Toda Ujikane

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Toda Ujikane (戸田 氏鉄, 1576 – March 21, 1655) was a Japanese daimyō.

In 1617, he helped build the Amagasaki Castle. [1]

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References

  1. "Amagasaki Castle | Amagasaki Tourism Bureau【official】|kansai tourism Amagasaki| Amagasaki, the Spirited City". Amagasaki Tourism Bureau【official】|kansai tourism Amagasaki| Amagasaki, the Spirited City. Retrieved 2020-06-21.
Preceded by 2nd (Toda) Daimyō of Zeze
1604–1616
Succeeded by
Preceded by 1st (Toda) Daimyō of Amagasaki
1617–1635
Succeeded by
Preceded by 1st (Toda) Daimyō of Ogaki
1635–1651
Succeeded by