護良親王令旨 (Moriyoshi shinnō ryōji)

Prince Moriyoshi here praises another Migita son Sukeyasu, for joining his cause on the twenty-eighth day of the fourth month. This documents is of a format reserved for imperial princes, which were transmitted by the noble Shijō Takasada, who added his monogram. Moriyoshi is praising Sukeyasu for joining his cause and fighting in battle, and holds out the promise for rewards. The document is addressed to the ‘residence’ of the Migita, showing that Moriyoshi also mobilized warriors according to their house.

[tag] Sa no ShōshōSukeyasu, the son of the Migita Shūri-no-suke Sukeie, a gokenin of Izumi province, joined our forces, and repeatedly displayed his exemplary military service. This is most estimable. He shall be rewarded promptly.

This is the edict (ryōji) of Prince Moriyoshi. Therefore, it shall thus be conveyed.

Genkō 3 [1333], fourth month, twenty-eighth day. Sa no Shōshō [Shijō Takasada] [monogram]

House of Migita Shūri-no-suke

 

護良親王令旨  

(付箋)

左少将

 

和泉國御家人和田修

理亮助家子息助康令馳参

御方度々合戦抽軍忠条

尤以神妙也早可有勧賞候

大塔宮新王令旨所候也仍執達

如件

(四条隆貞)

元弘三年四月廿八日    左少将 (花押)

 

 

 

和田修理亮館