Ichinoseki Domain

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Ichinoseki (一関藩 Ichinoseki-han?) was a Japanese domain of the Edo period, located in Mutsu Province.[1] It was a branch domain of the Date clan of Sendai, ruled by the Tamura clan. Ichinoseki took part in the Ouetsu Reppan Domei in 1868, before surrendering to the Satsuma-Chōshū coalition.

History[edit]

An Ichinoseki doctor was influential in the establishment of a medical school in Sendai in 1822.[2]

Genealogy of the Tamura Lords[edit]

  1. Tamura Muneyoshi
  2. Tamura Tateaki (1656–1708)
  3. Tamura Nobuaki (1670–1727)
  4. Tamura Muraaki (1707–1755)
  5. Tamura Murataka (1737–1782)
  6. Tamura Murasuke (1763–1808)
  7. Tamura Muneaki (1784–1827)
  8. Tamura Kuniaki (1817–1840)
  9. Tamura Kuniyuki (1820–1857)
  10. Tamura Yukiaki (1850–1867)
  11. Tamura Kuniyoshi (1852–1887)
  12. Tamura Takaaki (1858–1922)

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References[edit]

Map of Japan, 1789 -- the Han system affected cartography
  1. ^ Roberts, Luke Shepherd. (2005). Mercantilism in a Japanese domain, p. 201.
  2. ^ Goodman, Grant Kohn. (2000). Japan and the Dutch, 1600-1853, p. 160.

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