Ikeda clan

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Ikeda clan
Ikeda prince de Bizen.svg
The emblem (mon) of the Minokuni branch of the Ikeda clan
Home province
Parent house Seiwa Genji
Titles Various
Founder Ikeda Yasumasa
Current head Atsuko Ikeda
Dissolution still extant

Ikeda clan (池田氏, Ikeda-shi) was a Japanese clan that claimed descent from the Seiwa Genji. In the Edo period, several of the clan's branches were daimyō families, most notably of the Tottori Domain and Okayama Domain. Takamasa Ikeda, former head of the Okayama Ikeda house was a husband of Atsuko Ikeda, fourth daughter of Emperor Shōwa.

Settsu-Ikeda family[edit]

Settsu-Ikeda branch Mon (emblem)
  1. Ikeda Korezane
  2. Ikeda Koremochi
  3. Ikeda Koresada
  4. Ikeda Kimisada
  5. Ikeda Yasusada
  6. Ikeda Yasumasa
  7. Ikeda Yasumitsu
  8. Ikeda Yasunaga
  9. Ikeda Yasutsugu
  10. Ikeda Yasutada
  11. Ikeda Kagemasa
  12. Ikeda Noriyori
  13. Ikeda Norimasa
  14. Ikeda Kazumasa
  15. Ikeda Iemasa
  16. Ikeda Mitsumasa
  17. Ikeda Sadamasa
  18. Ikeda Nobumasa (d.1548)
  19. Ikeda Nagamasa (d.1563)
  20. Ikeda Katsumasa (1530/1539-1578)
  21. Ikeda Tomomasa (1555-1604)
  22. Ikeda Sankuro (1589-1605)
  23. Ikeda Mitsushige (d.1628)
  24. Ikeda Mitsunaga
  25. Ikeda Sadanaga
  26. Ikeda Sadashige
  27. Ikeda Akisada
  28. Ikeda Sadahiko
  29. Ikeda Sadao
  30. Ikeda Sadakazu
  31. Ikeda Sadamizu
  32. Ikeda Tonemune

Mino-Ikeda family[edit]

Mino-Ikeda family crest
  1. Ikeda Tsunetoshi (d.1538)
  2. Ikeda Tsuneoki
  3. Ikeda Terumasa
  4. Ikeda Toshitaka (1584-1616)
  5. Ikeda Mitsumasa
  6. Ikeda Tsunamasa
  7. Ikeda Tsugumasa
  8. Ikeda Munemasa
  9. Ikeda Harumasa (1750-1819)
  10. Ikeda Narimasa (1773-1833)
  11. Ikeda Naritoshi (1811-1842)
  12. Ikeda Yoshimasa (1823-1893)
  13. Ikeda Mochimasa (1839-1899)
  14. Ikeda Akimasa (1836-1903)
  15. Ikeda Norimasa (1866-1909)
  16. Ikeda Tadamasa (1895-1920)
  17. Ikeda Nobumasa (1904-1988)
  18. Ikeda Takamasa (1926-2012)

Known members of the Ikeda clan[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "池田宗政" (in Japanese). Okayama City. Archived from the original on January 5, 2017. 享保12年(1727)生~宝暦14年(1764)没 城主期間 宝暦2年(1752)~宝暦14年(1764) 
  2. ^ Komatsu, Shigemi (1989). Chinese and Japanese Calligraphy Spanning Two Thousand Years. Prestel Verlag GmbH + Company. p. 141. ISBN 9783791310268. He was born in the family home in Edo, son of Ikeda Munemasa (1725-1764), and was originally named Toshimasa ... On his father's death in Meiwa 1 (1764) he inherited the clan leadership...