This kuzan an from emperor Go-Tsuchimikado records a promotion for Kiyonori’s son Kiyohisa to the office of Uemon no shōjō in 1478. Most likely Kiyohisa succeeded his father and gained a position in the lower ranks of the nobility. This post was often linked to a position in the capital police, which was responsible for providing order and adjudicating cases in the capital.
”Record of a Proclamation”
”Perhaps Yanagihara Kazuhide, perhaps Wakamachi Hiromitsu”Noble in Charge (Shōkei): the Hino Middle Counselor (Chūnagon)Bunmei 10 , Eighth Month, Thirteenth Day Ordered:
is hereby appointed as Lesser Lieutenant of the Right Palace Guard (Uemon no shōjō).