LOCATION: Japan REVENUE: xx koku CREATION: 1409
TITLE: Prince Fushimi-no-miya DYNASTY: Fushmi ABOLISHMENT: 14th October 1947
born 26th January 1932 in Tokyo, educated at the Gakushuin and at Centre College in Kentucky, USA; executive with the Mobil Oil company in Japan; married Ms. Yoshikawa Tokiko, died 10th April 1997, and has issue.
- (HIH Princess) Fushimi Akiko, born 1959.
- (HIH Princess) Fushimi Nobuko, born 1961.
- (HIH Princess) Fushimi Masako, born 1964.
PREDECESSORS AND SHORT HISTORY: The Fushimi-no-miya is the oldest of the four shinnōke, branches of the Imperial Family of Japan which were eligible to succeed to the Chrysanthemum Throne in the event that the main line should die out. It was founded by Prince Yoshihito, son of the 3rd Northern Emperor Sukō. The sesshu shinnōke and ōke households, along with the kazoku (Japanese peerage), were reduced to commoner status during the American occupation of Japan, on 14th October 1947.
- Imperial Prince Fushimi-no-miya Yoshihito shinnō, 1st Prince Fushimi-no-miya 1409/1416, born 1351, married and had issue. He died 1416.
- Imperial Prince Fushimi-no-miya Haruhito shinnō (qv)
- Imperial Prince Fushimi-no-miya Sadafusa shinnō
- Imperial Prince
Fushimi-no-miya Haruhito ō, 2nd Prince
Fushimi-no-miya 1416/1417, born 1370, died 1417.
- Imperial Prince Fushimi-no-miya Sadafusa shinnō, 3rd Prince Fushimi-no-miya 1425/1447, born 1372, married and had issue. He died 1456.
- Imperial Prince Fushimi Sadatsune shinnō (qv)
- Emperor Go-Hanazono, 102nd Emperor of Japan (qv)
- Imperial Prince Fushimi-no-miya Sadatsune shinnō, 4th Prince Fushimi-no-miya 1456/1474, born 1425, married and had issue. He died 1474.
- Imperial Prince Fushimi-no-miya Kunitaka shinnō
- Imperial Prince Fushimi-no-miya Kunitaka shinnō, 5th Prince Fushimi-no-miya 1474/1516, born 1456, married and had issue. He died 1532.
- Imperial Prince Fushimi-no-miya Sadaatsu shinnō
- Imperial Prince Fushimi-no-miya Sadaatsu shinnō, 6th Prince Fushimi-no-miya 1516/1545, born 1488, married and had issue. He died 1572.
- Imperial Prince Fushimi-no-miya Kunisuke shinnō (qv)
- Imperial Princess (name unknown), married Nijō Haruyoshi, Kampaku, born
1526, died 1579, and had issue, three sons (see Nijō
- Imperial Prince Fushimi-no-miya Kunisuke shinnō, 7th Prince Fushimi-no-miya 1545/1563, born 1513, married and had issue. He died 1563.
- Imperial Prince Fushimi-no-miya Sadayasu shinnō
- Imperial Prince Fushimi-no-miya Sadayasu shinnō, 8th Prince Fushimi-no-miya 1563/1568, born 1547, married and had issue. He died 1568.
- Imperial Prince Fushimi-no-miya Kuninobu shinnō
- Imperial Prince
Fushimi-no-miya Kuninobu shinnō, 9th Prince
Fushimi-no-miya 1575/- , born 1566, married and had
issue. He died 1622.
- Imperial Prince Fushimi-no-miya Sadakiyo shinnō
- Imperial Prince Fushimi-no-miya Sadakiyo shinnō, 10th Prince Fushimi-no-miya 1605/- , born 1596, married and had issue. He died 1654.
- Imperial Prince Fushimi-no-miya Kuninari shinnō (qv)
- Imperial Prince Fushimi-no-miya Sadayuki shinnō
- Imperial Princess Asa-no-Miya Akiko (Koge'in), born 1640, she married Prince Tokugawa Ietsuna, 4th Tokugawa Shōgun. She died sp in 1676,
- Imperial Prince Fushimi-no-miya Kunimichi shinnō (qv)
- Imperial Prince Fushimi-no-miya Kuninari shinnō, 11th Prince Fushimi-no-miya 1626/- , born 1615, married and had issue. He died 1654.
