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Tsugaru Nobumasa

Tsugaru Nobumasa (津軽 信政, August 28, 1646 – December 8, 1710) was the 4th daimyō of Hirosaki Domain in northern Mutsu Province, Honshū, Japan (modern-day Aomori Prefecture).

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Tsugaru Nobumasa-ko (Japanese Edition)

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University ninja club uncovers lost secrets of feudal-era agents
Kiyokawa and others inspected an old document dating to 1685 owned by the Hirosaki city-run library, and found the names of the 19 members of the first-generation Hayamichinomono, which served the fourth-generation Hirosaki domain lord, Tsugaru Nobumasa.
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Tsugaru Nobuhisa
Tsugaru Nobuhisa was the eldest son of Tsugaru Nobumasa, 4th daimyō of Hirosaki Domain. His childhood name was Takechiyo, and his original adult name was Tsugaru Nobushige. On his accession to the lordship at the age of 43, he proclaimed seven days of ...
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When did Tsugaru Nobumasa die?
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Hirosaki Domain
of 1647. Tsugaru Nobumasa (ruled 1656-1710) was a scholar, and embarked on ambitious public works projects aimed at increasing the revenues of the domain; however, in 1695, crop failure resulted in widespread famine and starvation in the area.
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Environment and Nature: Japan
One of Sokō’s disciples, Tsugaru Nobumasa, daimyo of Hirosaki domain in northeastern Honshū, claimed that the three fundamental concerns of a feudal lord were for (1) his family line, (2) his heir, and (3) his mountain forests. In his Daigaku wakumon ...
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Ono-ha Ittō-ryū
The transmission of the system passed out of the Ono family briefly and was maintained by the feudal lord Tsugaru Nobumasa. The second headmaster from this family taught Ono Tadakata, allowing the Ono family to continue preserving the line while the ...
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2 Japanese ivory netsuke : Lot 306
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Okinawa marks 72nd anniversary of fierce WWII ground battle
Okinawa on Friday marked 72 years since the end of a fierce World War II ground battle that killed a quarter of its civilian population, with resentment running deep over the continuing burden islanders bear in hosting the bulk of U.S. military bases in ...
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Journal of Geophysical Research: Oceans
Previous article in issue: On the parameterization of turbulent surface fluxes over heterogeneous sea ice surfaces Previous article in issue: On the parameterization of turbulent surface fluxes over heterogeneous sea ice surfaces Next article in issue ...
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The Mark of Beauty : The Aomori Nebuta Festival
Nebuta was never meant to be observed quietly. Taking part in the festival, bouncing together, and feeling the passion of the dancers... This is the true pleasure of Nebuta. Haneto originally started with men parading about in women's clothes. These ...
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Membership List of All Japan Swordsmith Association
Membership List of All Japan Swordsmith Association (May 2004) Hokkaido & Tohoku Region Branch Branch Chairman : Miyagi Shin-ichi Vice Chairman : Kanbayashi Yuji
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Tokugawa Ieyasu - Wikipedia
Tokugawa Ieyasu (徳川 家康, January 31, 1543 – June 1, 1616) was the founder and first shogun of the Tokugawa shogunate of Japan, which effectively ruled Japan ...
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Hirohito – Wikipedia
Hirohito wurde im Aoyama-Palast in Tokio als erster Sohn des damaligen Kronprinzen Yoshihito und der damaligen Kronprinzessin Sadako geboren. Sein Titel in der ...
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List of National Treasures of Japan (crafts: swords ...
The term "National Treasure" has been used in Japan to denote cultural properties since 1897, although the definition and the criteria have changed since the ...
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