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Kishū Domain

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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 ...

Wakayama Castle where Shogun Grew up:International Education ...

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Kishu Tokugawa Family and Shogun (General) Yoshimune ... the Edo Period) Tokugawa, Ieyasu's 10th son, Yorinobu at the Wakayama Castle of Kii Province.

What does Kioi-chō mean? | JAPAN THIS!

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Mar 23, 2016 ... Kishū Tokugawa-ke. Tokugawa of Kishū Domain[ii] ... The Ii family, while not directly related to the 徳川将軍家 Tokugawa Shōgun-ke Tokugawa ...

A NANKI SHIGEKUNI WAKIZASHI « Unique Japan (uniquejapan.com)

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After Ieyasu passed away in 1616, Shigekuni followed Ieyasu's tenth son, Yorinobu to Wakayama in Kishu where Yorinobu founded the Kishu Tokugawa family ...

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 ...

Wakayama City - The Official Wakayama Travel Guide

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The last in a series of feudal rulers of Japan was the Tokugawa family. ... shogun, Tokugawa Yoshimune (1684 - 1751), who was a native son of Kishu Domain ...

Kishu Goten Temari | List of Our Special Features | JAPANSQUARE

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Wakayama flourished as a castle town under the rule of the Kishu Tokugawa clan in the Edo period – the honored shogun Yoshimune Tokugawa was a member ...

TOKUGAWA ART MUSEUM - Kikuko-nagoya.com

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The museum also displays articles from the TOKUGAWA head family, KISHU TOKUGAWA FAMILY, HITOTSUBASHI TOKUGAWA FAMILY, and other families ...

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Tokugawa clan - Revolvy

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The Tokugawa clan ( 徳川氏、德川氏 Tokugawa-shi or Tokugawa-uji) was a ... Shōgun (1684-1751; 5th Lord of Kishū: 1705-1716; 8th Tokugawa Shōgun: ...

Musical Instruments Tell Stories: Tokugawa Harutomi, Feudal Lord ...

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It has been reported that the collection of musical instruments handed down in the Kishu-Tokugawa family was put together mostly by Tokugawa Harutomi ( 1770 ...

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 ...