Asano Tsunanaga (浅野 綱長, July 28, 1659 – April 1, 1708) was a Japanese daimyō of the Edo period, who ruled the Hiroshima Domain. He held the title of Aki no kami. His childhood name was Iwamatsu (岩松).

Asano Tsunanaga
Lord of Hiroshima
In office
1673–1708
Preceded byAsano Tsunaakira
Succeeded byAsano Yoshinaga
Personal details
Born(1659-07-28)July 28, 1659
DiedApril 1, 1708(1708-04-01) (aged 48)
NationalityJapanese
Spouse(s)Atehime

During the 47 rōnin incident, Tsunanaga sent a messenger to Akō, which was ruled by a branch family of the Hiroshima Asano, and recommended that Ōishi Kuranosuke peacefully surrender the castle to the shogunate's envoys.

His daughter married the court noble Ichijō Kaneka.

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Preceded by
Asano Tsunaakira
4th (Asano) Daimyō of Hiroshima
1673–1708
Succeeded by
Asano Yoshinaga