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Jōryaku

Jōryaku was a Japanese era name after Jōhō and before Eihō. This period started in November 1077 and ended in February 1081. The reigning emperor was Emperor Shirakawa -tennō.

                                               

Jōtoku

Jōtoku was a Japanese era name after Eichō and before Kōwa. This period started in November 1097 and ended in August 1099. The reigning emperor was Emperor Horikawa -tennō.

                                               

Jōwa (Heian period)

Jōwa was a Japanese era name after Tenchō and before Kashō. This period started in January 834 and ended in July 848. During this time, the emperors were Junna -tennō and Ninmyō -tennō.

                                               

Jōwa (Muromachi period)

Jōwa was a Japanese era name of the Northern Court during the Nanboku-chō period after Kōei and before Kannō. This period started in October 1345 and ended in February 1350. The pretenders in Kyoto were Emperor Kōmyō and Emperor Sukō. Their South ...

                                               

Juei

Juei was a Japanese era name after Yōwa and before Genryaku. This period started in May 1182 and ended in March 1184. The reigning emperors were Antoku -tennō and Go-Toba -tennō.

                                               

Kaei

Kaei was a Japanese era name after Kōka and before Ansei. This period started in February 1848 and ended in November 1854. During this time, the emperor was Kōmei -tennō. The nengō Kaei means "Celebration of Eternity" or "Eternal Felicity"

                                               

Kagen

Kagen was a Japanese era after Kengen and before Tokuji. This period started in August 1303 and ended in December 1306. During this time, the emperor was Go-Nijō -tennō.

                                               

Kahō

Kahō was a Japanese era after Kanji and before Eichō. This period started in December 1094 and ended in December 1096. The reigning emperor was Emperor Horikawa -tennō.

                                               

Kashō (late Heian period)

For the "Kashō" era which started in 848 -- sometimes romanized as "Kajō", see Kashō early Heian period. Kashō, also romanized as Kajō, was a Japanese era name after Chōji and before Tennin. This period started in April 1106 and ended in August 1 ...

                                               

Kakei

Kakei was a Japanese era name of the Northern Court during the Nanboku-chō period after Shitoku and before Kōō. This period started in August 1387 and ended in February 1389. The pretender in Kyoto was Emperor Go-Komatsu. Go-Komatsus Southern Cou ...

                                               

Kakitsu

Kakitsu was a Japanese era name after Eikyō and before Bunan. This period started in February 1441 and ended in February 1444. During this time, the emperor was Go-Hanazono -tennō.

                                               

Kanbun (era)

Kanbun, also romanized as Kambun, was a Japanese era after Manji and before Enpō. This period started in April 1661 and ended in September 1673. During this time, the emperors were Go-Sai -tennō and Reigen -tennō.

                                               

Kanei

Kanei was a Japanese era name after Genna and before Shōhō. This period started in February 1624 and ended in December 1643. During this time, the emperors and empress were Go-Mizunoo -tennō, and Meishō -tennō. The nengō Kanei means "Permanent Li ...

                                               

Kanen

Kanen was a Japanese era name after Enkyō and before Hōreki. This period started in July 1748 and ended in October 1751. During this time, the emperor was Momozono -tennō.

                                               

Kangen

Kangen was a Japanese era name after Ninji and before Hōji. This period started in February 1243 and ended in February 1247. The reigning emperor was Go-Saga -tennō.

                                               

Kangi

Kangi, also romanized as Kanki, was a Japanese era name after Antei and before Jōei. This period started in March 1229 and ended in April 1232. The reigning emperor was Go-Horikawa -tennō.

                                               

Kanji (era)

Kanji was a Japanese era after Ōtoku and before Kahō. This period started in April 1087 and ended in December 1094. The reigning emperor was Emperor Horikawa -tennō.

                                               

Kankō

Kankō was a Japanese era name after Chōhō and before Chōwa. This period started in July 1004 and ended in December 1012. The reigning emperors were Ichijō -tennō and Sanjō -tennō.

                                               

Kanna (era)

Kanna was a Japanese era name after Eikan and before Eien. This period spanned the years from April 985 through April 987. The reigning emperors were Kazan -tennō and Ichijō -tennō.

                                               

Kannin

Kannin was a Japanese era name after Chōwa and before Jian. This period spanned the years from April 1017 through February 1021. The reigning emperor was Go-Ichijō -tennō.

                                               

Kannō

Kannō, also sometimes romanized as Kanō, was a Japanese era name of the Northern Court during the Nanboku-chō period after Jōwa and before Bunna. This period started in February 1350 and ended in September 1352. The emperor in Kyoto was Emperor S ...

                                               

Kanpō

Kanpō, also known as Kampō, was a Japanese era name, also known as Kampō, after Genbun and before Enkyō. This period started in February 1741 and ended in February 1744. During this time, the emperor was Sakuramachi -tennō.

                                               

Kanpyō (era)

Kanpyō, also romanized as Kampyō was a Japanese era name after Ninna and before Shōtai. This period started in April 889 and ended in April 898. The reigning emperors were Uda -tennō and Daigo -tennō.

                                               

Kansei

Kansei was a Japanese era name after Tenmei and before Kyōwa. This period started in January 1789 and ended in February 1801. During this time, the emperor was Kōkaku -tennō. The nengō Kansei means "Lenient Government".

                                               

Kanshō

Kanshō was a Japanese era name after Chōroku and before Bunshō. This period started in December 1460 and ended in February 1466. During this time, the emperors were Go-Hanazono -tennō and Go-Tsuchimikado -tennō.

