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Tsugaru Tsugumichi

Tsugaru Tsugumichi (津軽 承叙, September 24, 1840 – December 7, 1903) was the fourth and final daimyō of Kuroishi Domain in northern Mutsu Province, Honshū, Japan (modern-day Aomori Prefecture).

Tsugaru Tsuguakira
The Tsugaru survived as a daimyo family until the Meiji Restoration , when Tsugaru Tsuguakira of Hirosaki and Tsugaru Tsugumichi of Kuroishi were relieved of office . Their extended family then became part of the new nobility in the Meiji era . History ...
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When did Tsugaru Tsugumichi die?
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津軽氏 Tsugaru Clan 津軽氏
Tsugaru Clan: The Tsugaru clan (津軽氏 Tsugaru-shi ... when Tsugaru Tsuguakira of Hirosaki and Tsugaru Tsugumichi of Kuroishi were relieved of office. Their extended family then became part of the new nobility in the Meiji era.
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Nobility, Peerage, And Ranks in Ancient and Meiji Japan
During the Kamakura (1192-1333) and Muromachi (1392-1573) periods daimyo (lit.: Great Name) meant an owner of a larger fief with a large number of fighting men under him. But they changed frequently according to the vicissitudes of those turbulent ages. In ...
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