Noguni peechin

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  • Born: 1599
  • Died: 1675
  • Japanese: 野国親雲上 (Noguni peechin)

Noguni peechin was a Ryukyuan scholar-bureaucrat who participated in at least two Ryukyuan missions to the shogunate.

He accompanied Prince Sashiki Chôeki to Japan in 1634, and then in 1644 served as lead official in charge of the tribute horses on the first mission to Edo.


  • Marco Tinello, "The termination of the Ryukyuan embassies to Edo : an investigation of the bakumatsu period through the lens of a tripartite power relationship and its world," PhD thesis, Università Ca' Foscari Venezia (2014), 56n102.