Ashikaga Yoshihide (足利 義栄, 1538 – October 28, 1568) was the 14th shōgun of the Ashikaga shogunate who held nominal power for a few months in 1568 during the Muromachi period of Japan. When he became shōgun, he changed his name to Yoshinaga, but he is more conventionally recognized today by the name Yoshihide.
- Eiroku 11, in the 2nd month (1568): Yoshihide became Sei-i Taishōgun three years after the death of his cousin, the thirteenth shōgun Ashikaga Yoshiteru.
- Father: Ashikaga Yoshitsuna
- Mother: daughter of Ouchi Yoshiyuki
- Wife: Yuki no Tsubone
Events of Yoshihide's bakufu
Shortly after having been proclaimed shōgun, Yoshihide died from a contagious disease. In the same month, Oda Nobunaga marched his armies into Kyoto. He seized control of the capital. Nobunaga installed Ashikaga Yoshiaki as the fifteenth shōgun.
Era of Yoshihide's bakufu
- Eiroku (1558–1570)
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