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Princess Nobuko Asaka

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Princess Nobuko Asaka
Rayuwa
Haihuwa Tokyo (en) Fassara, 7 ga Augusta, 1891
ƙasa Empire of Japan (en) Fassara
Japan
Mutuwa Tokyo (en) Fassara, 3 Nuwamba, 1933
Ƴan uwa
Mahaifi Emperor Meiji
Mahaifiya Sono Sachiko
Abokiyar zama Yasuhiko Asaka (en) Fassara
Yara
Ahali Shizuko, Princess Hisa (en) Fassara, Michihito, Prince Aki (en) Fassara, Princess Masako Takeda (en) Fassara, Fusako Kitashirakawa (en) Fassara, Teruhito, Prince Mitsu (en) Fassara, Toshiko Higashikuni (en) Fassara, Takiko, Princess Sada (en) Fassara, Wakamitsuteru-hiko no Mikoto (en) Fassara, Wakatakayori-hime no Mikoto (en) Fassara, Shigeko, Princess Ume (en) Fassara, Yukihito, Prince Take (en) Fassara, Emperor Taishō (en) Fassara, Akiko, Princess Shige (en) Fassara da Fumiko, Princess Masu (en) Fassara
Yare Imperial House of Japan (en) Fassara
Karatu
Harsuna Harshen Japan
Sana'a
Sana'a aristocrat (en) Fassara
Kyaututtuka

Princess Nobuko Asaka (鳩彦王妃允子内親王, Yasuhiko Ōhi Nobuko Naishinnō), born Nobuko, Princess Fumi (富美宮允子内親王, Fumi-no-miya Nobuko Naishinnō, bakwai (7) August 1891 – uku (3) ga watan November (Nuwamba) 1933), was the twelfth child and eighth daughter of Emperor Meiji of Japan and one of his consorts, Sachiko Sono.

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An haifi Nobuko a Japan, 'yar Sarkin Meiji da Uwargida Sachiko . Ta yi kiran ƙaramar yarinya "Fumi no miya" (Gimbiya Fumi).

Mijinta na gaba, Yarima Yasuhiko Asaka, shine ɗa na takwas na Yarima Asahiko Kuni da matar kotun Sugako Tsunoda. Yarima Yasuhiko shima ɗan uwan ɗan'uwan Yarima Naruhiko Higashikuni ne, Yarima Morimasa Nashimoto, Yarima Kuninori Kaya, da Yarima Kuniyoshi Kuni, mahaifin Maigirma Kōjun na gaba, mataimakiyar Sarkin Shōwa . A ranar goma 10 ga Maris dubu daya da dari tara da shida 1906, Sarki Meiji ya ba Yarima Yasuhiko taken Asaka-no-miya da izini don fara sabon reshe na dangin sarki. A ranar shida 6 ga Mayun shekarar 1909, Yarima Asaka ya auri Gimbiya Fumi. Yarima da Gimbiya Asaka suna da yara huɗu:

  1. Princess Kikuko Asaka (紀久子女王, Kikuko Joō, 12 September 1911 – 12 February 1989); married Marquis Nabeshima Naoyasu in 1931.
  2. Prince Takahiko Asaka (孚彦王, Takahiko Ō, 8 October 1912 – 6 May 1994); married Todo Chikako, the fifth daughter of Count Todo Takatsugu. They had two daughters, Fukuko and Minoko and a son Tomohiko.
  3. Prince Tadahito Asaka (正彦王, Tadahito Ō, 5 January 1914 – 6 February 1944), renounced membership in the imperial family and created Marquis Otowa, 1936. Killed in action during the Battle of Kwajalein);
  4. Princess Kiyoko Asaka (湛子女王, Kiyoko Joō, 2 August 1919 – 1 August 2019); married Count Ogyu Yoshiatsu. She was the last surviving grandchild of Emperor Meiji.
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