The Nashimoto (梨本宮 Nashimoto-no-miya) (princely house) was the oldest collateral branch (ōke) of the Japanese Imperial Family created from the Fushimi-no-miya, the oldest of the four branches of the imperial dynasty allowed to provide a successor to the Chrysanthemum throne should the main imperial line fail to produce an heir. The Nashimoto-no-miya palace was located in the Aoyama district of Shibuya, Tokyo.

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  • 梨本宮(なしもとのみや)は、伏見宮貞敬親王の第 9王子守脩親王が創設した宮家。多くの宮家が創立された伏見宮系の新設宮家のうち、唯一邦家親王の兄弟によって創設されている宮家である。 (ja)
  • The Nashimoto (梨本宮 Nashimoto-no-miya) (princely house) was the oldest collateral branch (ōke) of the Japanese Imperial Family created from the Fushimi-no-miya, the oldest of the four branches of the imperial dynasty allowed to provide a successor to the Chrysanthemum throne should the main imperial line fail to produce an heir. The Yamashina-no-miya house was formed in 1870 by Prince Moriosa, the 10th son of Prince Fushimi Sadayoshi, who was given his title Emperor Meiji. As Prince Moriosa was childless, the title passed briefly first to his grandnephew Prince Kikumaro, then to Prince Morimasa, the fourth son of Prince Kuni Asahiko. Princess Masako, the eldest daughter of Prince Moriosa, was married to Crown Prince Euimin of Korea. On October 14, 1947, Prince Nashimoto Morimasa lost his imperial status and became an ordinary citizen, as part of the American Occupation's abolishment of the collateral branches of the Japanese Imperial family. On his death without male heirs in 1951, the main line of the Nashimoto-no-miya became extinct. The Nashimoto-no-miya palace was located in the Aoyama district of Shibuya, Tokyo. (en)
  • 梨本宮是伏見宮貞敬親王的第9皇子守脩親王創設的宮家。 (zh)
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  • 梨本宮(なしもとのみや)は、伏見宮貞敬親王の第 9王子守脩親王が創設した宮家。多くの宮家が創立された伏見宮系の新設宮家のうち、唯一邦家親王の兄弟によって創設されている宮家である。 (ja)
  • 梨本宮是伏見宮貞敬親王的第9皇子守脩親王創設的宮家。 (zh)
  • The Nashimoto (梨本宮 Nashimoto-no-miya) (princely house) was the oldest collateral branch (ōke) of the Japanese Imperial Family created from the Fushimi-no-miya, the oldest of the four branches of the imperial dynasty allowed to provide a successor to the Chrysanthemum throne should the main imperial line fail to produce an heir. The Nashimoto-no-miya palace was located in the Aoyama district of Shibuya, Tokyo. (en)
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  • 梨本宮 (ja)
  • 梨本宮 (zh)
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