Lifespan: Tenshō 2 (1574) to 5/20 of Kanei 6 (1629)
Father: Anekōji Yoritsuna
Mother: Daughter of Saitō Dōsan
Siblings: Anekōji Nobutsuna, Anekōji Hidetsuna, Anekōji Suetsuna (Nabeyama Mototsuna), Naotsuna, Kojima Motoyori, Chikatsuna, sister (wife of Endō Yoshitaka), sister (wife of Mukai Nobumasa)
Wife: Daughter of Ishizaki Saheita
Children: Mori Yorinao (adopted by Chikatsuna’s uncle, Mori Yoritsuna), Harutsuna
Mitsuki Chikatsuna served as a bushō during the Azuchi-Momoyama and early Edo periods.
In 1574, Chikatsuna was born as the youngest son of Anekōji Yoritsuna, a bushō, daimyō, noble, and head of the Mitsuki-Anekōji clan in Hida Province.
He was a hatamoto, or direct retainer of the shōgun, under the Edo bakufu. He is surmised to have received one of the characters in his name from Kanamori Nagachika, a daimyō and senior retainer of, among others, Oda Nobunaga, Toyotomi Hideyoshi, and Tokugawa Ieyasu.