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== Princ Morinaga ==
[[Slika:Kamakura-gu_Treasure.jpg|sličica|Kip princa Morinaga v Kamakuri]]
Princ Morinaga je postal Takaudžijev nasprotnik, saj je bil ugleden in predan vzpostavitvi civilne vlade, ki jo je podpiral tudi Jošisada (Takaudži ga je užalil). Napetosti so rasle, dokler ni Takaudži Morinaga zaprl v Kjotu pod pretvezo in ga transportiral v Kamakuro, kjer je bil zapornik do konca avgusta 1335. Podporniki Hodžo so tu in tam sporadično netili upore. Tekom istega leta je Tokijuki Hodžo (sin tadnjega regenta Takatokija) poskusil povrniti ''šogunat'' s silo in premagal Tadajošija v današnji [[prefekturi Kanagava]]. Tadajoši je zbežal, pred odhodom pa je naročil obglavljenje princa Morinaga. Kamakura je kratek čas ostala v rokah Tokijukija. Takaudži je zaprosil cesarja za naziv ''sej-i tajšogun'', da bi lahko zatrl ta upor in pomagal bratu. Po zavrnitvi je organiziral svoje sile in se vrnil v Kamakuro brez cesarjevega blagoslova, kjer je premagal klan Hodžo.{{Efn|Unlike every other source consulted Goble,{{sfn|Goble|1996}} on page 38 of his "History of Japan" (see references), [[George Sansom]] states that Tokiyuki was killed on September 8, 1335 by Ashikaga forces entering Kamakura. This is also certainly an error.}} Namestil se je v soseski Nikajdo.<ref>Sansom says Ashikaga was staying at a temple called Eifuku-ji. This is an error, because Takauji in 1335 is known to have stayed at the ''[//en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bett%C5%8D [bettō]]'s'' residence at {{nihongo|[[Nikaidō#Etimology of the name|Yōfuku-ji]]|永福寺}}&#x20;(<span lang="ja">永福寺</span>), a famous temple in Nikaidō built by Minamoto no Yoritomo which disappeared at some point during the 15th century. Yōfuku-ji was a traditional vacation residence of the ''shōguns'', and the characters in its name are indeed usually read "Eifuku-ji". See the article [[Nikaidō]].</ref> Ko so ga povabili, da se vrne v Kjoto, jim je preko brata Tadajošija sporočil, da se počuti varnega, kjer je. V Okuri, kjer je prebival prvi ''šogun ''Minamoto no Joritomo, si je gradil dvorec.
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, a famous temple in Nikaidō built by Minamoto no Yoritomo which disappeared at some point during the 15th century. Yōfuku-ji was a traditional vacation residence of the ''shōguns'', and the characters in its name are indeed usually read "Eifuku-ji". See the article [//en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nikaid%C5%8D Nikaidō].</ref> Ko so ga povabili, da se vrne v Kjoto, jim je preko brata Tadajošija sporočil, da se počuti varnega, kjer je. V Okuri, kjer je prebival prvi ''šogun ''Minamoto no Joritomo, si je gradil dvorec.
 
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