Maeda Munetoki

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Maeda Munetoki
Born June 5, 1725
Died January 18, 1747
Occupation Daimyō
In this Japanese name, the family name is Maeda.

Maeda Munetoki (前田 宗辰?) (June 5, 1725 – January 18, 1747) was a Japanese daimyō of the Edo period, who ruled the Kaga Domain. First known as Inuchiyomaru, he inherited family headship in 1745, following the death of his father Yoshinori. However, Munetoki himself did not live long, and died in 1747. The headship of the Kaga Domain passed to his younger brother Shigehiro.

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Preceded by
Maeda Yoshinori
6th (Maeda) daimyō of Kaga
1745–1746
Succeeded by
Maeda Shigehiro