chugu (the second consort of an emperor) of Emperor Godaigo, became pregnant.
  16. In 1322, he severed his relations with Zonkaku and was reinstated in Bettoshoku because of a conflict of opinion concerning the succession of Rusushiki by a bloodline and the attitude toward Togoku Monto.
  17. In 1322, he was disowned by Kakunyo for the difference of opinions about kechimyaku keisho (Transmission of the Heritage; the secret transmission from the Great Master to only one disciple) of rusushiki and about the monto in the eastern Japan.
  18. In 1322, he was initiated into the esoteric tune of biwa (Japanese lute) in ancient Japanese court music.
  19. In 1323 he converted his house in Shimojo Horinouchi into Shimojo Myoren-ji Temple for his deceased wife, Myoren.
  20. In 1323, she donated 1 cho (unit for area) of rice field in Wasa no sho of Kii Province to a shrine in the area.
  21. In 1323, she had the Kegon-to pagoda erected at Kencho-ji Temple at the memorial service for the 12th anniversary of Sadatoki's death.
  22. In 1323, when he was 41 years old, he entered into priesthood and retired from the political world.
  23. In 1324, Urin-in Temple became affiliated with the revived Daitoku-ji Temple as a Zen Sect temple but was destroyed by the fires of the Onin War (1467-1477).
  24. In 1324, a family (including Yorikazu TOKI) of the Toki clan was involved in the first plan for anti-Shogunate against Emperor Godaigo (Shochu Disturbance).
  25. In 1324, at Ryogen's request, he wrote "Jodo shin yosho" (Notes on the True Essentials of Pure Land), "Shojin hongaishu" (Collection on the Original Intent of the [Shinto] Kami), "Jimyosho" (Notes on Holding Fast to the Name), and gave them to him.
  26. In 1324, during the Shochu Disturbance when the anti-shogunate plot by Emperor Godaigo was uncovered, he went to Kamakura himself to defend the emperor's action.
  27. In 1324, he was arrested with Suketomo HINO in the Shochu Disturbance; however, he escaped punishment.
  28. In 1324, he was transferred to Echigo no kami (Provincial Governor of Echigo).
  29. In 1324, just after the Cloistered Emperor Gouda died, Emperor Godaigo's plan to overthrow the bakufu became apparent. (The Shochu Disturbance)
  30. In 1325 he went to Yuan in China and returned to Japan in 1332.
  31. In 1325, Muso Soseki resided at the temple.
  32. In 1325, he had his genpuku (coming of age) ceremony, and in 1328, he was promoted to Jusanmi (Junior Third Rank) to rank with Kugyo.
  33. In 1325, he succeeded Monzeki and became a chief priest.
  34. In 1325, he went to the capital (Kyoto) as requested by Emperor Godaigo, becoming a chief priest of Nanzen-ji Temple.
  35. In 1326 he became the Crown Prince of Emperor Godaigo of the Daikaku-ji Imperial Line.
  36. In 1326, following in Takatoki HOJO's footsteps, he entered into priesthood (his Buddhist name was Dodai) while holding the position of high official of Bakufu.
  37. In 1326, he entered Benkan (Oversight Department: division of the daijokan responsible for controlling central and provincial governmental offices).
  38. In 1326, he retired the post of regent at age of 24, as he fell ill.
  39. In 1326, he was going to take over the position of shogunal regent when his elder brother Takatoki resigned the post, but was unable to take office due to opposition from Takasuke NAGASAKI.
  40. In 1326, he wrote "Shuji Sho."
  41. In 1326, when the fourteenth regent Takatoki HOJO resigned due to illness to become a priest, Sadaaki also wanted to resign from government affairs to become a priest, but was ordered to remain.
  42. In 1327
  43. In 1327 the authorities in Rokuhara (Kyoto) issued a strict decree that commanded the police commanders in Iga Province (Tsuneshige TAIRA and Jiho HATTORI), to arrest a gang of villains which included Kakushun and Dogan.
  44. In 1327, he succeeded in suppressing the riot of the Ando clan in Mutsu Province in place of his father.
  45. In 1327, he was appointed to Sangi (councilor), becoming a kugyo.
  46. In 1328
  47. In 1328, he was promoted to Jusanmi (Junior Third Rank) to rank with Kugyo.
  48. In 1329
  49. In 1329 Egan attained enlightenment through Koan (zen question for meditation) owing to Seki questioned by a Zen monk, Unmon Bunen, which was confirmed by Shuho, and Egen was given the title, Kanzan, and changed his name to Egen.
  50. In 1329, he died at his own house in Gojo Ward of Kyoto at the age of 91.
  51. In 1329, he was appointed Kurodo no to (Head Chamberlain), and in the following year, he was appointed Sangi (Royal Advisors).
  52. In 133, he was made Oomi.
  53. In 1330
  54. In 1330, Ryogen transferred 'Yamashinakosho-ji Temple' to Shirutani (Shibutani), and changed the jigo (the name of a Buddhist temple) to 'Bukko-ji Temple.'
  55. In 1330, he assumed the position of Naidaijin (minister of the center), but resigned from the position next year.
  56. In 1330, he became Rokuhara Commissioner (Northern side).
  57. In 1330, he became jito (manager and lord of manor) of Kita-gun, Iyo Province, moved from Kyoto to Kita, Iyo Province, Kyoto, and lived at Negoroyama-jo Castle in Ozu.
  58. In 1330, he established Erin-ji Temple in Kai.
  59. In 1330, on the occasion of the Emperor Godaigo's imperial visit to Iwashimizu Hachiman-gu Shrine, he played a role of hashiwatashi (橋渡).
  60. In 1331 during the Genko War he raised an army and laid siege to Mt. Kasagi (Kasagi-cho, Soraku-gun, Kyoto Prefecture), attacking Emperor Godaigo and banishing him to Oki no shima Island.
  61. In 1331 the Emperor Godaigo's plot to overthrow the bakufu was revealed.
  62. In 1331 the Genko Incident broke out.
  63. In 1331 when the Genko Disturbance occurred, whereby Emperor Godaigo planned to raise the army for the second time, the Prince was caught by the Kamakura bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun) and banished to Tajima Province.
  64. In 1331, Emperor Go-Daigo plotted the overthrow of the shogunate again and raised an army at Kasagi (Genko Incident).
  65. In 1331, Emperor Godaigo endeavored to overthrow the Kamakura Bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun) in the Genko Incident.
  66. In 1331, Emperor Godaigo, whose plan to overthrow the Kamakura bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun) was revealed, went to Mt. Kasagi, with Sanshu no Jingi (Three Imperial Regalia), raising his army and staying there, which lead to Genko War.
  67. In 1331, Tomoyuki became one of the main members of the anti-shogunate plot which Emperor Godaigo planned.
  68. In 1331, a priest called Zena (Jodo sect) completed Hyakumanben Nenbutsu in seven days by command of Emperor Godaigo to control an epidemic and succeeded in ending it.
  69. In 1331, an incident had happened that Takatoki's close associates was punished as Takatoki tried to kill Enki as a criminal.
  70. In 1331, during the era of the eighth Zenna Kuen, a plague raged through Kyoto and he performed the ritual of the seven-day nenbutsu Hyakumanben (literally, "a million times") by the order of Emperor Godaigo and ended the plague; consequently, the temple was given the title 'Hyakumanben.'
  71. In 1331, he went to Kyoto with Sadafuji NIKAIDO as a member of the envoy to induce Emperor Godaigo to accept his abdication.
  72. In 1331, he wrote "Kuden Sho" in which he declared 'a bloodline of three generations' and insisted his succession of Hoto (the light of Buddhism).
  73. In 1331, the Kyoto Imperial Palace was first used as a temporary imperial palace by Emperor Kogon in the Northern Court (Japan) and successive Emperors resided in the Kyoto Imperial Palace until 1869.
  74. In 1331, when another anti-shogunate plot, the Genko Incident was betrayed by one of Godaigo's main retainers, Sadafusa YOSHIDA, Suketomo was executed in Sado.
  75. In 1331, with Emperor Godaigo aspiring to bring down the Kamakura Shogunate, the Genko War broke out.
  76. In 1332
  77. In 1332 he died at the age of 74.
  78. In 1332, Emperor Godaigo was exiled to a distant island of Oki Province after losing the Genko War.
  79. In 1332, Tadaaki joined Emperor Godaigo in his exile to Oki no shima Island as punishment for the Genko Incident of 1331.
  80. In 1332, The Kamakura bakufu handed him into the custody of his father, Kanemoto.
  81. In 1332, he moved to Okuradani, Kamakura.
  82. In 1332, he was born as a son of Tsunetada KONOE.
  83. In 1332, he was put under charge of Sadatane CHIBA, Shugo (the military governor) of Shimousa Province, and died there in the same year.
  84. In 1332, he went to Oami (Furudono-machi, Shirakawa-gun, Fukushima Prefecture) in Mutsu Province in order to preach at the memorial service for the 32nd anniversary of Nyoshin's death.
  85. In 1332, on the way to be escorted to Kamakura by Takauji KYOGOKU (Doyo SASAKI), Tomoyuki was killed at Kashiwabarajuku in Omi Province (now Maibara City, Shiga Prefecture) by order of the bakufu (Kamakura government).
  86. In 1332, when Godaigo failed with his plan to overthrow the bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun) and the Genko Rebellion broke out, she accompanied Godaigo during his exile to Oki Island.
  87. In 1333
  88. In 1333 Emperor Godaigo escaped from Oki island, whereupon he was met in Hoki Province by Nagatoshi NAWA; they went to Mount Senjo and began raising an army to strike down the shogunate.
  89. In 1333 Yoshisada NITTA conquered Kamakura.
  90. In 1333 Yoshisada NITTA, received an order from the Emperor, and took control of Kamakura.
  91. In 1333 the Kamakura bakufu collapsed and Emperor Godaigo moved towards setting up a new Kenmu Administration amongst a escalating disturbances across Japan.
  92. In 1333 the Prince was asked by Morinobu OTA to fight, he joined together with Tadaaki CHIKUSA, to attack Rokuhara Tandai; the Kamakura shogunate's agents stationed in Rokuhara, Kyoto, which were organized by Takauji ASHIKAGA.
  93. In 1333 when Emperor Godaigo escaped from exile in the Oki Islands and raised an army to overthrow the Kamakura bakufu, Tadayoshi and his elder brother Takauji allied with him and participated in the attack on Rokuhara Tandai (an administrative and judicial agency in Rokuhara, Kyoto).
  94. In 1333 when he and his father Taketoki attacked Chinzei tandai (the military governor of Kyushu) Hidetoki HYOJO, Hidetoki, Sadatsune SHONI and Sadamune OTOMO went on the counteroffensive against them and his father was killed in the battle while Takeshige barely escaped alive to his own province.
  95. In 1333 when the Kamakura bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun) was ruined, the Kenmu restoration where the political center was the emperor began.
  96. In 1333, Emperor Godaigo escaped Oki and took up arms in Mt. Senjo in Hoki Province.
  97. In 1333, Godaigo escaped Oki and stayed at Hoki, indicating his wishes to directly participation the insurrection and widely made a call for participation among the armed groups around the country.
  98. In 1333, Rokuhara tandai was attacked by Takauji ASHIKAGA and collapsed.
  99. In 1333, Rokuhara was attacked by Takauji ASHIKAGA (the Ko clan), who took up arms at Emperor Godaigo's command.
  100. In 1333, Sadayoshi, child of Mitsuuji strongly proposed Takauji ASHIKAGA, who was sojourning in Mikawa Province on the way the Kyoto, on the mission destroying the power of the Emperor Godaigo's side, 'be the side of the Emperor, and stand up for defeating the Kamakura bakufu.'
  101. In 1333, Takauji joined, and contributed greatly to, the army raised by Emperor Godaigo to overthrow the Kamakura Shogunate.
  102. In 1333, Takauji raised the army to overthrow the shogunate.
  103. In 1333, after the attack on Rokuhara Tandai by Takauji ASHIKAGA who favored the Emperor Godaigo's forces of overthrowing the Shogunate, a force lead by Yoshisada NITTA attacked Kamakura.
  104. In 1333, after the downfall of the Kamakura Shogunate, Emperor Godaigo started Kenmu Restoration and established Kirokusho as the supreme administrative agency in addition to the eight Ministries to deal with important deliberations during the Kenmu Government.
  105. In 1333, after the fall of the Kamakura bakufu, he was appointed Zassho-Ketsudanshoshu (member of the agency of Kenmu government to file lawsuits).
  106. In 1333, as a messenger for Imperial Prince Moriyoshi, he delivered an anti-shogunate ryoji (Royal command from the prince) to his father Enshin, and the Akamatsu clan formed a force in Harima Province.
  107. In 1333, during the late Kamakura period, when the Genko Rebellion occurred as a result of an anti-shogunate movement led by Emperor Godaigo, the Hosokawa clan joined the army of Takauji ASHIKAGA.
  108. In 1333, forces of Kusunoki raised the army once again in Chihaya-jo Castle, and fought hard against the large bakufu's army.
  109. In 1333, gokenin including Takauji ASHIKAGA and Yoshisada NITTA overthrew the shogunate, after which Takatoki killed himself and the Tokuso family went to ruin.
  110. In 1333, he became a priest with Jihen of the Tendai sect his mentor,
  111. In 1333, he followed Emperor Godaigo, who escaped from Oki and mobilized the army at Hoki Province with Nagatoshi NAWA, and entered Kyoto.
  112. In 1333, he followed his father and destroyed Hidetoki HOJO, the Chinzei tandai (military governor of Kyushu).
  113. In 1333, he joined in an attack on Kamakura (Kamakura-zeme) following Takauji ASHIKAGA who was acting in response to a statement by the Emperor Godaigo.
  114. In 1333, he killed himself with other Hojo family members in Tosho-ji Temple (Kamakura City) after the Kamakura bakufu was destroyed.
  115. In 1333, he moved from Kamakura to Bukko-ji Temple in Uriuzu, Omi Province.
  116. In 1333, he took part in Yoshisada NITTA's taking up arms, and he made remarkable achievements such as taking Kamakura bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun) by attacking from Kobukuro-zaka Slope.
  117. In 1333, he was asked to join the armed uprising by Takauji ASHIKAGA to overthrow the Shogunate, and Sadahisa attacked the Chinzei tandai Hidetoki HOJI along with Sadatsune SHONI and Sadamune OTOMO, forcing HOJO to commit suicide.
  118. In 1333, on the occasion of suppression of rebels that continued even after the Emperor Godaigo was exiled, he went to the front in Settsu Tennoji.
  119. In 1333, receiving a Mikotonori (imperial edict) from Emperor Godaigo, Yorisada took up arms to attack the shogunate and joined the army of Takauji ASHIKAGA.
  120. In 1333, the Emperor Godaigo overthrew the Shogunate and started Kenmu no Shinsei (Kenmu restoration).
  121. In 1333, when Emperor Godaigo rose in revolt against the bakufu and urged the Gozoku (local ruling family) of various places to rise to action, Sadahisa SHIMAZU who was the fifth head of the Shimazu soke joined the forces of overthrowing the Shogunate.
  122. In 1333, when Tokiyuki NAGOSHI,Takakage ADACHI and others escaped to Tsugaru from Kamakura that fell to Yoshisada NITTA, his troops confined themselves inside the castle and the Battle of Daikoji-Temple erupted.
  123. In 1333, when his father, Norimura, raised an army to destroy the Kamakura bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun), he supported his father and distinguished himself in a battle in Kyoto.
  124. In 1333, when the Genko War erupted from Emperor Godaigo's anti-shogunate movement, Takauji ASHIKAGA, Doyo SASAKI, and Enshin AKAMATSU responded to the Emperor's order and attacked Kyoto.
  125. In 1333, when the Nakayama-jo Castle on the side of Kamakura bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun) was captured after Mt. Senjo, and Shigeyuki KASUYA's family retreated, he entered into the Nakayama-jo Castle instead of them and established his influence there.
  126. In 1334 he was conferred Shorokuinojo (Senior Sixth Rank, Upper Grade) Oinosuke (vice-minister of Bureau of Palace Kitchens under the Ministry of the Imperial Household) as a reward determined for his merits.
  127. In 1334, Emperor Godaigo placed Nanzen-ji Temple as number one of the Kyoto Gozan but in 1385 Yoshimitsu ASHIKAGA placed his own Shokoku-ji Temple at number one so Nanzen-ji Temple was treated as a special case and ranked higher than all the Gozan temples.
  128. In 1334, Imperial Prince Moriyoshi, with whom Enshin had fought during the anti-bakufu war, fell from power; this marked the end of Enshin's career in the Restoration.
  129. In 1334, Takauji captured and confined Prince Morinaga, who was in conflict with the emperor too, to Tadayoshi's place in Kamakura, conspiring with the emperor's mistress Yasuko (Kadoko) ANO, who wanted to make her son Prince Tsunenaga (Tsuneyoshi) a crown prince.
  130. In 1334, during the Kenmu Restoration, Emperor Godaigo issued an Tokuseirei.
  131. In 1334, he became a Nairan (Private Inspection Powers).
  132. In 1334, he constructed a castle at a place called 'Kishi' (岸) by his uncle Masanari's order, who was the head of the Kusunoki clan.
  133. In 1334, he was given Jugoinoge rank (Junior Fifth Rank, Lower Grade) Echigo no kami (Provincial Governor of Echigo) from the feat of overthrowing the shogunate.
  134. In 1334, his fourth son, 'Jikan,' was born (later, he became an adopted heir of Jiku, changed his name to 'Jikan' and the fifth head of Kinshoku-ji Temple).
  135. In 1334, in an attempt to restore his status, Kinmune liaised with the remnants of the Hojo clan after the fall of the shogunate and harbored Yasuie (Tokioki) HOJO, the younger brother of Takatoki HOJO.
  136. In 1334, the administration introduced a system called Yon-ban-sei, under which the whole country was grouped into four regions and a tonin (the director) was appointed for each.
  137. In 1335 Yasuie (Tokioki) HOJO, a younger brother of Takatoki, who was lying low in Kyoto, and Kinmune SAIONJI, a kuge (court noble), secretly plotted against the regime but the plot was detected.
  138. In 1335 after the Kenmu Restoration, when Takauji ASHIKAGA raised, in Kamakura, his standard of establishment of samurai government, Tadayoshi ASHIKAGA urged Sukeshige MITOYA, the head of Mitoya clan, to send an army.
