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*''Castle: [[Himeji castle]]''
 
*''Castle: [[Himeji castle]]''
 
*''Lords: various (1603-1749), [[Sakai clan]] (1749-1871)''
 
*''Lords: various (1603-1749), [[Sakai clan]] (1749-1871)''
*''Kokudaka:
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*''Kokudaka: 730,000 ''[[koku]]''''
 
*''Japanese'': 姫路藩 ''(Himeji han)''
 
*''Japanese'': 姫路藩 ''(Himeji han)''
  
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The first Edo period lord of Himeji was [[Ikeda Terumasa]], whose domain was rated at 520,000 ''[[koku]]''. By the time of [[Honda Tadamasa]] becoming lord of Himeji in [[1617]], the domain had been downgraded to 250,000 ''koku'', and by [[1639]], when [[Matsudaira Tadaaki]] was transferred there, to 180,000.
 
The first Edo period lord of Himeji was [[Ikeda Terumasa]], whose domain was rated at 520,000 ''[[koku]]''. By the time of [[Honda Tadamasa]] becoming lord of Himeji in [[1617]], the domain had been downgraded to 250,000 ''koku'', and by [[1639]], when [[Matsudaira Tadaaki]] was transferred there, to 180,000.
  
[[Sakai Tadazumi]] ([[1710]]-[[1772]]) was the first Sakai clan lord of Himeji,<ref>Timon Screech, ''Obtaining Images'', University of Hawaii Press (2012), 229.</ref> being transferred there in [[1749]].
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[[Sakai Tadazumi]] ([[1710]]-[[1772]]) was the first Sakai clan lord of Himeji,<ref>Timon Screech, ''Obtaining Images'', University of Hawaii Press (2012), 229.</ref> being transferred there in [[1749]]. By around 1800, the domain boasted a ''[[kokudaka]]'' of 730,000 ''koku''.<ref>"[https://kotobank.jp/word/%E6%B2%B3%E5%90%88%E5%AF%B8%E7%BF%81-15893 Kawai Sun'ô]," ''Asahi Nihon rekishi jinbutsu jiten'', Asahi shinbun.</ref>
  
 
==Lords of Himeji han==
 
==Lords of Himeji han==
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Sakai clan
 
Sakai clan
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#[[Sakai Tadazumi]] ([[1749]]-[[1772]])
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#[[Sakai Tadazane]] (1772-1790)
#[[Sakai Tadahiro]] ([[1790]]-[[1814]])<ref name=nakao>Nakao Yukari 中尾友香梨, "Nihon ni okeru Mingaku no juyô" 「日本における明楽の受容」, in Kojima Yasunori 小島康敬 (ed.), ''Reigaku bunka'' 礼楽文化, Tokyo: Pelican-sha (2013), 348-349.</ref>
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#[[Sakai Tadahiro]] (1790-[[1814]])<ref name=nakao>Nakao Yukari 中尾友香梨, "Nihon ni okeru Mingaku no juyô" 「日本における明楽の受容」, in Kojima Yasunori 小島康敬 (ed.), ''Reigaku bunka'' 礼楽文化, Tokyo: Pelican-sha (2013), 348-349.</ref>
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#[[Sakai Tadatomi]] (d. [[1853]])
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#[[Sakai Tadateru]] (1853-?)
 
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Latest revision as of 07:02, 14 May 2020

Himeji han was an Edo period domain based at Himeji castle in Harima province. Its ruling clan changed numerous times in the first half of the Edo period, but the Sakai clan then became and remained the lords of Himeji from 1749 onward.

The first Edo period lord of Himeji was Ikeda Terumasa, whose domain was rated at 520,000 koku. By the time of Honda Tadamasa becoming lord of Himeji in 1617, the domain had been downgraded to 250,000 koku, and by 1639, when Matsudaira Tadaaki was transferred there, to 180,000.

Sakai Tadazumi (1710-1772) was the first Sakai clan lord of Himeji,[1] being transferred there in 1749. By around 1800, the domain boasted a kokudaka of 730,000 koku.[2]

[edit] Lords of Himeji han

This list is incomplete.
  1. Ikeda Terumasa (1603-1613)
  2. Honda Tadamasa (1617-?)
  3. Matsudaira Tadaaki (1639-?)

Sakai clan

  1. Sakai Tadazumi (1749-1772)
  2. Sakai Tadazane (1772-1790)
  3. Sakai Tadahiro (1790-1814)[3]
  4. Sakai Tadamitsu
  5. Sakai Tadanori[3]
  6. Sakai Tadatomi (d. 1853)
  7. Sakai Tadateru (1853-?)

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[edit] References

  1. Timon Screech, Obtaining Images, University of Hawaii Press (2012), 229.
  2. "Kawai Sun'ô," Asahi Nihon rekishi jinbutsu jiten, Asahi shinbun.
  3. 3.0 3.1 Nakao Yukari 中尾友香梨, "Nihon ni okeru Mingaku no juyô" 「日本における明楽の受容」, in Kojima Yasunori 小島康敬 (ed.), Reigaku bunka 礼楽文化, Tokyo: Pelican-sha (2013), 348-349.
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