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August 8, 2022

Eikyou is one of the Japanese era names. After Masanaga, before Kakichi. Refers to the period from 1429 to 1441. The emperor of this period was Emperor Gohanazono. Ashikaga Yoshinori was the shogun of the Muromachi Shogunate.

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September 5, 1429 on the Julian calendar (October 3, 1429 on the Julian calendar) February 17, Eikyo 13 (March 10, 1441 on the Julian calendar) Changed era name to Kakitsu

Source

From "Noritsu Wei Zhi no Kung, Tradition to Yu's Descendants, Eikyu Mukyu no Zhao" in "Books of the Later Han Dynasty". The appellant was Dr. Monsho Sugawara Aritoyo.

Events that happened during the Eternal Period

3rd year Morimi Ouchi is attacked by the Otomo and Shoni clans in Hagiwara, Chikuzen Province and dies in battle. 4th Shogun Ashikaga Yoshinori revived Japan-Ming trade (gaming trade). October 4 Mochiyuki HOSOKAWA assumed the post of Kanrei. Year 5 Eikyo Sanmon Disturbance Year 7 Waga Rebellion 8/10/16 (1438)- Eikyo War. Kamakura kubo Mochiuji Ashikaga goes to attack Kanto Kanrei Norizane Uesugi. June 11, 6 (1439) - Masayo Asukai selects "New Continuation Kokin Wakashu". Year 12 Yuki Battle Tsuchiura Castle is built.

Birth

First year (1429)-Katsumitsu Hino, Aristocrat Tomiko Hino's older brother (died in 1429) 2 years (1430)- Katsumoto Hosokawa, military commander (died in 1430) 4 years (1432)- Soun Hojo, military commander (died in 16) February 6, 1434 (March 19, 1434)- Yoshikatsu Ashikaga, Muromachi Shogunate 7th Shogun (died in Kakitsu 3) 6 years (1434)- Masanobu Kano, painter (died in 3 years) January 2, 1436 (January 20, 1436)- Yoshimasa Ashikaga, Muromachi Shogunate 8th Shogun (Died in 2nd year of Entoku) 9 years (1437)- Yoshinari Hatakeyama, military commander (died in 2nd year of Entoku) Leap January 18, 1439 (March 3, 1439)-Yoshimi Ashikaga, Yoshimasa Ashikaga's younger brother (died in 3rd year of Entoku) 12 years (1440)- Tomiko Hino, Yoshimasa Ashikaga's lawful wife, Yoshihisa Ashikaga's mother (died in 1440)

Died

3rd year Morimi Ouchi (age 55) 5th October 20th (1433)-Emperor Gokomatsu, 100th Emperor of the Northern Court 6th Emperor (Nancho Tenju 3rd year/Northern Court Eiwa 3rd year born) 5th year Mochimori Ouchi (37 years old), Mitsuie Hatakeyama (62 years old), Yoshiatsu Shiba (37 years old) 6 years Yoshisuke Hino (age 38) June 13, 1435 (1435)-Mansai, Shingon sect monk "Prime Minister in Black" (Nancho Tenju 4/Northern Cho Eiwa 4) 7 Tokihiro Yamana (age 69) 9 years old (age 78) 11 years old Mochiuji Ashikaga (42 years old)

Comparative table with the Western calendar

* indicates small month.

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