  139. In 1335, Akikuni and Sadatsuna TADA assaulted Koyama-jo Castle on orders from Akiie.
  140. In 1335, Enshin made his second son, Sadanori, join the army that Takauji ASHIKAGA formed to suppress the Nakasendai War.
  141. In 1335, KO no Moroyasu went to Kamakura with Takauji to fight the Nakasendai War, defeating Tokiyuki HOJO.
  142. In 1335, Kinmune SAIONJI conspired with the remnants of the Hojo clan to overthrow the Restoration but they were arrested when the conspiracy was revealed; Nagatoshi sentenced Kinmune to death while he was being banished to Izumo Province.
  143. In 1335, Kinmune SAIONJI, the nephew of Kogimonin abolished the throne of Emperor Godaigo, and made a plan to resume the cloistered government by Gofushimi to revive the Jimyo-in Imperial line, but it failed.
  144. In 1335, Nakasendai Rebellion was raised in Shinano Province by the survivors of the HOJO clan, taking Tokiyuki HOJO, bereaved son of Takatoki HOJO, with them, and Tokiyuki's army occupied Kamakura temporarily.
  145. In 1335, Takatoki's son, Tokiyuki HOJO, rose in revolt in the Nakasendai Rebellion in Shinano Province, then attacked and occupied Kamakura, which had been under the protection of Takauji's brother, Tadayoshi ASHIKAGA; therefore, Doyo followed Takauji, and joined his army to defeat Tokiyuki's force.
  146. In 1335, Takauji ASHIKAGA defected from the new government, and the prince, along with the parent and child of KITABATAKE, returned to Kyoto to defeat Takauji.
  147. In 1335, Takauji ASHIKAGA, who had traveled to eastern Japan without obtaining an imperial edict in order to suppress the Nakasendai Rebellion, became disaffected with the new government and privately rewarded the swordsmen who had accompanied him to suppress the rebellion.
  148. In 1335, Takauji became estranged from Emperor Godaigo.
  149. In 1335, Tokiyuki Hojo started the Nakasendai War, trying to invade into Kanto.
  150. In 1335, a riot broke out between Emperor Godaigo and Takauji ASHIKAGA.
  151. In 1335, after the fall of bakufu, the clan participated in the Nakasendai War launched by Tokiyuki HOJO.
  152. In 1335, as Takauji ASHIKAGA, rising in revolt, charged into Kyoto, samurai in various regions dissatisfied with the Kenmu Restoration rose in response to Takauji.
  153. In 1335, because his older brother Kinmune plotted a rebellion under the Kenmu Restoration, and Kinshige reported this to Emperor Godaigo, Kinmune was sentenced to banishment (in fact he was decapitated by Nagatoshi NAWA who mistook the order.)
  154. In 1335, he celebrated the Genpuku (the coming-of-age ceremony for a boy in the old days), and in the following year, he was appointed Jiju (Chamberlain).
  155. In 1335, he strongly opposed Takauji ASHIKAGA's proposal of defeating Yoshisada NITTA to the throne.
  156. In 1335, in response to Takauji ASHIKAGA, a rebellion occurred in Bicchu Province and Takanori went there to suppress it, but he eventually lost his foothold, Mitsuishi-jo Castle in Bizen Province, as well as most of his family members due to betrayal of his vassals.
  157. In 1335, the Nakasendai War occurred where Hojo follower survivors recovered Kamakura.
  158. In 1335, the Rretired Emperor Hanazono shaved his head and became a monk, after which he vowed to convert the Hagiwaradono villa into a Zen temple.
  159. In 1335, when Akiie went up to the capital to suppress Takauji ASHIKAGA, Yukimune followed him to fight against the Ashikaga clan.
  160. In 1335, when Takauji ASHIKAGA opposed against the Emperor Godaigo, Taketoshi attacked Sadatsune SHONI who supported the Ashikaga side in his province, and although he suffered in the battle, he was able to defeat him.
  161. In 1335, when Takauji ASHIKAGA raised his army against Emperor Godaigo, Imperial Prince Takayoshi lead the punitive force with Yoshisada NITTA but they lost the battle.
  162. In 1336
  163. In 1336 (there are various theories regarding the year of the incident), Emperor Godaigo appointed the young Imperial Prince Kanenaga to seisei taishogun, and sent him to Kyushu.
  164. In 1336 the Ashikaga army gained control of Kyoto and established a military government in Kyoto.
  165. In 1336, Emperor Godaigo agreed on a compromise with Takauji ASHIKAGA, and Yoshisada NITTA was sent to Hokuriku region, in obedience to Imperial Prince Tsuneyoshi and Imperial Prince Takanaga.
  166. In 1336, Emperor Godaigo escaped to Yoshino and established the Yoshino Imperial Court (the Southern Court).
  167. In 1336, Kogimonin became a priest as the Retired Emperor Gofushimi passed away.
  168. In 1336, Nichizon founded Hokkedo (the latter-day Jogyo-in) at Rokkaku Aburano-koji Street.
  169. In 1336, Takauji ASHIKAGA defected from the Kenmu Restoration of Emperor Godaigo and established the Muromachi bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun) in Kyoto by putting Emperor Komyo on the throne of the Northern Court (Japan).
  170. In 1336, Takauji ASHIKAGA, in opposition to the Southern Court of Emperor Godaigo, created the Northern Court and formed the Muromachi bakufu.
  171. In 1336, Takauji ASHIKAGA, who was on his way back to Kyoto after winning the Battle of Tatarahama, was granted here a decree of Emperor Kogon for tracking down and killing Yoshisada NITTA.
  172. In 1336, Yorinao was part of the Ashikaga force that crushed the army of the Kikuchi clan in the battle of Tatarahama in Chikuzen Province (modern-day Higashi Ward, Fukuoka City), and accompanied Takauji--who had once again set his sights on recapturing the capital of Kyoto--on his campaign into the Kinai (the region around Kyoto).
  173. In 1336, Yoshisada NITTA defeated Takauji ASHIKAGA, who was alienated from the new government, in Kyoto together with Masashige KUSUNOKI and Akiie KITABATAKE, and Takauji ASHIKAGA and his followers fled to Kyushu.
  174. In 1336, Yukikiyo joined Nagatoshi NAWA's army to fight against Takauji ASHIKAGA's army; however, he defeated and died in battle near Omiya in Kyoto.
  175. In 1336, he became Togu no daibu (master of the Crown Prince's quarters) to Imperial Crown Prince Tsuneyoshi, but resigned the post in the next year.
  176. In 1336, he became the crown prince of Emperor Komyo, who had been supported by Takauji, but was later overthrown.
  177. In 1336, he became the first head of Monchujo in the Muromachi bakufu.
  178. In 1336, he evacuated to Omi Uriuzu, where Zonkaku resided, in order to keep away from the war initiated by Takauji ASHIKAGA.
  179. In 1336, he took over as head of the family after his father Tomosuke dies.
  180. In 1336, he took up arms in Ise Province and assisted the departure of Emperor Godaigo from the capital.
  181. In 1336, he was appointed as shugoshiki (military governor) of Enshu (Totoumi Province), then of Suruga Province.
  182. In 1336, his elder brother, Masashige was ordered to fight against the army of Takauji ASHIKAGA who was heading from Kyushu to Kyoto under the command of Yoshisada NITTA, but was defeated in the Battle of Minato-gawa River (Kobe City, Hyogo Prefecture).
  183. In 1336, in the period of the Northern and Southern Courts (Japan), the Nancho (Southern Court) started by Emperor Godaigo was alleviated in the Meitoku no wadan (peace negotiations between Nancho and Hokucho) during the time of the third shogun, Yoshimitsu ASHIKAGA in 1392.
  184. In 1336, the Emperor Godaigo fled from Kyoto with sacred imperial treasures to Mt. Yoshino where he built another imperial court (Southern Court).
  185. In 1336, the Emperor's brother, Emperor Komyo succeeded to the throne from the Jimyo-in Imperial line.
  186. In 1336, the Southern-Court Army under the control of Akikuni KASUGA and Masaie KUSUNOKI fought the Northern-Court Army under the control of Yoshiharu SATAKE.
  187. In 1336, the forty-fourth generation Koremura SHIROFUJI set fire to the warships of Takauji ASHIKAGA who was routed from Kyoto on the day when the north wind blew hard and made a great victory, and so he was given the name Sadamura KITAKAZE (喜多風貞村, of which 喜多風 is pronounced in the same way as 北風 [north wind]) by Yoshisada NITTA.
  188. In 1336, the temple was completely destroyed by fire.
  189. In 1336, when Takauji ASHIKAGA invaded Kyoto and temporarily seized the area, Munehiro together with Akiie led an army to attack the Ashikaga force to let the Imperial Army troops recapture Kyoto, resulting in distinguished performance.
  190. In 1336, when Takauji ASHIKAGA, who recovered his force in the western Japan, occupied Kyoto, he followed the army of Yoshisada NITTA and sought refuge in Mt. Hiei with Emperor Godaigo and others.
  191. In 1337
  192. In 1337, Emperor Hanazono converted an imperial villa into a Zen retreat and asked Shuho to name the retreat and recommend a Zen priest who would establish a temple there.
  193. In 1337, Taga Castle was captured by the Ashikaga clan; however, he escaped disaster at that time because Akiie had transferred the Kokufu to Ryozen (Soma City and Date City, Fukushima Prefecture).
  194. In 1337, Takatsune attacked Kanagasaki-jo Castle (Tsuruga City, Fukui Prefecture) of the Southern Court in Echizen with KO no Moroyasu and defeated Yoshisada and his son Yoshiaki NITTA who had both Imperial Princes on their side.
  195. In 1337, Tokiyuki contacted Emperor Godaigo in Yoshino and joined the Southern Court after receiving the imperial order to grant amnesty to court enemies.
  196. In 1337, he resigned the post of Daibu when Imperial Princess Junshi passed away.
  197. In 1337, he returned to Kyoto and resided at Nishiyama Kuon-ji Temple.
  198. In 1337, he was conferred to a peerage.
  199. In 1337, he was promoted as Gon Dainagon.
  200. In 1337, he went to Iyo Province as kokushi.
  201. In 1337, he wrote "Kenmyosho" in Bigo Province.
  202. In 1337, when Munehisa who was in Kyoto and heard of his father, Hisanaga, at his hometown being attacked by the Southern Court, he asked Takauji through Sadahisa to let him return home.
  203. In 1337, when his father resigned from the Udaijin (minister of the right), Sanenatsu was promoted to a Sangi (royal advisor) and, within the same year, he was also promoted to Jusanmi (Junior Third Rank) and became a court noble.
  204. In 1338
  205. In 1338, Naotsune left the capital with Yorisada TOKI in order to defeat Yoshisada NITTA who was controlling Echizen Province and Yoshisada was killed in Fujishima in July of the same year.
  206. In 1338, Tadakuni commanded 如厳 MURATA of a busho (commanding officer) to attack the load of Kiirein, Sanetada IZUMI (a younger brother of Sadahisa SHIMAZU).
  207. In 1338, Takauji became shogun while Tadayoshi was appointed to the Department of Military Affairs, and the two men led a duumvirate government with Takauji in charge of government affairs, becoming known as "The Two Shogun."
  208. In 1338, Takauji founded the Muromachi bakufu when he was assigned as Seii Taishogun (literally, "great general who subdues the barbarians").
  209. In 1338, Takauji was appointed Seii Taishogun (reigned 1338-58) by Emperor Komyo, which meant that an actual samurai government later called Muromachi Shogunate was established.
  210. In 1338, after his older brother died, he tried to go to Mutsu Province to take the place of his brother as the Chinju-fu shogun (Commander-in-Chief of the Defense of the North), but encountered a storm along the way and returned to Yoshino.
  211. In 1338, he absolved Zonkaku of gizetsu and handed over Bettoshoku to him through the mediation of Gutotsu of Omi Uriuzu.
  212. In 1338, he argued with the people of Hokke sect at the provincial government office in Bigo Province.
  213. In 1338, he became Dainagon (chief councilor of state).
  214. In 1338, he was appointed as Gon Dainagon (Provisional Major Counselor).
  215. In 1338, he was awarded Jusanmi (Junior Third Rank) as a noble court of the Northern Court, and he was appointed Gon Chunagon (a provisional vice-councilor of state) in 1341.
  216. In 1338, he was ordered to cease his service, but continued serving Tadayoshi in an assistant-like position.
  217. In 1338, he worked as a kokushi (provincial governor).
  218. In 1338, the disownment was remitted by Kakunyo and Zonkaku was reinstated in the position of betto.
  219. In 1338, the early Muromachi period, Tadayoshi ASHIKAGA, younger brother of Takauji ASHIKAGA was appointed as Seii fukushogun.
  220. In 1339, Moromoto was appointed as Naidaijin (the Minister of the Interior) as at Emperor Gomurakami's accession to the throne and was later assigned as Sadaijin (the Minister of the Left).
  221. In 1339, Nisson established Jogyoin Temple (Kyoto Prefecture).
  222. In 1339, Yoriharu HOSOKAWA who was a Hokucho supporter built this castle to confront the Nancho army that was moving towards Kyoto.
  223. In 1339, he became chief priest of Nanzen-ji Temple but left for the Kaizo-in sub-temple of Tofuku-ji Temple in 1341 before being granted the title Kokushi by Emperor Gomurakami in 1342.
  224. In 1339, he received an official appointment as Gon Dainagon (Provisional Major Counselor).
  225. In 1339, he took over the family headship when his father died and then he was appointed to the Director of Mino Province.
  226. In 1339, the sixth anniversary of Nikko and Nichimoku.
  227. In 1340
  228. In 1340 the ASHIKAGA brothers Takauji and Tadayoshi bid Sesson serve as the chief priest of the Manju-ji Temple in Kyoto repeatedly, but he refused it firmly because of his illness (palsy).
  229. In 1340, Doyo and his eldest son Hidetsuna SASAKI got angry about an incident where their subjects were beat up by soldier priests of the Imperial Court of Myohoin, who was the youngest brother of Emperor Kogen, and set fire to the Imperial Court to burn down Kennin-ji Temple.
  230. In 1340, KO no Moronao moved the hermitage to the east side and refurbished it as a temple, which was then called Shinnyo-ji Temple.
  231. In 1340, he built Shirakawa Komine-jo Castle and set up a branch family, the Komine clan.
  232. In 1340, he concurrently served as the chief priest of Eiko-ji Temple, and expanded the teachings of Buddhism throughout Japan, traveling between the two temples for 20 some years until his death.
  233. In 1340, he founded the Daimyo-ji Temple in Kyoto.
  234. In 1340, he got angry when his retainer was beaten by a sohei (armed priest) of the gosho (Imperial Palace) of Myohoin, who was a younger brother of the Emperor Kogon, and set fire to the palace together with his father and burnt Kennin-ji Temple by spread of fire.
  235. In 1340, he studied under Meihosotetsu at Daijo-ji Temple in Kaga Province, and in 1352, he studied under Gazanjoseki at Soji-ji Temple in Noto Province and inherited their teachings.
  236. In 1340, he wrote "Gangan Sho."
  237. In 1340, the situation reversed due to the control of Shikoku by Yoshisuke WAKIYA (Yoshisada NITTA's younger brother) of the court's side, but the situation reversed again due to the invasion by Yoriharu HOSOKAWA of the samurai side.
  238. In 1340, when Sadahisa SHIMAZU returned to the domain and attacked the Southern Court, Tadakuni escaped from Ichiuji-jo Castle to hirajiro (castles built on the level ground).
  239. In 1340, when Sadahisa returned and started winning back areas that were invaded by the offense of Tadakuni IJUIN, Munehisa joined him.
  240. In 1341, he passed his position on to Akiyuki OTA, his grandson.
  241. In 1341, the Southern Court army captured Tobiyama-jo Castle, which was the base for the the Seito Haga clan (who were descended from the Kiyohara clan), who were also Utsunomiya clan supporters, and thus annihilated both of the enemy's flanks.
  242. In 1342
  243. In 1342, Nichizo passed away at Myoken-ji Temple and was cremated at Hoto-ji Temple.
  244. In 1342, Takauji made a proposal to dispatch Tenryuji-bune, a trading vessel, for funding of its erection, and gained the fund successfully.
  245. In 1342, When Imperial Prince Kaneyoshi arrived at Satsuma, the Southern Court of Satsuma and Osumi including Tadakuni got together in Taniyama-jo Castle where the Imperial Prince stayed.
  246. In 1342, Yorito, the soryo (heir) of the Toki clan assaulted Emperor Kogon and was executed, so Yoriyasu took over the soryo position and became the Shugo of Mino Province.
  247. In 1342, he again severed his relations with Zonkaku and was reinstated in Bettoshoku.
  248. In 1342, he and his father Yoshisuke left the capital for Iyo Province to organize and control the party standing for the imperial court in Chugoku and Shikoku regions.
  249. In 1342, he was disowned again by Kakunyo.
  250. In 1342, when Imperial Prince Kaneyoshi arrived to Satsumataniyama as Seisei shogun no Miya, the bakufu demanded Munehisa to join the fray.
  251. In 1343
  252. In 1343 he decided to go to Yuan (dynasty) in China, and he practiced Zen with Muingenkai at Hakata Shofuku-ji Temple.
  253. In 1343, an army of the Akamatsu clan made an attack on him, which he drove back, but at the time of another attack, he lost due to an act of treachery and was driven to the corner.
  254. In 1343, he annotated "Ken jodo shinjitsu kyogyosho monrui" (Selected passages revealing the true teaching, practice and attainment of the Pure Land).
  255. In 1343, he was appointed to a post at Konoefu and a post at Meryo (the section that takes care of the imperial horses) and to Dainagon.
  256. In 1343, he was appointed to the governor of Suruga Province.
  257. In 1343, he wrote "Saiyo Sho."
  258. In 1345, a declaration by the Retired Emperor Kogon of the Northern Court named the temples Ankoku-ji Temple and the pagodas Risho-to Pagoda.
  259. In 1345, he served as kebiishi (a police and judicial chief) and was in charge of security when a memorial service was held at Tenryu-ji Temple for mourning the Emperor Godaigo.
  260. In 1345, he was appointed as Oshu Kanrei along with Kuniuji HATAKEYAMA, and went down to Taga-jo Castle, the kokufu (provincial office) of Oshu to assume the post, where he fought against the Southern Court army including the Kitabatake clan which had been developing anti-Northern Court activities based in Oshu.
