- Born: 1765/6/2
- Died: 1827
- Titles: 宜野湾王子 (Ginowan ouji)
- Other Names: 尚容 (Shou You), 朝陽 (Chôyô)
- Japanese: 宜野湾朝祥 (Ginowan Choushou)
At the age of 26, in 1790, Prince Ginowan served as lead envoy (seishi) on a Ryukyuan mission to Edo. While at Okitsu-juku in Suruga province, the mission stopped at the temple of Seiken-ji, to pay respects and erect a new tombstone for Crown Prince Shô Kô, who died and was buried there in 1610. A work of calligraphy by Prince Ginowan, completed on that occasion, remains in the temple's possession today.
- Miyagi Eishô 宮城栄昌, Ryûkyû shisha no Edo nobori 琉球使者の江戸上り, Tokyo: Daiichi Shobô (1982), 228-229.