Kannin is one of the Japanese era names. After Chowa, before security. Refers to the period from 1017 to 1021. The reigning emperor of this era was Emperor Go-Ichijo (68th generation).
April 23, 6th year of Chowa (May 21, 1017, Julian calendar), revised.
Kannin February 2, 5 (Julian calendar March 17, 1021), changed to "security".
From "Kuaiji Commandery" "Kuaiji Commandery".
Major events that occurred during the Kannin period
1017 (first year of Kannin)
August-Submit a good letter from the farmer of Etchu Province, Kokushi.
November --Apply for the appointment of Takatada Fujiwara, a farmer from Ise Province. 1019 (Kannin 3rd year)
March 27-Toi's arrival in Tsushima. By April 13, Iki, Chikuzen, and Hizen will also be attacked. 1020 (Kannin 4th year)
December 26-A group thief breaks into the mansion of Masamoto Kodera, who was formerly Mamoru Kaga, and the government is killed.
Comparison table with the Christian era
* Indicates a small month.