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Ashikaga Yoshimochi (足利 義持, March 12, 1386 – February 3, 1428) was the 4th "shōgun of the "Ashikaga shogunate who reigned from 1394 to 1423 during the "Muromachi period of "Japan. Yoshimochi was the son of the third shōgun "Ashikaga Yoshimitsu.
In 1394, Yoshimitsu gave up his title in favor of his young son, and Yoshimochi was formally confirmed in his office as "Sei-i Taishōgun. Despite any appearance of retirement, the old shōgun didn't abandon any of his powers, and Yoshimitsu continued to maintain authority over the shogunate until his death. Yoshimochi exercised unfettered power as shōgun only after his father died in 1408.
In 1398 – in the 6th year of the reign of King "Taejo of Joseon, a diplomatic mission was sent to Japan. "Pak Tong-chi and his retinue arrived in Kyoto in 1398 ("Ōei 5, 8th month). Shogun Yoshimochi presented the envoy with a formal diplomatic letter; and presents were given for the envoy to convey to the Joseon court.
Significant events shape the period during which Yoshimochi was shōgun:
Yoshimochi followed his father's example by formally ceding his powers to a young son, fifth shōgun "Ashikaga Yoshikazu, who was then 18.
- Father: "Ashikaga Yoshimitsu
- Mother: Fujiwara no Yoshiko (1358–1399)
- Wife: Hino Eiko (1390–1431)
- Tokudaiji Toshiko
- "Ashikaga Yoshikazu by Eiko
- A son by Eiko
- A son by Eiko
- A daughter adopted by Ōdaiji family by Eiko
- Kashi-in by Eiko
- a daughter by Toshiko
- Jiju'in by Kohyoe-dono
Era of Yoshimochi's bakufu
The years in which Yoshimochi was shōgun are more specifically identified by more than one "era name or "nengō.
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