- Imperial Prince
Fushimi-no-miya Kunimichi shinnō, 12th Prince
Fushimi-no-miya 1649/- , born 1641, died 1654.
- Imperial Prince Fushimi-no-miya Sadayuki shinnō, 13th Prince Fushimi-no-miya 1660/- , born 1632, married (amongst others), a daughter of Konoe Hisatsugu, Kampaku, and his wife, Princess Shoshi, and had issue. He died 1694.
- Imperial Prince Fushimi-no-miya Kuninaga shinnō
- Imperial Prince Fushimi-no-miya Kuninaga shinnō, 14th Prince Fushimi-no-miya 1695/1715, born 10th May 1676, married 9th June 1698, Imperial Princess Tomiko naishinnō, born 21st October 1676, died 31st July 1707, fifth daughter of Emperor Reigen, 112th Emperor of Japan, by Matsuki Muneko, Lady-in-waiting, and had issue, one son and one daughter. He died 14th November 1726.
- Imperial Prince Fushimi-no-miya Sadatake shinnō (qv)
- Imperial Princess Nami-no-miya Masuko (Somnyoin), born 1711, she
married (as his official wife), 16th April 1731, Prince Tokugawa
Ieshige, 9th Tokugawa Shōgun. She died following a miscarriage in 1733.
- Imperial Prince Fushimi-no-miya Sadatake shinnō, 15th Prince Fushimi-no-miya 1715/1743, born 1701, married and had issue. He died 1754.
- Imperial Prince Fushimi-no-miya Kunitada shinnō (qv)
- Imperial Prince Fushimi-no-miya Kuniyori shinnō (qv)
- Imperial Princess (name unknown), she married Tokugawa Shigeyoshi, 1st Head of the Shimizu-Tokugawa House.
- Imperial Prince Fushimi-no-miya Kunitada shinnō, 16th Prince Fushimi-no-miya 1743/1754, born 1732, married and had issue. He died 1759.
- Imperial Prince
Fushimi-no-miya Sadamochi shinnō, 17th Prince
Fushimi-no-miya 1763/1772, born 1760, son of HIM
Emperor Momozono, 116th Emperor of Japan. He died sp 1772.
- Imperial Prince Fushimi-no-miya Kuniyori shinnō, 18th Prince Fushimi-no-miya 1774/1791, born 1733, married and had issue. He died 1802.
- Imperial Prince Fushimi Sadayuki, born 1765, died 1831.
- Imperial Prince Fushimi-no-miya Sadayoshi shinnō (qv)
- Imperial Prince Fushimi Sadayoshi, 19th Prince Fushimi-no-miya 1791/1817, born 1775/1776, married and had issue. He died 1841.
- Imperial Prince Fushimi Kuniye [Fushimi-no-miya Kuniie-shinnō](qv)
- Imperial Prince Nashimoto Moriosa, tenth son, born 16th December 1819, 1st Prince Nashimoto-no-miya [cr.1870], he was adopted by Emperor Kokaku, but later became a Buddhist priest at the Emman-in Temple. After the Meiji Restoration, in 1868, Emperor Meiji recalled him (along with all other Imperial princes in Buddhist temples) to secular status, and he resumed the name Moriosa-ō, two years later, he was granted the title of Nashimoto-no-miya and permission to form a new princely house. He adopted Prince Yamashina Kikumaro, the eldest son of Prince Yamashina Akira, as his heir, but the Prince remained in the Yamashina-no-miya family, and the Nashimoto-no-miya title passed to Prince Morimasa, the fourth son of Prince Kuni Asahiko instead. He died sp in September 1881 or 2nd December 1885.
- HIH Prince Fushimi Kuniie, 20th Prince Fushimi-no-miya 1817/1848, born 24th October 1802, married (a), Lady Fujiki Toshiko, married (b), Lady Nakamura Soma, married (c), Lady Takatsukasa Hiroko, married (d), Lady Horiuchi Nobuko, married (e), Lady Itami Yoshiko, married (f), Lady Torikoji Nobuko, and had issue, at least 17 sons and 14 daughters. He died 5th August 1872.
