Go-Hanazono


Go-Hanazono

Kaiser Go-Hanazono (jap. 後花園天皇 Go-Hanazono-tennō; * 10. Juli 1419; † 18. Januar 1470) war der 102. Tennō von Japan (7. September 1428–21. August 1464). Sein Eigenname war Hikohito (彦仁). Er war ein Großenkel des Gegenkaisers Sukō. Wegen finanzieller Probleme des Hofes konnte er an der offiziellen Krönungszeremonie nicht teilnehmen.

Er hatte zwei Söhne, und eine Tochter. Kaiser Go-Tsuchimikado war sein erster Sohn.


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