  261. In 1345, the temple was converted to Shingon Buddhism from the Hosso sect of Buddhism by Shukai Shonin (the High Priest).
  262. In 1345, the twelfth anniversary of Nikko and Nichhimoku.
  263. In 1346
  264. In 1346 in the Battle of Shijonawate, he fought against the brothers KO no Moronao and KO no Moroyasu and was defeated, as a result, he committed suicide together with his older brother Masatsura by stabbing each other.
  265. In 1346, 100 poems of Jowa were offered for reference in order to compile Fugashu.
  266. In 1346, Mukyoku Shigen, who followed Soseki's sermons, assumed the position of the second chief priest of Tenryu-ji Temple, Kyoto.
  267. In 1346, Noritoki was appointed as Kura no kami (Director in the Bureau of Palace Storehouses) and in 1359, was awarded the rank of Jusanmi (Junior Third Rank).
  268. In 1346, he was appointed as Dainagon (Major Counselor).
  269. In 1346, he was appointed to Naidaijin (minister of the Interior), but resigned Ukone no daisho (major captain of the right division of inner palace guards) and Naidaijin in the same year.
  270. In 1346, it was founded by Tetto of the Rinzai sect's Daitoku-ji school.
  271. In 1346, soon after the Muromachi period began, the Muromachi bakufu, aiming to stabilize the governing of the state by shugo, granted them the power of kendan and shisetsu jungyo (the authority to implement the bakufu's judgments on property ownership disputes).
  272. In 1346, the bakufu gave to shugos the power and authority of control of karita-rozeki (to reap rice illegally) and of shisetsu jungyo (process for implementing bakufu's decision on conflicts regarding property ownership).
  273. In 1347
  274. In 1347 he became a priest under Nichiryu (日龍) who was a local governor of the Chokyuzan Honjo-ji Temple (Sanjo City, Niigata Prefecture).
  275. In 1347, Ryozen-jo Castle fell.
  276. In 1347, he defeated the Sumida family of Kii Province, and Akiuji HOSOKAWA and Tokiuji YAMANA in Kawachi Province.
  277. In 1347, the Southern Court (Yoshino Court) started a movement to regain Kyoto.
  278. In 1348
  279. In 1348, KO no Moronao on the side of Ashikaga attacked Yoshino, and eventually he moved to Ano in Yamato (Gojo City, Nara Prefecture).
  280. In 1348, Ujiharu inherited the family estate and became Awaji shugo after the death of his father.
  281. In 1348, along with his brother Takemitsu KIKUCHI, he took in the Imperial Prince Kaneyoshi of the Emperor Godaigo to Hizen Province, and after that, he fought with them and Korezumi ASO against the Northern Court (Japan) power throughout Kyushu and defeated them.
  282. In 1348, during the Shohei and Jowa eras, he went on his first military campaign and returned to Kyoto victorious, having won battles against the forces of the Southern Court (Japan) in various regions, including Kii Province.
  283. In 1348, he took part in the Battle of Shijonawate, following Masatsura KUSUNOKI.
  284. In 1348, he was promoted from Ukone no Daisho (Major Captain of the Right Division of Inner Palace Guards) to Sakone no Daisho (Major captain of the Left Division of Inner Palace Guards), and in 1349, he was appointed as Udaijin (Minister of the Right).
  285. In 1348, he went to Kyoto and started to train as a priest at Tenryu-ji Temple.
  286. In 1348, the Ashikaga army led by KO no Moronao attacked Yoshino and burned down the Imperial Palace and temples and shrines, etc. before leaving.
  287. In 1348, when Myoko-ji Temple of the Rinzai sect was founded, local gozoku (local ruling families), namely the Nakashima family and the Arao family, donated their territories to the temple.
  288. In 1349
  289. In 1349 Takauji ASHIKAGA appointed his second son Motouji as Kamakura kubo.
  290. In 1349 during the period of the Northern and Southern Courts, Motouji ASHIKAGA, Motouji's son, was sent to Kamakura to establish the Kamakura Government, as a regional office to control Togoku.
  291. In 1349, Moronao demanded Tadayoshi's retirement from politics, surrounding Takauji's castle in which Tadayoshi had sheltered.
  292. In 1349, Takauji sent his second son Motouji as Kamakura kubo and operated as Kamakura Government.
  293. In 1349, an ilegitimate child, Naoaki, was born when Naotsune was 67.
  294. In 1349, during the Shohei and Jowa eras, at the suggestion of Tadayoshi, Tadafuyu was named Nagato tandai (Shogunal deputies in Nagato) and left Kyoto in April.
  295. In 1350 he succeeded the position of Betto shoku of Hongan-ji Temple from Kakunyo.
  296. In 1350, Moronao went to Harima along with Takauji to conquer Tadafuyu, Tadayoshi's adopted child, in the Southern Court.
  297. In 1350, he absolved Zonkaku of gizetsu.
  298. In 1350, he shaved his head and became a priest.
  299. In 1350, he was ranked to Jugoinoge (Junior Fifth Rank, Lower Grade) and appointed to Sama no kami (Captain of Samaryo, Left Division of Bureau of Horses).
  300. In 1350, his father Enshin died and his eldest brother Norisuke became the head of the family; and when Norisuke died in 1351, Norisuke (Sokuyu) became the head of the family.
  301. In 1350, his father, Norimura, died, and Norisuke took over the family headship.
  302. In 1350, it is described as follows in Saijarissho Sho (Commentary written by Nichijun about the principle images of kuge (court nobles) and samurai families).
  303. In 1350, the Kanno Disturbance, an internal battle within the Northern Court (the shogunate), broke out.
  304. In 1350, the Northern Court changed the era name to 'Kanno.'
  305. In 1350, the disownment was remitted again by Kakunyo.
  306. In 1351 (Shohei 6/Kanno 2), Takauji temporarily submitted to the Southern Court's authority in an effort to undercut the Tadayoshi faction, and the era name was unified under the Southern Court's name, Shohei, in what was called "the Shohei Unification."
  307. In 1351 Takauji and Yoshiakira capitulated to the Southern Dynasty and carried out the Shouhei Unification, changing the name of the era to the Southern Dynasty's "Shouhei", to antagonize the Tadayoshi faction.
  308. In 1351, Takauji, who lost to Tadayoshi of the Southern Court in the Battle of Uchidehama (Uchidegahama) in Settsu Province, accepted Tadayoshi's condition that Moronao and his brother be forced to retire from politics and become monks.
  309. In 1351, after the leader of the Northern Court, Takauji ASHIKAGA, submitted to the Southern Court, unification of the Imperial line took place in the Shohei era during the Kanno Disturbance, and the Imperial lineage was given to the Southern Court temporarily.
  310. In 1351, aiming to recover power, Takauji reached peace with the Southern Court they were reconciled, establishing the Shohei itto and unifying the era names.
  311. In 1351, due to an internal conflict of Muromachi bakufu (Kanno Disturbance), Takauji ASHIKAGA temporarily surrendered to the Southern Court and the two courts were once unified by the Southern Court (Shohei Itto).
  312. In 1351, he resigned his position.
  313. In 1351, when Takauji ASHIKAGA temporally gave up the battle against the Southern Court at Shohei Itto (to unify the Imperial line in the Shohei era), he occupied Kamakura with Yoshioki NITTA.
  314. In 1352 after the Shohei itto (temporal unification of the Northern and Southern Courts), he drove out Yoshiakira ASHIKAGA in cooperation with Akinobu KITABATAKE, Akitsune CHIGUSA and so on, and regained Kyoto after an interval of seventeen years.
  315. In 1352 he was appointed as the Seii Taishogun (literally, "great general who subdues the barbarians"), however he could not continue to occupy Kamakura, and he tried to take his power back at Echigo, but finally returned to Okawara again.
  316. In 1352 the Southern Court that was going against the Northern Court and the bakufu, attempted to cause the Kanno Disturbance and was able to kidnap the Chiten, Emperor, and Crown Prince of the Northern Court.
  317. In 1352, Yoriharu was killed in action at the Awa camp, when the Southern Army attacked.
  318. In 1352, even after Takauji ASHIKAGA had returned to the Northern Court's side, the majority of the powerful people in the Kyushu region still gradually turned to the South Court's side.
  319. In 1352, he became Gakuto (the head student) of Enryakuji-temple (Shiga Prefecture) of the Tendai sect.
  320. In 1352, he became the shugo (military governor) of Iga Province (former name for western area of Mie Prefecture).
  321. In 1352, he was said to have tried to return to the capital by order of Emperor Gomurakami, but his whereabouts after that is unknown and there are various opinions about that.
  322. In 1352, she ruled the Imperial Household as the head which was de facto Chiten no kimi; the retired emperor who controls the cloistered government (King), in order to maintain the Northern Court.
  323. In 1352, the Emperor Gomurakami established Hokusei-gun (an army heading north), and once moved from Sumiyoshi to Otoko-yama Mountain in Yamashiro Province (Yawata City, Kyoto Prefecture).
  324. In 1352, the reconciliation of Shohei unity fell apart, Yoshimoto returned to his former position and made efforts toward the reestablishment of the Northern Court according to the intention of the Ashikaga Shogunate and the persuasion of Tsuneaki KAJUJI.
  325. In 1352, the shugo were given the right of hanzei to collect half the customs from the manor and the Kokuga's territory within the province, in order to secure military provisions for the Kanno-no-Joran (turmoil of the Kanno).
  326. In 1352, when Masanori KUSUNOKI, Akiyoshi KITABATAKE and Akitsune CHIKUSA, who supported the Southern Court, attacked Kyoto, Yoriharu fought a battle to protect Yoshiakira ASHIKAGA and died near Shichijo-Omiya at the age of 49 or 54.
  327. In 1352, when there were internal problems within the Muromachi bakufu, the Southern Court army took the opportunity to occupy Kyoto, and abduct the main Imperial members of the Northern Court, such as Emperor Suko. (Shohei Itto)
  328. In 1352, with the aim of procuring military provisions, the right of hanzei, the ability to collect half of the annual tribute from manors/kokugaryo within the province, was granted to the Shugo.
  329. In 1353, Daichi went to Kazusa, Hizen Province (present day Kazusa Town, Minamishimabara City, Nagasaki Prefecture) accepting the invitation from Sumiyo ARIMA and founded Entsu-ji Temple on Mt. Suigetsu.
  330. In 1353, Masanori KUSUNOKI and Tokiuji YAMANA succeeded in recovering Kyoto for the second time, but were chased away after a short time.
  331. In 1353, Takemitsu KIKUCHI, who had supported the Imperial Prince Kaneyoshi, leading the South Court's side forces, greatly defeated Naouji during the Battle of Harisurubaru in Chikuzen Province.
  332. In 1353, Yoshiakira ASHIKAGA was attacked by the Southern Court side and escaped from Kyoto with Emperor Gokogon, then Yoriyasu welcomed them at Kojima, Ibi County.
  333. In 1353, as the eldest legitimate son, he succeeded his father, Norikuni as the head of the family.
  334. In 1353, he moved from the Priest housing in Rokujo Omiya where he had stayed for several years to Imakoji (Kyoto Jorakudai) in Otani and resided there ever since.
  335. In 1353, he moved to the Yoshino Court (Southern Court).
  336. In 1353, he retired letting his son Noriuji take over shugoshiki and the family estate.
  337. In 1353, the period of the Northern and Southern Courts, this temple was burned down because of war fires.
  338. In 1354 when Tadafuyu ASHIKAGA came up to Kyoto from Kyushu as the Southern Court, Masanori battled together with him and regained Kyoto again.
  339. In 1354, Kyoto was retaken by the Southern Court temporarily, but taken back by Takauji the following year.
  340. In 1354, he handed over the head of the family to his first son, Chikatada.
  341. In 1354, he was ranked with hyojoshu (a member of the Council of State).
  342. In 1355 he gathered the army from Shinano Southern Court forces, such as the Suwa clan, the Nishina clan and battled the Military governor of Shinano Province, Nagamoto OGASAWARA at Kikyogahara, however he lost the battle, and returned to Okawara and remained there, to restore the destroyed Southern Court forces in Shinano.
  343. In 1355, Tokuiuji YAMANA tried to attack Kyoto with Tadafuyu, but could not maintain his attack and had to retreat.
  344. In 1355, his clan was appointed Bizen Shugo (military government) in place of the Matsuda clan.
  345. In 1355, however, Takatsune led a rebellion against the bakufu again in response to Tadafuyu ASHIKAGA and came to control Kyoto by himself this time.
  346. In 1356, Kaneyori SHIBA, the second son of Oshutandai Iekane SHIBA, entered Yamagata as a supervisor Azechi of Dewa Province, and ruled Dewa Province where the forces of the Southern Dynasty including the Sagae clan had made their own territory; that was the beginning of Ushutandai.
  347. In 1356, he assumed the position of juji (chief priest) of Erin-ji Temple in Kai Province.
  348. In 1356, he left Tadafuyu's side and returned to the bakufu again.
  349. In 1356, he left his position as a member of the Imperial family and became a subject named 'MINAMOTO no Yoshinari (Yoshinari YOTSUTSUJI),' however, he also called himself Yotsutsujinomiya even after that ("Gogumaiki").
  350. In 1357 he was raised to the peerage of Jusanmi (Junior Third Rank).
  351. In 1358
  352. In 1358 (Shohei 13/Enbun 3) Takauji died, and Yoshiakira became the Seii Taishogun.
  353. In 1358, Naouji escaped to Kyoto.
  354. In 1358, he became the fifth head priest of Soji-ji Temple, and in 1370, he founded Yotaku-ji Temple in Tanba Province under the patronage of Yoriyuki HOSOKAWA.
  355. In 1358, he died in Yashiro, Higo Province.
  356. In 1358, he was awarded the rank of Jusanmi (Junior Third Rank), becoming a kugyo.
  357. In 1359, finally he was permitted resignation and entered the priesthood, then he named himself Kugen.
  358. In 1359, he asked Zonkaku to reorganize Tandokumon (In Praise of the Virtue (of the Venerable Master Shinran)), and since then it has been said that it was decided to be read at Hoon-ko (a memorial service for Shinran).
  359. In 1359, he was discovered by the Northern Court and compiled the anthology 'Shinsenzai Wakashu' (New Collection of a Thousand Years, 18th imperial poetic anthology) through the recommendations of Yoshimoto NIJO or Takauji ASHIKAGA - this kept the family of masters of Kado (versification) during the turbulent times of Northern and Southern Courts.
  360. In 1359, he went to the Kansai region to attack, in response to a request for reinforcement from the Second Shogun Yoshiakira.
  361. In 1359, the Shoni clan was defeated by Takemitsu KIKUCHI and the rest of the seisei shogun's army in the Battle of Chikugo-gawa River, and in 1361 Yorinao was driven back from Uchiyama-jo Castle in Dazaifu.
  362. In 1360 he was awarded Shugoshiki of Ise Province position, so Yoriyasu became the Shugo of three important provinces in Tokai-do Road and the Toki clan enjoyed the most prosperous time.
  363. In 1360 in which his father died, he assumed the positions of Sakone no daisho (Major Captain of the Left Division of Inner Palace Guards) and Samaryo (Left Division of Bureau of Horses).
  364. In 1360, he established Hokke-do (Rengyo-ji Temple) in Kanei, Shimotsuke Province.
  365. In 1360, he resigned from the post of Sadaijin, and from the post of Kanpaku in 1361.
  366. In 1360, however, Kiyouji HOSOKAWA now had a conflict with Yoshiakira, which put Kunikiyo in a politically difficult position.
  367. In 1361 Ujinori AKAMATSU, the forth son of Norimura AKAMATSU (Enshin) who was the Governor of Harima Province, became the ruler of Arima County and constructed Sanda-jo Castle.
  368. In 1361, Imperial Prince Kanenaga finally entered Dazaifu, the center of Kyushu, and forced the power of the Northern Court into a corner of north Kyushu and succeeded to virtually place Kyushu under his rule.
  369. In 1361, Kiyouji HOSOKAWA, who lost his position as steward of the bakufu, joined the Southern Court and captured Kyoto with Masanori KUSUNOKI.
  370. In 1361, Shogun (the great general) Yoshiakira ASHIKAGA issued an order to track down and kill Kiyouji HOSOKAWA by the false charge of Doyo SASAKI, etc., and after Kiyouji surrendered to the Nancho (old South Court), Ujiharu also surrendered to the Nancho followed him.
  371. In 1361, the chamberlain Kiyouji HOSOKAWA, who had lost power within the Ashikaga government, joined the Southern Court and tried the fourth attack on Kyoto together with Masanori KUSUNOKI, and occupied the city for a while.
  372. In 1361, while serving as Samuraidokoro no Tsukasa (a samurai office), he led a force of some 500 soldiers to Ninjo-ji Temple in Settsu Province to confront Kiyouji HOSOKAWA, who had lost his position because of his father's resistance to the bakufu and was on his way to attack Kyoto.
  373. In 1362, Takatsune became a priest and identified himself as Docho.
  374. In 1362, Yoshimasa at the age of 13 became a steward by the recommendation of a dominant Shugo (provincial military governor), Doyo SASAKI who was a relative of the Shiba clan, and was appointed to Shugoshiki (provincial constable) of Ecchu Province in addition to Echizen Province.
  375. In 1362, after losing his position in a power struggle against the Shiba clan, Doyo SASAKI and others, Kiyouji joined the Southern Court and went to Awa.
  376. In 1362, the 13 year old Yoshimasa SHIBA was appointed, and his father Takatsune SHIBA was his guardian.
  377. In 1362, with the death of his older paternal half-brother, Ujiyasu OTOMO, he inherited the family estate and was made to be the family head.
  378. In 1363
  379. In 1363 the Ouchi and Yamana clans returned to the Shogunate, government began to stabilize, and progress was made toward peace with the Southern Dynasty.
  380. In 1363, a samurai family suggested to Emperor Gokogon to make the anthology, and he gave the order.
  381. In 1363, as Tadahisa bestowed the Provincial Governorship of Satsuma to his third son, Morihisa SHIMAZU (the Soshu family), who was the Assistant Governor of Kazusa Province and the Provincial Governorship of Okuma to his fourth son, Mutsu no kami Ujihisa SHIMAZU (the Oshu family), the Shimada clan split and hostility ensued between them.
  382. In 1363, he gave instruction to Yoshimoto NIJO in the essence of 'The Tale of Genji.'
  383. In 1363, he was promoted to Naidaijin.
  384. In 1364 when the bakufu's residence was constructed in Sanjo bomon and its construction work was allotted to shugodaimyo, Takatsune forfeited Norisuke AKAMATSU's territory on the ground of the delay in the construction schedule and incurred Akamatsu clan's resentment.
