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Tsugaru Clan

The Tsugaru clan (津軽氏, Tsugaru-shi) was a Japanese samurai clan originating in northern Japan, specifically Mutsu Province (the northeast coast of Honshū).

The Tsugaru clan (津軽氏, Tsugaru-shi) was a Japanese samurai clan originating in northern Japan, specifically Mutsu Province (the northeast coast of Honshū).

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