Tayasu Tokugawa clan
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- Japanese: 田安家 (Tayasu ke)
The Tayasu Tokugawa clan was one of the three Gosankyô clans related to the Tokugawa shoguns. Initially headed by Tokugawa Munetake, a son of Shogun Tokugawa Yoshimune, they maintained a mansion inside the Tayasu-mon gate of Edo castle.
Heads of the Shimizu clan
- Tokugawa Munetake (son of Shogun Tokugawa Yoshimune)
- Tokugawa Haruaki (son of Munetake)
- Tokugawa Narimasa (son of Tokugawa Harusada of the Hitotsubashi Tokugawa clan)
- Tokugawa Naritaka (son of Shogun Tokugawa Ienari)
- Tokugawa Yoshiyori (son of Narimasa)
- Tokugawa Hisachiyo (son of Yoshiyori)
- Tokugawa Iesato (son of Yoshiyori)
- Tokugawa Yoshiyori (returned to being head of the house)
- Gallery labels, Edo-Tokyo Museum.