Ōzu Domain

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Ōzu Domain
大洲藩
Han of the Tokugawa Shogunate
1608–1871
Capital Ōzu
History
 -  Established 1608
 -  Abolition 1871
Ōzu Castle in 2007. The keep (left) was reconstructed in 2004.

Ōzu Domain (大洲藩 Ōzu-han?) was a Japanese han or fief centered on Ōzu in Iyo Province (now Ehime Prefecture). It was governed from Ōzu Castle.

Ōzu Domain was abolished, along with all the other han, in 1871.

Lords of Ōzu[edit]

House of Wakisaka[edit]

  1. Wakisaka Yasuharu (1609–1615)
  2. Wakisaka Yasumoto (1615–1617)

House of Katō[edit]

  1. Katō Sadayasu (1617–1623)
  2. Katō Yasuoki (1623–1674)
  3. Katō Yasutsune (1674–1715)
  4. Katō Yasumune (1715–1727)
  5. Katō Yasuatsu (1727–1745)
  6. Katō Yasumichi (1745–1762)
  7. Katō Yasutake (1762–1768)
  8. Katō Yasuyuki (1768–1769)
  9. Katō Yasutoki (1769–1787)
  10. Katō Yasuzumi (1787–1826)
  11. Katō Yasumoto (1826–1853)
  12. Katō Yasutomi (1853–1864)
  13. Katō Yasuaki (1864–1871)