Prince of Kacho

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Prince of Kacho 華頂宮 Kacho no miya was a title held by Japanese Imperial family.

list of Princes of Kacho

  1. 1868-1876 Prince Hirotsune (1851-1876) 1868 Prince of Kacho
  2. 1876-1883 Prince Hiroatsu (1875-1883)
  3. 1883-1904 Prince Hiroyasu (1875-1946)
  4. 1904-1924 Prince Hirotada (1902-1924) 1924 extinct

family tree

Emperor Kogon
+- Emperor Suko
   +- Prince Yoshihito (Prince of Fushimi)
      +- Prince Sadafusa (Prince of Fushimi)
         +- Emperor Gohanazono
         |  +- Emperor Gotsuchimikado
         |     +- Emperor Gokashiwabara
         |        +- Emperor Gonara
         |           +- Emperor Ogimachi
         |              +- Prince Sanehito
         |                 +- Emperor Goyozei
         |                    +- Emperor Gomizunoo
         |                       +- 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 Sadatsune (Prince of Fushimi)
            +- Prince Kunitaka (Prince of Fushimi)
               +- Prince Sadaatsu (Prince of Fushimi)
                  +- Prince Kunisuke (Prince of Fushimi)
                     +- Prince Sadayasu (Prince of Fushimi)
                        +- Prince Kuninobu (Prince of Fushimi)
                           +- Prince Sadakiyo (Prince of Fushimi)
                              +- Prince Sadayuki (Prince of Fushimi)
                                 +- Prince Kuninaga (Prince of Fushimi)
                                    +- Prince Sadatake (Prince of Fushimi)
                                       +- Prince Kuniyori (Prince of Fushimi)
                                          +- Prince Sadayoshi (Prince of Fushimi)
                                             +- Prince Kuniie (Prince of Fushimi)
                                                +- Prince Yoshikoto (Prince of Shogoin)
                                                +- Prince Asahiko (Prince of Kuni)
                                                +- Prince Sadanori (Prince of Fushimi)
                                                +- Prince Akihito (Prince of Komatsu)
                                                +- Prince Yoshihisa (Prince of Kitashirakawa)
                                                +- 1. Prince Hirotsune
                                                |  +- 2. Prince Hiroatsu
                                                +- Prince Satonari (Prince of Kitashirakawa)
                                                +- Prince Sadanaru (Prince of Fushimi)
                                                |  +- 3. Prince Hiroyasu (later Prince of Fushimi)
                                                |     +- Prince Hiroyoshi
                                                |     +- 4. Prince Hirotada
                                                |     +- Marquis Kacho Hironobu
                                                |     +- Count Fushimi Hirohide
                                                +- Count Kiyosu Ienori
                                                +- Prince Kotohito (Prince of Kanin)
                                                +- Prince Yorihito (Prince of Higashifushimi)

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