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- Other Names: 啓祐院殿 (Keiyû-in dono)
- Japanese: 宗 義質 (Sô Yoshitada)
He was the second son of Sô Yoshikatsu, and succeeded him as lord of Tsushima in 1813. Prior to that, he served as proxy for his father in receiving the 1811 Korean embassy to Japan, when Yoshikatsu was too ill to do so himself.
Sô Yoshikatsu (Tomiju)
|Lord of Tsushima han
- "Sô Yoshikatsu (2)," Nihon jinmei daijiten, Kodansha.