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Provincial TitlesProvincial Titles
Provincial Titles See also: Court Titles, Imperial Titles, Be, Uji, Sesshō and Kampaku This pages serves to list the various Provincial Titles used in the past and up to this day. No doubt this page will continue to be updated as we continue our research. This page may also merge[...]
Takeda ClanTakeda Clan
First Ruler: – Final Ruler: Takeda Katusyori Dissolution: Suicide of Katsuyori in 1582. Cadet Branches: Aki, Kai, Wakasa For a full list of Japanese Clans see: Clans. Takeda Clan The Takeda Clan (武田氏) was a prominent clan and military house during the Kamakura, Muromachi and Azuchi-Momoyama Periods, taking their name[...]
Takeda NobuyoshiTakeda Nobuyoshi
Period: Kamakura Period Occupation: Family: Takeda Nobumitsu Birth: – Death: 1186AD Takeda Nobuyoshi Takeda Nobuyoshi (武田 信吉) was the father of Takeda Nobumitsu, a member of the ‘Kai Branch’ of the Takeda Clan. He fought in the Taira-Minamoto war for Minamoto no Yorimoto and died in 1186.1 Footnotes 1. Kodansha.[...]
Period: Heian Period, Kamakura Period Occupation: Buddhist Sculptor Family: – Birth: 1120 Death: 1198 Inson Inson was a Buddhist sculptor known to have lived during the late Heian Period and early Kamakura Period from 1120AD to 1198. During his lifetime he lived in Heiankyō as was the lead representative of[...]