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Enbun

Enbun, also known as Embun, was a Japanese era name of the Northern Court during the Nanboku-chō period after Bunna and before Kōan. This period started in March 1356 and ended in March 1361; The pretender in Kyoto was Emperor Go-Kōgon. Go-Kōgons ...

                                               

Enchō

Enchō was a Japanese era name after Engi and before Jōhei. This period started in April 923 and ended in April 931. The reigning emperors were Emperor Daigo -tennō and Emperor Suzaku -tennō.

                                               

Engen

Engen was a Japanese era name of the Southern Court during the Nanboku-chō period after Kemmu and before Kōkoku. This period started in February 1336 and ended in April 1340. The monarchs during this time were Emperor Go-Daigo and Emperor Go-Mura ...

                                               

Engi (era)

Engi was a Japanese era name after Shōtai and before Enchō. This period started in July 901 and ended in April 923. The reigning emperors were Daigo -tennō.

                                               

Enkyō (Edo period)

Enkyō was a Japanese era name after Kanpō and before Kanen. This period started in February 1744 and ended in July 1748. During this time the, emperors were Sakuramachi -tennō and Momozono -tennō.

                                               

Enkyū

Enkyū was a Japanese era name after Jiryaku and before Jōhō. This period started in April 1069 and ended in August 1074. The reigning emperors were Go-Sanjō -tennō and Shirakawa -tennō.

                                               

Enkyō (Kamakura period)

Enkyō, also known as Enkei or Enkyū, was a Japanese era after Tokuji and before Ōchō. This period started in October 1308 and ended in April 1311. During this time, the emperor was Hanazono -tennō. The nengō Enkyō means "Becoming Prolonged" becau ...

                                               

Enō

Enō was a Japanese era name after Ryakunin and before Ninji. This period spanned the years from February 1239 to July 1240. The reigning emperor was Shijō -tennō.

                                               

Enpō

Enpō, also Empo, was a Japanese era name after Kanbun and before Tenna. This period started in September 1673 and ended in September 1681. During this time, the reigning emperor was Reigen -tennō.

                                               

Enryaku

Enryaku was a Japanese era name after Tenō and before Daidō. This period started in August 782 and ended in May 806. During this time, the emperor was Kammu -tennō.

                                               

Entoku

Entoku was a Japanese era name after Chōkyō and before Meio. This period started in August 1489 and ended in July 1492. During this time, the emperor was Go-Tsuchimikado -tennō.

                                               

Gangyō

Gangyō was a 年号, after Jōgan and before Ninna. This period spanned the years from April 877 through February 885. The reigning emperor was Yōzei -tennō.

                                               

Genbun

Genbun was a Japanese era name, also Gembun, after Kyōhō and before Kanpō. This period started in April 1736 and ended in February 1741. During this time, the emperor was Sakuramachi -tennō.

                                               

Genei

Genei was a Japanese era name after Eikyū and before Hōan. This period started in April 1118 and ended in April 1120. The reigning emperor was Emperor Toba -tennō.

                                               

Gennin

Gennin was a Japanese era name after Jōō and before Karoku. This period spanned the years from November 1224 to April 1225. The reigning emperor was Go-Horikawa -tennō.

                                               

Genji

Genji was a Japanese era name after Bunkyū and before Keiō. This period spanned only slightly more than a single year from February 1864 through April 1865. The reigning emperor was Kōmei -tennō. The nengō Genji means "original rule".

                                               

Genki

Genki was a Japanese era name after Eiroku and before Tenshō. This period started in April 1570 and ended in July 1573. During this time, the emperor was Ōgimachi -tennō.

                                               

Genkō (era)

Genkō was a Japanese era name of the Southern Court during the pre-Nanboku-chō period after Gentoku and before Kemmu. This period started in August 1331 and ended in January 1334. The pretender in Kyoto was Emperor Kōgon 光厳天皇, Kōgon-tennō. Kō ...

                                               

Genkyō

Genkyō, also Genkō, was a Japanese era name after Genō and before Shōchū. This period started in February 1321 and ended in December 1324. The reigning Emperor was Go-Daigo -tennō.

                                               

Genkyū

Genkyū was a Japanese era name after Kennin and before Kenei. This period started in February 1204 and ended in April 1206. The reigning emperor was Tsuchimikado -tennō.

                                               

Genna

Genna was a Japanese era name coming after Keichō and before Kanei. This period started in July 1615 and ended in February 1624. During this time, the emperor was Go-Mizunoo -tennō. The nengō Genna means "Commencement of Concord".

                                               

Genō

Genō was a Japanese era name after Bunpō and before Genkyō. This period started in April 1319 and ended in February 1321. The reigning Emperor was Go-Daigo -tennō.

                                               

Genroku

Genroku was a Japanese era name after Jōkyō and before Hōei. This period started in September 1688 and ended in March 1704. During this time, the emperor was Higashiyama -tennō. The years of Genroku are generally considered to be the Golden Age o ...

                                               

Genryaku

Genryaku was a Japanese era name after Juei and before Bunji. This period started in April 1184 and ended in August 1185. The reigning emperors were Antoku -tennō and Go-Toba -tennō.

                                               

Hakuchi (era)

Hakuchi was a Japanese era name after the Taika era and before Shuchō in 686. This period started in February 650 and ended in December 654. The reigning emperor was Kōtoku -tennō.