  385. In 1364, he assisted his father Tona in selecting waka poems to be compiled in Shin-shui Wakashu (New shui anthology of Japanese poetry).
  386. In 1364, however, he resigned from all official positions by reason of his illness and the Juichii (Junior First Rank) was given to him and he died three years later.
  387. In 1364, ten years later, Chushin went to Kamakura and studied under Seizan Jiei at Kencho-ji Temple.
  388. In 1365 he moved to a new mansion at Sanjo Boumon Madenokoji.
  389. In 1365, Ujiyori ROKKAKU, the head of the Sasaki clan, lost his only heir at a young age; therefore, Takahide sent Takanori KYOGOKU to be adopted by the Rokkaku family.
  390. In 1365, he copied the principal image and gave it to Sukehachiro Masaaki in Ichihasama, Rikuzen (陸前一迫助八郎正明).
  391. In 1365, he transferred the family estate to Naoaki KUMAGAI, a legitimate child, retired, and died in the same year.
  392. In 1365, he was adopted by Ujiyori ROKKAKU, the head of the Rokkaku line of the Sasaki clan, because Ujiyori had lost his heir at an early age.
  393. In 1365, he was invited by Kanpaku (chief advisor for the emperor) Yoshimoto NIJO and in the following year travelled to Kyoto year where he lectured on the 'Manyoshu' and authored 'Shirin Saiyo-sho' (Commentary of Leaves from a Forest of Words).
  394. In 1365, his son Noriuji died.
  395. In 1366
  396. In 1366, after Takatsune SHIBA's downfall, Seii Taishogun (literally, "great general who subdues the barbarians") Yoshiakira ASHIKAGA ordered Muneyoshi ISHIBASHI, Kazuyoshi's son, to cooperate with the Oshu governor Tadamochi SHIBA and Sadatsune KIRA to search out and kill Haruie KIRA.
  397. In 1366, in the Joji Incident spurred by the anti-Shiba Doyo SASAKI, the Shiba clan fell, and Yoriyuki HOSOKAWA, who had the support of Doyo and the others, became steward.
  398. In 1367
  399. In 1367 (Shohei 22/Joji 6) he entrusted his heir, Yoshimitsu, who was born to him by his concubine, KI no Yoshiko, to Yoriyuki HOSOKAWA, then succumbed to illness and died.
  400. In 1367 when Yoriyuki HOSOKAWA became the adviser/guardian of newly-inaugurated shogun Yoshimitsu ASHIKAGA according the will of Yoshiakira ASHIKAGA, he seized full power of bakufu as Kanrei.
  401. In 1367, Yoshiakira ASHIKAGA gave an order that Tadamochi SHIBA and Sadatsune KIRA to be as Oshu Kanrei to hunt down and kill Haruie, and Muneyoshi ISHIBASHI was also dispatched.
  402. In 1367, he passed away in that place.
  403. In 1368 Yoshimitsu ASHIKAGA became a seii taishogun (literally, "great general who subdues the barbarians") while he was still young, Shogunal deputy, Yoriyuki HOSOKAWA supervised him when retired Emperor Gokogon ruled the cloister government until 1374.
  404. In 1368 the Hyojohajime was celebrated, and in 1369 he was installed as Shogun.
  405. In 1368, Emperor Gomurakami died at the Sumiyoshi Angu and Emperor Chokei ascended the throne at the Angu.
  406. In 1368, Emperor Kobu (Shu GENSHO) soon announced the establishment of the new dynasty and requests for tributes to neighboring foreign countries.
  407. In 1368, Gensho SHU (Chu Yuan-chang), a leader of the Red Turban Rebellion, established a new era named "Kobu" starting with the year when he ascended to the throne in Nanjing City to found the Ming Dynasty, and later introduced a system of one era per Emperor.
  408. In 1368, after the death of his father, his father's successor, Ujitsugu OTOMO, allied himself with the Nancho (Southern Court), and in the same year Chikayo was made to be the head of the family.
  409. In 1368, he followed the troops of Norikaki UESUGI, and defeated Yoshioki NITTA.
  410. In 1368, together with his brother, they suppressed the rebellion of Yoshimune NITTA and Yoshiharu WAKIYA and achieved a successful outcome.
  411. In 1369 his master gave him the Chokyuzan Honjo-ji Temple in the Echigo Province.
  412. In 1369, Masanori submitted to Shogun Yoshimitsu ASHIKAGA through the assistance of his associate, Yoriyuki HOSOKAWA, and surrendered to the Northern Court.
  413. In 1369, Yoriyuki HOSOKAWA, who held the position of kanrei (shogunal deputy), ordered the removal of Romon.
  414. In 1370 the Emperor requested the government's advice as to why the first Prince, Imperial Prince Ohito (the Emperor Goenyu) was passed over for the throne, his brother, Emperor Suko who returned to Kyoto in 1357, insisted to have his own son, Fushimi no Miya Imperial Prince Yoshihito succeed to the throne.
  415. In 1370, he supported efforts to control the Kyushu region by dispatching his personal friend Sadayo IMAGAWA (Ryoshun) to Kyushu drive out the Southern faction which included Imperial Prince Kanenaga (also known as Kaneyoshi).
  416. In 1370, he was appointed Naidaijin (minister of the center) and promoted to Juichii (Junior First Rank); however, he resigned from the post in the following year.
  417. In 1370, in order to strengthen control over Kyoto, the Court gave him authority to control the Sanmon Kunin (a clique of influential people of Enryaku-ji Temple and its affiliates, as well as member of the temple)
  418. In 1370, the period of Yoshimitsu ASHIKAGA, the third Shogun, Yoriyuki HOSOKAWA, Kanrei (shogunal deputy) recommended Ryoshun as Kyushu Tandai replacement for Yoshiyuki SHIBUKAWA and was officially assigned.
  419. In 1371 after receiving the title Prince by Imperial order, he immediately succeeded to the throne after Emperor Gokogon passed the throne to him.
  420. In 1371, he was appointed to be the Shugo of Kozuke Province (military governor of Kozuke).
  421. In 1371, he was born as the child of Sanetoki TOKUDAIJI.
  422. In 1371, when Tokiuji passed away, Ujikiyo's younger brother, Tokiyoshi YAMANA, became the head of the Yamana clan, and Ujikiyo was appointed constable of the provinces of Tanba and Izumi.
  423. In 1372, he established the rules of Renga as "Oan shinshiki."
  424. In 1372, he was invited by the Ashina clan, the feudal lord of Aizu, to become the chief priest of Haguroyama Toko-ji Temple (present-day, closed).
  425. In 1374 (January 29) he died of illness.
  426. In 1374 or 1375, when Zeami, who was 12 years old at the time, appeared on stage in the Sarugaku Noh performance held by Kanami, he caught the attention of the Muromachi Shogun, Yoshimitsu ASHIKAGA.
  427. In 1374, he welcomed Yoriko HINO as his wife.
  428. In 1374, the force tried to expel the Southern Court in one push but Fuyusuke did not send Sadayo a reinforcement as their relationship was not good at that time.
  429. In 1375 he tried to gather more force in Mizushima to prepare a battle and asked Kyushu sanninshu (three major power of the Kyushu region) including Chikayo OTOMO, Fuyusuke SHONI, Ujihisa SHIMAZU in Satsuma, to help him.
  430. In 1375, Shogun Yoshimitsu ASHIKAGA enjoyed watching a Sarugaku performed by Kan-ami and his son, Zeami in Imagumano of Kyoto.
  431. In 1375, Yoshimitsu ASHIKAGA dispatched an envoy from Japan to Korea, and for this, the Korean side sent to Japan an envoy to express a good relationship.
  432. In 1375, he was awarded the title of Ason (second highest title given to ancient Japanese court noble families) instead of the hereditary Sukune (second highest title).
  433. In 1375, shogun Yoshimitsu ASHIKAGA watched Nohgaku performed by Kannami and his son Zeami (Zeami) at Imakumano in Kyoto.
  434. In 1376
  435. In 1376, he received in audience with Emperor Kobu (Gensho SHU), the emperor of the Ming Dynasty.
  436. In 1376, he received the household and the like from his brother Yoshinori sick in bed, and in April, 1378 just before Yoshinori's death, Noriharu's post of Kozuke shugoshiki (military governor of Kozuke) and Noriharu's territory were transferred for Norikata to take over.
  437. In 1377, he was appointed as Kanto Kanrei (shogunal deputy for the Kanto region) and assisted Kamakura kubo (governor-general of the Kanto region) Ujimitsu ASHIKAGA, who was young at the time, and a year later, he was ordered to be a Shugo of Musashi Province.
  438. In 1378, Nichijitsu constructed Myokaku-ji Temple (Kyoto City) (Kyoto Prefecture).
  439. In 1378, Nichijitsu constructed Myokaku-ji Temple (Kyoto City) (Kyoto prefecture).
  440. In 1378, Yoshitada was ordered to suppress Shotoku HASHIMOTO of the Southern Court who had raised an army in the Kii province, and dispatched troops with Ujikiyo YAMANA, his younger brother.
  441. In 1378, he was appointed as Samurai-dokoro tonin (governor of the board of retainers) by Shogun, Yoshimitsu ASHIKAGA and joined the shogunate government.
  442. In 1378, the Shogunate was moved from Sanjo Bomon to Kitanokoji Muromachi.
  443. In 1378, when Yoshimitsu ASHIKAGA, the third shogun of the Muromachi bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun), moved his residence to Muromachi-tei, Kanehiro changed his family name from Muromachi to Yoshida in order to avoid using the same name as the residence of the shogun.
  444. In 1379 when Yoriyuki lost his position due to Yoshimasa SHIBA's work, Yoshimitsu exhibited his skill to rule the government and gradually started getting involved in the business of the Imperial Palace.
  445. In 1379 when the edict to search and kill Yoriyuki was issued after he had fallen from power as a result of Koryaku Coup, Masauji HOSOKAWA, a son of Kiyouji HOSOKAWA who had belonged to the same clan but had been killed by Yoriyuki, rose in revolt in Awa and Kono clan also regained power in Iyo.
  446. In 1379, Yoshimasa rallied the anti-Yoriyuki shugo daimyo (feudal lords serving as provincial military governors) including Takahide and Yoriyasu TOKI and besieged Hana no Gosho (literally, Flower Palace), the Shogun's residence, by using arms to demand the dismissal of Yoriyuki.
  447. In 1379, Yoshimitsu's residence was surrounded by the anti-Yoriyuki Shugo Daimyos such as Yoshiyuki (Yoshimasa) SHIBA and Yoriaki TOKI, who requested that he dismiss Yoriyuki, and consequently Yoriyuki was dismissed (Koryaku Political Change).
  448. In 1379, he was appointed to be Shugo of Izumo Province and Oki Province after Takahide SASAKI fell; as a result he became Shugo of three provinces including Tanba.
  449. In 1379, he went up to Kyoto and became something similar to a private tutor for the 3rd shogun Yoshimitsu ASHIKAGA.
  450. In 1379, kanrei (shogunal deputy) Yoriyuki HOSOKAWA, who had the actual power in the bakufu, fell from power due to the Koryaku Coup.
  451. In 1379, the shinden (main house) was built and when the residence was completed in 1381, he moved there from the Sanjo bomon dai Palace.
  452. In 1379, when the Hosokawa clan was unsuccessful in repressing the Southern Court in the Kii region, Yoshimitsu assigned troops to Ujikiyo YAMANA and his allies to subdue the Southern Court.
  453. In 1380
  454. In 1380 Hu Weiyong, the Left Chancellor of the Ming Dynasty, tried to communicate secretly with Yoshimitsu, who was then in the Buddhist priesthood, and Yoshimitsu intended to begin trade without using his position as vassal of the emperor.
  455. In 1380, Akisada died at the age of 30.
  456. In 1380, Nichiju showed allegiance to Guho-ji Temple (Ichikawa City) (Chiba Prefecture) of the Nichiren sect.
  457. In 1380, he exterminated Shotoku HASHIMOTO.
  458. In 1381
  459. In 1381 Yoriyuki made peace with the Kawano clan and was then able to rule over his territories.
  460. In 1381, he was awarded Jusanmi (Junior Third Rank), becoming a kugyo.
  461. In 1381, he was promoted to Juichii (Junior First Rank).
  462. In 1381, he went up to Kyoto, the capital, for missionary activities.
  463. In 1382
  464. In 1382 Yoshimitsu ASHIKAGA, third Shogun of the Muromachi Shogunate, vowed to establish the largest Buddhist cathedral on land adjacent to the Hana no Gosho (Flower Palace).
  465. In 1382, Masakatsu fought against Yoshimasa YAMANA from Tsuchimaru-jo Castle where he continued to stay in the battle, but he was defeated by the force led by Yoshihiro OUCHI supporting YAMANA.
  466. In 1382, Yoshimitsu ASHIKAGA retired to the temple for prayer where he became fond of the Zen lifestyle and vowed to found Shokoku-ji Temple.
  467. In 1382, he assumed the post as Naidaijin (Minister of the Center) (1382 - 1388).
  468. In 1382, he constructed Wakae-jo Castle which later became the base of Kawachi Province operations by the Hatakeyama clan.
  469. In 1382, he returned to the Southern Court again, and was appointed as Sangi (councillor).
  470. In 1382, when Sokoku-ji Temple was built, it was moved to Ichijo Ogawa (the town name of Moto Hyakumanben Cho remains at Ichijo-dori, Aburano-koji Agaru, Kamigyo Ward, Kyoto City).
  471. In 1383
  472. In 1383 he was the first samurai to become Genjichoja (Head of the Genjis), and served concurrently as Betto (supreme officer) of the Junan-in and the Shogaku-in, and later he was granted a title "Jusango," and reached the height of power of the samurai as well as the aristocrats.
  473. In 1383, Emperor Chokei abdicated from the throne in favor of his younger brother, Emperor Gokameyama.
  474. In 1384, Ariyo was granted Jusanmi (Junior Third Rank), and became a court noble at the age of 58.
  475. In 1384, Kokua entered this temple as a priest in order to restore it and opened a training hall for Jishu sect of Buddhism, but later it fell into decline.
  476. In 1384, he died after performing at the Shizuoka Asama-jinja Shrine in Suruga Province.
  477. In 1385, after Kokua (a monk of the Ji sect) entered this temple, it was converted to a temple of the Ji sect.
  478. In 1385, although he intensely fought against Ujikiyo YAMANA in Kawachi Province, he lost and fled.
  479. In 1385, it was renamed Chikurin-in Temple.
  480. In 1386 in the disturbance of Northern and Southern Courts, although Akamatsu family took the side of Ashikaga army, only Ujinori was on the side of Southern Court.
  481. In 1386, he founded Ryusen-ji Temple in Echizen Province.
  482. In 1386, he traveled to Ming in China, and returned to Japan after 10 years.
  483. In 1386, he was awarded the rank of Jusanmi (Junior Third Rank), a higher rank than that traditionally awarded to his ancestors, and was given a position as a high court official.
  484. In 1386, the temple was reinstated near the very bottom of the Gozan-Jissetsu as number 9.
  485. In 1387
  486. In 1387 it was destroyed by the militant clergy of Mt. Hiei.
  487. In 1387, Yoriyasu TOKI, a meritorious vassal who helped to establish the bakufu, and who was a shugo of the three provinces of Mino, Owari and Ise, passed away.
  488. In 1387, Yoriyasu died at 70 years old, an advanced age of the time.
  489. In 1388
  490. In 1388, Yoshimitsu allowed Yasuyuki to succeed the entitlement of shugoshiki only for Mino Province and Ise Province, and he gave the one for Owari Provide to Mitsusada.
  491. In 1388, he became Sadaijin (Minister of the Left) (1388 - 1392).
  492. In 1389, Nichiju established Myoman-ji Temple (Kyoto Prefecture) and founded Nichijumon school.
  493. In 1389, Tokiyoshi, the heir, Tokiyoshi, passed away.
  494. In 1389, Yoshimitsu deliberately provoked Yasuyuki TOKI into raising troops and then crushed him (this incident is referred to as Yasuyuki TOKI's rebellion).
  495. In 1389, he was appointed as Gon Chunagon (a provisional vice-councilor of state), but in 1390, he resigned his post and became a Buddhist priest, calling himself by his Buddhist name, Jogen.
  496. In 1390, Shakunyo, the fifth chief priest, built Zuisen-ji Temple (Nanto City) in Inami, Ecchu Province (Toyama Prefecture).
  497. In 1390, Yoshimitsu complained that Tokiyoshi was disrespectful to the shogun when he was alive.
  498. In 1390, he assumed Ukone no daisho (major captain of the right division of inner palace guards).
  499. In 1390, he was defeated by the force for subjugation of Kawachi Province led by Yamana and Hosokawa, and he escaped to Chihaya-jo Castle.
  500. In 1390, on the orders of Yoshimitsu, Takahide subjugated Yasuyuki TOKI of Mino Province, and the year after, in 1391, he died at the age of 64.
  501. In 1390, under the order of Seii Taishogun (commander-in-chief of the expeditionary force against the barbarians) Yoshimitsu ASHIKAGA, he and his father-in-law Ujikiyo YAMANA defeated Tokiyoshi's sons Tokiteru YAMANA and Ujiyuki YAMANA.
  502. In 1391, Tokihiro and Ujiyuki, who were on the run, returned to Kyoto.
  503. In 1391, Ujikiyo and Mitsuyuki YAMANA, Yoshitada's nephew, determined to launch a coup d'etat provoked by Seii-Taishogun (great, unifying leader) Yoshimitsu ASHIKAGA, who was attempting to weaken the Yamana clan.
  504. In 1391, Yoshimasa SHIBA resigned the post of Kanrei and, on the order of Yoshimitsu, Yoriyuki returned to Kyoto.
  505. In 1391, Yoshimasa was dismissed from the post of Kanrei and Yoriyuki's younger brother Yorimoto HOSOKAWA became Kanrei.
  506. In 1391, he intervened in the internal conflict of the YAMASHINAs and provoked Ujikiyo YAMANA, a powerful Shugo Daimyo dominating 11 provinces at that time who was called "Rokubun no ichi dono" (Lord of one-sixth of the whole country) to raise an army to subdue the YAMANAs.
  507. In 1391, his father died and he took over the family estate and assumed the title of Shugoshoku (Military Commissioner) of Hida Province.
