Uda-Matsuyama Domain

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The Uda-Matsuyama Domain (宇陀松山藩, Uda-Matsuyama han) was a Japanese domain of the Edo period, located in Yamato Province (modern-day Uda, Nara). It was ruled for most of its history by the Oda clan.

The domain was disbanded in 1695, when the last lord, Oda Nobuyasu, was moved to the Tanba-Kaibara Domain, and his income reduced to 20,000 koku.

List of lords[edit]

  1. Takaharu
  1. Nobukatsu
  2. Takanaga
  3. Nagayori
  4. Nobutake
  5. Nobuyasu

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