Nobuhiro Konoe (1599-1649) was a court noble of the early Edo period, the fourth prince of Emperor Goyozei, whose mother was a former child of Chūwa-monin and adopted successor of Nobuyun Konoe. After serving as Minister of the Interior and Minister of the Left, he was appointed to the position of Sekihaku. He later became a monk and was given the title of “Oyama” by Sōpōn Sawan. He also excelled in calligraphy and painting, learning the Samyakuin school of calligraphy from his adoptive father, Shin’yun, and the tea ceremony from Furuta Oribe. A leading cultural figure of his day, he was a central figure in the cultural salons of the court under Emperor Gosui.