- HIH Prince Yamashina Akira [Yamashina-no-miya Akira shinnō](by Toshiko), born 22nd October 1816 in Kyōto, 1st Prince Yamashina-no-miya [cr.1864], married 1869, HIH Princess Katsura no miya Sumiko Naishinno, born 1838, died 1881, daughter of H.I.M. Emperor Ninko, 120th Emperor of Japan, and had issue. He died 29th October 1891 in Tokyo.
- HIH Prince Yamashina Kikumaro, born 3rd July 1873 in Kyōto, 2nd Prince Yamashina-no-miya 1898/1908; married 1stly, Lady Daigo Yoshiko, born 4th December 1878, died 11th November 1901, daughter of Marquess Daigo Tadayori, married 2ndly, 26th November 1902, Lady Shimazu Hisako, born 7th February 1882 in Kagashima, died 26th February 1938 in Tokyo, daughter of Prince Shimazu Tadayoshi, 12th and last Daimyō of Satsuma, and had issue. He died 2nd May 1908 in Tokyo.
- HIH Prince Yamashina Takehiko, born 13th February 1898, 3rd Prince Yamashina-no-miya 1908/1987, married 19th July 1922 in Tokyo, HIH Princess Kaya Sakiko, born 30th March 1903 in Kyōto, died 1st September 1923 in Kamakura, daughter of HIH Prince Kuni Kuninori, and his wife, Lady Tadashige Yoshiko, and had issue. He died 10th August 1987 in Tojyo.
- HIH Prince Yamashina Taha, born 30th August 1923, he was killed
with his mother in the Great Kanto Earthquake on 30th August 1923.
- HIH Prince Yamashina Yoshimaro, born 5th July 1900, 1st Marquess Yamashina [cr.1920], married Lady Sakai Sugako. He died sp on 29th January 1989.
- HIH Princess Yamashina Yasuko, born 31st October 1901, married Asano Nagatake, 29th Head of the Asano family
1940/1969 and 3rd Marquess Asano 1940/1947, and had issue (see Hiroshima Han). She died 1974.
- HIH Prince Yamashina Fujimaro [Marquess Tsukada Fujimaro], born 5th February 1905, he was created 1st Marquess Tsukada in 1928.
- HIH Prince Yamashina Hagimaro [Count Kawashima Hagimaro], born 21st
April 1906, he was created 1st Count Kawashima in 1929. He died in
- HIH Prince Yamashina Shigemaro [Count Katsuragi Shigamaro], born 21st April 1908, he was created 1st Count Katsuragi in 1929.
- Prince Fushimi Yoshikoto [Shōgoin-no-miya Yoshikoto shinnō] (by Toshiko), born 28th February 1821, died 26th September 1868.
- Prince Fushimi Jonin [Manshuin-no-miya Jonin shinnō] (by Toshiko), born 1824, died 1842.
- HIH Prince Kuni Asahiko [Kuni-no-miya Asahiko shinnō], 1st Prince Kuni-no-miya (qv)
- Princess Hisako (by Ueno Juno), born 26th February 1826, married Nijō Nariyuki, and had issue (see Nijō Clan). She died 1916.
- Princess Fushimi Yoriko (by Soma), born 1827, married Prince Ichijō Tadaka, and had issue, one daughter. She died 1908.
- Princess Ichijō Haruko, born 9th March 1849 in Kyōto, she was posthumously titled Empress Shoken, married 8th September 1867 in Kyōto, HIM Emperor Meiji, 122nd Emperor of Japan. She died sp on 19th April 1914 in Numazu.
- Princess Fushimi (name unknown) [(久我誓円)](by Soma), born 1828, died 1910.
- Princess Fushimi Tomoko (by Furuyama Chie), born 19th January 1830, died 4th June 1884.
- Prince Fushini (name unknown)(Bimyō-in), stillborn in 1832.
- Prince Fushimi Sadanori (by Hiroko)(qv)
- Princess Fushimi Fumiko (by Hiroko), born 1839,
- Princess Fushini (name unknown) (Bodai-in) (by
Horiuchi Nobuko), stillborn in 1840.
- Prince Fushimi (name unknown) (Kikumura-no-miya)(by Hiroko), born 1842, died 1851.
