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Maeda Nariyasu was a lord of [[Kaga han]]. He is known for his marriage in [[1827]] to [[Yohime|Yôhime]], 21st daughter of Shogun [[Tokugawa Ienari]].<ref>[[Albert M. Craig]], ''The Heritage of Japanese Civilization'', Second Edition, Prentice Hall (2011), 78.; "[http://www.seisonkaku.com/english/tenjisitu/meihin5.html Embroidered Costume on Pale Blue Crepe]," [[Seisonkaku]] official website.</ref> A large red gate built at the entrance to the Kaga domain's [[Kaga Edo mansion|''kami-yashiki'' (upper mansion)]] in [[Edo]] still stands today, while the grounds of the mansion have become the main campus of the [[University of Tokyo]].
 
Maeda Nariyasu was a lord of [[Kaga han]]. He is known for his marriage in [[1827]] to [[Yohime|Yôhime]], 21st daughter of Shogun [[Tokugawa Ienari]].<ref>[[Albert M. Craig]], ''The Heritage of Japanese Civilization'', Second Edition, Prentice Hall (2011), 78.; "[http://www.seisonkaku.com/english/tenjisitu/meihin5.html Embroidered Costume on Pale Blue Crepe]," [[Seisonkaku]] official website.</ref> A large red gate built at the entrance to the Kaga domain's [[Kaga Edo mansion|''kami-yashiki'' (upper mansion)]] in [[Edo]] still stands today, while the grounds of the mansion have become the main campus of the [[University of Tokyo]].
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He was succeeded by his son [[Maeda Yoshiyasu]].
  
 
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Latest revision as of 00:45, 21 November 2019

  • Titles: Kaga no kami
  • Japanese: 前田 斉泰 (Maeda Nariyasu)

Maeda Nariyasu was a lord of Kaga han. He is known for his marriage in 1827 to Yôhime, 21st daughter of Shogun Tokugawa Ienari.[1] A large red gate built at the entrance to the Kaga domain's kami-yashiki (upper mansion) in Edo still stands today, while the grounds of the mansion have become the main campus of the University of Tokyo.

He was succeeded by his son Maeda Yoshiyasu.

[edit] References

  1. Albert M. Craig, The Heritage of Japanese Civilization, Second Edition, Prentice Hall (2011), 78.; "Embroidered Costume on Pale Blue Crepe," Seisonkaku official website.
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