  508. In 1391, provoked by Yoshimitsu's army, Ujikiyo raised an army with his family members, Mitsuyuki YAMANA and Yoshimasa YAMANA, and fought in the Meitoku War, invading Kyoto in December of that year.
  509. In 1392 Yoshimitsu ASHIKAGA the 3rd shogun reconciled with the Kamakura kubo (Kamakura governor-general) Ujimitsu ASHIKAGA.
  510. In 1392 the period of the Northern and Southern Courts finished after a peace agreement was concluded between both parties with Yoshimitsu's help, the retired Emperor died on April 26, 1393.
  511. In 1392, Akinori ISSHIKI joined forces with the bakufu side and distinguish himself in the war at the Meitoku War when the Yamana clan raised an army against the bakufu, and the following year his son, Norimitsu ISSHIKI was promoted to shugo of Tango no kuni (Tango Province).
  512. In 1392, Chihaya-jo Castle was fallen and he fled to Totsukawa in Yoshino.
  513. In 1392, Yoshihiro OUCHI attacked the Kii province, where Yoshitada lived, with an army of one thousand horses and soldiers.
  514. In 1392, after his stronghold Chihaya-jo Castle was fallen by the army of Muromachi bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun) led by Motokuni HATAKEYAMA, Masamoto, aiming for turnaround, conspired to assassinate Shogun Yoshimitsu ASHIKAGA, but he failed and was executed the next day.
  515. In 1392, he conducted negotiations aimed at unifying the Northern and Southern Courts.
  516. In 1392, he entered nirvana.
  517. In 1392, peace was established with Emperor Gokameyama of the Southern Court and with the return of the Sacred Treasures, the Northern and Southern Courts were integrated.
  518. In 1392, the Jingi retained by the Southern Court were handed from Emperor Gokameyama of the Southern Court to the Emperor Gokomatsu of the Northern Court when the Northern and Southern Courts joined through the mediation of Yoshimitsu ASHIKAGA.
  519. In 1393 it was rebuilt at Shijo-dori and Kushige-dori Avenues.
  520. In 1393 the bakufu issued 'Five rules regarding doso and sake shops scattered around Rakuchu' which was a five-article law.
  521. In 1393, he became Sangi (councilor) and was raised to Kugyo.
  522. In 1393, he was born as the child of Michinobu KOGA.
  523. In 1394, Gyonyo, who had been appointed as a temple administrator, inherited 'Hongan-ji Temple.'
  524. In 1394, Nikkei reconstructed Myohorenge-ji Temple (Kyoto Prefecture) and renamed it Myoren-ji Temple (Kyoto City) (Kyoto Prefecture).
  525. In 1394, Yasuko HINO became Yoshimitsu ASHIKAGA's wife when Nariko HINO (Yasuko's aunt) died, and she was called Minamigosho because she lived at the Kitayama-tei Minami-gosho.
  526. In 1394, Yoshimitsu gave up his title of Seii taishogun (literally, "great general who subdues the barbarians") in favor of his son Yoshimochi ASHIKAGA but did not release his grip on power and continued to maintain authority from Kitayama-dono.
  527. In 1394, Yoshimitsu passed the role and responsibilities of Shogun on to Yoshimochi ASHIKAGA and ascended to Daijo-daijin (Grand minister of state).
  528. In 1394, after the unification of the Southern and Northern Courts, he was appointed Shoshiinoge (Senior Fourth Rank, Lower Grade) Kurodo no to (Head Chamberlain) and transferred to Sachuben (Middle Controller of the Left).
  529. In 1394, he became a Daijo daijin (Grand minister of state).
  530. In 1394, he succeeded to a position as chief priest of Hongan-ji Temple and made every effort to enlighten the Hokuriku districts.
  531. In 1394, he was appointed to Naidaijin (minister of the Interior).
  532. In 1394, he was appointed to Udaijin (minister of the right) without assuming Naidaijin (minister of the Interior).
  533. In 1394, he was appointed to Udaijin (minister of the right), but resigned the post soon.
  534. In 1395, Mitsuyuki, who had become a priest and managed to escape to Tsukushi in Kyushu, was captured and killed in Kyoto.
  535. In 1395, Sadayo IMAGAWA, who held independent authority as Kyushu Tandai, was dismissed.
  536. In 1395, Yoshimitsu ASHIKAGA became a priest while prince Mitsuhito did not at all wish to become one, however, on July 27 of the same year, he was forced to become a priest.
  537. In 1395, he became Chunagon (vice-councilor of state).
  538. In 1395, he resigned from Ukone no daisho.
  539. In 1395, he served as Samuraidokoro no Tsukasa (a samurai office), and subjugated Mitsuyuki YAMANA who had lost the battle of Mitoku no Ran and was in hiding in Takakura, Gojo no Bomon in Kyoto.
  540. In 1395, in accordance with the third shogun Yoshimitsu ASHIKAGA becoming a priest, Akinori also tonsured and named himself Shinsho.
  541. In 1395, when the third Ashikaga shogunate, Yoshimitsu ASHIKAGA, who was Seii taishogun (literally, "great general who subdues the barbarians"), joined the priesthood, Tsuneonori also joined priesthood.
  542. In 1396, he was awarded Jusanmi (Junior Third Rank), becoming a kugyo.
  543. In 1397, Yoshimitsu ASHIKAGA came into possession of Saion-ji Temple after exchanging it for his territory in Kawachi Province and completely restored it by repairing existing structures and building new ones.
  544. In 1397, he received Hokusantei in Kitayama, Kyoto, from Kintsune SAIONJI, and constructed a mountain villa called Kitayamatei or Kitayamadono (later Rokuon-ji Temple), placing a reliquary in the center.
  545. In 1398, Motokuni HATAKEYAMA became Kanrei, and after that the Shiba, Hatakeyama and Hosokawa Keicho families related to the Ashikaga family were appointed in turns.
  546. In 1399 the Kamakura kubo Mitsukane ASHIKAGA sent his two younger brothers, Mitsusada ASHIKAGA as Inamura Gosho (Palace) and Mitsunao ASHIKAGA as Sasagawa Gosho (Palace) to the provinces.
  547. In 1399, Yoshihiro OUCHI, a shugo who held six provinces, allowed himself to be provoked into the battle only to be defeated by Yoshimitsu (Oei War).
  548. In 1399, Yoshihiro raised an army in Sakai and the Oei War began.
  549. In 1399, Yoshimitsu confiscated Myoshin-ji Temple, implicated Setsudo Soboku as being involved with Yoshihiro OUCHI and had him confined to Shoren-in Temple.
  550. In 1399, he also assumed a post at Konoefu (the headquarters of the inner palace guards).
  551. In 1399, he became Dainagon.
  552. In 1399, he fought in the Oei Rebellion initiated by the Ochi clan.
  553. In 1399, he joined the suppression of the Oei War where Yoshihiro OUCHI raised an army.
  554. In 1399, he provoked a powerful Daimyo in the western region, Yoshihiro OUCHI, and using the excuse that Yoshihiro was taking up arms, he subdued Yoshihiro (War of Oei), and in this way the influential factions that might oppose Yoshimitsu in the western region were eliminated.
  555. In 1399, he sided with Yoshihiro OUCHI who brought Oei War but he lost to the army of Muromachi bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun) in Sakai City and went missing.
  556. In 1399, he was appointed to Jusani (Junior Third Rank).
  557. In 1399, when Kamakura kubo (governor-general of the Kanto region), Mitsukane ASHIKAGA, planned to conspire with Yoshihiro OUCHI to raise an army in the Oei War, Tomomune remonstrated against his plan.
  558. In 1399, when the Mutsu Province and Dewa Province came under Kamakura Government jurisdiction, he gave control of Sasagawa Palace and Inamura Palace to two of his younger brothers.
  559. In 1399, when the Ouchi clan betrayed the Bakufu in the Oei no Ran (Rebellion of Oei), he exhibited great prowess and as a result his son Takamitsu KYOGOKU, inherited his position of Shugo for Oki and Hida Provinces.
  560. In 1400 it appointed Akimochi OSAKI as Oshu tandai.
  561. In 1400, Zeami wrote 'The Flowering Spirit (Fushikaden)' (Ichinakadensho).
  562. In 1401, he was appointed to Sangi (royal advisor), and in the following year, he was appointed Chunagon (vice-councilor of state).
  563. In 1401, he was awarded the rank of Jusanmi Gon Chunagon (Junior Third Rank, Provisional Vice-Councilor of State) and was appointed Buke Tenso (liaison officer between the Imperial Court and the shogunate).
  564. In 1401, when Kagenaka was 14 years old, due to the death of his foster father, he succeeded to SHIRAI-NAGAO clan which was a family of senior vassals of UESUGI clan.
  565. In 1402
  566. In 1402 he resigned from Ukone no daisho (the major captain of the right division of inner palace guards), but was promoted to Udaijin (minister of the Interior).
  567. In 1402, he assumed the position of chief priest of Shokoku-ji Temple in Kyoto, and then moved to Tenryu-ji Temple.
  568. In 1402, he was awarded the rank of Jusanmi (Junior Third Rank), becoming a kugyo.
  569. In 1403 the Prince moved to Arisugawa mountain villa (Arisugawa-dono Palace) and named it Arisugawa dono.
  570. In 1403, he renovated Shirakura Myojin into Shirakura Taisha (great shrine).
  571. In 1403, he was appointed to Udaijin (minister of the right).
  572. In 1403, he was awarded Jusanmi (Junior Third Rank) at the age of 13.
  573. In 1404, he passed away.
  574. In 1404, he was appointed as Rokuon Soroku (highest-ranking priest of the Gozan, the leader of the Zen sect), and served in the role for 10 years.
  575. In 1404, the Ming envoy sent by Emperor Yongle brought the Yongle Kangofu, on which the 'Seal of the King of Japan' was printed, to Yoshimitsu ASHIKAGA together with traditional Han Chinese clothing and a gold seal.
  576. In 1406, Nichijin built Honzen-ji Temple to promulgate his faith in Kyoto.
  577. In 1406, Nichijin, the pupil of the late Nichijo built Honzen-ji Temple (Kyoto City, Kyoto Prefecture).
  578. In 1406, Zuikei Shuho became a pupil of Mukyushushin at Shokoku-ji Temple in Kyoto entering the priesthood.
  579. In 1407, he served as Sahyoe no Kami (Captain of the Left Division of Middle Palace Guards) and concurrently as Kebiishi no Betto (Superintendent of the Imperial Police) and in 1408, he added the post of Dazai Gon no Sochi (Provisional Governor-General of Kyushu).
  580. In 1407, she was appointed Jusango (honorary rank next to Emperor, Empress Dowager, and Empress, conferred on both men and women), Juichii (Junior First Rank), and received an ingo, Kitayamain.
  581. In 1408, he died of a sudden illness in his 51st calendar year (49 years old).
  582. In 1408, he was promoted to Shoshiinoge (Senior Fourth Rank, Lower Grade) and became Sangi (councillor) from Ukone no chujo (Middle Captain of the Right Division of Inner Palace Guards).
  583. In 1409 Yoshisuke ARIMA, the fifth son of Norisuke AKAMATSU who was Ujinori's older brother, became the ruler of Arima County and started calling himself the Settsu Arima clan.
  584. In 1409 he succeeded to the family head due to the death of his father Mitsunori.
  585. In 1409 the third shogun Mitsukane ASHIKAGA died, and Mochiuji, his child, became the new kubo.
  586. In 1409, after his farther, Mitsukane's death he became the Kamakura kubo.
  587. In 1409, he took over as the family head due to his father Yasunori's death (there are various theories regarding the year of Yasunori's death and it is also said that he might have taken over earlier than 1409).
  588. In 1409, he was awarded the rank of Juichii.
  589. In 1409, with the death of Mitsukane, he becomes a monk named Zenjo and withdrew to Kazusa.
  590. In 1410 at Hagi, Mikawa Province (present Hagi-cho, Toyokawa City, Aichi Prefecture) he ascended the throne from the Emperor Matsunaga.
  591. In 1410, Emperor Gokameyama, who was the last emperor of the Southern Dynasty (Japan), took refuge in Yoshino. (He returned to Kyoto in 1416.)
  592. In 1410, at the age of 17, he became a student of Soui KENOU and changed his name to Soujun.
  593. In 1410, he was born as the child of Sanenaga SAIONJI.
  594. In 1410, the port of entry for the Japanese official ships to dispatch envoys was also limited to those two.
  595. In 1413, Mochikiyo's father, Takamitsu KYOGOKU, died and his older brother, Mochitaka KYOGOKU, became the head of the Kyogoku family.
  596. In 1413, he came of age and took one character of the name of Shogun Yoshimochi ASHIKAGA, naming himself Mochitoyo.
  597. In 1413, he was awarded the rank of Jusanmi (Junior Third Rank), becoming a kugyo.
  598. In 1413, he was born as the child of Hidefusa MADENOKOJI (a cousin of Emperor Ogimachi).
  599. In 1414 he also served as Gon no kami (provisional governor) of Bizen Province,
  600. In 1414, at the enthronement of Emperor Shoko, there was a dispute between Tsunetsugu ICHIJO, who was kanpaku, and Mochimoto NIJO, who was Gon Dainagon (provisional chief councilor of state).
  601. In 1414, he became a priest, and his hogo (Buddhist name) was Shotetsu.
  602. In 1414, he became the tassu (a priest who takes care of a tacchu, sub-temple founded to commemorate the death of a high priest) for the Rokuon-in Temple, the tacchu (a minor temple) of the Shokoku-ji Temple in Kyoto, and he retired in Tosa Province.
  603. In 1415 he became a student of high priest Soudon KASOU at Kyoto's Daitokuji.
  604. In 1415, Rennyo was born as the first son of Zonnyo.
  605. In 1415, he became Ukone no daisho (major captain of the Right Division of Inner Palace Guards).
  606. In 1415, he was appointed to Shonii (Senior Second Rank) Dainagon (chief councilor of state) but resigned in the following year.
  607. In 1416 Zenshu and Mitsutaka plotted a coup and he was temporarily exiled to Suruga Province (The War of Zenshu UESUGI).
  608. In 1416 during the days of the fourth Shogun Yoshimochi ASHIKAGA, the War of Zenshu UESUGI occurred, where the former Kanto Kanrei Zenshu Uesugi (Zenshu) raised an army against Mochiuji ASHIKAGA, the fourth Kamakura Kubo.
  609. In 1416 when Kanto Kanrei (a shogunal deputy for the Kanto region) Zenshu UESUGI rebelled against Kamakura Kubo (quasi-shogun of Kanto region) Mochiuji ASHIKAGA (War of Zenshu UESUGI) at Kamakurafu (Kamakura Government), Nobumitsu TAKEDA sided with his son-in-law Zenshu.
  610. In 1416, UENO Zenshu Rebellion broke out in Kanto region, and Yoshimochi confined his brother Yoshitsugu, who was involved in the rebellion, in Shokoku-ji temple, and killed him two years later in 1418.
  611. In 1416, Yoshitsugu's mistress's father, Zenshu UESUGI, the former Kanto Kanrei (Shogun's deputy), attacked Kamakura kubo (court noble) Mochiuji ASHIKAGA during the Zenshu Uesugi war.
  612. In 1416, the old grounds of Ryuhon-ji Temple at Shijo-dori and Kushige-dori Avenues were claimed by Mt. Hiei for its branch temple, and Honno-ji Temple was built on the site.
  613. In 1418, Mochiyori TOKI, the 3rd head of the Seho family, had part of his territory confiscated for allegedly participating in a rebellion against Yoshimitsu ASHIKAGA.
  614. In 1418, Saemon HONJO (seems to have changed his name into 西号, 本庄元朝, or Genno after becoming a monk) seized Aguhara Village, however, Mochiuji ASHIKAGA, Kamakura Kubo (Governor-general of the Kanto region) ordered him to return the land to the previous lord.
  615. In 1418, Zeami handed down to 'Mototsugu' 'Besshi Kuden' (A Separate Secret Teaching), Chapter 7 of "Fushikaden" (The Flowering Spirit) written by himself.
  616. In 1418, he became Jusanmi (Junior 3rd Rank) and was raised to Kugyo.
  617. In 1418, he became a Udaijin (Minister of the Right) (1418 - 1419).
  618. In 1418, he was appointed to Kanpaku and Sadaijin (minister of the left).
  619. In 1419 Suketsuna was born as a son of Yukimitsu YANAGIWARA.
  620. In 1419, he passed the Honjo-ji Temple over to his disciple Nichizon and left the temple for Daimokushu missionary work.
  621. In 1419, he received and entertained Song Gik-yeong, the delegate dispatched from the Yi Dynasty in Korea after the foreign invasion of the Oei Era, and accompanied him to Kyoto to play a reconciliatory role between him and Bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun).
  622. In 1419, he was appointed to Naidaijin (minister of the center).
  623. In 1419, he was promoted to Juichii (Junior First Rank).
  624. In 1419, the bakufu gave all rights to produce and sell koji malt in Kyoto to Kitano koji za, and it was determined that all sakaya in Kyoto should purchase koji malt from Kitano koji za.
  625. In 1419.
  626. In 1420, he became a Daijo daijin (Grand minister of state).
  627. In 1421, he was conferred Juichii.
  628. In 1422, Zeami assigned the position of Kanze-dayu to his eldest son, Motomasa KANZE and he became a priest.
  629. In 1422, he was awarded the rank of Jusanmi (Junior Third Rank), becoming a kugyo.
  630. In 1423, after settling a series of such incidents, he gave the shogun post to his son Yoshikazu, and entered the priesthood in Toji-in temple in June of the following year (he continued to hold real power) and started to visit temples and shrines, but Yoshikazu died quite young in 1425.
  631. In 1423, he destroyed Mitsushige OGURI who was one of the Kyoto fuchishu (samurais directly subjected to Shogun) on the ground that Mitsushige was ordered by the Muromachi bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun) to plot a rebellion against Mochiuji.
  632. In 1423, he handed the position of Shogun over to his own child Yoshikazu ASHIKAGA, but Yoshikazu died young, and Yoshimochi himself died before he was able to choose a successor.
  633. In 1423, he participated in the delegation dispatched to Korea and drew landscape paintings there.
  634. In 1423, he went to the conquest of the Oguri clan in Hitachi Province who rose in revolt.
  635. In 1424, Mochiyori was blamed for having an affair with a court lady who served a retired emperor, and was hunted down by bakufu.
