- Japanese: 酒井 忠学 (Sakai Tadanori)
Sakai Tadanori was the fifth Sakai clan lord of Himeji han.
He married Kiyo-hime, a daughter of Shogun Tokugawa Ienari, in 1832. They had a number of children, including a daughter Kiso-hime (b. 1834), who was married to Tadanori's adopted heir, Sakai Tadatomi.
Another of their daughters, Sho-hime born on 1831/8/15, was adopted by his older bother Sakai Tadamitsu, but died at only three months old, on 1831/11/27.
- ↑ 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.
- ↑ 2.0 2.1 Plaques on-site at Keifuku-ji temple, Himeji.