Takaoka shi (Takaoka Clan) (高丘氏)
Takaoka Clan was one of the clans of Japan.
"Takaoka family (Fujiwara cognomen)"- Derived from the branch family of Nakazono of the FUJIWARA no Kinsuke line (one of the Fujiwara clique) of the Northern House of the Fujiwara clan. The family status was the Urin family. The family crest was 'gyoyo (apricot leaf) in a circle'. Sueoki, son of FUJIWARA no Suesada began to use the name of Takaoka. Refer to the Takaoka family for details.
"Descendant of Koboku of Koryo shi"-Immigrant family that derived from Koboku of Koryo shi, the descendant of Qin's royal family Koryo kun. Kawachi, the son of Ei Sazanami who was a monk from overseas, was given the name of Sukune TAKAOKA and later that of the Takaoka Ren by the Emperor. He was well known as a government official and warrior of Kyoto until around the time of the Onin War. The family later moved to Kajigashima mura (Amagasaki), Kawabe gun, Settsu Province.