  636. In 1425, the fifth Shogun Yoshikazu ASHIKAGA died of illness and the former Shogun Yoshimochi ASHIKAGA died of illness in 1428; the shogunate was vacant and Mochiuji wished for the sixth Shogun position because he belonged to the Ashikaga clan.
  637. In 1426 July 12, he died in the age of 68, and his son Kenetane CHIBA succeeded afterwards.
  638. In 1426, Saemontaro SODA from Tsushima, who had great interests in the foreign trade of Korea at that time, pleaded to the Korean Government for free trade at any place in left and right sided provinces of Gyeongsang.
  639. In 1426, when a local magnate in Tsushima called the Soda clan requested free trade everywhere in Gyeongsang Province, the Dynasty rejected their request but in return they granted the clan additional permission of entry to the Enbo, a port located in Ulsan Metropolitan City.
  640. In 1427, an incident occurred, in which Shogun Yoshimochi ASHIKAGA attempted to confiscate the Harima Province which Mitsusuke took over as head of the family, and to give it to his favorite retainer, Mochisada Akamatsu, then Mitsusuke burned his residense in Kyoto and went back to his own territory.
  641. In 1428 Emperor Shoukou died without leaving behind a son; and Emperor Gohanazono from the Fushiminomiya family was enthroned.
  642. In 1428, Mansai was titled Jusango (Also known as Jusangu) which was the first time the monzeki of Sanboin Temple received the title.
  643. In 1428, Soshun NIPPO of the Zuisen-ji Temple approved him to attain spiritual enlightenment.
  644. In 1428, four years after Retired Emperor Gokameyama died, Emperor Shoko died without an heir, and consequently the principal Northern lineage came to an end.
  645. In 1428, he passed away.
  646. In 1428, he played in a principal role in Toka no sechi-e (Imperial Court ceremonies where many persons danced while singing), but died in the same year.
  647. In 1428, however, the next year of the Gisho's second appointment as Toji choja, the sixth shogun had to be chosen from the sons of Yoshimitsu ASHIKAGA.
  648. In 1428, thirty years after the Emperor's death, his great-grandchild, Prince Hikohito (the Emperor Gohanazono) succeeded to the throne as an adopted child of Emperor Gokomatsu.
  649. In 1428, when Emperor Shoko was in critical condition, the sixth Shogun Yoshinori ASHIKAGA acted as an intermediary, and Sadafusa's son Hikohito was adopted by the Emperor and succeeded to the throne as Emperor Gohanazono.
  650. In 1428, when Yoshimochi ASHIKAGA died and his younger brother Yoshinori ASHIKAGA took the shogunate position, Yoshinori's favor was poured only into Onami, and Zeami and his son Motomasa came to be exposed to strong pressure.
  651. In 1429, Myoshin-ji Temple, a temple that was ruined back then, invited him as a priest, and he devoted himself to reviving the temple by building Yogenin Temple.
  652. In 1429, he became a Naidaijin (Minister of the Center) (1429 ? 1432).
  653. In 1429, he transferred to Ukone no daisho (Major Captain of the Right Division of Inner Palace Guards) and then transferred to Sakone no daisho (Major Captain of the Left Division of Inner Palace Guards).
  654. In 1429, the previous year of the establishment of "Sarugaku dangi", the Zeami and his son were forced to cancel their performance at Sento Imperial Palace.
  655. In 1430 he moved to Fumon-ji Temple and became Hoshi (successor of principle).
  656. In 1430, he became Zoei Shokei (high-ranking court noble for construction) at the rank of Junii (Junior Second Rank).
  657. In 1430, he took the tonsure due to illness and became a priest.
  658. In 1430, he was pardoned and attended the court again, and was appointed to Gon Chunagon anew.
  659. In 1431, after the 11th head, Morimi OUCHI, was killed in a battle against the Otomo clan and the Shoni clan in Chikuzen Province, a conflict over the succession arose within the Ouchi clan.
  660. In 1431, he was appointed Sadaishi (First Secretary of the Left), head of "shi" (an officer who recorded and made official documents) of the Ritsuryo system (a system of centralized government based on the ritsuryo code).
  661. In 1432, Zeami's eldest son, Motomasa KANZE died in Anotsu, Ise Province.
  662. In 1432, he entertained shogun Yoshinori who was on a sightseeing trip to Mt. Fuji.
  663. In 1432, he sailed to Ming Dynasty China aboard an envoy ship.
  664. In 1432, he was promoted to Gon Dainagon.
  665. In 1433, he joined a renga poetry group named 'Kitanosha Manku.'
  666. In 1433, he was appointed Deputy Chief of the office to compile Imperial poetic anthology.
  667. In 1433, the remainders of the Shingu clan attacked Tsugawa-jo Castle, Ogawa-no-sho, Echigo Province, but they were beaten back by the Kanakami clan, Jodai (the keeper of castle), and consequently went to ruin.
  668. In 1434 Yoshisuke was assassinated by the sixth Shogun Yoshinori ASHIKAGA, and Shigemasa thereby entered the Buddhist priesthood and his individual landholdings were confiscated.
  669. In 1434, the legal son of Shigemitsu HINO, the adoptive father of Gisho was killed under suspicion of treason for the reason that his real sister and a concubine of Yoshinori gave birth to a baby boy (the next seventh shogun, Yoshikatsu ASHIKAGA).
  670. In 1435 his father Tokihiro died and in 1437 he was defeated in an uprising in Bingo by his brother, Mochihiro YAMANA, who was unhappy that Mochitoyo had inherited the family headship.
  671. In 1435, Yoshinori once again made up his mind to subdue Koremichi OCHI and his allies by the request from Mitsunobu and dispatched the army of bakufu.
  672. In 1435, being advised (by all the Daimyo) to seek reconciliation whenever he had an opportunity to suppress Mt. Hiei, and failing to suppress it, Yoshinori chose strategically to invite Enryaku-ji Temple's powerful priests out, and then had them beheaded.
  673. In 1436, Zeami himself was deported to Sado Province.
  674. In 1436, he gave up his post to Zonnyo, his eldest son, and passed away on November 8, 1440 at the age of 65.
  675. In 1436, he was also involved in the project of Kenminsen (envoy ships dispatched to Ming China).
  676. In 1436, he wrote "Kintosho" (The Book of Golden Island), but his whereabouts and other details of his life remain unclear.
  677. In 1437, he took over the family after his father retired, but became ill with an incurable disease and handed over the reign to his son Takatane (later Takatane spelled in a different kanji character) and retired in seclusion but died from the illness.
  678. In 1437, he was appointed to Ukone no daisho (the major captain of the right division of inner palace guards).
  679. In 1438, Yoshinori ASHIKAGA conferred a yakata-go title to the Masuda clan, who was a prominent local samurai in Iwami Province, for their achievements in quelling rebellions and riots in the Kinai region.
  680. In 1438, he became Naidaijin (Minister of the Center) (1438-1441).
  681. In 1438, he lived in seclusion in Kirikoshi, Nukata district, Mikawa Province (present Kirikoshi-cho, Okazaki City, Aichi Prefecture).
  682. In 1438, when Mochiuji rose in the Eikyo War to attack Norizane UESUGI, who was a heir of Norimoto, Tadamasa NAGAO sheltered Norizane in the Kozuke-Hirai-jo castle and rose in arms to attack Mochiuji.
  683. In 1439 the edition of Shin Shoku Kokin Waka Shu was completed, which was the last edition of Chokusen Waka Shu. (twenty one volumes)
  684. In 1439, Norizane attacked Eian-ji Temple against his will, and Mochiuji and Yoshihisa killed themselves (Eikyo War).
  685. In 1440 he became the Samurai-dokoro Tonin, Head of the Board of Retainers.
  686. In 1440, Mochiyori was killed in the field to Yamato Province under the order from Yoshinori ASHIKAGA, who promoted a shogunal dictatorship.
  687. In 1440, Zuikei Shuho assumed the post of the chief priest of Sokoku-ji Temple and, subsequently in 1446, was made the Inju (the chief of the temple) of Shokoku-ji Temple Rokuon-in whereby being appointed as Soroku (the highest-ranking priest of the Gozan, the leader of the Zen sect).
  688. In 1440, he succeeded his older brother Nobuhide, who had died from a disease, to the family headship.
  689. In 1440, he was appointed to Naidaijin (minister of the Interior).
  690. In 1440, the Yuki clan led Mochiuji's bereaved child and raised an army against the bakufu (Yujki War).
  691. In 1440, when the Yuki War started in the Kanto region, he departed for the front to subdue the Ochi clan of Yamato Province by order of Yoshinori.
  692. In 1441, Mitsusuke AKAMATSU and his son Noriyasu AKAMATSU deliberately murdered the sixth Shogun Yoshinori ASHIKAGA at a feast celebrating the victory of the Yuki War, leading to the Kakitsu War.
  693. In 1441, Mochitoyo YAMANA, or Sozen YAMANA, served successfully as a supreme commander for the subjugation of the Akamatsu clan after Yoshinori ASHIKAGA was assassinated by Mitsusuke AKAMATSU in the Kakitsu War.
  694. In 1441, Yoshinori ASHIKAGA was assassinated in Kakitsu War.
  695. In 1441, after his father, Yoshinori, was killed by Mitsusuke AKAMATSU in the Kakitsu War, his older brother by the same mother, Yoshikatsu ASHIKAGA, was installed as the Shogun.
  696. In 1441, the sixth Ashikaga Shogun, Yoshinori, was assassinated by Mitsusuke AKAMATSU and his son during the Kakitsu Rebellion.
  697. In 1441, when Mitsusuke AKAMATSU organized a feast celebrating the victory in the Yuki War, Mochiyo attended with Yoshinori, but was gravely injured in the Kakitsu War which took place at this time and died of his wounds on July 28.
  698. In 1441, when the Kakitsu War began and his nephew Yoshitaka ASHIKAGA was backed up by Mitsusuke AKAMATSU during the war, Yoshitaka's younger brother Yoshimasa ASHIKAGA (secular name) was beheaded and his head was sent to Kyoto at the end of July, since Kenchin resigned as the head of Rokuon-in Temple.
  699. In 1442, he resigned from Udaisho (major captain of the right division of inner palace guards).
  700. In 1443 he adopted Hirotaka YAMANA's daughter and had her marry Norihiro OUCHI, and had another of Hirotaka's daughters marry Katsumoto HOSOKAWA in 1447, the Kanrei (shogunal deputy), creating a bond between his family and the Ouchi and Hosokawa clans.
  701. In 1443, the "Conspiracy of Kinketsu" occurred in which surviving retainers of the Southern Court forced their way into the Gosho (Imperial Palace) to steal the Jingi.
  702. In 1443, the Second Southern Court forces made a night attack on the Tsuchimikado Palace and Emperor Gohanazono escaped, then the Kinketsu Disturbance occurred and one of three sacred emblems of the Imperial Family was stolen.
  703. In 1444
  704. In 1444, Suketo was appointed as Sangi (councilor) and, in 1458, was awarded the rank of Juichii (Junior First Rank) as well as Jun-daijin (Vice Minister).
  705. In 1445 he celebrated his attainment of manhood and was conferred to Jibushoyu (Junior Assistant Minister of the Ministry of Civil Administration) in Jugoinoge (Junior Fifth Rank, Lower Grade).
  706. In 1445, at 16 years of age, he became a kanrei (a shogunal deputy) and took over from Mochikuni (Tokumoto) HATAKEYAMA; from that point onward, he continued to influence the shogunate administration by serving as a kanrei at three different times for a total of 23 years.
  707. In 1445, he was born as a child of Kinari TOKUDAIJI.
  708. In 1446, a dispute about the heir arose within the Rokkaku clan, one of the major families of the Sasaki clan, and Mochikiyo helped Hisayori ROKKAKU and subdued the dispute by the order of the Bakufu.
  709. In 1446, he was appointed to Naidaijin (minister of the Interior), and assumed Sakone no daisho (the major captain of the left division of inner palace guards) additionally in the next year.
  710. In 1447, Eijuoumaru and Noritada UESUGI moved to Kamakura, and Noritada was appointed to Kanto Kanrei.
  711. In 1447, the post was restored when Mochiuji's son Nariuji ASHIKAGA was allowed to take the post of Kamakura kubo by the bakufu.
  712. In 1447, when Mochiuji's bereaved child, Shigeuji ASHIKAGA, became Kanto-kubo, Norizane's first son, Noritada UESUGI returned to secular life and took the post of Kanto Kanrei.
  713. In 1448, he became Zoei Shokei (a high-ranking court noble for construction), and was appointed to a post at Konoefu and a post at Meryo (the section that takes care of the imperial horses) in 1454.
  714. In 1448, he became a priest at the age of forty-four.
  715. In 1448, he had a fight with the Naganokudo family over the territory.
  716. In 1448, he resigned from Sakone no daisho alone.
  717. In 1448, he was appointed to Jugoinojo (Junior Fifth Rank, Upper Grade), Uemon no suke (Assistant Captain of the Right Division of Outer Palace Guards).
  718. In 1449, at age 35, Rennyo went to Hokuriku with his father Zonnyo.
  719. In 1449, he was appointed Samuraidokoro no tuskasa (a samurai post), where he remained until 1466.
  720. In 1450 during the Muromachi period, Katsumoto HOSOKAWA founded Ryuan-ji Temple on the site after receiving the villa from the Tokudaiji family.
  721. In 1450 he became a Buddhist monk, taking the name Soho.
  722. In 1450 he became a buddhist monk and handed over the reigns of the family to his son Noritoyo.
  723. In 1450, Mochisuke YANADA seized Nagao-go, Kamakura District, Sagami Province (now Nagaodai, Sakae Ward, Yokohama City) from NAGAO clan by the order of Shigeuji ASHIKAGA.
  724. In 1450, he was awarded Juichii (Junior First Rank), but resigned from Udaijin within the same year.
  725. In 1451, Norichika ISSHIKI died young at the age of thirty-three and, as he had no heir, Yoshinao, who belonged to the direct line of descents inherited the head of the family, thereby fulfilling Yoshitsura's wish of the ishin.
  726. In 1451, he was conferred to Shoshii (Senior Fourth Rank) and appointed to Sangi (councilor).
  727. In 1452, he became a Daijo daijin (Grand minister of state) (1452-1453).
  728. In 1452, he counted on the Ouchi family and stayed there, and he died at the age of 57 in Dainei-ji Temple in Nagato Province.
  729. In 1453, he passed away.
  730. In 1453, he was conferred to Shonii (Senior Second Rank).
  731. In 1453, on his second trip to China, he served as a government official aboard a ship jointly arranged by Tonomine-dera and Hase-dera Temples, both branch temples of Kofuku-ji Temple, and had his son Mototsugu also join the crew.
  732. In 1454 Yoshihiro managed to defeat Yasaburo, but Yasaburo, supported the Tsutsui clan, local bushi from the Province of Yamato, and the Hosokawa clan, was pardoned by Yoshimasa and returned to Kyoto in September while Yoshihiro fled to Iga.
  733. In 1454 he had a dispute with the eighth Shogun, Yoshimasa ASHIKAGA, over the position of the Akamatsu family and resigned from governmental affairs, taking up residence in Tajima.
  734. In 1454, he inherited the family estate.
  735. In 1454, he passed away.
  736. In 1455 Kamakura kubo Shigeuji ASHIKAGA was attacked by Noritada IMAGAWA by order of Shogun Yoshimasa ASHIKAGA and ran away to domain of Shimousa-Koga.
  737. In 1455 the Emperor gave Shinno senge (title Prince by Imperial order) to the direct line of Imperial descent, Kidera no Miya for the purpose of reconstruction.
  738. In 1455, Imamairi gave birth to a baby girl.
  739. In 1455, Mochikuni died from illness, having been unable to end the fighting.
  740. In 1455, he became Daijo daijin (Grand minister of state) (1455-1457).
  741. In 1455, he defended Koga Imperial Palace, following Shigeuji ASHIKAGA.
  742. In 1455, however, Mochiuji based himself at Koga-jo Castle in Shimousa Province and retained his power independently there ever since he was called Koga-kubo.
  743. In 1455, internal strife within the Chiba clan, the head family of the To clan, broke out in Shimotsuke Province, and as ordered by Yoshimasa ASHIKAGA, the Barbarian-subduing General, Tsuneyori supported the bereaved children of Tanekata Chiba, Sanetaka and Yoritaka, and fought in the Kanto area.
  744. In 1456 his older brother, Emperor Gohanazono gave permission for him to name 'Fushimidono Gosho' (Fushimidono) after that he was named Fushinomiya.
  745. In 1456, Masasue ANDO and his son Tadasue defeated Hidekiyo KASAI who was ruling 'Kahokusenmachi' (河北千町), and set up their home base there.
  746. In 1456, Shigeuji left Kamakura to attack Kozuke Province, which was a main domain of UESUGI clan, and stayed at the Koan-ji temple in Fuchu, Musashi Province.
  747. In 1456, Yukitsune succeeded to the position of family head at the time of his father Tsunenobu KIKKAWA's death.
  748. In 1457 after the Choroku Incident occurred when Akamatsu clan's remaining aides, who lost in battle during the Kakitsu War, took away the sacred jewel (Shinji, Magatama) and fought against the Second Southern Court to exterminate them, during the following year the three sacred jewels were handed over to the Northern Court.
  749. In 1457, he became Jusanmi (Junior 3rd Rank) and was raised to Kugyo.
  750. In 1457, surviving retainers of the Akamatsu clan regained the sacred jewel, one of the Three Sacred Treasures of the Imperial Family, and thanks to this achievement, the clan could be restored in the generation of Masanori AKAMATSU (grandchild of Yoshimasa) in the age of Yoshimasa ASHIKAGA (the Choroku Incident).
  751. In 1457, the Ainu tribes, led by the great Ainu chieftain Kosamaynu, rose in revolt, engaging in battle with the Kakizaki clan and with Nobuhiro TAKEDA.
  752. In 1458 he was pardoned and returned to Kyoto.
  753. In 1458, Yoshimasa, the shogun, tried to intervene between Jochi and Yoshitoshi but even so, the conflict between the two did not settle.
  754. In 1458, he was conferred to Junii (Junior Second Rank).
  755. In 1459 Yasaburo died from illness, and his younger brother, Masanaga HATAKEYAMA, was put forward as a successor, continuing the dispute with Yoshihiro.
  756. In 1459 he celebrated his attainment of adulthood at the age of 15 and entered government service as Jushiinoge (Junior Fourth Rank, Lower Grade) Konoefu (Inner Palace Guards).
