Hanazono


Hanazono
Kaiser Hanazono

Kaiser Hanazono (jap. 花園天皇 Hanazono-tennō; * 14. August 1297; † 2. Dezember 1348) war der 95. Kaiser von Japan (28. Dezember 1308–29. März 1318) und der letzte aus der Kamakura-Zeit. Sein Eigenname war Tomihito (富仁).

Eine seiner Frauen war die als Ichijō no tsubone genannte jüngere Schwester der Senkōmon-in Saneko. Zunächst war sie Hofdame und Gespielin des Go-Fushimi (r. 1298–1301). Danach diente sie Hanazono (r. 1308-18), mit dem sie den Prinzen Kakuyo-hōshinnō (覚誉法親王) hatte.

Er bestieg den japanischen Thron nach dem Tode seines Vorgängers Go-Nijō. Im Jahre 1318 folgte ihm Go-Daigo in der Herrschaft, der erste Kaiser der Muromachi-Zeit. Hanazono lebte danach noch dreißig Jahre, ehe er 1348 starb.


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