SAMURAI of Feudal lord

大名 藩主 The daimyō (大名, About this sound pronunciation ) were powerful Japanese feudal lords . who, until their decline in the early Meiji period, ruled most of Japan from their vast, hereditary land holdings. In the term, dai (大) means "large", and myō stands for myōden (名田), meaning private land. Subordinate only to the Shogun, daimyōs were the most powerful feudal rulers from the 10th century to the middle 19th century in Japan. From the shugo of the Muromachi periodthrough the Sengoku to the daimyōs of the Edo period, the rank had a long and varied history.
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Hori Naotora was a samurai of the late Edo period who served as daimyo of Susaka han. He worked in various positions throughout the Tokugawa government, and was appointed Foreign Affairs Magistrate and wakadoshiyori in late 1867. Born: September 26, 1836, Edo Died: February 10, 1868,

“ Hori Naotora was a samurai of the late Edo period who served as daimyo of Susaka han. He worked in various positions throughout the Tokugawa government, and was appointed Foreign Affairs Magistrate and wakadoshiyori in late 1867 ”

堀直虎、信濃須坂藩13代藩主。若年寄兼外国奉行だったが、1868年1月17日江戸城中で自害した。満33歳であった。

“ Hori Naotora was a samurai of the late Edo period who served as daimyo of Susaka han. He worked in various positions throughout the Tokugawa government, and was appointed Foreign Affairs Magistrate and wakadoshiyori in late 1867 ”

The prince of Satsuma and his retainers.

The prince of Satsuma and his retainers

Tokugawa Akitake was a younger brother of the Japanese Shogun Tokugawa Yoshinobu. He was born in Komagome, Tokyo, as the 18th son of Tokugawa Nariaki.

Tokugawa Akitake was a younger brother of the Japanese Shogun Tokugawa Yoshinobu. He was born in Komagome, Tokyo, as the son of Tokugawa Nariaki.

徳川慶勝(1824–1883).尾張藩14代藩主、尾張徳川家第14・17代当主、高須四兄弟の一人。写真撮影を好み、1000点近くが残されている。

Tokugawa Yoshikatsu, April 1824 – August was a Japanese daimyo of the late Edo period, who ruled the Owari Domain. He was the brother of Matsudaira Katamori.

鍋島直大、佐賀藩第11代藩主で梨本宮伊都子の父。 Nabeshima Naohiro. 1846~1921

Father of Itsuko, Nabeshima Naohiro. Naohiro is a marquis; Last years of Edo era.

鍋島 直大は、幕末期の大名。肥前国佐賀藩第11代藩主。明治・大正時代の政府高官。侯爵。 佐賀藩10代藩主・鍋島斉正の長男。初名は直縄で、明治維新以前は将軍徳川家茂の偏諱を冠し茂実と名乗っていた。

鍋島 直大は、幕末期の大名。肥前国佐賀藩第11代藩主。明治・大正時代の政府高官。侯爵。 佐賀藩10代藩主・鍋島斉正の長男。初名は直縄で、明治維新以前は将軍徳川家茂の偏諱を冠し茂実と名乗っていた。

山内容堂、土佐藩15代藩主、藩政改革を断行し、幕末の四賢候の一人と称される一方、勤皇か佐幕かはっきりしないとの批判もあった。1872年(明治5年)7月26日病死、享年45.

山内容堂、土佐藩15代藩主、藩政改革を断行し、幕末の四賢候の一人と称される一方、勤皇か佐幕かはっきりしないとの批判もあった。1872年(明治5年)7月26日病死、享年45.

松平春嶽

松平春嶽

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ファイル:Katamori Matsudaira 3.jpg

Matsudaira Tadanari, last lord of Ueda.松平忠礼。上田藩第7代藩主(1850~1895)1872~1879米留学後外務省勤務。

Matsudaira Tadanari, last lord of Ueda.

島津斉彬

島津斉彬

Japanese antique photograph. Matsudaira Katamori (1836-1893). He was a Daimyo, and the 9th and last Chief of the Aizu Clan of Bakumatsu. Edo era / Meiji era.

Matsudaira Katamori He was a Daimyo, and the and last Chief of the Aizu Clan of Bakumatsu.

Ikeda Akimasa (1836 - 1903). He was the last feudal lord of the Okayama feudal clan. Edo era (Bakumatsu) / Meiji era.

Ikeda Akimasa - He was the last feudal lord of the Okayama feudal clan.

松平茂昭 Matsudaira Mochiaki. Edo-era/Meiji-era 1836-1890.越前福井藩第17代藩主。維新後福井藩知事・侯爵。

Edo-era/Meiji-era the Fukui clan's lord.

Japanese antique photograph. Tokugawa Yoshiyori (1828-1876). He is the present head of a household of the Tayasu Tokugawas. It was said, "you resembled the Emperor Meiji in a face" as for him. Therefore he said, "it was dreadful" and stung one's eyes with a sword. Edo era / Meiji era.徳川義頼(明治天皇にに似ていると言われ「それは恐ろしいことだ」と自ら剣で右目を刺したという)

Tokugawa Yoshiyori He is the present…

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