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  • Минамото
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  • Токугава
  • Литература
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    Хронологический список сёгунов

    Минамото

    Ёритомо 1192

    Ёрииэ 1199

    Санэтомо 1203

    Регенство Ходзё (сиккэн)

    Токимаса 1199

    Ёситоки 1205

    Ясутоки 1225

    Цунэтоки 1242

    Токиёри 1246

    Нагатоки 1256

    Токимунэ 1270

    Садатоки 1284

    Моротоки 1300

    Такатоки 1315


    После падения Камакура пост сёгуна занимал принц Морикуни.


    Асикага

    Такаудзи 1338

    Ёсиакира 1358

    Ёсимицу 1367

    Ёсимоти 1395

    Ёсикадзу 1423

    Ёсинори 1428

    Ёсикацу 1441

    Ёсимаса 1443

    Ёсихиса 1474

    Ёситанэ 1490

    Ёсидзуми 1493

    Ёситанэ 1508

    Ёсихару 1521

    Ёситэру 1545

    Ёсихидэ 1565

    Ёсиаки 1568

    Администраторы

    Ода Нобунага 1573

    Тоётоми Хидэёси 1582

    Тоётоми Хидэёри 1598

    Токугава

    Иэясу 1603

    Хидэтада 1605

    Иэмицу 1623

    Иэцуна 1651

    Цунаёси 1681

    Иэнобу 1709

    Иэцугу 1713

    Ёсимунэ 1717

    Иэсигэ 1745

    Иэхару 1762

    Иэнари 1787

    Иэёси 1837

    Иэсада 1853

    Иэмоти 1858

    Ёсинобу 1866

    Литература

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