Prince Fushimi Kuniie

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Prince Fushimi Kuniie (伏見宮邦家親王 Fushimi-no-miya Kuniie-shinnō?, 24 October 1802 – 5 August 1872) was a Japanese minor royal, he was the 20th prince Fushimi-no-miya 1817/1848, married and had issue, at least 17 sons and 14 daughters.

He was the father of Prince Kuni Asahiko, Prince Yamashina Akira, Prince Higashifushimi Yorihito, Prince Kitashirakawa Yoshihisa, Prince Fushimi Sadanaru, Prince Kan'in Kotohito, the grandfather of Japan's first Post WWII Prime Minister Prince Naruhiko Higashikuni and the great-grandfather of Empress Kōjun.

Marriages and Children[edit]

Sons[edit]

  1. Prince Yamashina Akira (山階宮晃親王 Yamashina-no-miya Akira shinnō), (22 October 1816 – 29 October 1891), by Fujiki Toshiko.
  2. Prince Yoshikoto (聖護院宮嘉言親王 Shōgoin-no-miya Yoshikoto shinnō), (28 February 1821 – 26 September 1868), by Fujiki Toshiko.
  3. Prince Jonin (曼殊院宮譲仁親王 Manshuin-no-miya Jonin shinnō), (1824 – 1842), by Fujiki Toshiko.
  4. Prince Kuni Asahiko (久邇宮朝彦親王 Kuni-no-miya Asahiko shinnō), (27 February 1824 – 25 October 1891), by Torikoji Nobuko.
  5. A stillborn son (微妙院 Bimyō-in), (1832 – 1832)
  6. Prince Sadanori (伏見宮貞教親王 Fushimi-no-miya Sadanori shinnō), 26 October 1836 – 16 December 1862), by Takatsukasa Hiroko.
  7. A son (喜久宮 Kikumura-no-miya), (1842 – 1851), by Takatsukasa Hiroko.
  8. Prince Komatsu Akihito (小松宮彰仁親王 Komatsu-no-miya Akihito shinnō), (11 February 1846 – 18 February 1903), by Horiuchi Nobuko.
  9. Prince Kitashirakawa Yoshihisa (北白川宮能久親王 Kitashirakawa-no-miya Yoshihisa-shinnō), (1 April 1847 – 5 November 1895), by Horiuchi Nobuko.
  10. A son (誠宮 Aki-no-miya), (1848 – 1853), by Horiuchi Nobuko.
  11. A son (愛宮 Naru-no-miya), (1849 – 1851), by Horiuchi Nobuko.
  12. Prince Kachō Hirotsune (華頂宮博経親王 Kachō-no-miya Hirotsune shinnō), (19 April 1851 – 24 May 1876), by Horiuchi Nobuko
  13. Prince Kitashirakawa Satonari (北白川宮智成親王 Kitashirakawa-no-miya Satonari shinnō), (22 July 1850 – 10 February 1872), by Itami Yoshiko.
  14. Prince Fushimi Sadanaru (伏見宮貞愛親王 Fushimi-no-miya Sadanaru shinnō), (9 June 1858 – 4 February 1923), by Takatsukasa Hiroko.
  15. Kiyosu Ienori (清棲家教伯爵), (19 June 1862 – 13 July 1923), (adopted by Takatsukasa Masamichi, and reduced from Imperial status to commoner), by Itami Yoshiko.
  16. Prince Kan'in Kotohito (閑院宮載仁親王 Kan'in-no-miya Kotohito shinnō), (10 November 1865 – 21 May 1945), by Itami Yoshiko.
  17. Prince Higashifushimi Yorihito (東伏見宮依仁親王 Higashifushimi-no-miya Yorihito shinnō), (19 September 1867 – 27 June 1922), by Itami Yoshiko.

Daughters[edit]

  1. Princess Hisako (恒子女王), (26 February 1826 – 1916), by Ueno Juno. Wife of Nijō Nariyuki.
  2. Princess Yoriko (順子女王), (1827 – 1908), by Nakamura Soma. Mother of Empress Shoken.
  3. A daughter (久我誓円), (1828 – 1910), by Nakamura Soma.
  4. Princess Tomoko (和子女王), (19 January 1830 – 4 June 1884), by Furuyama Chie.
  5. Princess Fumiko (碌子女王), (1839 – 1853), by Takatsukasa Hiroko.
  6. A stillborn daughter (菩提院 Bodai-in), (1840 -1840), by Horiuchi Nobuko.
  7. Princess Noriko (則子女王), (16 May 1850 – 14 November 1874), by Takatsukasa Hiroko. Wife of Marquis Tokugawa Mochitsugu.
  8. A daughter (嘉世宮 Kayo-no-miya), (1852 – 1853), by Takatsukasa Hiroko.
  9. Princess Nichiyei (萬佐宮 Masa-no-miya), (3 April 1855 – 1920), by Itami Yoshiko. Became a Buddhist nun under the style Abbess Nichiyei Murakumo.
  10. A daughter (利宮 Tashi-no-miya), (1856 – 1858), by Takatsukasa Hiroko.
  11. Princess Takako (貴子女王), (4 January 1858 – 1919),by Itami Yoshiko. Wife of Matsudaira Tadataka.
  12. A stillborn daughter (歡樂院 Kanraku-in), (1859 – 1859), by Itami Yoshiko.
  13. A daughter (多明宮 Tame-no-miya), (1860 –1864), by Itami Yoshiko.
  14. A daughter (萬千宮 Masa-no-miya), (1869 –1872), by Itami Yoshiko.