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.
|Daimyo of Kasama
|Daimyo of Akō
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- This article is derived from corresponding content on the Japanese Wikipedia.
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