- Territory: portions of Iwami province
- Castle: Hamada castle
- Lords: Matsui clan
- Japanese: 浜田 藩 (Hamada han)
The domain was first established in 1619, by Furuta Shigeharu, who was given that territory as his own, with a kokudaka of 57,000. The domain passed through the hands of the Matsudaira (Matsui) clan at 60,000 koku beginning in 1649, the Honda clan at 50,000 beginning in 1759, and the Matsudaira (Matsui) again at 50,400 (from 1769) before coming to be ruled from 1836 onwards by the Ochi Matsudaira clan, at 61,000 koku. In 1867, the Matsudaira were relocated to Tsuruta in Mimasaka province (today, Okayama prefecture), and so the domain was abolished even before the Meiji Restoration.
Selected List of Lords of Hamada Domain
- Matsudaira Yasutoyo (1709-1735)
- Matsudaira Yasuyoshi (1736-1759)
- Honda Tadamitsu (1759-1767)
- Matsudaira Yasuyoshi (1769-1789)
- Matsudaira Yasusada (1789-1807)
- Matsudaira Yasutô (1807-1835)
- Matsudaira Takeoki (1839-1842)
- Matsudaira Takeakira (1847-1866)
- "Hamada han," Kotobank.org, accessed 12 July 2015.