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Count Tokugawa Satotaka (徳川 達孝, June 18, 1865 – February 18, 1941) was a Japanese samurai of the late Edo period who became a government official in the Meiji, Taishō, and Shōwa eras. Younger brother of Tokugawa Iesato. His childhood name was Bannosuke (群之助).
Served as a member of the House of Peers and the Board of Trustees of Gakushūin. In the pre-1945 nobility, he held the rank of count.
- Father: Tokugawa Yoshiyori
- Mother: Takai Takeko
- Kyoko, Daughter of 15th shogun Yoshinobu
- Shimazu Tomoko, Daughter of Shimazu Tadayoshi (2nd)
- Sumiko married Naoyoshi Mizoguchi by Kyoko
- Tokiko married Tsuchiya Kennao by Kyoko
- Tsuyako married Tachibana Kantoku by Kyoko
- Shuko married Tokugawa Takesada of Matsudo-Tokugawa Family by Kyoko
- Satonari Tokugawa by Tomoko
- Keiko married Okubo Kan’ichi by Tomoko
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