Takasu Domain

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The Takasu Domain (高須藩, Takasu-han?) was a Japanese domain located in Mino Province (present-day Kaizu, Gifu). For most of its history, it was ruled by the Takasu-Matsudaira, a branch of the Tokugawa clan of Owari.

Matsudaira Katamori, Matsudaira Sadaaki, Tokugawa Yoshikatsu, and Tokugawa Mochinaga, four important figures in Bakumatsu-era Japan, were the sons of Matsudaira Yoshitatsu, one of Takasu's last daimyo.

The domain was disestablished in 1870 and its holdings re-merged with those of the Owari Domain, from which it had initially been created.

List of lords[edit]

  1. Nagamasa
  2. Masashige
  1. Sadanobu
  1. Yoshiyuki
  2. Yoshitaka
  3. Yoshiatsu
  4. Yoshitoshi
  5. Yoshitomo
  6. Yoshihiro
  7. Katsumasa
  8. Yoshisue
  9. Yoshiyori
  10. Yoshitatsu
  11. Yoshichika
  12. Yoshimasa
  13. Yoshitake
  14. Yoshinari

Simplified genealogy[edit]

  • Tokugawa family crest.svg Tokugawa Ieyasu, 1st Tokugawa Shōgun (1543-1616; r. 1603-1605)
    • Tokugawa Yoshinao, 1st Lord of Owari (1601-1650)
      • Tokugawa Mitsutomo, 2nd Lord of Owari (1625-1700)
        • Tokugawa Tsunanari, 3rd Lord of Owari (1652-1699)
          • Simple silver crown.svg II. Matsudaira Yoshitaka, 2nd Lord of Takasu (1694-1732; r. 1715-1732)
        • Simple silver crown.svg I. Matsudaira Yoshiyuki, 1st Lord of Takasu (1656-1715; Lord of Takasu: cr. 1700)
        • Matsudaira Tomoaki, Head of the Kawado-Kubo line (1678-1728)
          • Simple silver crown.svg III. Matsudaira Yoshiaki, 3rd Lord of Takasu (later Tokugawa Munekatsu, 8th Lord of Owari) (1705-1761; 3rd Lord of Takasu: 1732-1739; 8th Lord of Owari: 1739-1761)
            • Simple silver crown.svg IV. Matsudaira Yoshitoshi, 4th Lord of Takasu (1734-1771; r. 1739-1771)
              • Simple silver crown.svg V. Matsudaira Yoshitomo, 5th Lord of Takasu (1760-1793; r. 1771-1777)
              • Simple silver crown.svg VI. Matsudaira Yoshihiro, 6th Lord of Takasu (1762-1795; r. 1777-1795)
            • Simple silver crown.svg VII. Matsudaira Katsumasa, 7th Lord of Takasu (1738-1801; r. 1795-1801)
    • Tokugawa Yorinobu, 1st Lord of Kishū (1602-1671)
      • Tokugawa Mitsusada, 2nd Lord of Kishū (1627-1705)
        • Tokugawa family crest.svg Tokugawa Yoshimune, 8th Tokugawa Shōgun (1684-1751; 5th Lord of Kishū: 1705-1716; 8th Tokugawa Shōgun: 1716-1745)
          • Tokugawa Munetada, 1st Hitotsubashi-Tokugawa family head (1721-1765)
            • Tokugawa Harusada, 2nd Hitotsubashi-Tokugawa family head (1751-1827)
              • Simple silver crown.svg VIII. Matsudaira Yoshisue, 8th Lord of Takasu (1785-1804; r. 1801-1804)
    • Tokugawa Yorifusa, 1st Lord of Mito (1603-1661)
      • Matsudaira Yorishige, 1st Lord of Takamatsu (1622-1695)
        • Matsudaira Yoriyuki (1661-1687)
          • Matsudaira Yoritoyo, 3rd Lord of Takamatsu (1680-1735)
            • Tokugawa Munetaka, 4th Lord of Mito (1705-1730)
              • Tokugawa Munemoto, 5th Lord of Mito (1728-1766)
                • Tokugawa Harumori, 6th Lord of Mito (1751-1805)
                  • Simple silver crown.svg IX. Matsudaira Yoshinari, 9th Lord of Takasu (1776-1832; r. 1804-1832)
                    • Simple silver crown.svg X. Matsudaira Yoshitatsu, 10th Lord of Takasu (1800-1862; r. 1832-1850)
                      • Simple silver crown.svg XI. Matsudaira Yoshichika, 11th Lord of Takasu (later Tokugawa Mochinaga, 10th Hitotsubashi-Tokugawa family head) (1831-1884; r. 1850-1858)
                        • Simple silver crown.svg XII. Matsudaira Yoshimasa, 12th Lord of Takasu (1858-1860; r. 1858-1860)
                      • Simple silver crown.svg XIII. Matsudaira Yoshitake, 13th Lord of Takasu (1859-1891; r. 1860-1869)

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References[edit]

  1. ^ "尾張支流松平氏(御連枝)". Reichsarchiv. Retrieved 1 January 2017.  (Japanese)
  • Kobiyama, Rokurō (2005). Shashinshū: Matsudaira Katamori no shōgai. Tokyo: Shin Jinbutsu Ōraisha.
  • (Japanese) "Takasu-han" on Edo 300 HTML (29 Feb. 2008)

Coordinates: 35°13′25″N 136°37′54″E / 35.223683°N 136.631528°E / 35.223683; 136.631528