government by emperor Gouda 後宇多
policy over the temples and shrines
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AbstractThe dynasty of Gouda 後宇多, Fushimi 伏見 and Gofushimi 後伏見 enforced the virtuous government over the great temples and the shrines during 1301‒1321 age. In this paper, I researched on the policy over the temples and shrines. The policy was as follows. (1) The Gouda 後宇多 government reformed the court system for the temples and shrines, especially for the Ise-Jingu 伊勢神宮, but prohibited the forcibly action that was happened by the temples and shrines. (2) In the late age of Kamakura, the most important policy was the rigid practice of Shinto ceremony 神道儀式, that was celebrated in the court. (3) The dynasty did not issue the law for the land that was sold by the shrines. (4) The dynasty considered the policy that reestablished Rokusho-ji 六勝寺, but could not practice it. (5) Gouda 後宇多 gave preference to the Esoteric Buddhism 密教, but his support for the Esoteric Buddhism was a personal project.
名古屋大学文学部研究論集. 史学. v.60, 2014, p.103-124