Tottori han

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Tottori han was a kunimochi[1] domain ruled from Tottori castle by the Ikeda clan. The territory of the domain spanned two provinces, Hôki and Inaba.

The domain saw a peasant uprising in 1717.

Daimyô of Tottori

  1. Ikeda Nagayoshi (d. 1614)
  2. Ikeda Nagayuki (d. 1632)


  1. Ikeda Narikuni (1787-1807)


  • Luke Roberts, Performing the Great Peace: Political Space and Open Secrets in Tokugawa Japan, University of Hawaii Press (2012), 48.
  • Constantine Vaporis, "Lordly Pageantry: The Daimyo Procession and Political Authority," Japan Review 17 (2005), 11.
  1. Mark Ravina, Land and Lordship in Early Modern Japan, Stanford University Press (1999), 19.