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06/12/2018

About Nakamaro Fujiwara ( Oshikatsu Emi)

A daughter of the Syomu-retired Emperor and the Komyo-retired Empress ascended the throne as the Koken Emperor.

 
Nakamaro Fujiwara became very influential in the Court, because his aunt, the Komyo-retired Empress, strongly supported him. Naramaro Tachibana, a son of Moroe-Tachibana, tried to take power from Nakamaro Fujiwara.
 
However, contrary to his expectation, Naramaro Tachibana was destroyed by Nakamaro Fujiwara.
 
After that Nakamaro Fujiwara forced the Koken Emperor to retire, so that he could elevate a grandson of Tenmu to the throne, the Junnin Emperor.
 
Nakamaro Fujiwara was given the name Oshikatsu Emi by the Junnin Emperor and gained exceptional economic privilege and great political power. And then he eventually became the Grand Minister.

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