  757. In 1459, Yoshimasa's legal wife Tomiko HINO gave birth to a child, although it died soon after, giving rise to a rumor that it had been cursed by Imamairi no tsubone.
  758. In 1459, Yoshitoshi SHIBA, the head of the Shiba clan, was removed from his position as head of the clan by Yoshimasa ASHIKAGA, the 8th shogun of the Ashikaga shogunate who was angry about the conflict between Yoshitoshi and Jochi KAI, the shugodai (deputy military governor) and the vassal of the SHIBA clan.
  759. In 1459, Yoshitoshi was ordered to form an army by Yoshimasa ASHIKAGA to rescue Masatomo ASHIKAGA, the Horigoe Kubo (shogunal deputy based in Horigoe).
  760. In 1459, a nation-wide drought, the Kyotoku war in the Kanto region, and a typhoon that struck the Kinai area triggered a famine in Japan that mainly affected the western part of the country.
  761. In 1460, he was appointed mandokoro shitsuji.
  762. In 1460, he was appointed to Naidaijin (minister of the interior), resigned Sakone no daisho (the major captain of the left division of inner palace guards) in the same year, and was appointed to Udaijin (minister of the right) in 1461.
  763. In 1460, there was a power struggle between Masanaga HATAKEYAMA and a member of the same clan Yoshinari HATAKEYAMA.
  764. In 1460, when Zenpo was seven years old, he visited Jinson Daijoin Monzeki Temple accompanied by Zenchiku.
  765. In 1461 he became Gon Dainagon (a provisional chief councilor of state) and was made Junii (Junior Second Rank) in 1462.
  766. In 1461, Yoriyuki HOSOKAWA invited Hijirinaka Eiko to found a temple.
  767. In 1461, after Matsuomaru was disinherited, Yoshikado succeeded him as the head of the Shiba clan by order of the shogun Yoshimasa ASHIKAGA as he descended from the Ashikaga clan as well as the Shiba clan, and his great-grandmother was the daughter of Yoshiyuki SHIBA.
  768. In 1461, he killed Mochikuni and his son Jiro, who attempted to defect to the enemy again.
  769. In 1461, he took over the post of shugo (provincial constable) of Suruga Province, when his father Noritada became dangerously ill.
  770. In 1461, struggling with severe famine, many refugees fled to the city, which only worsened the situation.
  771. In 1461the Emperor gave Shino senge (title Prince by Imperial order) to Tokiwai no Miya to maintain the legitimate Daikaku-ji Imperial line.
  772. In 1462, a descendant of Imaonosukune, Hikogoro Tanenari MIBU, was appointed to Mibu, Shimotsuke Province, and calling on the divine spirit of IMAO no Sukune from the shrine, enshrined it together in the local Fujinomori-jinja Shrine, and changed its name to Ogoto-jinja Shrine (Mibu-machi).
  773. In 1462, he won the recognition of the 8th shogun, Yoshimasa ASHIKAGA, after painting the fusuma-e (images drawn or painted on fusuma) of Shosen-ken in Kyoto Shokoku-ji Temple and in the following year, in 1463, he became the official painter of the shogun family as the successor of Shubun.
  774. In 1463, Gakusan-jo Castle fell and Yoshihiro fled from Kishu to Yoshino.
  775. In 1463, He died at the age of 76.
  776. In 1464 he renounced the cloth as requested by his older brother Yoshimasa, who had no son, called himself Yoshimi and became his brother's successor.
  777. In 1464, he began to think about retiring.
  778. In 1464, he resigned Udaijin.
  779. In 1464, the year before Yoshihisa was born, his father Yoshimasa adopted Yoshimi ASHIKAGA, Yoshihisa's uncle, because Yoshimasa had trouble fathering a biological child.
  780. In 1464, when Yoshimasa's legal wife, Tomiko HINO, gave birth to a boy (Yoshihisa ASHIKAGA), Sadachika became his menoto (a foster father).
  781. In 1465 Hirofusa's older brother Hiromasa SUE was killed in a battle at the age of 21, and Hirofusa took over as head of the family.
  782. In 1465 he became head of the family following the death of his father, Norihiro OUCHI.
  783. In 1465 the Otani Hongan-ji Temple was destroyed by monk-soldiers from Enryaku-ji Temple Saito (West Tower).
  784. In 1465, Otani Hongwan-ji Temple was destroyed by priest soldiers of Mt. Hieizan.
  785. In 1465, Yoshimasa ASHIKAGA's wife, Tomiko HINO, gave birth to a son and, wanting him to become Shogun, approached Sozen.
  786. In 1465, due to a conflict between Rennyo, who had succeeded the Hongan-ji Temple, and Enryaku-ji Temple, which was the main temple, religious persecution occurred during the Kansei era and Otani Hongan-ji Temple was destroyed.
  787. In 1465, he was conferred the title of Junsangu (honorary title next to the three empresses) by Imperial proclamation.
  788. In 1466 he inherited the headship of the Kujo family due to his older brother Masatada's retirement.
  789. In 1466, Kanto Kanrei (Shogun's deputy in the Kanto region) Norizane UESUGI, who had grown weary from political strife and wandered the country, died at the temple.
  790. In 1466, Toshihiro and his younger brother Hirochika ODA went to the capital (Kyoto) at the request of Yamana-nyudo (lay-monk) (an unpopular nickname), who was engaged to Toshihiro's daughter.
  791. In 1466, Yoshimasa ASHIKAGA's biological son Yoshihisa ASHIKAGA was born, and a race for succession to the primary leadership started in the shogun family of Ashikaga.
  792. In 1466, he conspired with Katsumoto to remove Sadachika ISE, the head of the Mandokoro, and Shinzui Kikei, in an incident called the Bunsho Coup.
  793. In 1466, he was promoted to Juichii (Junior First Rank), and in 1472, he became a priest at the age of fifty-one, leaving the political world.
  794. In 1466, she gave birth to another son, who was named Yoshihisa ASHIKAGA.
  795. In 1467 Masanaga HATAKEYAMA was replaced as Kanrei by Yamana's ally, Yoshikado SHIBA.
  796. In 1467 the Onin War erupted in connection with the problems concerning the succession to the headship of the Ashikaga Shogun family as well as the succession to the headships of the Hatakeyama and Shiba families.
  797. In 1467 when the Onin War occurred in Kyoto, the Emperor escaped to Muromachi Mansion together with Emperor Gotsuchimikado.
  798. In 1467, Shokoku-ji temple became the camp for the Hosokawa clan during the Onin War and was burnt down.
  799. In 1467, Suketo entered the priesthood and took up the Buddhist name of Seiyo.
  800. In 1467, he was awarded the rank of Juichii (Junior First Rank).
  801. In 1467, the Onin War broke out, and Yoshitada IMAGAWA, the Shugo (Governor) of Suruga, came to Kyoto to join the eastern army.
  802. In 1467, the following year, when the Onin War began, Takatada, along with Mochikiyo, led 10,000 soldiers to join the Eastern Camp including Katsumoto HOSOKAWA, overpowering the Western Camp including Takayori ROKKAKU and subsequently building Nyoigatake-jo Castle in Yamashiro Province.
  803. In 1467, when the Onin War erupted, Tsunemoto belonged to the eastern army led by Katsumoto HOSOKAWA and was engaged in fierce and mortal combat with troops led by Sozen YAMANA of the western army inside the capital, earning great renown for his bravery across all parts of the country.
  804. In 1467, when the Onin no Ran (Rebellion of Onin) broke out, Mochikiyo joined the East forces led by Katsumoto HOSOKAWA along with Takatada TAGA to lead some 10,000 soldiers in battle against the West forces at Shioya, Keikain, in the capital city, and at Ichijo-omiya.
  805. In 1468 he became Shonii (Senior Second Rank) Minister of the Right at the age of 24, Minister of the Left in 1475, and Juichii (Junior First Rank) Kanpaku, Toshi choja (chief adviser to the Emperor, head of the Fujiwara clan) at the age of 32 in 1476.
  806. In 1468, Katsumoto HOSOKAWA, who commanded the Eastern Army, became Kanrei.
  807. In 1468, he passed away.
  808. In 1468, he sailed to Ming Dynasty China with a mission.
  809. In 1468, he visited Shinran's monuments in the Northern and Eastern provinces.
  810. In 1468, he was killed by Toshikage ASAKURA.
  811. In 1469, Iezumi went to Nitta no Sho in pursuit of Saburo Shigekane IWAMATSU (the founder of the Gokan clan), one of Mochikuni's sons and the successor of the KEICHO clan.
  812. In 1469, Junnyo persuaded the Onjo-ji Temple, which was declining in power but still strong enough to go against Enryaku-ji Temple, to build Kensho-ji Temple at Otsu Minami Bessho.
  813. In 1469, Nisshu (the eighth abbot, also known as Jonin TOKI) journeyed to the capital, whereupon Katsumoto HOSOKAWA of Danetsu gave him donations of land to build temples on Shijo-dori and Nishikikoji-dori Avenues and on Marikoji and Tomikoji Streets.
  814. In 1469, Takatada temporarily conquered the headquarters of the Rokkaku clan Kannonji-jo Castle and was awarded a citation directly from Seii taishogun (literally, "great general who subdues the eastern barbarians") Yoshimasa ASHIKAGA.
  815. In 1469, he was born as a child of Kinatsu SANJO.
  816. In 1469, under the auspices of Onjo-ji Temple, he built Kensho-ji Temple in Otsu Minami Bessho, and he enshrined the statue of the founder at the temple with Junnyo as the chief priest.
  817. In 1470 during the Muromachi period, the temple was destroyed by fire in a battle, but it was restored.
  818. In 1470, Masahiro's uncle Noriyuki OUCHI (another name Doton OUCHI) raised a rebellion against Masahiro who had been stayed away from home due to an extended stay in Kyoto.
  819. In 1470, he constructed Tsuda-jo Castle at Mt. Kunimi in Katano County, Kawachi Province.
  820. In 1471, Renjo's father Rennyo embarked on a trip of missionary work to Hokuriku region to escape from the political pressure of Enryaku-ji Temple, whereupon he started to propagate from Yoshizaki Gobo and Honsen-ji Temple and spent his time there.
  821. In 1471, Rennyo escaped from Kyoto to Omi in order to avoid trouble, and moved to Yoshizaki Gobo in Echizen (Fukui Prefecture).
  822. In 1471, Takakage ASAKURA (the seventh family head of the Asakura clan), one of the powerful vassals, went over to the eastern army, and the bakufu (Japanese shogun-led feudal government) hunted him down.
  823. In 1471, Toshikage ASAKURA betrayed and turned to the East Camp.
  824. In 1471, he became Gon Dainagon.
  825. In 1471, he performed kokin denju (teaching about interpretation of Kokinwakashu) to Sogi, a poet.
  826. In 1471, he resigned from his position and joined priesthood.
  827. In 1471, he was born in Kyoto as a son of Masatsugu NIJO.
  828. In 1471, however, Takakage who went over to the eastern army employed strong-arm tactics against Yoshitoshi in Echizen Province.
  829. In 1472 there were truce negotiations, but they failed due to the protests of Masanori AKAMATSU, and in May Sozen tried to commit suicide.
  830. In 1472, he celebrated his Coming of Age ceremony in Nara, where he had been taking shelter during the Rebellion at Onin.
  831. In 1472, partly due to Hiromori's activities, he drove Noriyuki into committing suicide, and brought the war under control.
  832. In 1473 he died of disease, aged 69.
  833. In 1473, Kitagawa-dono gave birth to a son, Tatsuomaru (who later took the name Ujichika IMAGAWA).
  834. In 1473, Rennyo wrote in the "Jogai Ofumi," a collection of letters, as follows:
  835. In 1473, Sozen and Katsumoto successively died, respectively on March 18 and May 11, and on December 19 Yoshimasa retired, handing over the Shogunate to Yoshihisa.
  836. In 1473, as Sozen passed away in the middle of the Onin War, Masatoyo made peace with Masamoto HOSOKAWA of the Eastern camp.
  837. In 1473, at the age of only 8, he inherited the headship of the family from Katsumoto, who had died of an illness during the Onin War.
  838. In 1473, he assumed a post of deputy steward of the office of administration.
  839. In 1473, he had his coming-of-age ceremony because Sozen YAMANA and Katsumoto HOSOKAWA had died in quick succession.
  840. In 1473, he was appointed to a post at Konoefu (headquarters of the inner palace guards) at the rank of Jusanmi (Junior Third Rank), becoming a kugyo.
  841. In 1473, their legitimate child, Tatsuomaru (Ujichika) was born.
  842. In 1473, when the West Army's Mochitoyo (Sozen) YAMANA and the East Army's Katsumoto HOSOKAWA both died Yoshimasa took this opportunity to hand over his position as the Shogun to his son, Yoshihisa ASHIKAGA, in December, and he officially retired.
  843. In 1474, because of an internal strife within the Togashi Clan of Kaga Province he received a request to support Masachika TOGASHI.
  844. In 1474, he made peace with Masatoyo YAMANA of the western forces.
  845. In 1474, the Yi-Dynasty issued Gafu to the Muromachi bakufu.
  846. In 1475, Rennyo withdrew Yoshizaki Gobo in order to calm the unrest, and he undertook aggressive missionary work based in Deguchi of Kawachi (Osaka Prefecture).
  847. In 1475, he had his older brother Ine FURUICHI retire from active life, and leaving temple life himself, he inherited the position of head of the family.
  848. In 1475, he met shogun Yoshihisa ASHIKAGA, and in the same year, he went down Totomi Province with the Kai clan, who became the governor of Totomi Province, and battled against Yoshitada IMAGAWA who invaded this province.
  849. In 1476, after the Hana-no-Gosho residence (in Kamigyo Ward, Kyoto City) was burned down in the war, she moved to the Ogawa-Gosho residence (in Horikawa, Kamigyo Ward).
  850. In 1476, at the Battle of Shiouri-zaka in Totomi Province, Yoshitada IMAGAWA was attacked and killed by the western army's Yokichi and Katsumata clans, who served the Governor of Totomi, Yoshikado SHIBA.
  851. In 1476, his father Yoshitada was attacked and killed during riots in Totomi Province.
  852. In 1476, however, when Rennyo and Masachika TOGASHI, the provincial constable of Kaga Province, came into conflict, Renko joined his father who was then in Yoshizaki Gobo (the first permanently fortified temple, founded by Rennyo in 1471), and left Kaga once.
  853. In 1476, the local lords of Totomi Province, Hidekuni YOKOCHI and Katsumata Shuri no suke (勝間田修理亮) colluded with the Shiba clan and renovated Mitsuke-jo Castle to fight against Yoshitada.
  854. In 1477, after the death of his father Yukitsune KIKKAWA, he became the head of the Kikkawa clan (however, since he commanded the Kikkawa army as head before Yukitsune's death, it is possible that the position of head of the family had been conferred on him before this time).
  855. In 1477, he returned to Kyoto with his father, Kaneyoshi.
  856. In 1477, on behalf of the followers of the Nichiren sect in Kyoto, the monk Nichii had his cremated bones divided up among Nichiren believers, thereby securing the conversion of Myozen KUSURIYA to the Nichiren sect and erecting Doichiu temple in Shirikiraya-machi on Ichijo Avenue, earning the nickname Kansai Minobu.
  857. In 1477, the Korean Dynasty planned to impose denso (rice field tax) on kokyowa, but they canceled this plan because they worried about the reoccurrence of wako activities.
  858. In 1478, Nagaoki was appointed to the Jibusho (the Ministry of Civil Administration).
  859. In 1478, Rennyo moved from Deguchi to Yamashina and began to build Hongwan-ji Temple in January of the next year.
  860. In 1478, Toshisada was newly appointed Owari no kuni shugodai by the bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun), and Toshihiro, who was a direct descendant of the Oda clan, was treated as a rioter along with Yoshikado SHIBA.
  861. In 1478, he began construction of priest housing in Yamashina.
  862. In 1478, he was invited by Tadamasa SHIMAZU to become a chief priest of the Shoko-ji Temple in Osumi Province and the Ryugen-ji Temple in Hyuga Province.
  863. In 1478, his father, Yoshinao, was allowed to enter the service of the bakufu and, thanks to his support, Yoshiharu was involved in the administration by the bakufu but died on October 2, 1484.
  864. In 1478, the bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun) appointed Toshisada to the shugodai of Owari in place of the 'Oda Isenokami family' and ordered him to 'exterminate rebels' (the bakufu regarded Yoshiyasu SHIBA and Toshihiro ODA of the West Squad as rebels).
  865. In 1478, upon coming of age, he was granted permission to use a part of the name of the retired Shogun, Yoshimasa ASHIKAGA, and started to call himself Masamoto.
  866. In 1478, which was the date in which Mikawa Province was given up, Yoshinao served the bakufu again and acted as guardian for Yoshiharu, but Yoshiharu died young in 1484 at the age of nineteen and only the shugoshiki for Tango Province was given to Yoshinao again.
  867. In 1479 at the age of 35 he resigned Kanpaku, Uji no choja (common clan chieftain) and gave up all government posts, and in 1582 he yielded the headship to his son Hisatsune.
  868. In 1479, at the request of Moritoki ISE, the shogunate handed a confidential letter directly to Moritoki, granted permission for Tatsuo-maru's succession to the family headship, in the name of the former Seii Taishogun (literally, "great general who subdues the barbarians") Yoshimasa ASHIKAGA.
  869. In 1479, the former Shogun, Yoshimasa, sent a Naisho, or confidential letter, approving Tatsuomaru's inheritance of the family headship.
  870. In 1480 he became a shobanshu (officials who accompany the Shogun).
  871. In 1480 he invited the artist, Sogi, and held linked verse gatherings.
  872. In 1480, Nikkyo of Juhon-ji Temple wrote 'Hyakugojikkajo' and quoted Nika Sojo in the book.
  873. In 1480, he was appointed to Udaijin (minister of the right).
  874. In 1481, Kyogo (later renamed Renkyo), who was to succeed as the fourteenth head priest, became devoted to Rennyo of Hongan-ji Temple and established a new 'Kosho-ji Temple' in Nishino of Yamashina before returning to Hongan-ji Temple that was in Yamashina at the time along with influential branch temples.
  875. In 1481, a few years after the tumultuous Onin War (1467 - 1477), which had lasted for a decade, Sotan, the official painter for the Muromachi shogunate, died; thus it is thought that Masanobu KANO was appointed as the official painter for the shogunate, succeeding Sotan.
