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In [[1616]], Toshitsune met with a formal diplomatic mission from the Siamese kingdom of [[Ayutthaya]], in his home domain of [[Kaga han|Kaga]]; due to the sudden death of [[Tokugawa Ieyasu]] at that time, however, the mission did not continue on to [[Edo]].<ref>Cesare Polenghi, ''Samurai of Ayutthaya: Yamada Nagamasa, Japanese warrior and merchant in early seventeenth-century Siam''. Bangkok: White Lotus Press (2009), 41.</ref>
 
In [[1616]], Toshitsune met with a formal diplomatic mission from the Siamese kingdom of [[Ayutthaya]], in his home domain of [[Kaga han|Kaga]]; due to the sudden death of [[Tokugawa Ieyasu]] at that time, however, the mission did not continue on to [[Edo]].<ref>Cesare Polenghi, ''Samurai of Ayutthaya: Yamada Nagamasa, Japanese warrior and merchant in early seventeenth-century Siam''. Bangkok: White Lotus Press (2009), 41.</ref>
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Toshitsune retired to Komatsu in [[1639]] and was succeeded by his son Mitsumasa while placing a younger son, Toshiharu, in charge of the recently created [[Daishoji han|Daishôji han]] and his 3rd son [[Maeda Toshitsugu|Toshitsugu]] in Toyama. By this point the Maeda clan had become one of the most powerful daimyô houses in Japan.
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Toshitsune retired to Komatsu in [[1639]] and was succeeded by his son Mitsumasa while placing his second son [[Maeda Toshitsugu|Toshitsugu]] in [[Toyama han|Tôyama]] (100,000 ''[[koku]]''), and his third son, [[Maeda Toshiharu (d. 1660)|Toshiharu]], in charge of the recently created [[Daishoji han|Daishôji han]] (70,000 ''koku'').<ref>Stele at former site of Daishôji domain's Edo mansion, today the University of Tokyo School of Medicine.[https://www.flickr.com/photos/toranosuke/35228545841/sizes/h/]</ref>
    
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