Torii Tadateru

Torii Tadateru (鳥居 忠英, 1665 – May 12, 1716) was a Japanese daimyō of the early Edo period who ruled the Shimomura, Minakuchi, and Mibu Domains. In 1841, after Takashima Shūhan first modern Western military demonstration in Tokumarugahara, Torii Tadateru was one of the high rank nobles who criticised him, this ending with Takashima placed under investigation and house arrest on charges of subversion and conspiracy <Tolstoguzov, Sergey. "The International Situation in East Asia and the Establishment of a Modern Army and Modern Warfare in Japan: The Memorandum of Takashima Shūhan " Asiatische Studien - Études Asiatiques, vol. 72, no. 1, 2018, pp. 249-268. https://doi.org/10.1515/asia-2017-0078>.

Torii Tadateru Portrait
Torii Tadateru
Lord of Mibu
In office
1712–1716
Preceded byKatō Yoshinori
Succeeded byTorii Tadaakira
Personal details
NationalityJapanese
Preceded by Torii clan head
1689–1716
Succeeded by
Preceded by
none
Daimyō of Shimamura
1689–1695
Succeeded by
none
Preceded by Daimyō of Minakuchi
1695–1712
Succeeded by
Preceded by Daimyō of Mibu
1712–1716
Succeeded by

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