Tokugawa Shogunate

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Tokugawa Shogunate 徳川幕府 was the de facto government of Japan from 1603 to 1868, while the Emperor was the de jure ruler of Japan.

list of Shoguns

no term begin term end name life note
1 12 Feb 1603JOS 7 Apr 1605JOS Tokugawa Ieyasu 德川家康 1542-1616
2 16 Apr 1605JOS 27 Jul 1623JOS Tokugawa Hidetada 德川秀忠 1579-1632
3 27 Jul 1623JOS 20 Apr 1651JOS Tokugawa Iemitsu 德川家光 1604-1651
4 18 Aug 1651JOS 8 May 1680JOS Tokugawa Ietsuna 德川家綱 1641-1680
5 23 Aug 1680JOS 10 Jan 1709JOS Tokugawa Tsunayoshi 德川綱吉 1646-1709
6 1 May 1709JOS 14 Oct 1712JOS Tokugawa Ienobu 德川家宣 1662-1712
7 2 Apr 1713JOS 30 Apr 1716JOS Tokugawa Ietsugu 德川家繼 1709-1716
8 13 Aug 1716JOS 1 Sept 1745JOS Tokugawa Yoshimune 德川吉宗 1684-1751
9 2 Nov 1745JOS 1 Apr 1760JOS Tokugawa Ieshige 德川家重 1711-1761
10 2 Sept 1760JOS 25 Aug 1786JOS Tokugawa Ieharu 德川家治 1737-1786
11 15 Apr 1787JOS 2 Apr 1837JOS Tokugawa Ienari 德川家齊 1773-1841
12 2 Sept 1837JOS 22 Jun 1853JOS Tokugawa Ieyoshi 德川家慶 1793-1853
13 23 Nov 1853JOS 6 Jul 1858JOS Tokugawa Iesada 德川家定 1824-1858
14 1 Dec 1858JOS 20 Jul 1866JOS Tokugawa Iemochi 德川家茂 1846-1866
15 5 Dec 1866JOS 9 Dec 1867JOS Tokugawa Yoshinobu 德川慶喜 1837-1913 abolished

family tree (House of Tokugawa)

Matsudaira Hirotada 松平廣忠
+- 1. Tokugawa Ieyasu 德川家康 (Shogun)
   +- Matsudaira Nobuyasu 松平信康
   +- Matsudaira Hideyasu 松平秀康 (1st Master of Fukui)
   +- 2. Tokugawa Hidetada 德川秀忠 (Shogun)
   |  +- 3. Tokugawa Iemitsu 德川家光 (Shogun)
   |  |  +- 4. Tokugawa Ietsuna 德川家綱 (Shogun)
   |  |  +- Tokugawa Tsunashige 德川綱重 (Master of Fuchu, Kai)
   |  |  |  +- 6. Tokugawa Ienobu 德川家宣 (Master of Fuchu, Kai, Shogun)
   |  |  |     +- 7. Tokugawa Ietsugu 德川家繼 (Shogun)
   |  |  +- 5. Tokugawa Tsunayoshi 德川綱吉 (Master of Tatebayashi, Shogun)
   |  +- Tokugawa Tadanaga 德川忠長 (Master of Fuchu, Suruga)
   +- Tokugawa Yoshinao 德川義直 (1st Master of Nagoya)
   +- Tokugawa Yorinobu 德川賴宣 (1st Master of Wakayama)
   |  +- Tokugawa Mitsusada 德川光貞 (2nd Master of Wakayama)
   |     +- 8. Tokugawa Yoshimune 德川吉宗 (5th Master of Wakayama, Shogun)
   |        +- 9. Tokugawa Ieshige 德川家重 (Shogun)
   |        |  +- 10.Tokugawa Ieharu 德川家治 (Shogun)
   |        |     +- Tokugawa Iemoto 德川家基 (heir)
   |        +- Tokugawa Munetada 德川宗尹 (1st Master of Hitotsubashi)
   |           +- Tokugawa Harusada 德川治濟 (2nd Master of Hitotsubashi)
   |              +- 11.Tokugawa Ienari 德川家齊 (Shogun)
   |              |  +- 12.Tokugawa Ieyoshi 德川家慶 (Shogun)
   |              |  |  +- 13.Tokugawa Iesada 德川家定 (Shogun)
   |              |  +- Tokugawa Nariyuki 德川齊順 (3rd Master of Shimizu, 11th Master of Wakayama)
   |              |     +- 14.Tokugawa Iemochi 德川家茂 (13th Master of Wakayama, Shogun)
   |              +- Tokugawa Narimasa 德川齊匡 (3rd Master of Tayasu)
   |                 +- Tokugawa Yoshiyori 德川慶賴 (5th and 8th Master of Tayasu)
   |                    +- Tokugawa Iesato 德川家達 (7th Master of Tayasu, heir to the main line of the House)
   +- Tokugawa Yorifusa 德川賴房 (1st Master of Mito)
      +- Matsudaira Yorishige 松平賴重 (1st Master of Takamatsu)
         +- Matsudaira Yoritoshi 松平賴候
            +- Matsudaira Yoritoyo 松平賴豐
               +- Tokugawa Munetaka 德川宗堯 (4th Master of Mito)
                  +- Tokugawa Munemoto 德川宗翰 (5th Master of Mito)
                     +- Tokugawa Harumori 德川治保 (6th Master of Mito)
                        +- Tokugawa Harutoshi 德川治紀 (7th Master of Mito)
                           +- Tokugawa Nariaki 德川齊昭 (9th Master of Mito)
                              +- 15.Tokugawa Yoshinobu 德川慶喜 (9th Master of Hitotsubashi, Shogun)

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