- Hon. Field Marshal HIH Prince Fushimi Yoshiaki (Komatsu-no-miya Akihito shinnō)(by Horiuchi Nobuko), seventh son, Diplomat and Military tactician, born 11th February 1846 in Kyōto, educated privately and later in Great Britain 1870/1872 studying military tactics, he adopted the title Ninnaji-no-miya and entered the Buddhist priesthood in 1858, returning to secular life in 1867, he led the imperial forces to Osaka, Yamato, Shikoku and Aizu against partisans of the Tokugawa Shogunate during the Boshin War; he was instrumental in quelling the Saga Rebellion of 1874, and the Satsuma Rebellion of 1877; he was granted the rank of Lieutenant General in Imperial Japanese Army and rose to the rank of General, recieving command of the First Imperial Guard Division in 1890, nominal commander of the expeditionary forces to China in the First Sino-Japanese War 1894/1895, became a member of the Supreme Military Council, chief of the General Staff, with the honorary rank of Field Marshal; as a diplomat he was sent to the Ottoman Empire to mark the inaugural step in relations between Turkey and Japan in 1887 and presented the Ottoman Emperor a message of good will from the Meiji Emperor, he and his consort represented Emperor Meiji at the coronation of King Edward VII in July 1901; 1st Prince Higashifushimi-no-miya [cr.1867], 1st Prince Komatsu-no-miya [cr.1872] (styled HIH Prince Komatsu-no-miya Akihito shinnō); awarded the Order of the Golden Kite (2nd class), Order of the Rising Sun (1st class), Order of the Chrysanthemum; married 6th November 1869, Lady Arima Yoriko, born 18th June 1852, died sp on 26th June 1914, daughter of Lord Arima Yorishige, the former Daimyō of Kurume, (Chikugo). He died sp on 18th February 1903 in Tokyo.
- HIH Prince Kitashirakawa Yoshihisa (by Horiuchi Nobuko), born 1st January 1847 in Kyōto, 2nd Prince Kitashirakawa-no-miya, in succession to his elder brother, married April 1886, Princess Shimazu Tomiko, born 8th August 1862, died 1935, adopted daughter of Shimazu Hisamatsu, 31st Daimyō of Satsuma, and had issue, as well as issue by a number of unofficial wives, including Saruhashi Kou. He died 5th November 1895.
- HIH Prince Takeda Tsunehisa (by Saruhashi Kou),
born 1882, 1st Prince Takeda-no-miya [cr.1906];
married and had issue. He died 1919.
- HIH Prince Takeda Tsuneyoshi, born 1909, 2nd
- HIH Prince Takeda Ayako
- HIH Prince Kitashirakawa Naruhisa, born 1887,
3rd Prince Kitashirakawa-no-miya 1895/1923,
married and had issue. He died 1923.
- HIH Prince Kitashirakawa Nagahisa, born 1910,
4th Prince Kitashirakawa-no-miya 1923/1940,
married HIH Princess Fusako [Kane-no-Miya],
daughter of HIM Emperor Meiji of Japan, and Imperial
Concubine Sono Sachiko, and had issue. He died
- HIH Prince Kitashirakawa Michihisa, born
1937, 5th Prince Kitashirakawa-no-miya 1940/-
- HIH Princess Kitashirakawa Hatsuko, born
- HIH Prince Komatsu Teruhisa (by Saruhashi Kou)
- Count Ueno Masao
- Count Futara Yoshiyuki
- Prince Fushimi (name
unknown)(Aki-no-miya) (by Horiuchi
Nobuko), born 1848, died 1853.
- Prince Fushimi (name unknown)(Naru-no-miya)(by Horiuchi Nobuko), born 1849, died 1851
- Princess Fushimi Noriko (by Hiroko), born 16th May
1850, she married Tokugawa Mochitsugu,
14th Daimyō of Wakayama. She died 14th November 1874.
- Prince Fushimi Toshinori (Kitashirakawa-no-miya Satonari shinnō) (by Itami Yoshiko), born 22nd July 1850, 1st Prince Kitashirakawa-no-miya [cr.1872], died sp on 10th February 1872.
- HIH Prince Kwachō Hirotsune (Kachō-no-miya Hirotsune
shinnō)(by Horiuchi Nobuko), born 19th April 1851, married and had issue. He died 24th May 1876.
