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Kōnin (era)

Kōnin was a Japanese era name after Daidō and before Tenchō. This period started in September 810 and ended in January 824. During this time, the emperors were Saga -tennō and Junna -tennō.

                                               

Kōō (Nanboku-chō period)

Kōō, also romanized as Kō-ō, was a Japanese era name of the Northern Court during the Nanboku-chō period after Kakei and before Meitoku. This period started in February 1389 and ended in March 1390. The pretender in Kyoto was Emperor Go-Komatsu. ...

                                               

Kōryaku

Kōryaku was a Japanese era name of the Northern Court during the Nanboku-chō period after Eiwa and before Eitoku. This period started in March 1379 and ended in February 1381. The pretender in Kyoto was Emperor Go-Enyū Go-Enyūs Southern Court riv ...

                                               

Kōshō

Kōshō was a Japanese era name after Kyōtoku and before Chōroku. This period started in July 1455 and ended in September 1457. During this time, the emperor was Go-Hanazono -tennō.

                                               

Kōwa (Heian period)

Kowa was a Japanese era name after Jōtoku and before Chōji. This period started in August 1099 and ended in February 1104. The reigning emperor was Horikawa -tennō.

                                               

Kyōhō

Kyōhō was a Japanese era name after Shōtoku and before Gembun. This period started in July 1716 and ended in April 1736. During this time, the emperors were Nakamikado -tennō and Sakuramachi -tennō.

                                               

Kyōroku

Kyōroku was a Japanese era name after Daiei and before Tenbun. This period started in August 1528 and ended July 1532. During this time, the emperor was Go-Nara -tennō.

                                               

Kyōwa

Kyōwa was a Japanese era name after Kansei and before Bunka. This period started in February 1801 and ended in February 1804. During this time, the emperor was Kōkaku -tennō.

                                               

Kyūan

Kyūan, also romanized as Kyū-an, was a Japanese era name after Tenyō and before Ninpei. This period spanned the years from July 1145 through January 1151. The reigning emperor was Konoe -tennō.

                                               

Kyūju

Kyūju was a Japanese era name after Ninpei and before Hōgen. This period started in October 1151 and ended in April 1154. The reigning emperors were Konoe -tennō and Emperor Go-Shirakawa -tennō.

                                               

Manen

Manen was a Japanese era name after Ansei and before Bunkyū. This period started in March 1860 and ended in February 1861. During this time, the emperor was Kōmei -tennō. The nengō Tenpō means "Ten Thousand Years Prolonged"

                                               

Manji (era)

Manji was a Japanese era name after Meireki and before Kanbun. This period started in July 1658 and ended in April 1661. During this time, the emperor was Go-Sai -tennō.

                                               

Manju (era)

Manju was a Japanese era name after Jian and before Chōgen. This period started in July 1024 and ended in July 1028. The reigning emperor was Go-Ichijō -tennō.

                                               

Meiji period

Meiji period, also known as the Meiji era, was a Japanese era name after Keiō and before Taishō. This period started in September 1868 and ended in July 1912. During this time, the emperor was Meiji -tennō. The nengō Meiji means "Enlightened Rule ...

                                               

Meiō

Meiō, also known as Mei-ō, was a Japanese era name after Entoku and before Bunki. This period started in July 1492 and ended in February 1501. During this time, the emperors were Go-Tsuchimikado -tennō and Go-Kashiwabara -tennō.

                                               

Meireki

Meireki was a Japanese era name after Jōō and before Manji. This period started in April 1655 and ended in July 1658. During this time, the emperor was Go-Sai -tennō.

                                               

Meitoku

Meitoku was a Japanese era name of the Northern Court during the Nanboku-chō period after Kōō and before Ōei. This period started in March 1390 and ended in July 1394. After October 1392, Meitoku replaced the Southern Courts nengō. The pretender ...

                                               

Meiwa

Meiwa was a Japanese era name after Hōreki and before Anei. This period started in June 1764 and ended in November 1772. During this time, the empress and emperor were Go-Sakuramachi -tennō and Go-Momozono -tennō. The nengō Meiwa means "Radiant H ...

                                               

Ninan

Ninan, also known as Ninnan, was a Japanese era name after Eiman and before Kaō. This period started in August 1166 ended in April 1169. The reigning emperors were Rokujō -tennō and Takakura -tennō.

                                               

Ninji

Ninji, also called Jinji, was a Japanese era name after Enō and before Kangen. This period started in August 1240 and ended in January 1243. The reigning emperors were Shijō -tennō and Go-Saga -tennō.

                                               

Ninju

Ninju was a Japanese era name after Kashō and before Saikō. This period started in April 851 and ended in November 854. During this time, the emperor was Montoku -tennō.

                                               

Ninna

Ninna was a Japanese era name after Gangyō and before Kanpyō. This period started in February 885 and ended in April 889. The reigning emperors were Kōkō -tennō and Uda -tennō.

                                               

Ninpei

Ninpei, also romanized as Nimpyō, was a Japanese era name after Kyūan and before Kyūju. This period started in January 1151 and ended in October 1154. During this time, the emperor was Konoe -tennō.

                                               

Ōan

Ōan, also romanized as Ō-an, was a Japanese era name of the Northern Court during the Nanboku-chō period after Jōji and before Eiwa. This period started in February 1368 and ended in February 1375. The pretenders in Kyoto were Emperor Go-Kōgon an ...