                                               

Heiji

Heiji was a Japanese era name after Hōgen and before Eiryaku. This period started in April 1159 and ended in January 1160. During this time, the emperor was Emperor Nijō -tennō.

                                               

Heisei period

Heisei period, also known as the Heisei era, is the Japanese era after Shōwa and before Reiwa. This period started in February 1989 and ended on April 30, 2019 with the emperors abdication. During this time, the emperor was Akihito,

                                               

Hōan

Hōan was a Japanese era name after Genei and before Tenji. This period spanned the years from April 1120 through April 1124. The reigning emperors were Toba -tennō and Sutoku -tennō.

                                               

Hōei

Hōei was a Japanese era name after Genroku and before Shōtoku. This period started in March 1704 and ended in April 1711. During this time, the emperors were Higashiyama -tennō and Nakamikado -tennō.

                                               

Hōen

Hōen was a Japanese era name after Chōshō and before Eiji. This period started in September 1135 ended in July 1141. During this time, the emperor was Sutoku -tennō.

                                               

Hōgen (era)

Hōgen was a Japanese era name after Kyūju and before Heiji. This period started in April 1156 and ended in April 1159. The reigning emperors were Emperor Go-Shirakawa -tennō and Emperor Nijō -tennō.

                                               

Hōki

Hōki was a Japanese era name after Jingo-keiun and before Tenō. This period started in October 770 and ended in January 781. During this time, the emperor was Kōnin -tennō.

                                               

Hōreki

Hōreki, also known as Horyaku, was a Japanese era name after Kanen and before Meiwa. The period started in October 1751 and ended in June 1764. During this time, the emperor and emperess were Momozono -tennō and Go-Sakuramachi -tennō. The nengō H ...

                                               

Hōtoku

Hōtoku was a Japanese era name after Bunan and before Kyotoku. This period started in July 1449 and ended in July 1452. During this time, the emperor was Go-Hanazono -tennō.

                                               

Jian (era)

Jian was a Japanese era name, also known as Chian, after Kannin and before Manju. This period started in February 1021 and ended in July 1024. The reigning emperor was Go-Ichijō -tennō.

                                               

Jingo-keiun

Jingo-keiun was a Japanese era name after Tenpyō-jingo and before Hōki. This period started in August 767 and ended in October 770. The reigning monarch was Shōtoku -tennō. This was the same woman who had reigned as the former Empress Kōken.

                                               

Jinki (era)

Jinki was a Japanese era name after Yōrō and before Tenpyō. This period started in February 724 and ended in August 729. The reigning emperor was Shōmu -tennō. The new era name meant "Sacred tortoise".

                                               

Jiryaku

Jiryaku was a Japanese era name after Kōhei and before Enkyū. This period started in August 1065 and ended in April 1069. The reigning emperors were Go-Reizei -tennō and Go-Sanjō -tennō.

                                               

Jishō

Jishō was a Japanese era name after Angen and before Yōwa. This period started in August 1177 and ended in July 1181. The reigning emperors were Takakura -tennō and Antoku -tennō.

                                               

Jōan (era)

Jōan was a Japanese era name after Kaō and before Angen. This period started in April 1171 and ended in July 1175. The reigning emperor was Takakura -tennō.

                                               

Jōei

Jōei was a Japanese era name after Kangi and before Tenpuku. This period started in April 1232 and ended in April 1233. The reigning emperors were Go-Horikawa -tennō and Shijō -tennō.

                                               

Jōgan

Jōgan was a Japanese era name after Tenan and before Gangyō. This period started in April 859 and ended in April 877. During this time, the emperors were Seiwa -tennō and Yōzei -tennō.

                                               

Jōgen (Heian period)

Jōgen was a Japanese era after Tenen and before Tengen. This period started in July 976 and ended in November 978. The reigning emperor was Enyu -tennō.

                                               

Jōgen (Kamakura period)

Jōgen, also known as Shōgen, was a Japanese era name after Kenei and before Kenryaku. This period spanned the years from October 1207 through March 1211. The reigning emperors were Tsuchimikado -tennō and Juntoku -tennō.

                                               

Jōhei

Jōhei, also romanized as Shōhei, was a Japanese era name after Enchō and before Tengyō. This period started in April 931 and ended in May 938. The reigning emperor was Emperor Suzaku -tennō.

                                               

Jōhō

Jōhō was a Japanese era name after Enkyū and before Jōryaku. This period started in August 1074 and ended in November 1077. The reigning emperor was Emperor Shirakawa -tennō.

                                               

Jōji

Jōji was a Japanese era name of the Northern Court during the Nanboku-chō period after Kōan and before Ōan. This period started in September 1362 and ended in February 1368. The pretender in Kyoto was Emperor Go-Kōgon. Go-Kōgons Southern Court ri ...

                                               

Jōkyō

Jōkyō was a Japanese era name after Tenna and before Genroku. This period started in February 1684 and ended in September 1688. During this time, the emperors were Reigen -tennō and Higashiyama -tennō.

                                               

Jōkyū

Jōkyū, also called Shōkyū, was a Japanese era name after Kempō and before Jōō. This period started in April 1219 and ended in April 1222. The reigning emperor was Juntoku -tennō.

                                               

Jōō (Edo period)

Jōō, alternatively romanized as Jō-ō or Shōō, was a Japanese era name after Keian and before Meireki. This period started in September 1652 and ended in April 1655. During this time, the emperors were Go-Kōmyō -tennō and Go-Sai -tennō.