Nakatomi clan (中臣氏, Nakatomi-uji?) was a Japanese aristocratic kin group (uji).
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... Historically, both the Inbe and Nakatomi clans had long performed religious services for the Japanese imperial court ... However, at the beginning of the Heian period, the Fujiwara clan, whom the Nakatomi clan are a branch of, seized political power ... This strengthened the Nakatomi clan while weakening the Inbe clan and caused conflict between the two clans ...
... Kogo Shūi—a record of the conflict between the Nakatomi and Inbe clans. ...
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