Ichijin Shinmichi

Ichijin Shinmichi (April 2nd, 1233 — July 6th, 1317) was the former Emperor of Tesaki Juusan and the father of current Emperor Seijin Shinmichi.

Ichijin started his rule in 1278, following the death of Emperor Masaru Itsuki. He was considered to be a fair and prudent ruler; his reign was noted for the increased prosperity of the Juusan, as well as the promotion of maritime commerce, particularly in Klawmakiba. The period of his reign was considered to be one of recovery, following the high cost of the Steel War and the building of the Taitan Wall. In those terms, his rule was a great success, and he has been succeeded admirably by his son Seijin.

Ichijin Shinmichi

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