- HIH Prince Kwacho Hiroatsu
- HIH Prince Kwacho Hiroyasu, born 1875, died 1946.
- Princess Fushimi (name unknown) (Kayo-no-miya) (by Hiroko), born 1852, died 1853.
- Princess Fushimi Nichiyei (Masa-no-miya) (by Itami Yoshiko), born 3rd April 1855, she became a Buddhist nun with the style Abbess
Nichiyei Murakumo, she died 1920.
- Princess Fushimi (name unknown) (Tashi-no-miya) (by Hiroko), born 1856,
- Princess Fushimi Takako (by Itami Yoshiko), born 4th January 1858, she married Matsudaira Tadataka. She died 1919.
- Prince Fushimi Sadanaru (Fushimi-no-miya Sadanaru shinnō)(by Hiroko), fourteenth son (qv)
- Princess Fushimi (name unknown) (Kanraku-in) (by Itami Yoshiko), stillborn in 1859.
- Princess Fushimi (name unknown) (Tame-no-miya) (by Itami Yoshiko), born 1860, died 1864.
- Kiyosu Ienori (by Itami Yoshiko), born 19th June 1862, he was adopted by Takatsukasa Masamichi. He died 13th July 1923,
- HIH Prince Kanin Kotohito (by Itami Yoshiko), born 10th November 1865 in Kyōto, married 19th December 1891 in Tokyo, Princess Sanjō Chieko, born 25th May 1872, died 1953, and had issue, the Kanin Imperial Family. He died 21st May 1945 in Tokyo.
- HIH Prince Higashifushimi Yorihito (by Itami Yoshiko), born 19th September 1867, educated at Dartmouth Royal Naval College, Vice-Admiral in the Imperial Japanese Navy, succeeded his elder brother as the 2nd Prince Higashifushimi-no-miya in 1903; married 10th February 1898, Princess Iwakura Kaneko, born 26th August 1876, died sp in 1948 in Tokyo, daughter of Prince Iwakura Tomosada. He died sp on 27th June 1922 in Tokyo.
- Princess Fushimi (name unknown) (Masa-no-miya) (by Itami Yoshiko), born 1869, died 1872.
- HIH Prince Fushimi Sadanori, 21st Prince Fushimi-no-miya 1848/1862, born 26th October 1836. He died sp on 25th October 1862.
- Field Marshal HIH Prince
Fushimi Sadanaru, 22nd Prince Fushimi-no-miya
1862/1923, born 28th April 1858 in Kyōto, styled
Fushimi-no-miya Sadanaru-Shinnō, he studied military
tactics at the École Spéciale Militaire de Saint-Cyr
in France and later in Germany in the 1870's,
Commander of the IJA 4th Division , and
Commander of the IJA 1st Division , served as a
field Commander of the IJA 10th Division in the First
Sino-Japanese War 1894/1895, represented Emperor Meiji
at the coronation of Tsar Nicholas II of Russia on 26
May 1896, General [6.1904], continued to serve as a
field Commander in the Russo-Japanese War 1904/1905,
Field Marshal , Member of the Supreme War
Council in 1905, served as Lord Keeper of the Privy
Seal of Japan (Naidaijin)
1912/1915, represented Japan at the state funeral of
King Edward VII of Great Britain on 20th May 1910,
awarded the Supreme Order of the Chrysanthemum, Order
of the Golden Kite (2nd Class); married 6th October
1876 in Tokyo, HIH Princess Arisugawa Toshiko, born
21st May 1858, died 3rd January 1930 (#1), daughter of
Prince Arisugawa Takahito, 8th Prince Arisugawa-no-miya, and his
third wife, Lady Mori Noriko, and had issue. He died
5th February 1923 in Tokyo.
- HIH Prince Fushimi Hiroyasu (qv)
- HIH Prince Fushimi Akinori
- HIH Prince Fushimi Kuniyoshi, born 1880.
- HIH Princess Fushimi Teiko, married Marquis
- HIH Princess Fushimi Kuniko, born 18th March 1880, died 1st June 1933.
- HIH Princess Fushimi Sachiko, born 27th June 1885.
