Takauji (written: 尊氏 or 高氏) is a masculine Japanese given name and may refer to:

  • Ashikaga Takauji (足利 尊氏?) (1305–1358), Japanese shogun
  • Sasaki Takauji (佐々木 高氏?) (1306–1373), Japanese samurai
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Other articles related to "takauji":

Kō No Moronao
... He was appointed by Ashikaga Takauji, the first shogun of the Ashikaga shogunate ... Moronao and his brother Moroyasu during their careers were extremely useful to Takauji, but because of their violent characters they also made him many ... Most importantly, Moronao was bitterly opposed to Takauji's younger brother Tadayoshi and his policies ...
Taiheiki - Original Work
... spans the period from Go-Daigo's accession in 1318 (when Takauji was still a minor vassal of the Kamakura shogunate's Hōjō clan), through Takauji's betrayal of ...
Sasaki Takauji
... Sasaki Takauji (佐々木 高氏?, 1306 – September 12, 1373), also known by his religious name Sasaki Dōyō, was a Japanese poet, warrior, and bureaucrat of the Muromachi period ... Born in Ōmi province, Sasaki Takauji served the regent Hōjō Takatoki briefly, before aiding the Shogun Ashikaga Takauji in overthrowing the Kemmu Restoration (in which ... During his period of service to the shogunate, Sasaki Takauji served as shugo (military governor) of six provinces, and held a number of other important positions ...
Death of Nitta Yoshisada
... During the following few years, Nitta's rivalry with Ashikaga Takauji (and his brother Ashikaga Tadayoshi) came to a head, with the two planning rebellion, and issuing a ... Nitta was fighting in the Siege of Kuromaru against Hosokawa Akiuji, an ally of Takauji, when his horse was felled by arrow fire ...