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The Tokugawa of [[Owari province]] were one of the ''[[Gosanke]]'', the three branch families of [[Tokugawa Ieyasu|Tokugawa Ieyasu's]] own [[Tokugawa clan|lineage]], and the highest ranking samurai families below that Tokugawa main line. Based at the 619,500 ''[[koku]]''<ref>Asao Naohiro (ed.), ''Fudai daimyô Ii ke no girei'', Hikone Castle Museum (2004), 329.</ref> [[han|domain]] of [[Owari han|Owari]] with [[Nagoya castle|Nagoya]] as their castle, the Owari Tokugawa were descended from ....  
 
The Tokugawa of [[Owari province]] were one of the ''[[Gosanke]]'', the three branch families of [[Tokugawa Ieyasu|Tokugawa Ieyasu's]] own [[Tokugawa clan|lineage]], and the highest ranking samurai families below that Tokugawa main line. Based at the 619,500 ''[[koku]]''<ref>Asao Naohiro (ed.), ''Fudai daimyô Ii ke no girei'', Hikone Castle Museum (2004), 329.</ref> [[han|domain]] of [[Owari han|Owari]] with [[Nagoya castle|Nagoya]] as their castle, the Owari Tokugawa were descended from ....  
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The clan maintained [[Owari Tokugawa Edo mansion|two mansions in Edo]]: one at Kôjimachi (the neighborhood is now known as Kioi-chô), and one at Ichigaya. The grounds of the latter is today home to the [[Ministry of Defense]].
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The clan maintained [[Owari Tokugawa Edo mansion|two mansions in Edo]]: one at Kôjimachi/Yotsuya (the neighborhood is now known as Kioi-chô and [[Sophia University]] occupies grounds previously belonging to this mansion), and one at Ichigaya. The grounds of the latter is today home to the [[Ministry of Defense]].
    
Many of the treasures previously owned by the Tokugawa lords of Owari are today held in the [[Tokugawa Art Museum]] in Nagoya.
 
Many of the treasures previously owned by the Tokugawa lords of Owari are today held in the [[Tokugawa Art Museum]] in Nagoya.
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