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Kishū Domain - Wikipedia

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A guidepost marking the site of a residence for the Kishu-Tokugawa clan. The Kishū Domain (紀州藩, Kishū-han), also known as Kii Domain (紀伊藩) or Waka...

Kishu Tokugawa clan - SamuraiWiki

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Mar 21, 2014 ... The Tokugawa of Kii province were one of the Gosanke, the three branch families of Tokugawa Ieyasu's own lineage, and the highest ranking ...

Japanese Musical Instruments:Heirloom of Kishu-Tokugawa Family ...

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It has generally been reported that the collection of musical instruments that have been handed down in the Kishu (Wakayama) Tokugawa family, possessed by ...

Tokugawa clan - Topics

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The Tokugawa clan ( 徳川氏、德川氏 Tokugawa-shi or Tokugawa-uji) was a ... three branches with fiefs in Owari, Kishū, and Mito) bore the Tokugawa surname.

Tokugawa clan - WikiVisually

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Jan 3, 2017 ... Members of the Tokugawa clan intermarried with prominent daimyo and the Imperial ... Tokugawa Mitsusada, 2nd Lord of Kishū (1627-1705).

Wakayama Castle and the Lords of Kishu - Izanau

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Jun 9, 2016 ... He also established the House of Kishu. This branch of the Tokugawa Clan would go on to rule Kishu for the next 250 years right up until the ...

Tokugawa Period and Meiji Restoration - Facts & Summary ...

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But when the Tokugawa shogunate growing increasingly weak by the mid-19th century, two powerful clans joined forces in early 1868 to seize power as part of ...

Edo period — Encyclopedia of Japan

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The Edo period (also known as the Tokugawa period) refers to a period in Japanese .... Yoshimune TOKUGAWA from the Kishu Tokugawa family assumed the ...

Tokugawa shogunate | Japanese history | Britannica.com

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After the Tokugawa family had reconstituted Japan's central government in 1603, the head of the Mōri family became the daimyo, or feudal lord, of Chōshū, the ...

Prominent People of Minato City (Iemochi Tokugawa)

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The 14th shogun. Iemochi, was born into the Kishu Tokugawa family and was first called Yoshitomi. He became the successor to the 13th shogun, Iesada, and ...