Iyo-Matsuyama Domain

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Matsuyama Castle, seat of the domain

The Iyo-Matsuyama Domain (伊予松山藩 Iyo-Matsuyama han?) was a Japanese domain of the Edo period, with its holdings centered in modern-day Matsuyama, Ehime.

History[edit]

The Iyo-Matsuyama domain passed through several hands before settling as the fief of a branch of the Hisamatsu-Matsudaira. In the Bakumatsu period, the domain took part in the Tokugawa shogunate's military campaign against Chōshū. During the Boshin War, Iyo-Matsuyama sided with the Kyoto government. The domain was disbanded in 1871.

Harada Sanosuke of the Shinsengumi was the son of a low-ranking Iyo-Matsuyama retainer.

List of lords[edit]

  1. Yoshiaki
  1. Tadachika
  1. Sadayuki
  2. Sadayori
  3. Sadanaga
  4. Sadanao
  5. Sadahide
  6. Sadataka
  7. Sadakatsu
  8. Sadakiyo
  9. Sadakuni
  10. Sadanori
  11. Sadamichi
  12. Katsuyoshi
  13. Katsushige
  14. Sadaaki
  15. Katsushige

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