Asano Naganao

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In this Japanese name, the family name is Asano.

Asano Naganao (浅野 長直?, 1610 – September 15, 1672) was a Japanese daimyo of the Edo period, who ruled the Akō Domain. He was classified as a tozama, and Akō under his rule was 53,000 koku in size. Naganao was responsible for the construction of Akō Castle.

Preceded by
Asano Nagashige
Daimyo of Kasama
Succeeded by
Inoue Masatoshi
Preceded by
Ikeda Teruoki
Daimyo of Akō
Succeeded by
Asano Nagatomo


  • This article is derived from corresponding content on the Japanese Wikipedia.