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[[File:Enhime.jpg|right|thumb|400px|Grave of En-hime at [[Keifuku-ji]], Himeji City]]
 
*''Born: [[1826]]''
 
*''Born: [[1826]]''
*''Died: [[1867]]''
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*''Died: [[1867]]/7/8''
 
*''Japanese'': 婉姫 ''(En hime)''
 
*''Japanese'': 婉姫 ''(En hime)''
  
En-hime was the daughter of [[Honda Suketoshi]] (lord of [[Iiyama han]]) and wife to [[Sakai Tadashige]] (lord of [[Himeji han]]). She lived in the eastern palace within [[Himeji castle]] beginning in [[1862]].
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En-hime was the daughter of [[Honda Suketoshi]] (lord of [[Iiyama han]]) and wife to [[Sakai Tadashige (Himeji)|Sakai Tadashige]] (lord of [[Himeji han]]). She lived in the eastern palace within [[Himeji castle]] beginning in [[1862]].
  
 
Following her death in [[1867]], she was buried at [[Keifuku-ji]], along with a number of the other women of the [[Sakai clan]].
 
Following her death in [[1867]], she was buried at [[Keifuku-ji]], along with a number of the other women of the [[Sakai clan]].
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==References==
 
==References==
*Plaques on-site at Keifuku-ji, Himeji.
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*Plaques on-site at Keifuku-ji, Himeji.[https://www.flickr.com/photos/toranosuke/44485362850/in/photostream/]
  
 
[[Category:Women]]
 
[[Category:Women]]
 
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[[Category:Edo Period]]

Latest revision as of 19:56, 7 May 2020

Grave of En-hime at Keifuku-ji, Himeji City
  • Born: 1826
  • Died: 1867/7/8
  • Japanese: 婉姫 (En hime)

En-hime was the daughter of Honda Suketoshi (lord of Iiyama han) and wife to Sakai Tadashige (lord of Himeji han). She lived in the eastern palace within Himeji castle beginning in 1862.

Following her death in 1867, she was buried at Keifuku-ji, along with a number of the other women of the Sakai clan.

[edit] References

  • Plaques on-site at Keifuku-ji, Himeji.[1]
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