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*''Died: [[1853]]/6/22''
 
*''Other Names'': [[徳川]] 美子 ''(Tokugawa Yoshiko)'', 峰寿院 ''(Houjuin)''
 
*''Other Names'': [[徳川]] 美子 ''(Tokugawa Yoshiko)'', 峰寿院 ''(Houjuin)''
 
*''Japanese'': 峰姫 ''(Mine hime)''
 
*''Japanese'': 峰姫 ''(Mine hime)''
  
Mine-hime, or Tokugawa Yoshiko, was the wife of [[Tokugawa Narinobu]], lord of [[Mito han]]. Her grandsons included [[Tokugawa Yoshiatsu]], who succeeded Narinobu's successor [[Tokugawa Nariaki]] as lord of Mito.
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Mine-hime, or Tokugawa Yoshiko, 13th daughter of [[Shogun]] [[Tokugawa Ienari]], was the wife of [[Tokugawa Narinobu]], lord of [[Mito han]]. Her grandsons included [[Tokugawa Yoshiatsu]], who succeeded Narinobu's successor [[Tokugawa Nariaki]] as lord of Mito.
  
Her posthumous Buddhist name was Hôjuin.
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She died on [[1853]]/6/22, by chance the same day as Shogun [[Tokugawa Ieyoshi]]. Her posthumous Buddhist name was Hôjuin.
  
 
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==References==
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Ishin Shiryo, vol 1, 437.
  
 
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Latest revision as of 22:57, 19 November 2019

  • Died: 1853/6/22
  • Other Names: 徳川 美子 (Tokugawa Yoshiko), 峰寿院 (Houjuin)
  • Japanese: 峰姫 (Mine hime)

Mine-hime, or Tokugawa Yoshiko, 13th daughter of Shogun Tokugawa Ienari, was the wife of Tokugawa Narinobu, lord of Mito han. Her grandsons included Tokugawa Yoshiatsu, who succeeded Narinobu's successor Tokugawa Nariaki as lord of Mito.

She died on 1853/6/22, by chance the same day as Shogun Tokugawa Ieyoshi. Her posthumous Buddhist name was Hôjuin.

[edit] References

Ishin Shiryo, vol 1, 437.

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