The Kazoku (華族, "Magnificent/Exalted lineage") was the hereditary peerage of the Empire of Japan, which existed between 1869 and 1947. Contents. [hide]. 1 Origins; 2 Development; 3 See also; 4 References; 5 Notes; 6 External links. Origins. Following the Meiji Restoration of 1868, the ancient court nobility of Kyoto, .... Above the Clouds: Status Culture of the Modern Japanese Nobility.
2.1 Native clans; 2.2 Newly created noble clan. 3 Immigrant clans (Toraijin, 渡来 人). 3.1 Baekje; 3.2 Goguryeo; 3.3 Silla; 3.4 Gaya; 3.5 China. 4 Family names; 5 Other clans and families. 5.1 Ryukyu. 6 See also; 7 Notes; 8 References. Ancient clan names. There are ancient-era clan names called Uji-na (氏名) or Honsei ..... Each of samurai families is called "[family name] clan (氏)" as follows and ...
The Imperial House of Japan (皇室, kōshitsu), also referred to as the Imperial Family, and the ..... copying of the Chinese pattern where a "king" is a title for noble persons under the emperor: imperial family members, high-ranking feudal lords, ... Shinnō also included the heads of any of the shinnō-ke (親王家: shinnō family).
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