Fujiwara Regents

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Fujiwara Regents (藤原)

During the Nara and Heian periods of Japanese history, the Fujiwara clan managed to establish a hereditary claim to the position of regent, either for an underage emperor (Sessho) or for an adult one (Kampaku) Some prominent Fujiwaras occupied these positions more than once, and for more than one emperor.

Yoshifusa (804-872) Sessho: (866-872)
Mototsune (836-891) Sessho: (873-880) Kampaku: (887-891)
Tadahira (880-949) Sessho: (930-941) Kampaku: (941-949)
Saneyori (900-970) Sessho: (969-970) Kampaku: (967-969)
Koretada (924-972) Sessho: (970-972)
Kanemichi (925-977) Kampaku: (973-977)
Yoritada (924-989) Kampaku: (977-986)
Kaneie (929-990) Sessho: (986-990) Kampaku: (990)
Michitaka (953-995) Sessho: (990-993) Kampaku: (993-995)
Michikane (961-995) Kampaku: (995)
Michinaga (966-1028) Sessho: (1016-1017) Kampaku: (996-1017)
Yorimichi (990-1074) Sessho: (1017-1020) Kampaku: (1020-1068)
Norimichi (997-1075) Kampaku: (1068-1075)
Morozane (1042-1101) Sessho: (1087-1091) Kampaku: (1075-1087), (1091-1094)
Moromichi (1062-1099) Kampaku: (1094-1099)
Tadazane (1078-1162) Sessho: (1107-1114), Kampaku: (1106-1107), (1114-1121)
Tadamichi (1097-1164) Sessho: (1123-1129), (1142-1151) Kampaku: (1121-1123), (1129-1142), (1151-1158)
Motozane (1143-1166) Sessho: (1165-1166) Kampaku: (1158-1165)
Motofusa (1144-1230) Sessho: (1166-1173) Kampaku: (1173-1179)
Moroie (1172-1238) Sessho: (1184