                                               

Kantoku

Kantoku was a Japanese era name after Chōkyū and before Eishō. This period started in November 1044 and ended in April 1046. The reigning emperors were Go-Suzaku -tennō and Go-Reizei -tennō.

                                               

Kaō (era)

Kaō was a Japanese era name after Ninan and before Jōan. This period started in April 1169 ended in April 1171. The reigning emperor was Takakura -tennō.

                                               

Karoku

Karoku was a Japanese era name after Gennin and before Antei. This period started in April 1225 and ended in December 1227. The reigning emperor was Go-Horikawa -tennō.

                                               

Kashō (early Heian period)

For the "Kashō" era which started in 1106 -- sometimes romanized as "Kajō", see Kashō late Heian period. Kashō was a Japanese era name, also known as Kajō, after Jōwa and before Ninju. This period started in June 848 and ended in April 851. Durin ...

                                               

Katei

Katei was a Japanese era name after Bunryaku and before Ryakunin. This period started in September 1235 and ended in November 1238. The reigning emperor was Shijō -tennō.

                                               

Keian

Keian was a Japanese era name after Shōhō and before Jōō. This period started in February 1648 and ended in September 1652. During this time, the emperor was Go-Kōmyō -tennō.

                                               

Keichō

Keichō was a Japanese era name after Bunroku and before Genna. This period started in October 1596 and ended in July 1615. During this time, the emperors were Go-Yōzei -tennō and Go-Mizunoo -tennō. The nengō Keichō means "Eternal Jubilance" or "E ...

                                               

Keiō

Keiō was a Japanese era name after Genji and before Meiji. The period started in April 1865 and ended in September 1868. During this time, the emperors were Kōmei- tennō and Meiji- tennō. The nengō Keiō means "Joyous Concord"

                                               

Keiun

Keiun, also known as Kyōun, was a Japanese era name following Taihō and preceding Wadō. The period startedin May 704 and ended in January 708. The reigning emperors were Mommu -tennō and Gemmei -tennō.

                                               

Kemmu

Kemmu was a Japanese era name of the Northern Court during the Nanboku-chō period after Shōkyō and before Ryakuō. This period started in January 1334 and ended in August 1338 in the Northern Court, but it lasted until only February 1336 in the So ...

                                               

Kempo (era)

Kempo was a Japanese era name after Kenryaku and before Jōkyū. This period started in December 1213 and ended in April 1219. The reigning emperor was Juntoku -tennō.

                                               

Kenei

Kenei was a Japanese era name after Genkyū and before Jōgen. This period started in April 1206 and ended in October 1207. The reigning emperor was Tsuchimikado -tennō.

                                               

Kengen

Kengen, also known as Kangen or Kenei, was a Japanese era after Shōan and before Kagen. This period started in November 1302 and ended in August 1303. During this time, the emperor was Go-Nijō -tennō.

                                               

Kenkyū

Kenkyū was a Japanese era name after Bunji and before Shōji. This period started in April 1190 and ended in April 1199. The reigning emperor was Go-Toba -tennō.

                                               

Kennin

Kennin was a Japanese era name after Shōji and before Genkyū. This period started in February 1201 and ended in February 1204. The reigning emperor was Tsuchimikado -tennō.

                                               

Kenryaku

Kenryaku was a Japanese era name after Jōgen and before Kempo. This period started in March 1211 and ended in December 1213. The reigning emperor was Juntoku -tennō.

                                               

Kōan (Kamakura period)

Kōan was a Japanese era after Kenji and before Shōō. This period started in February 1278 and ended in April 1288. During this time, the emperor|emperors were Go-Uda -tennō and Fushimi -tennō.

                                               

Kōan (Muromachi period)

Kōan was a Japanese era name of the Northern Court during the Nanboku-chō period after Enbun and before Jōji. The period started in March 1361 and ended in September 1362. During this time, the pretender in Kyoto was Go-Kōgon -tennō. Go-Kōgons So ...

                                               

Kōchō

Kōchō was a Japanese era after Bunō and before Bunei. This period started in February 1261 and ended in February 1264. During this time, the emperor was Kameyama -tennō.

                                               

Kōei (era)

This article is about the Japanese era name. For the software company, see Koei. Kōei was a Japanese era name of the Northern Court during the Nanboku-chō period after Ryakuō and before Jōwa. This period started in April 1342 and ended in October ...

                                               

Kōgen

Kōgen was a Japanese era name after Kenchō and before Shōka. This period started in October 1256 and ended in March 1257. The reigning emperor was Go-Fukakusa -tennō.

                                               

Kōhō

Kōhō was a Japanese era name after Ōwa and before Anna. This period started in July 964 and ended in August 968. The reigning emperors were Murakami -tennō and Reizei -tennō.

                                               

Kōji (Muromachi period)

Kōji was a Japanese era name after Tenbun and before Eiroku. This period started in October 1555 and ended in February 1558. During this time, the emperors were Go-Nara -tennō and Ōgimachi -tennō.

                                               

Kōji (Heian period)

Kōji was a Japanese era name after Eiji and before Tenyō. This period spanned the year from April 1142 through February 1144. The reigning emperor was Konoe -tennō.

                                               

Kōka

Kōka was a Japanese era name after Tenpō and before Kaei. This period started in December 1844 and ended in February 1848. During this time, the emperors were Ninkō -tennō and Kōmei -tennō.