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Fujiwara no Narichika was a [[kuge|court noble]] who took part in a [[Shishigatani Incident|plot]] against the [[Taira clan]|Taira clan's] dominance of the Imperial court.
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Fujiwara no Narichika was a [[kuge|court noble]] who took part in a [[Shishigatani Incident|plot]] against the [[Taira clan|Taira clan's] dominance of the Imperial court.
  
 
Narichika was the son of [[Fujiwara no Ienari]]. For his role in the Shishigatani Incident in 1177, he was exiled, along with his son [[Fujiwara no Naritsune]], [[Taira no Yasuyori]], and the monk [[Shunkan]] to an island called Kikai-ga-shima in the far south of Japan. Narichika was later executed by the order of the Taira.
 
Narichika was the son of [[Fujiwara no Ienari]]. For his role in the Shishigatani Incident in 1177, he was exiled, along with his son [[Fujiwara no Naritsune]], [[Taira no Yasuyori]], and the monk [[Shunkan]] to an island called Kikai-ga-shima in the far south of Japan. Narichika was later executed by the order of the Taira.
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*Frederic, Louis (2002). "Fujiwara no Narichika." ''Japan Encyclopedia.'' Cambridge, Massachusetts: Harvard University Press.
 
*Frederic, Louis (2002). "Fujiwara no Narichika." ''Japan Encyclopedia.'' Cambridge, Massachusetts: Harvard University Press.
  
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Revision as of 12:28, 18 November 2007

  • Born: 1138
  • Died: 1178
  • Japanese: 藤原 成親 (Fujiwara Narichika)


Fujiwara no Narichika was a court noble who took part in a plot against the [[Taira clan|Taira clan's] dominance of the Imperial court.

Narichika was the son of Fujiwara no Ienari. For his role in the Shishigatani Incident in 1177, he was exiled, along with his son Fujiwara no Naritsune, Taira no Yasuyori, and the monk Shunkan to an island called Kikai-ga-shima in the far south of Japan. Narichika was later executed by the order of the Taira.

References

  • Frederic, Louis (2002). "Fujiwara no Narichika." Japan Encyclopedia. Cambridge, Massachusetts: Harvard University Press.
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