Machi Fujimitsu (町藤光)

Fujimitsu (Hisamitsu?) MACHI (MACHINO?) (1390 - died December 15, 1469) was a Court noble during the middle of the Muromachi period. He was the head of the Machi clan from the Yanagiwara family, Hino line of the Northern House of the Fujiwara clan. Juichii (Junior First Rank) and Gon Dainagon (provisional major counselor).
His former name was 'Sukehiro.'

His father was Sukefuji MACHI and his mother was the daughter of Senjo TAIRA in Inaba Province. He became a priest and by the name of Jakucho or Jijaku.


In 1380

He was born.

On April 14, 1419

He was appointed Sangi (councillor).

The year was unknown.

He was transferred to Gon Dainagon.

On February 19, 1456

He was promoted to Juichii (Junior First Rank).

On December 24, 1469

He passed away.


His father: Sukefuji MACHI

His mother: The daughter of Senjo TAIRA in Inaba Province

His wife: The daughter of Mitsunao ISSHIKI in Awa Province

His eldest son: Hiromitsu MACHI (1444-1504)

Shonii (Senior Second Rank), Gon Dainagon, Muromachi Dainagon

His second son: Mitsuju MACHI (year of birth unknown and died in 1533)

He was adopted into Katsumitsu HINO, Sadaijin (minister of the left), 横川長吏, the head priest of Hossho-ji Temple, Hino betto, and Dai sojo (the highest position for a priest, upper grade).

His daughter: (year of birth and death unknown)

A priest of Anzen-ji temple

His daughter