Tsugaru Clan

The Tsugaru clan (津軽氏, Tsugaru-shi) was a Japanese samurai clan who ruled the northwestern half of what is now Aomori Prefecture in the Tōhoku region of Japan under the Edo period Tokugawa shogunate.

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). A branch of the local Nanbu...

Aomori, Aomori - Wikipedia
Aomori (青森市, Aomori-shi) is the capital city of Aomori Prefecture, in the northern Tōhoku region of northern Japan.As of 1 April 2017, the city had an estimated population of 287,800 in 136,209 households , and a population density of 350 persons per km 2.
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Koto End of Muromachi period (Tensho-Bunroku era/1573-95) Sagami Length of cutting edge 78.3cm Curvature 2.7cm Width of base 33.5mm Thickness of base 8.5mm Width of Yokote 21.7mm (click HERE for high resolution of the blade photograph) (click HERE for OSHIGATA sketch) NBTHK(Tokubetsu Hozon) certificate
Liste des clans japonais — Wikipédia
A. clan Abe; clan Abiru; clan Adachi; clan Aizu; clan Akamatsu; clan Akechi; clan Akimoto; clan Akita; clan Akiyama; clan Akizuki; clan Amago; clan Anayama; clan Ando; clan Anegakōji
Emishi - Wikipedia
The Emishi or Ebisu constituted an ethnic group of people who lived in northeastern Honshū in the Tōhoku region which was referred to as michi no oku (道の奥) in contemporary sources.
Principle Japanese Domains to 1871 - World Statesmen
Aizu 1590 - 1643 Tozama daimyo. 1643 - 1869 Shinpan daimyo (Aizu han).
22 23 (sp¿ 28 18 JR There is the ticket available from most JR stations and travel agencies. There is the tickets available in most JR station and travel agency.
伝統的工芸品を探す | 伝統工芸 青山スクエア - Part 3
Bodyguards (Samurai Warriors) | Koei Wiki | FANDOM powered ...
Bodyguards (護衛武将) are optional warriors who can follow the player's character on the map. In the first game, the player could have four bodyguards at once under a particular weapon class.
Japanese Miscellany - Sengoku Daimyo
The first thing that needs to be remembered about Japanese names is that the surname comes first. The first Ashikaga shôgun, Takauji, was thus Ashikaga Takauji, not Takauji Ashikaga, despite the order sometimes given his name in many Western books.
Japan History - Far Side Music
THE HISTORY OF JAPANESE MUSIC. Please click on any of the links below to jump to a particular section or click here to start at the top. pre meiji list link