  876. In 1481, after Junnyo was involved in the internal problems of the Bukko-ji School, who were in the same Jodo Shinshu, he was made the executive of the believers of the same religious school, such as Kyogo (later renamed Renkyo) in order to be accepted by Hongan-ji Temple.
  877. In 1481, he became Naidaijin (Minister of the Center, 1481 ? 1485).
  878. In 1481, he wrote 'The Family Tree of the Shiba clan' that contains the achievements of the direct descendants of the Shiba clan and the stories of his succession to the clan leadership.
  879. In 1482, Hiromori was involved in an accident and killed at a banquet by Nobuyori YOSHIMI who had borne a grudge against Hiromori.
  880. In 1482, Nikkyo (日叶) of Juhon-ji Temple submitted to Taiseki-ji Temple and changed his name to Nikkyo (日教).
  881. In 1482, Suketo died at age 66.
  882. In 1482, a dispute concerning the legitimate line of Nichiren sect occurred and shuron (discussion about religious theories) was held at Kiyosu-jo Castle in order to settle it.
  883. In 1482, he became Jusanmi (Junior 3rd Rank) and was raised to Kugyo.
  884. In 1482, he built Higashiyama sanso villa (Higashiyama-dono), and he built Jisho-ji Temple based on the Rokuon-ji Temple that was built by his grandfather, Yoshimitsu ASHIKAGA.
  885. In 1482, he went to fight again in Kawachi under the bakufu's (Japanese feudal govvernment headed by a shogun) command, and at the request of Masanori AKAMATSU he led an expedition to Harima in 1487.
  886. In 1482, his older brother Hiromori SUE, unexpectedly died at the young age of 28, and as his children were still young, Hiroaki returned to the original family name of Sue and used the name of Sue Hyogo no kami (Sue, the head of the armory).
  887. In 1482, the 14th head of the Bukkoji School of Jodo Shinshu Sect, Kyogo, was embraced by Rennyo, the eighth head of Hongan-ji Temple, and built Kosho-ji Temple in Yamashina.
  888. In 1482, the Gafu came into effect when the first King of Japan envoy carrying Gafu had diplomatic relations with the Yi-Dynasty.
  889. In 1482, the former Shogun, Yoshimasa ASHIKAGA, started the construction of Higashiyama dono (the predecessor of Ginkaku-ji Temple), and Masanobu took charge of the screen paintings.
  890. In 1483 he chose 100 poems from 100 poets for a new anthology of waka poems entitled the "Shin Hyakunin-Isshu."
  891. In 1483, Konparu-za lost Genshiro HIYOSHI, who was the Dayu's cousin and a competent supporting performer, to Kanze-za at Yoshimasa's direction.
  892. In 1483, Rennyo, the eighth chief priest founded the temple in Yamashina (Yamashina Ward, Kyoto City).
  893. In 1483, Shigemune DATE visited the capital to present gold dust, swords and horses to then-shogun, Yoshimasa ASHIKAGA, and his lawful wife, Tomiko HINO.
  894. In 1483, Soun was appointed civil servant to Shogun Yoshihisa ASHIKAGA.
  895. In 1483, halls such as 御影堂, Amida-do were completed, along with the main house.
  896. In 1483, he was in charge of the partition wall paintings of the Higashiyama mountain retreat built by Yoshimasa ASHIKAGA.
  897. In 1483, peace was established between the Koga Kubo, Shigeuji, and the Kanto Kanrei (Shogun's deputy), Uesugi.
  898. In 1483, taking advantage of the infighting of the Akamatsu family, Masatoyo sent troops to Harima in order to seize back the territory.
  899. In 1484, he had Daigengu (a Shinto chapel) built in his residence in order to worship gods of various places across Japan.
  900. In 1484, he was transferred and made the chief priest of Soju-in Temple (the founder's pagoda), a temple in which Muso Soseki, the founder of Shokoku-ji Temple, was enshrined.
  901. In 1484, it was restored in its current location, as the guardian deity birthplace in Inouchi.
  902. In 1484, she entered the court of Imperial Prince Katsuhito (later Emperor Gokashiwabara).
  903. In 1484, the bakufu commanded that the punitive force be dispatched against Tsunehisa AMAGO, which was joined by the Mitoya clan.
  904. In 1484, when his elder brother, named Yoshiharu ISSHIKI, died suddenly, he was suddenly called upon to succeed him as head of the Isshiki clan.
  905. In 1485, he became Gon Chunagon (a provisional vice-councilor of state).
  906. In 1485, he changed his name to Yoshihiro, in the same year, his father Yoshitoshi became a priest so he succeeded him as the shugo (provincial military governor) of Owari Province and Totomi Province.
  907. In 1485, local samurais and farmers in Minami-Yamashiro gathered in Byodoin Temple in Uji to conduct a conference.
  908. In 1486, he became a priest and called himself Jukan, titled Bunketsuken, and assisted Tokimoto OMIYA, his son.
  909. In 1486, he headed to Ki'i.
  910. In 1487 he changed his name to Yoshihiro.
  911. In 1487 he made Hiroomi MADA, a vassal, participate on his behalf in the the 9th Shogun, Yoshihisa ASHIKAGA's subjugation of the Rokkaku clan of Omi Province.
  912. In 1487, Kitagawa-dono and Tatsuo-maru asked Shinkuro Moritoki ISE, who was then serving Shogun Yoshihisa ASHIKAGA in Kyoto, for help.
  913. In 1487, Soun went to Suruga once again to assist Tatsuomaru, at the same time gathering allies at Ishiwaki-jo Castle.
  914. In 1487, Yoshinobu served in a war waged by Yoshihisa ASHIKAGA against Takayori ROKKAKU in Omi Province, and in 1491, Yoshinobu served again in a war waged by Yoshitane ASHIKAGA against the same enemy.
  915. In 1487, although he returned to Honsen-ji Temple, which was restored, it is said that he didn't improve and wasn't well enough to see Rennyo when the latter was in critical condition in 1499.
  916. In 1487, he became Sadaijin (Minister of the Left, 1487 ? 1493).
  917. In 1487, he followed Yoshihiro and took the position at Omi Sakamoto together with the successor of the 'Oda Isenokami family' Hirohiro ODA as a member of the bakufu's force to conquer Takayori ROKKAKU (Chokyo-Entoku Wars).
  918. In 1487, he moved Honsen-ji Temple to Wakamatsu no sho, Kawakita County (present Kanazawa City, Ishikawa Prefecture).
  919. In 1487, he resided at Toji-ji Temple, and in 1490, he was ordered to become a Seishi (senior envoy) of Kenminshi (Japanese envoys to the Ming Dynasty, China), however, he turned it down.
  920. In 1487, when Yoshihisa ASHIKAGA attacked to Takayori ROKKAKU, Yoshihiro SHIBA joined this war as Yoshihisa side with 8,000 of soldiers on the sake of showing his loyalty for bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by shogun) and appealed them to recover Echizen Province, however they refused his require.
  921. In 1488, Masatoyo was defeated by Masanori (at the Battle of Sakamoto), losing his clout in Harima.
  922. In 1488, Nichishin (Hokke sect Shinmon school) erected Honryu-ji Temple (Kyoto Prefecture).
  923. In 1488, Nikkyo wrote 'Ruiju Kanshushi' and quoted Nika Sojo there.
  924. In 1488, Tamekuni MISAWA was defeated by Tsunehisa AMAGO and came under the control of the Amago clan.
  925. In 1488, Toshisada went to Owari along with Yoshihiro and advanced into Aichi County (Aichi Prefecture) of the 'Oda Isenokami family' taking the advantage of confusion.
  926. In 1488, a riot group established a republic, 'a country ruled by farmers,' in Kaga Province.
  927. In 1488, after the Ikko ikki destroyed the shugo (military governor) of Kaga Province, Masachika TOGASHI, society learned of their great power.
  928. In 1488, he appointed Hisatoyo YUKI to be shugo of Omi Province.
  929. In 1488, he became Kanpaku Naidaijin (Chief advisor to the Emperor and Minister of the Interior).
  930. In 1488, he built Honryu-ji Temple at Shijo Omiya in Kyoto, and he later preached his doctrine mainly in the Hokuriku region.
  931. In 1488, he was appointed as the Renga Master of Kitano Shrine and became the leading figure in renga circles in both name and reality.
  932. In 1488, he was awarded Jugoinojo (Junior Fifth Rank, Upper Grade).
  933. In 1488, the battle of Sugayahara broke out around this castle.
  934. In 1488, the people of Kaga expelled the shugo (provincial constable), Masachika TOGASHI, and formed the monto-ryogoku (territory of followers).
  935. In 1488, when Masachika raised an army for subjugation of the revolt, they destroyed the army instead (Revolt of the Chokyo era).
  936. In 1489, Nikkyo wrote 'Rokunin Ryugi Haryu Shoshiki' and quoted Nika Sojo there.
  937. In 1489, Rennyo was 75.
  938. In 1489, Yoshihisa died while making an expedition to subdue Takayori ROKKAKU, which was followed by Yoshimasa's death.
  939. In 1489, he became Gon Dainagon (provisional major councilor).
  940. In 1489, he was appointed to a post at Konoefu and Naidaijin (minister of the Interior).
  941. In 1489, he was born as the last child of a chief adviser to the Emperor, Masamoto KUJO.
  942. In 1489, the shogun, Yoshihisa ASHIKAGA, was killed in battle during the subjugation of the Rokkaku Clan in the Province of Omi.
  943. In 1491 he was proclaimed Jusangu (honorary rank next to the three Empresses: Great Empress Dowager, Empress Dowager, and Empress) by the Emperor at the age of 47.
  944. In 1491 he went to Kyoto, and fought in the tenth Shogun, Yoshitane ASHIKAGA's campaign to subjugate the Rokkaku clan.
  945. In 1491, Shogunal Deputy Masamoto HOSOKAWA secretly visited Echigo Province.
  946. In 1491, Toshisada again followed Yoshihiro in order to conquer Takayori ROKKAKU and achieved distinguished military service (Chokyo-Entoku Wars).
  947. In 1491, Yoshitane ASHIKAGA attacked Takayori ROKKAKU and Yoshihiro joined the war with large force and required bakufu again to take back Echizen Province.
  948. In 1491, after the death of Masatomo, Chachamaru killed Enmanin and her child Jundoji and forced his way to power.
  949. In 1491, however, Masatomo ASHIKAGA died and an internal conflict arose within the household of the Horikoshi Kubo, where Chachamaru ASHIKAGA was believed to murder his younger brother, thus leading to the steady decline in power of the Horikoshi Kubo.
  950. In 1491, joining his lord, Yoshihiro SHIBA, Owari no kuni shugo (provincial constable of Owari Province), Toshinobu went on an expedition to Sakamoto in Omi Province (Otsu City) to conquer Takayori ROKKAKU (Chokyo-Entoku Wars) together with Toshisada ODA of 'the Oda Yamato no kami family' who is said to be his father.
  951. In 1492 he took part in the battle to punish the Rokkaku clan.
  952. In 1493 Hideaki CHUJO lost the Battle of Idano against Chikatada MATSUDAIRA, accelerating the clan's decline in strength.
  953. In 1493, Masanaga HATAKEYAMA requested that Yoshiki subjugate Kawachi Province to defeat his opponent, Yoshitoyo HATAKEYAMA (the son of Yoshinari HATAKEYAMA).
  954. In 1493, Masanaga maintained reins of power by keeping the family estate while supporting then-shogun Yoshiki ASHIKAGA (later Yoshitane).
  955. In 1493, Yoshiki (Yoshitane) lost his position in the Coup of Meio, and Yoshizumi ASHIKAGA became the new shogun.
  956. In 1493, he entered Minami-Yamashiro Castle as Shugodai (Deputy of Shugo, and Provincial Constable) of Yamato Province, and suppressed the kuni ikki (an uprising in the province).
  957. In 1493, he was appointed Dajo Daijin (Grand Minister).
  958. In 1493, however, Tomiko carried out a coup with the help of Masamoto HOSAWA, dethroning Yoshiki and instead installing Yoshizumi ASHIKAGA, who was Yoshimasa's nephew and the son of Masatomo ASHIKAGA, the Horigoe-Kubo (Coup d'Etat in Meio) as shogun.
  959. In 1493, in later years of Fusasada, Fusanaga HONJO and Yorizane KUROKAWA of Agakitashu revolted, which was suppressed by the efforts of Yoshikage NAGAO (Shigekage's son).
  960. In 1493, joining the shugo, Yoshihiro again to go up to Kyoto, Toshinobu stayed in Kyoto and took an active part in various places ("Inryoken Nichiroku" [Inryoken's Diary]).
  961. In 1493, once Jirosaemon IGA raised a rebellion in Tango Province, his father Yoshinao, who was in the capital at that moment, also left there for Tango Province due to this urgent news, and it is said that the father and the son worked together to suppress the rebellion.
  962. In 1493, the kanrei Masamoto HOSOKAWA established a dictatorship after overthrowing Yoshitane ASHIKAGA, the tenth seii taishogun (literally, "great general who subdues the barbarians") (this incident known as the Meio Coup).
  963. In 1493, the shogun, Yoshiki, and Masanaga left for the Province of Kawachi to subjugate Yoshitoyo HATAKEYAMA.
  964. In 1493, the sokoku held a meeting to abandon its autonomy and the organization was dismantled; the community was then put under the rule of Sadamichi ISE, a newly appointed shugo.
  965. In 1493, the tenth Ashikaga Shogun, Yoshitane, was deposed by Masamoto HOSOKAWA and allies and replaced by the eleventh Ashikaga Shogun, Yoshizumi, while Masamoto himself assumed de facto leadership of the shogunate.
  966. In 1493, when the Coup of Meio took place, Shogunal Deputy Masamoto HOSOKAWA expelled Yoshitane ASHIKAGA, Seii Taishogun of the Muromachi shogunate, and enthroned Yoshizumi ASHIKAGA as new shogun.
  967. In 1494 they prohibited the public trade of gold and shubeni and in 1498 they prohibited the public trade of copper.
  968. In 1494, Iezumi died.
  969. In 1494, a battle took place between the Yamauchi-Uesugi and Ogigayatsu-Uesugi clans, and Sadamasa UESUGI requested reinforcement from Soun.
  970. In 1494, approximately 450 Japanese resided there.
  971. In 1494, due to his palsy becoming worse, he retired, passing the family headship onto Yoshioki, and died the following year, 1495.
  972. In 1494, having installed Kogen-In Seiko as shogun and having himself appointed as Kanrei, Masamoto dominated the shogunate government, with the shogun just a puppet.
  973. In 1495 he resided at Shokoku-ji Temple, and in the next year, 1496, he moved to Rokuon-in Temple where there was a danna-to of the 3rd shogun Yoshimitsu ASHIKAGA, and then in 1508, he returned to Shokoku-ji Temple.
  974. In 1495, Sogi compiled a collection of renga, and Sanetaka joined the work too.
  975. In 1496, Rennyo was 82.
  976. In 1496, he became Jun-daijin, Juichii (Junior First Rank) and was posthumously awarded Sadaijin.
  977. In 1496, he went back to Suruga, and served Ujichika IMAGAWA.
  978. In 1497, Rennyo was 83.
  979. In 1497, he became Ukone no daisho (major captain of the Right Division of Inner Palace Guards).
  980. In 1497, it was built in Ishiyama, Settsu Province (Chuo Ward, Osaka City (Osaka City)) and became a head temple after knocking down Yamashina Hongan-ji Temple in the time of Shonyo, the 10th chief priest.
  981. In 1499, believing that peace negotiations with Masamoto were being successfully conducted, Yoshitada (Yoshiki's new name) moved his residence to Sadakage ASAKURA's domain of Echizen.
  982. In 1499, the activities in Ecchu ended as Yoshitada (the new name of Yoshiki) moved his address to Echizen Province.
  983. In 1499, when Rennyo fell into critical condition, his will was shown to his children.
  984. In 1500, 照如 entered nirvana at the age of 22.
  985. In 1501, Yoshihiro dispatched his two brothers named Hiromoto and Yoshio to Totomi Province and attacked there.
  986. In 1501, he became Naidaijin (minister of the center) and Sakone no daisho (major captain of the Left Division of Inner Palace Guards).
  987. In 1501, he was raised in rank to the Shonii (Senior Second Rank), and in 1506 he was appointed as Junior Major Councillor and Minbukyo (Director of Popular Affairs Bureau).
  988. In 1502, Masamoto HOSOKAWA fell out of favor with Yoshitaka ASHIKAGA and thus lived in seclusion in the house of Motoie YASUTOMI.
  989. In 1502, Masamoto adopted Sumiyuki from the Kujo family on the condition that he would inherit the family estate but in June, 1503, he adopted Sumimoto from the Awa-Hosokwa branch of the Hosokawa Clan as his heir and he disinherited Sumiyuki.
  990. In 1502, Tomoyoshi UESUGI was driven to Kawagoe-jo Castle, where he announced his surrender.
  991. In 1502, hearing the news of Sogi's fall at Hakone Yumoto, he went to care for him on his deathbed.
  992. In 1503, he conspired with Kagetoyo ASAKURA, Soteki ASAKURA and others to attack their master Sadakage ASAKURA (the ninth head of the family).
  993. In 1504, Gafu was renewed.
  994. In 1504, Settsu-no-kuni Shugodai Motokazu YAKUSHIJI and Tomotsune AKAZAWA started a rebellion and gradually turbulence began to occur inside of the Hosokawa clan.
  995. In 1504, Tomotsune AKAZAWA and Masamoto HOSOKAWA came to be opposed to each other.
  996. In 1504, he attempted to dethrone his lord Masamoto to enthrone Masamoto's adopted son Sumimoto HOSOKAWA in conspiracy with Motokazu YAKUSHIJI, but they were overcome and arrested by Motokazu's younger brother Nagatada YAKUSHIJI and his team.
  997. In 1504, he fought in the battle of Tachikawanohara in Musashi Province together with Soun, and defeated Shogunal Deputy for Kanto Region, Akisada UESUGI.
  998. In 1504, he resigned Sakone no daisho.
  999. In 1504, the Go-Hojo clan in Sagami Province (Kanagawa Prefecture) prohibited belief in the Jodo Shinsu sect in the province, a prohibition that continued for 50 years.
  1000. In 1505, Kanrei Masamoto HOSOKAWA was assassinated.

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