Hitotsubashi Tokugawa clan
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- Japanese: 一橋家 (Hitotsubashi ke)
The Hitotsubashi Tokugawa clan was one of the three Gosankyô clans related to the Tokugawa shoguns. Initially headed by Tokugawa Munetada, a son of Shogun Tokugawa Yoshimune, they maintained a mansion inside the Hitotsubashi-mon gate of Edo castle.
Heads of the Hitotsubashi clan
- Tokugawa Munetada (4th son of Shogun Tokugawa Yoshimune)
- Tokugawa Harusada (son of Munetada)
- Tokugawa Nariatsu (son of Harusada)
- Tokugawa Narinori (son of Nariatsu)
- Tokugawa Narikura (son of Tokugawa Narimasa of the Tayasu Tokugawa clan)
- Tokugawa Yoshimasa (son of Shogun Tokugawa Ieyoshi)
- Tokugawa Yoshihisa (son of Narimasa)
- Tokugawa Masamaru (son of Tokugawa Naritaka of the Owari Tokugawa clan)
- Tokugawa Yoshinobu (son of Tokugawa Nariaki of the Mito Tokugawa clan)
- Tokugawa Mochiharu (of the Owari Tokugawa)
- Gallery labels, Edo-Tokyo Museum.