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Lords of Takamatsu domain included:
 
Lords of Takamatsu domain included:
 
*[[Matsudaira Yorinori]] (r. c. 1807)
 
*[[Matsudaira Yorinori]] (r. c. 1807)
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*[[Matsudaira Yoritane]] (r. c. 1849)
 
*[[Matsudaira Yoritoshi]] ([[1843]]-[[1903]]), who married [[Ii Yachiyo]], a daughter of [[Ii Naosuke]].<ref>Rebecca Corbett, ''Cultivating Femininity: Women and Tea Culture in Edo and Meiji Japan'', University of Hawaii Press (2018), 140-144.</ref>
 
*[[Matsudaira Yoritoshi]] ([[1843]]-[[1903]]), who married [[Ii Yachiyo]], a daughter of [[Ii Naosuke]].<ref>Rebecca Corbett, ''Cultivating Femininity: Women and Tea Culture in Edo and Meiji Japan'', University of Hawaii Press (2018), 140-144.</ref>
  

Revision as of 02:31, 19 September 2019

Takamatsu domain was an Edo period domain based at Takamatsu castle on Shikoku. It was ruled by a branch of the Matsudaira clan, and enjoyed an official kokudaka rating of 120,000 koku.[1]

Lords of Takamatsu domain included:

Many of the lords of Takamatsu domain are buried at Yanaka Cemetery in Tokyo.

References

  1. Fukai Masaumi 深井雅海, Tôken to kakutsuke 刀剣と格付け, Tokyo: Yoshikawa kôbunkan (2018), 76.
  2. Rebecca Corbett, Cultivating Femininity: Women and Tea Culture in Edo and Meiji Japan, University of Hawaii Press (2018), 140-144.
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