- Born: 1633
- Died: 1654
- Reign: 1643-1654
- Japanese: 後光明天皇 (Go Koumyou tennou)
Emperor Go-Kômyô was an emperor of the early Edo period.
Go-Kômyô was a son of Emperor Go-Mizunoo by his consort Sono Mitsuko, also known as Mibu-in. He took the throne in 1643 following the abdication of his half-sister Empress Meishô.
He died in 1654 and was succeeded by another half-brother, who took the throne as Emperor Go-Sai.
- Evelyn Rawski, Early Modern China and Northeast Asia: Cross-Border Perspectives, Cambridge University Press (2015), 157.