Fujiwara no Tamemichi (藤原為通)
FUJIWARA no Tamemichi (1112 - August 1, 1154) was a court noble during the late Heian Period. He was the first son of Dajodaijin (Grand Minister) FUJIWARA no Koremichi. His mother was Dajodaijin FUJIWARA no Sadazane's daughter.
1131: Jugoinojo (Junior 5th Rank, Higher Grade)
1132: Jiju (chamberlain)
1136: Shogoinoge (Senior 5th Rank, Lower Grade) and Ushosho (minor captain of the Right Division of Inner Palace Guards)
1137: Bicchu no suke (assistant governor of Bicchu Province) and Sashosho (minor captain of the Left Division of Inner Palace Guards)
1138: Jushiinoge (Junior 4th Rank, Lower Grade)
1140: Jushiinojo (Junior 4th Rank, Higher Grade)
1141: Chugu Gon no suke (provisional assistant master of the Consort's Household) and Kotaigogu Gon no suke (provisional assistant master of the Empress Dowager's Household)
1142: Shoshiinoge (Senior Fourth Rank, Lower Grade), Bingo Gon no suke (provisional assistant governor of Bingo Province), and Sachujo (middle captain of the Left Division of Inner Palace Guards)
1146: Bizen Gon no suke (assistant governor of Bizen Province) and Kurodo no to (head chamberlain)
1150: Sangi (councilor), Chugu Gon no daibu (provisional master of the Consort's Household)
1152: Tanba Gon no kami (provisional governor of Tanba Province)
According to "Insei-ki Shakai no Kenkyu" (study on the period of rule by the retired emperors) by Fumihiko GOMI, "Shihon-urin"(四品羽林) recorded that Tamemichi had a homosexual relationship with FUJIWARA no Yorinaga in 1142, and the person with whom Michinaga had a sex on a New Year's day of 1147 was said to be Tamemichi.