Matsudaira Yasuyoshi was an Edo period lord of Hamada han in Iwami province from 1736 to 1759 and again from 1769 until his death in 1789. He served the Tokugawa shogunate as sôshaban beginning in 1749, then as Osaka jôdai for a time, before being named to the rôjû, remaining in the latter position from 1763 to 1788.
In 1759, the shogunate ordered that Hamada be given to the Honda clan; Yasuyoshi became lord of Koga han in Shimousa province and then Okazaki han in Mikawa province before being returned to Hamada in 1769.
Following his death on 1789/2/8, his son Matsudaira Yasusada succeeded him as daimyô.
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