- Reign: 1770-1779
- Other Names: Tôhito
- Japanese: 後桃園天皇 (Go Momozono tennou)
Emperor Go-Momozono was an emperor of the mid-Edo period.
A son of Emperor Sakuramachi, he took the throne in 1770 following the abdication of his aunt, Empress Go-Sakuramachi.
Go-Momozono died in 1779 without any sons; a member of a collateral line of the Imperial family then married Go-Momozono's only daughter, Princess Yoshiko, and took the throne as Emperor Kôkaku.
- Evelyn Rawski, Early Modern China and Northeast Asia: Cross-Border Perspectives, Cambridge University Press (2015), 157.