Prince of Arisugawa

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Prince of Arisugawa 有栖川宮 Arisugawa no Miya was a title held by Japanese Imperial family.

list of Princes of Arisugawa

  1. 1612-1638 Prince Yoshihito (1603-1638) Prince of Takamatsu 高松宮
  2. 1647-1654 Prince Nagahito (1637-1685)
  3. 1667-1699 Prince Yukihito (1656-1699) 1672 Prince of Arisugawa 有栖川宮
  4. 1699-1716 Prince Tadahito (1694-1716)
  5. 1716-1769 Prince Yorihito (1713-1769)
  6. 1769-1820 Prince Orihito (1753-1820)
  7. 1820-1845 Prince Tsuguhito (1784-1845)
  8. 1845-1871 Prince Takahito (1812-1886)
  9. 1871-1895 Prince Taruhito (1835-1895)
  10. 1895-1913 Prince Takehito (1862-1913) 1913 no male heir, 1923 extinct

family tree

Emperor Goyozei
+- Emperor Gomizunoo
|  +- 2. Prince Nagahito (later Emperor Gosai)
|     +- Emperor Reigen
|     |  +- Emperor Higashiyama
|     |  |  +- Prince Naohito (Prince of Kanin)
|     |  |     +- Prince Sukehito (Prince of Kanin)
|     |  |        +- Emperor Kokaku
|     |  |           +- Emperor Ninko
|     |  |              +- Emperor Komei
|     |  |                 +- Emperor Meiji
|     |  |                    +- Emperor Taisho
|     |  |                       +- Emperor Showa
|     |  |                          +- Emperor Akihito
|     |  +- Prince Ayahito (Prince of Kyogoku)
|     |  +- 5. Prince Yorihito
|     |     +- 6. Prince Orihito
|     |        +- 7. Prince Tsuguhito
|     |           +- 8. Prince Takahito
|     |              +- 9. Prince Taruhito
|     |              +- 10. Prince Takehito
|     |                 +- Prince Tanehito
|     |                 +- Princess Mieko = Duke Tokugawa Yoshihisa
|     |                    +- Tokugawa Kikuko = Prince Nobuhito (Prince of Takamatsu)
|     +- 3. Prince Yukihito
|        +- 4. Prince Tadahito
+- 1. Prince Yoshihito