Japanese Castle Explorer

by Daniel O'Grady

       
Japanese Castles 1540-1640 The Baur Collection: Japanese Sword-Fittings and Associated Metalwork

Hizen Province - 肥前国

Below is a list of the domains that existed in Hizen province (Kyūshū) during the Edo period (1600 - 1868). Each white box details the reign of each clan, showing their Kamon (家紋), the dates & the approximate value of their lands measured in Koku (石).

Fukue Domain - 福江藩

五島氏
1603 – 1871
Gotō Clan
15,000 Koku

Hasunoike Domain - 蓮池藩

鍋島氏
1639 - 1871
Nabeshima Clan
35,000 Koku

Hirado Domain - 平戸藩Hirado Castle

松浦氏
1600 - 1871
Matsuura Clan
63,000 Koku

Karatsu Domain - 唐津藩Karatsu Castle

寺沢氏
1600 - 1647
Terasawa Clan
123,000 Koku
大久保氏
1649 - 1678
Ōkubo Clan
83,000 Koku
松平 (大給)
1678 - 1691
Matsudaira (Ogyū) Clan
70,000 Koku
土井氏
1691 - 1762
Doi Clan
70,000 Koku
水野氏
1762 - 1817
Mizuno Clan
60,000 Koku
小笠原氏
1817 - 1871
Ogasawara Clan
60,000 Koku

Kashima Domain - 鹿島藩Kashima Castle

鍋島氏
1609 - 1871
Nabeshima Clan
25,000 Koku

Ogi Domain - 小城藩

鍋島氏
1617 - 1871
Nabeshima Clan
73,000 Koku

Ōmura Domain - 大村藩Kushima Castle

大村氏
1600 - 1871
Ōmura Clan
27,000 Koku

Saga Domain - 佐賀藩Saga Castle

鍋島氏
1607 - 1871
Nabeshima Clan
357,000 Koku

Shimabara Domain - 島原藩Shimabara Castle

松倉氏
1616 - 1638
Matsukura Clan
40,000 Koku
高力氏
1638 - 1668
Kōriki Clan
40,000 Koku
松平 (深溝)
1668 - 1747
Matsudaira (Fukōzu) Clan
65,000 Koku
戸田氏
1747 - 1774
Toda Clan
77,000 Koku
松平 (深溝)
1774 - 1871
Matsudaira (Fukōzu) Clan
65,000 Koku