High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Okutono (,
Okutono-han), also known as Ogy -han and later, Tatsuoka-han, was a
Japanese domain of the Edo period, with holdings scattered between
Mikawa Province and Shinano Province. The ruling family was the Ogy
-Matsudaira. Late in the Edo period, the domain achieved prominence
thanks to its last daimyo, Matsudaira Norikata, becoming a senior
councilor in the Tokugawa Shogunate. Another contemporary figure
born in Okutono was Nagai Naoyuki. During Norikata's tenure, the
domain seat was moved from Mikawa to the Tanokuchi district of
Shinano province (though the holdings remained), and with the
construction of Tatsuoka Castle, it became known as Tatsuoka han.
The domain was disbanded in the 1870s.
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Lambert M. Surhone
• Miriam T. Timpledon
• Susan F. Marseken
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