Fujiwara no Hiroko (藤原寛子, Fujiwara no Hiroko?), née en 1036 et décédée le 30 septembre 1127, aussi connue sous le nom Shijō no Miya (四条宮, Shijō no Miya?), est une impératrice consort du Japon. Fille ainée de Fujiwara no Yorimichi, sa mère est Fujiwara no Gishi et Fujiwara no Morozane son frère de la même mère. Elle est la consort de l'empereur Go-Reizei.

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  • Fujiwara no Hiroko (藤原寛子, Fujiwara no Hiroko?), née en 1036 et décédée le 30 septembre 1127, aussi connue sous le nom Shijō no Miya (四条宮, Shijō no Miya?), est une impératrice consort du Japon. Fille ainée de Fujiwara no Yorimichi, sa mère est Fujiwara no Gishi et Fujiwara no Morozane son frère de la même mère. Elle est la consort de l'empereur Go-Reizei.
  • Fujiwara no Hiroko (藤原寛子, 1036–1127), also known as Shijō no Miya (四条宮), was an empress consort of Japan. She was the eldest daughter of Fujiwara no Yorimichi. Her mother was Fujiwara no Gishi. She became the consort of Emperor Go-Reizei. Fujiwara no Morozane was her brother by the same mother.At the time, the matrilineal bloodline was very important in Japanese noble society. Hiroko's mother Gishi's hazy background might have put her at a disadvantage, but to her father she was a long-awaited daughter. Especially after the early death of her adopted sister Fujiwara no Genshi in 1039, Yorimichi expected Hiroko to give birth to an imperial prince, and so sent her to the court of Emperor Go-Reizei in 1050. A year later, in 1051, she became kōgō. Normally, the existing imperial wife Princess Shōshi would have taken the position, but Shōshi remained in the position of chūgū by her own preference. With her father's powerful protection, Hiroko maintained a flashy palace and held poetry competitions.However, despite her father's great expectations and the Emperor's affection, Hiroko proved unable to bear children. In 1068, Fujiwara no Kanshi became a kōgō, and Hiroko took the position of chūgū. After Emperor Go-Reizei's death in the same year, Hiroko became a nun. By her late years in the early 12th century, the golden age of the Sekkan system was past. However, Hiroko's connection to its central figures, including her father Yorimichi and her aunt Fujiwara no Shōshi, earned her respect from her family as a remnant of that tradition.Fujiwara no Hiroko died in her secondary residence in Uji in 1127, at the age of 92.
  • 藤原 寛子(ふじわら の かんし/ ひろこ、長元9年(1036年) - 大治2年8月14日(1127年9月30日))は、関白藤原頼通の長女。母は藤原祇子。後冷泉天皇の皇后。別名四条宮。同母弟に藤原師実。
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  • Fujiwara no Hiroko (藤原寛子, Fujiwara no Hiroko?), née en 1036 et décédée le 30 septembre 1127, aussi connue sous le nom Shijō no Miya (四条宮, Shijō no Miya?), est une impératrice consort du Japon. Fille ainée de Fujiwara no Yorimichi, sa mère est Fujiwara no Gishi et Fujiwara no Morozane son frère de la même mère. Elle est la consort de l'empereur Go-Reizei.
  • 藤原 寛子(ふじわら の かんし/ ひろこ、長元9年(1036年) - 大治2年8月14日(1127年9月30日))は、関白藤原頼通の長女。母は藤原祇子。後冷泉天皇の皇后。別名四条宮。同母弟に藤原師実。
  • Fujiwara no Hiroko (藤原寛子, 1036–1127), also known as Shijō no Miya (四条宮), was an empress consort of Japan. She was the eldest daughter of Fujiwara no Yorimichi. Her mother was Fujiwara no Gishi. She became the consort of Emperor Go-Reizei. Fujiwara no Morozane was her brother by the same mother.At the time, the matrilineal bloodline was very important in Japanese noble society.
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