Matsudaira Munehide

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In this Japanese name, the family name is "Matsudaira".


Matsudaira Munehide
Lord of Miyazu
In office
1841–1866
Preceded by Matsudaira Muneakira
Succeeded by Matsudaira Munetake
Personal details
Born (1809-10-21)October 21, 1809
Died December 20, 1873(1873-12-20) (aged 64)
Nationality Japanese

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-day Miyazu, Kyoto). He was known by the titles "Hōki-no-kami" (伯耆守 Hōki-no-kami?) (post-1840) or "Tango-no-kami" (丹後守 Tango-no-kami?) (post-1868).[1]

Official in the bakufu[edit]

Munehide served in a variety of positions in the Tokugawa shogunate, ultimately rising to the position of rōjū in the period from September 1864 through September 1866.[1] Previously, he had been Kyoto shoshidai in the period spanning July 26, 1862 through September 17, 1862.[2] In addition, he served as jisha-bugyō from November 1858 through November 1861; and he was Osaka jōdai from February 1861 through July 1862.[1]

Restoration official[edit]

In the Meiji era, he served as chief priest of the Ise Shrine.

Preceded by
Matsudaira Muneakira
6th (Matsudaira/Honjō) Lord of Miyazu
1841-1866
Succeeded by
Matsudaira Munetake
Preceded by
Sakai Tadaaki
53rd Kyoto Shoshidai
1862
Succeeded by
Makino Tadayuki

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ a b c Beasley, William. (1955). Select Documents on Japanese Foreign Policy, 1853-1868, p. 332.
  2. ^ Meyer, Eva-Maria. "Gouverneure von Kyôto in der Edo-Zeit." University of Tüebingen (in German).

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