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Tenshoin, Also known as Atsuko, was the Wife of Iesada Tokugawa, the 13th Shogun of the Tokugawa Shogunate. Her Father Shimazu Tadatake Belonged to the Imaizumi Shimazu Family of the Shimazu Clan in Satsuma.

Tenshoin, Also known as Atsuko, was the Wife of Iesada Tokugawa, the 13th Shogun of the Tokugawa Shogunate. Her Father Shimazu Tadatake Belonged to the Imaizumi Shimazu Family of the Shimazu Clan in Satsuma.

Okubo Toshimichi (1830 - 1878).   He was a clansman of the Satsuma feudal clan and was a Japanese samurai.   He became a politician in the Meiji era. Edo era (Bakumatsu) / Meiji era.

Okubo Toshimichi (1830 - 1878). He was a clansman of the Satsuma feudal clan and was a Japanese samurai. He became a politician in the Meiji era. Edo era (Bakumatsu) / Meiji era.

Flags of Shimazu clan and Sakurajima, Senganen Park

Flags of Shimazu clan and Sakurajima, Senganen Park

Japanese Princess Kiko  Princess Akishino (文仁親王妃紀子 Fumihito Shinnōhi Kiko), née Kiko Kawashima (川嶋紀子 Kawashima Kiko, born 11 September 1966) is the wife of Prince Akishino, the second son of Emperor Akihito and Empress Michiko of Japan. She became the second commoner to marry into the imperial family; her mother-in-law, the Empress, was the first in 1959. She is also known as Princess Kiko.

Japanese Princess Kiko Princess Akishino (文仁親王妃紀子 Fumihito Shinnōhi Kiko), née Kiko Kawashima (川嶋紀子 Kawashima Kiko, born 11 September 1966) is the wife of Prince Akishino, the second son of Emperor Akihito and Empress Michiko of Japan. She became the second commoner to marry into the imperial family; her mother-in-law, the Empress, was the first in 1959. She is also known as Princess Kiko.

Happō-en, located in the Shirokane area of Minato-ku, Tokyo, is a beautiful place known more for hosting an endless stream of weddings and formal banquets. Happō-en has a history dating to the early 1600s, when it was the villa for Okubo Hikozaemon, a trusted confidant and retainer of Shogun Tokugawa Ieyasu, who unified Japan, as well as his two successors. Afterwards, the villa served as a residence for the Shimazu clan from the domain of Satsuma in Kyushu and then served as a villa for…

Happō-en, located in the Shirokane area of Minato-ku, Tokyo, is a beautiful place known more for hosting an endless stream of weddings and formal banquets. Happō-en has a history dating to the early 1600s, when it was the villa for Okubo Hikozaemon, a trusted confidant and retainer of Shogun Tokugawa Ieyasu, who unified Japan, as well as his two successors. Afterwards, the villa served as a residence for the Shimazu clan from the domain of Satsuma in Kyushu and then served as a villa for…

Shimazu Tadayoshi (島津忠義?) (May 22, 1840 – December 26, 1897) was a Japanese daimyo of the late Edo period, who ruled the Satsuma Domain as its 11th and final lord. During his tenure, much of the political power in Satsuma was held by his father, Hisamitsu.

Shimazu Tadayoshi (島津忠義?) (May 22, 1840 – December 26, 1897) was a Japanese daimyo of the late Edo period, who ruled the Satsuma Domain as its 11th and final lord. During his tenure, much of the political power in Satsuma was held by his father, Hisamitsu.

Baron Narahara Shigeru (奈良原 繁?, 1834 – 1918), also known as Narahara Kogorō. A samurai of Satsuma Domain prior to the Meiji Restoration, he played a role in opposing radical elements among his fellows, though he may also have been responsible for the killing of the Englishman Richardson in the 1862 Namamugi Incident.

Baron Narahara Shigeru (奈良原 繁?, 1834 – 1918), also known as Narahara Kogorō. A samurai of Satsuma Domain prior to the Meiji Restoration, he played a role in opposing radical elements among his fellows, though he may also have been responsible for the killing of the Englishman Richardson in the 1862 Namamugi Incident.

Satsuma Hisamitsu, 43 in 1860. Real power behind the Satsuma clan, regent to his son. Family name Shimazu.

Satsuma Hisamitsu, 43 in 1860. Real power behind the Satsuma clan, regent to his son. Family name Shimazu.

Japanese Imperial family's antique photograph.   Princess Higashikuni-Toshiko & Nashimotonomiya-Itsuko & Nashimotonomiya-Masako.   Masako is after it; former; became the wife of the Crown Prince of the Korea empire.

Japanese Imperial family's antique photograph. Princess Higashikuni-Toshiko & Nashimotonomiya-Itsuko & Nashimotonomiya-Masako. Masako is after it; former; became the wife of the Crown Prince of the Korea empire.

Samurai from the Satsuma clan, Boshin war era, late 1800s.

Samurai from the Satsuma clan, Boshin war era, late 1800s.

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