was a high political post in feudal
Japan; it is usually translated as Shogun's Deputy. After 1337, there were actually two "Kanrei", the Kyoto "Kanrei" and the "Kantō Kanrei".
1219until 1333, the post was synonymous with the " Rokuhara Tandai", and was based in Kyoto. The Hōjō clanmonopolized this post, and there were during this period two Deputies - a southern chief, and a northern chief. From 1336to 1367, the Deputy was called nihongo|"Shitsuji"|執事 The first to hold this title was Kō no Moronao.
1367, Hosokawa Yoriyukiwas chosen by a council to become Deputy (Kyoto "Kanrei"). In order to ensure the loyalty of his colleagues, the Hatakeyama and Shiba clans, he proposed that three families share the position of "Kanrei", alternating between them every time a new appointment was needed. Thus was born the "San-Kan" or Three "Kanrei". However, in 1379, Yoriyuki's actions attracted the resentment of certain powerful lords, who pressed for his dismissal. After that, the Kyoto "Kanrei" no longer held the responsibilities of Shogun's Deputy, and merely carried out his orders in an advisory and executive position.
Following the fall of the
Kamakura shogunate, and abolition of the " Rokuhara Tandai" position, Ashikaga Takaujicreated the post of "Kantō Kanrei", or Shogun's Deputy in the East (" Kantō" generally refers to the area around and including modern Tokyo).
The first "Kantō Kanrei" was
Ashikaga Yoshiakira, who took the post in 1337. Members of the Ashikaga clanheld the post until 1439, when "Kanrei" Uesugi Norizaneseized power in the wake of a rebellion by Ashikaga Mochiuji. The "Kanrei" had, up until this point, been a subordinate to the "Kantō-kubō"; Ashikaga Mochiuji would be the last "kubō" to hold any real power. Members of the Uesugi familydominated the post until 1552, when it was abolished.
The political organization of the
Ashikaga shogunatewas complex, and shifted from time to time. The responsibilities and official title of the "Kanrei" or Deputy changed a number of times, as other positions were created or abolished. In addition, they worked alongside a number of other posts, such as the "Kyūshū Tandai", who represented the Shogun's interests and orders in the southernmost of the main islands.
Kō no Moronao(?-1351)
Kō no Moroyo(?-1351)
Kō no Moronao(?-1351)
1362- 1366 Shiba Yoshimasa(1350-1410)
1368- 1379 Hosokawa Yoriyuki(1329-1392)
1379- 1391Shiba Yoshimasa (1350-1410)
1391- 1393 Hosokawa Yorimoto(1343-1397)
1393- 1398Shiba Yoshimasa (1350-1410)
1398- 1405 Hatakeyama Motokuni(1352-1406)
**1421-1429 Hatakeyama Mitsuie (1372-1433)
**1449-1452 Hatakeyama Mochikuni (1398-1455)
**1452-1464 Hosokawa Katsumoto (1430-1473)
**1468-1473 Hosokawa Katsumoto (1430-1473)
**1473 Hatakeyama Masanaga (1442-1493)
**1478-1486 Hatakeyama Masanaga (1442-1493)
**1486-1487 Hatakeyama Masanaga (1442-1493)
**1487-? Hosokawa Masamoto (1466-1507)
**1490 Hosokawa Masamoto (1466-1507)
**1495-1507 Hosokawa Masamoto (1466-1507)
*Sansom, George (1961). "A History of Japan: 1334-1615." Stanford, California: Stanford University Press.
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