Kannushi
A kannushi (神主, "god master", originally pronounced kamunushi), also called shinshoku (神職) (meaning god's employee), is the person responsible for the maintenance of a Shinto shrine (jinja) as wel...
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Matsudaira Tadakazu
Viscount Matsudaira Tadakazu (松平 忠和, September 14, 1851 – June 8, 1917) was the 8th and final daimyō of Shimabara Domain in Hizen Province, Kyūshū, Japan (modern-day Nagasaki Prefecture).
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Matsudaira Katamori
Matsudaira Katamori (松平 容保, February 15, 1836−December 5, 1893) was a samurai who lived in the last days of the Edo period and the early to mid Meiji period. He was the 9th daimyo of the Aizu han...
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Matsudaira Sadaaki
Matsudaira Sadaaki (松平 定敬, January 18, 1847 – July 12, 1908) was a Japanese daimyo of the Bakumatsu period, who was the last ruler of the Kuwana Domain. Sadaaki was the adopted heir of Matsu...
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Prince Kaya Kuninori
Prince Kaya Kuninori (賀陽宮邦憲王, Kaya-no-miya Kuninori Shinnō) ( 1 September 1867 – 8 December 1909) was a member of the Japanese imperial family and the founder of one of the nine ōke (or ...
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Matsudaira Munehide
Matsudaira Munehide (松平 宗秀, October 21, 1809 – December 20, 1873), also known as Honjō Munehide (本庄 宗秀), was a Japanese daimyo of the late Edo period who ruled the Miyazu Domain (modern-...
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Tamisuke Watanuki
Tamisuke Watanuki (綿貫 民輔 Watanuki Tamisuke) (born 30 April 1927) is a Japanese politician from the Toyama Prefecture. He started his own export-import company at age 28. He graduated from the Depart...
Prince Kuni Taka
Prince Kuni Taka (久邇宮多嘉王, Kuni-no-miya Taka-ō, 17 August 1875 – 1 October 1937) was a member of a collateral branch of the Japanese imperial family, who served as the chief priest (saishu) of...
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Matsudaira Yoritaka
Matsudaira Yoritaka (松平 頼位, March 17, 1810 – December 17, 1886) was a Japanese daimyo of the late Edo Period who served as daimyo of Shishido han. Retiring early, he was succeeded by his son...
Arima Ryokitsu
Admiral Arima Ryōkitsu (有馬 良橘, December 16, 1861 – May 1, 1944) was a career naval officer in the Imperial Japanese Navy during Meiji and Taishō periods.
Arima was a native of Wakayama...
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Maki Yasuomi
Maki Yasuomi (真木 保臣, April 7, 1813 – August 22, 1864) was a Japanese samurai of the late Edo period, who served as a retainer of the Arima clan of Kurume in northern Kyūshū. He was also a Sh...
Toyotarō Yūki
Toyotarō Yūki (結城 豊太郎, Yūki Toyotarō, May 24, 1877 – August 1, 1951), was a central banker in the Empire of Japan, serving as the 15th Governor of the Bank of Japan and twice as a cabin...
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Shigenobu Katakura
Shigenobu Katakura (片倉 重信, Katakura Shigenobu, born 1940) is a Japanese religious figure. The descendant of famed Sendai han retainer Katakura Kagetsuna, Shigenobu is the chief priest of Aoba ...
Inaba Masakuni
Inaba Masakuni (稲葉 正邦, July 26, 1834 – July 15, 1898) was a Japanese daimyo of the late-Edo period. In the Edo period, the Makino were identified as one of the fudai or insider daimyō clans...
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Prince Kuniyoshi Kuni
Prince Kuni Kuniyoshi (久邇宮邦彦王, Kuni-no-miya Kuniyoshi ō, 23 June 1873 – 29 June 1929) was a member of the Japanese imperial family and a field marshal in the Imperial Japanese Army dur...
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Asahiko, Prince Kuni
Prince Kuni Asahiko (久邇宮 朝彦親王, Kuni-no-miya Asahiko shinnō, 27 February 1824 – 25 October 1891), was a member of a collateral line of the Japanese imperial family who played a key role i...
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Saigō Tanomo
Saigō Tanomo (西郷 頼母, May 16, 1830 – April 28, 1903) was a Japanese samurai of the late Edo period. Chief senior councilor (hittōgarō 筆頭家老 ) of the Aizu clan, he achieved fame due to his dis...
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Ichinohe Hyoe
Ichinohe Hyōe (一戸 兵衛, August 2, 1855 – September 2, 1931) was a general of the Imperial Japanese Army. A meticulous planner, the casualty rate of his command was far fewer than that of his f...
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Matsudaira
The Matsudaira clan (松平氏, Matsudaira-shi) was a Japanese samurai clan that claimed descent from the Minamoto clan. It first originated in and took its name from Matsudaira village, in Mikawa P...
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Atsuko Ikeda
Atsuko Ikeda (池田厚子, Ikeda Atsuko, born 7 March 1931), formerly Atsuko, Princess Yori (順宮厚子内親王, Yori-no-miya Atsuko Naishinnō), is the widow of Marquis Takamasa Ikeda (池田隆政, Ike...
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Itakura Katsukiyo
Itakura Katsukiyo (板倉 勝静, February 14, 1823 – April 6, 1889) was a Japanese daimyo of the late Edo period. Famed for his tenure as rōjū, Itakura later became a Shinto priest.
Itakura, bo...
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