                                               

Ōchō

Ōchō was a Japanese era after Enkyō and before Shōwa. This period started in April 1311 and ended in February 1312. During this time, the emperor was Hanazono -tennō.

                                               

Ōei

Ōei was a Japanese era name after Meitoku and before Shōchō. This period started in July 1394 and ended in April 1428. During this time, the emperors were Go-Komatsu -tennō and Shōkō -tennō.

                                               

Ōhō

Ōhō was a Japanese era name after Eiryaku and before Chōkan. This period started in September 1161 and ended in March 1163. During this time, the emperor was Nijō -tennō.

                                               

Ōnin

Ōnin was a Japanese era name after Bunshō and before Bunmei. This period started in March 1467 and ended in April 1469. During this time, the emperor was Go-Tsuchimikado -tennō.

                                               

Ōtoku

Ōtoku was a Japanese era name after Eihō and before Kanji. This period spanned the years from February 1084 through April 1087. The reigning emperor was Emperor Shirakawa -tennō.

                                               

Ōwa

Ōwa was a Japanese era name after Tentoku and before Kōhō. This period started in February 961 and ended in July 964. The reigning emperor was Murakami -tennō.

                                               

Reiki (era)

Reiki was a Japanese era name after Wadō and before Yōrō. This period started in September 715 and ended in November 717. The reigning empress was Genshō -tennō.

                                               

Ryakunin

Ryakunin was a Japanese era name after Katei and before Enō. This period spanned the years from November 1238 to April 1239. The reigning emperor was Shijō -tennō.

                                               

Ryakuō

Ryakuō was a Japanese era name of the Northern Court during the Nanboku-chō period after Kemmu and before Kōei. The period started in August 1338 and ended in April 1342. The pretender in Kyoto was Emperor Kōmyō. Kōmyōs Southern Court rival in Yo ...

                                               

Saikō

Saikō was a Japanese era name after Ninju and before Tenan. This period started in November 854 and ended in February 857. During this time, the emperor was Montoku -tennō.

                                               

Suiko period

The Suiko period was an era of 25 years during the Asuka period of Japanese history. This period overlaps all but 7 years of Empress Suikos reign or it is used as a synonym for her reign.

                                               

Shitoku

Shitoku was a Japanese era name of the Northern Court during the Nanboku-chō period after Eitoku and before Kakei. This period started in February 1384 and ended in August 1387. The pretender in Kyoto was Emperor Go-Komatsu. Go-Komatsu Southern C ...

                                               

Shōan

Shōan was a Japanese era after Einin and before Kengen. The period started in April 1299 and ended in November 1302. During this time, the emperors were Go-Fushimi -tennō and Go-Nijō -tennō.

                                               

Shōchō

Shōchō was a Japanese era name after Ōei and before Eikyō. This period started in April 1428 and ended in September 1429. During this time, the emperors were Shōkō -tennō and Go-Hanazono -tennō.

                                               

Shōchū (era)

Shōchū was a Japanese era name after Genkō and before Karyaku. This period spanned the years from December 1324 to April 1326. The reigning Emperor was Go-Daigo -tennō.

                                               

Shōhei

For the Japanese era from 931 through 938, see Jōhei. Shōhei was a Japanese era name of the Southern Court during the Nanboku-chō period after Kōkoku and before Kentoku. This period started in December 1346 and ended in July 1370. The monarchs du ...

                                               

Shōhō

Shōhō was a Japanese era name after Kanei and before Keian. This period started in December 1644 and ended in February 1648. During this time, the emperor was Go-Kōmyō -tennō.

                                               

Shōji (era)

Shōji was a Japanese era name after Kenkyū and before Kennin. This period started in April 1199 and ended in February 1201. The reigning emperor was Tsuchimikado -tennō.

                                               

Shōkyō

Shōkyō, also known as Shōkei, was a Japanese era name of the Northern Court during the Nanboku-chō period after Gentoku and before Kemmu. This period started in April 1332 and ended in April 1334. The pretender in Kyoto was Emperor Kōgon. Kōgons ...

                                               

Shōryaku

Shōryaku was a Japanese era name after Eiso and before Chōtoku. This period started in November 990 and ended in February 995. The reigning emperor was Ichijō -tennō.

                                               

Shōtai

Shōtai was a Japanese era name after Kanpyō and before Engi. This period started in April 898 and ended in July 901. During this time, the reigning emperor was Daigo -tennō.

                                               

Shōtoku (era)

Shōtoku was a Japanese era name after Hōei and before Kyōhō. This period started in April 1711 and ended in June 1716. During this time, the emperor was Nakamikado -tennō. The nengō Shōtoku means "Correct Virtue".

                                               

Shōwa (Kamakura period)

Shōwa was a Japanese era name after Ōchō and before Bunpō. This period spanned the years from March 1312 through February 1317. The reigning emperor was Hanazono -tennō.

                                               

Shōwa period

The Shōwa period, also known as the Shōwa era, was a Japanese era name after Taishō and before Heisei. This period started on December 25, 1926 and ended on January 7, 1989. During this time, the emperor was Shōwa -tennō, also known as Hirohito T ...

                                               

Shuchō

Shuchō, also romanized as Suchō or Akamitori, was a Japanese era name which lsated only a few months - from June through September 686. The reigning monarchs were Temmu -tennō and Jitō -tennō.

                                               

Shōgen

Shōgen was a Japanese era after Shōka and before Bunō. This period started in March 1259 and ended in April 1260. During this time, the emperors were Fukakusa -tennō and Kameyama -tennō.

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