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Kuj%C5%8D Yukiie

Kuj? Yukiie ( , April 7, 1586 - September 29, 1665), son of regent Kanetaka, was a kugy? or Japanese court noble of the Edo period (1603-1868). His given name was initially (Tadahide). He held a regent position kampaku from 1608 to 1612 and from 1619 to 1623. He married Toyotomi Sadako (1592-1658), a daughter of Toyotomi Hidekatsu and adopted daughter of sh?gun Tokugawa Hidetada. The couple had, among other children, sons Nij? Yasumichi, Kuj? Michifusa, Matsudono Michimoto (1615-1646).

Family

  • Father: Kuj? Kanetaka
  • Mother: Takakura Hiroko
  • Wife: Toyotomi Sadako (1592-1658), daughter of Toyotomi Hidekatsu and Oeyo
  • Children (all by Toyotomi Sadako):
    • Nij? Yasumichi
    • Kuj? Michifusa
    • Matsudono Michimoto (1615-1646)
    • daughter married Sennyo
    • daughter (1613-1632) married Ry?nyo
    • daughter (1625-1664)
    • son (1622-1664)

References

  • . () (in Japanese). Archived from the original on 2007-09-27. Retrieved .

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