Makino Narisada, Date of Birth, Place of Birth, Date of Death

    

Makino Narisada

daimyo

Date of Birth: 01-Jan-1634

Place of Birth: Edo, Japan

Date of Death: 08-Jul-1712

Profession: samurai, daimyo

Nationality: Japan

Zodiac Sign: Capricorn


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About Makino Narisada

  • Makino Narisada (?? ??, 1634 – July 8, 1712) was a Japanese daimyo of the mid-Edo period, who ruled the Sekiyado Domain.
  • Starting from relatively humble origins, he first became the karo of the Tatebayashi Domain, before following his lord Tokugawa Tsunayoshi to Edo upon Tsunayoshi's selection to be 5th shogun.
  • In the Tokugawa shogunate, he served as Tsunayoshi's personal aide. Narisada became a daimyo in 1680 upon receiving dispersed holdings in Hitachi Province amounting to 13,000 koku.
  • He was then given an increase in income to 20,000 koku, before being moved to the Sekiyado Domain, which was worth 53,000 koku.
  • With the later addition of other landholdings, his income increased yet again to 73,000 koku.
  • His daughter, Yasuko become Tokugawa Tsunayoshi's concubine and give birth to Tsunayoshi's second and favourite son, Chomatsu.
  • But it did not last long since Yasuko died after giving birth to Chomatsu and Chomatsu died 2 years after his mother's death.
  • With that Narisada lost Tsunayoshi's favour.

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