Tokugawa Munekatsu

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Tokugawa Munekatsu (徳川 宗勝, July 22, 1705 – July 23, 1761) was a Japanese daimyō of the Edo period, who ruled the Takasu Domain and then the Owari Domain. As lord of Takasu he used the name Matsudaira Yoshiatsu (松平 義淳). His childhood name was Daigoro (代五郎).

Family[edit]

  • Father: Matsudaira Tomoaki (1678-1728)
  • Mother: Oshige no Kata
  • Wife: Sanhime, Tokugawa Yoshimichi's daughter
  • Concubines:
    • Okayo no Kata
    • Otase no Kata
    • Oyatsu no Kata
    • Osume no Kata
    • Otome no Kata
    • Tokuei'in
    • Senyuin
    • Terashima-Dono
  • Children:
    • Yorozunosuke (1730-1732) by sanhime
    • Fusahime bethroted to Shimazu Munenobu of Satsuma Domain by Okayo
    • Tokugawa Munechika by Okayo
    • Matsudaira Yoshitoshi (1734-1771) by Otase
    • Toyohime married Uesugi Shigesada of Yonezawa Domain by Otase
    • Matsudaira Katsushige by Otase
    • Matsudaira Katsunaga (1737-1811) by Otase
    • Naito Yorita (1741-1771) by Otase
    • Matsudaira Katsutsuna by Oyatsu
    • Takenokoshi Katsuoki (1738-1789) by Oyatsu
    • Kunihime married Asano Shigeakira by Oyatsu
    • Inoue Masakuni (1739-1791) by Osume
    • Hi-hime married Matsudaira Yorisaki of Hitachi-Fuchu Domain by Osume
    • Kyohime married Kujo Michisaki by Tokuei'in
    • Yokohime married Asano Shigeakira by Tokuei'in
    • Matsudaira Katsutaka by Terashima
    • Naito Masanobu (1752-1805) by Senyuin

Reference[edit]

Japanese royalty
Preceded by
Matsudaira Yoshitaka
3rd (Owari-Matsudaira) daimyō of Takasu
1732–1739
Succeeded by
Matsudaira Yoshitoshi
Preceded by
Tokugawa Muneharu
8th (Tokugawa) daimyō of Owari
1739–1761
Succeeded by
Tokugawa Munechika