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Tokugawa Yorifusa was the eleventh son of [[Tokugawa Ieyasu]], and was the first head of the [[Mito Tokugawa clan]], one of the ''[[gosanke]]''.
 
Tokugawa Yorifusa was the eleventh son of [[Tokugawa Ieyasu]], and was the first head of the [[Mito Tokugawa clan]], one of the ''[[gosanke]]''.
  
His mother was [[Oman no Kata]]. He was given a 100,000 ''[[koku]]'' fief at [[Shimotzuma]] in [[Hitachi province]] as a child ([[1603]]), and in [[1621]] was transferred to [[Mito han]], worth 350,000 ''koku''. As a young man he was tutored by [[Nakayama Nobuyoshi|Nakayama Bizen no kami Nobuyoshi]] ([[1576]]-[[1642]]), a member of a former [[Go-Hojo clan|Hôjô]] retainer family. Yorifusa is sometimes said to have been considered the most clever of Ieyasu's last three sons, and a number of anecdotes involving the three of them and Ieyasu survive. Yorifusa's Mito domain line became the third of the ''gosanke'', a lineage which two centuries later provided the 15th and final Tokugawa [[shogun|shôgun]], [[Tokugawa Yoshinobu]].  
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His mother was [[Oman no Kata]]. He was given a 100,000 ''[[koku]]'' fief at [[Shimotsuma han|Shimotsuma]] in [[Hitachi province]] as a child ([[1603]]), and in [[1621]] was transferred to [[Mito han]], worth 350,000 ''koku''. As a young man he was tutored by [[Nakayama Nobuyoshi|Nakayama Bizen no kami Nobuyoshi]] ([[1576]]-[[1642]]), a member of a former [[Go-Hojo clan|Hôjô]] retainer family. Yorifusa is sometimes said to have been considered the most clever of Ieyasu's last three sons, and a number of anecdotes involving the three of them and Ieyasu survive. Yorifusa's Mito domain line became the third of the ''gosanke'', a lineage which two centuries later provided the 15th and final Tokugawa [[shogun|shôgun]], [[Tokugawa Yoshinobu]].  
  
 
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Latest revision as of 03:12, 22 September 2019

Tokugawa Yorifusa was the eleventh son of Tokugawa Ieyasu, and was the first head of the Mito Tokugawa clan, one of the gosanke.

His mother was Oman no Kata. He was given a 100,000 koku fief at Shimotsuma in Hitachi province as a child (1603), and in 1621 was transferred to Mito han, worth 350,000 koku. As a young man he was tutored by Nakayama Bizen no kami Nobuyoshi (1576-1642), a member of a former Hôjô retainer family. Yorifusa is sometimes said to have been considered the most clever of Ieyasu's last three sons, and a number of anecdotes involving the three of them and Ieyasu survive. Yorifusa's Mito domain line became the third of the gosanke, a lineage which two centuries later provided the 15th and final Tokugawa shôgun, Tokugawa Yoshinobu.

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