King Weishiyun

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Weishiyun
永春ヱイシユンワウ
King of Hoenn
King Weishiyun speaking at the opening of a secondary school in Sanuki Province, 754
King Weishiyun speaking at the opening of a secondary school in Sanuki Province, 754
King of Hoenn
Reign Sanayetsuki 24, 722 — Shiwasu 29, 756
Coronation Mutsuki 1, 723
Predecessor Touwa
Successor Queen Haruka
Born Nobuhisa (修久ノブヒサ?)
Haochidzuki 13, 664
Kagoshima Castle, Kagoshima, Satsuma Province
Died Shiwasu 29, 756
Tsushima University Hospital, Dewford, Tsukushi Province
Queen consort Enmai (oo 686; † 742)
Issue
House Shimadzu
Father Touwa
Mother Hananiji
Religion Shintou

Weishiyun (永春ヱイシユンワウ Weishiyun-wau?, Haochidzuki 13, 664 — Shiwasu 29, 756) was the fifth King of Hoenn. On Sanayetsuki 24, 722, he succeeded his father Touwa, and on Shiwasu 29, 756, he was succeeded by his daughter Haruka.

Name

In Hoenn, the King is never referred to by is given name, but rather as His Majesty the King (ワウ陛下ヘイカ Wau-heika?), or as His/Your Majesty (陛下ヘイカ Heika?). In writing, during his lifetime, King Weishiyun was also referred to as the reigning King (今上キンジヤウワウ Kinjau-wau?). King Weishiyun's pre-accession title was Prince Satsuma (薩摩サツマミヤ Satsuma-no-miya?).

Biography

Titles, styles, honors, and arms

Styles of
King Weishiyun
Maru juji.svg
Reference style His Majesty the King
(ワウ陛下ヘイカ Wau-heika?)
Spoken style Your Majesty
(陛下へいか Heika?)
Alternative style The Reigning King
(今上キンジヤウワウ Kinjau-wau?)
  • Haochidzuki 13, 664 — Yayoi 11, 672: His Royal Highness Nobuhisa, Prince Satsuma (薩摩サツマミヤ修久ノブヒサ Satsuma-no-miya Nobuhisa?)
  • Yayoi 11, 672 — Sanayetsuki 24, 722: His Royal Highness The Crown Prince (王太子ワウタイジ Wautaiji?)
  • Sanayetsuki 24, 722 — Shiwasu 29, 756: His Majesty The King (ワウ陛下ヘイカ Wau-heika?)
  • Posthumous title: King Weishiyun (永春ヱイシユンワウ Weishiyun-wau?)