- Titles: 金武親方 (Kin ueekata), 佐久間親方 (Sakuma ueekata)
- Other Names: 章 鴻勲 (Shô Kôkun, C: Zhāng Hóngxūn)
- Japanese: 金武 正孟 (Kin Seimô)
Kin Seimô was a Ryukyuan scholar-official who served as a member of the Sanshikan, the highest governing officials and royal advisors in the Ryukyu Kingdom, from 1852 until ... ?.
Seimô, also known by the Chinese-style name Shô Kôkun, succeeded the late Kuniyoshi Chôshô (Shô Ryôhitsu) to become a member of the Sanshikan in 1852/4.
- Ishin Shiryô Kôyô 維新史料綱要, vol 1 (1937), 357.