- Fujiwara no Michitaka
, the first son of Kaneie, was a "
kugyo" ( Japanese noble) of the Heian period. He served as regent ("Sessho") for the Emperor Ichijō, and later as "Kampaku". Ichijō married Michitaka's daughter Teishi (Sadako), thus continuing the close ties between the Imperial family and the Fujiwara.
Michitaka is sometimes referred to as "Nijō Kampaku" (二条関白) or "Naka-no-Kampaku" (中関白).
Kanna2 (986): Chūnagon (中納言)
* Kanna 2 (986): Gon-no-
Eien3, on the 23rd day of the 2nd month (989): Naidaijin(内大臣)
Shōryaku1, on the 8th day of the 5th month (990): Kampaku (関白) for Emperor Ichijō
* Shōryaku 1, on the 26th day of the 5th month (990): Sessho (摂政) for
* Shōryaku 2, on the 23rd day of the 7th month (991): retire from Naidaijin
* Shōryaku 4, on the 22nd day of the 4th month (993): Kampaku for the
Chōtoku1, on the 3rd day of the 4th month (995): retire from Kampaku
* Chōtoku 1, in the 10th day of the 4th month (
May 16, 995): Michitaka died at the age of 43.
Marriages and children
He was married to Takashina no Takako (高階貴子) (called "Kō-no-Naishi" 高内侍 or "Gidō-sanshi no Haha 儀同三司母), daughter of Takashina no Naritada (高階成忠).
Their children were
*Korechika (伊周) ("Gidō-sanshi", 儀同三司) (974-1010) - Naidaijin
*"Teishi" (定子) (977-1001), consort of
*Takaie (隆家) (979-1044)
*Ryūen (隆円) ("Komatsu Sōzu", 小松僧都) (980-1015), priest
*"Genshi" (原子) (ca.980-1002), consort of
*daughter (?-?), married to Imperial Prince Atsumichi (son of
*daughter (?-1002), 'Mikushige-dono-no-bettō' (御匣殿別当) (concubine of
The other children were
*Michiyori (道頼) (971-995) - Gon-no-Dainagon
*daughter, lady-in-waiting for Empress "Kenshi", consort of
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