Kanamori clan

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In this Japanese name, the family name is Kanamori.

Kanamori clan (金森氏, Kanamori-shi?) was a Japanese clan during the Sengoku period that descended from Seiwa Genji through Hida Province's Toki clan. This clan ruled over the Hida-Takayama Domain during the Sengoku period.

History[edit]

One of Toki Sadayori was also known as Ōhata Sadayori. After one of his son's moved to the village of Kanamori in nearby Ōmi Province, his son changed the clan name to Kanamori.

Rulers[edit]

  1. Kanamori Nagachika
  2. Kanamori Yoshihige (金森可重)
  3. Kanamori Shigeyori (金森重頼)
  4. Kanamori Yorinao (金森頼直)
  5. Kanamori Yorinari (金森頼業)
  6. Kanamori Yoritoki (金森頼時)
  7. Kanamori Arihiro (金森可寛)
  8. Kanamori Yorikane (金森頼錦)

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