- Fleet Admiral HIH Prince Fushimi Hiroyasu, 23rd Prince Fushimi-no-miya 1923/1946, 2nd Prince Kwachō-no-miya [23.4.1883] - [16.1.1904], styled Fushimi-no-miya Hiroyasu Shinnō, born 16th October 1875 in Tokyo as Prince Narukata (changing it upon succeeding as 2nd Prince Kwachō-no-miya), educated at the Imperial Japanese Naval Academy from 5yj April 1886, but dropped out to attend the Naval Academy of the Kaiserliche Marine in Germany in September 1889, graduating on 15th August 1895; he rose through the ranks of the IJN, being promoted to Lieutenant Commander on 29th July 1903; he served in the Russo-Japanese War 1904/1905, after which he was promoted to Commander on 28th September 1906; he further studied in Great Britain from 1907 to 1910, and on his return to Japan he was promoted to Captain on 1st December 1910 and further promoted to Rear Admiral on 31st August 1913; he rose to the rank of Vice Admiral on 1st December 1916 and then to Admiral on 1st December 1922; member of the Supreme War Council from 1920, throughout the Pacific War, retiring in 1945; he was appointed Chief of the Imperial Japanese Navy General Staff on 2nd February 1932 and held the post till 9th April 1941; he was honorary president of the Imperial Life Boat Association, the Japan Seamen's Relief Association, the Cancer Research Society, the Naval Club, the Japan-German Society, and the Scientific and Chemical Research Institute; he received the largely honorary rank of Marshal Admiral on 27th May 1932; he was awarded the Collar of the Supreme Order of the Chrysanthemum (1934) and the Order of the Golden Kite, 1st class (1942); he married 9th January 1896, HIH Princess Tokugawa Tsuneko, born 23rd September 1882, died 18th August 1939 in Tokyo, 9th daughter of HIH Prince Tokugawa Yoshinobu, 15th and last Tokugawa Shogun, and had issue, four sons and three daughters. He died 16th August 1946 in Tokyo.
- Col. HIH Prince Fushimi Hiroyoshi, born 8th December 1897 in Tokyo, educated at the Imperial Japanese Naval Academy, graduating in 1920, Lieutenant Commander , 3rd Destroyer Unit Commander  in the Battle of Shanghai, 6th Destroyer Unit Commander , became the instructor of a Naval War College after the battle; married 23rd December 1919 in Tokyo, Princess Ichijō Tokiko, born 20th June 1902 in Tokyo, daughter of Prince Ichijō Saneteru (see Ichijō Family), and had issue. He died 19th October 1938 in Tokyo.
- HIH Princess Fushimi Mitsuko, born 28th July 1929 in Tokyo.
- HIH Prince Fushimi Hiroaki (qv)
- HIH Princess Fushimi Yoshiko, born 14th February 1933 in Tokyo, died 25th October 1937 in Tokyo.
- HIH Princess Fushimi Ayako, born 11th February 1934 in Tokyo.
- HIH Princess Fushimi Yasuko, born 14th November
1898, married (as his 1st wife), Marquess Asano Nagatake, 29th Head of the Asano family of Hiroshima Han. She died
- HIH Prince Fushimi Hirotada, born 26th January 1902, 3rd Prince Kwachō-no-miya 1904/1924, died sp on 19th July 1924.
- Marquis Kwacho Hironobu, born 1905, renounced his Imperial title and was created 1st Marquess Kwachō [cr.1926], married, 1926 (div. 1951), HIH Princess Kanin Hanoko, born 30th June 1909, youngest daughter of HIH Prince Kanin Kotohito, 6th Prince Kanin-no-miya, and his wife, Princess Sanjō Chieko, and had issue. He died 1970.
- Kwacho Hiromichi
- Kwacho Hirotaka
- HIH Princess Fushimi Tomoko, born 18th May 1907, married 25th January 1925 in Tokyo, HIH Prince Kuni Asaakira, born 2nd February 1901, died 3rd December 1959, and had issue (see Kuni). She died 30th June 1947.
- HIH Princess Fushimi Atsuko, born 18th May 1907,
married 1926, Count Kiyozumi [aka Kiyosu Yukiyasu]. She died 1936.
- Count Fushimi Hirohide, born 4th October 1912 in
Tokyo, he was ducated in the 62nd class of the
Imperial Japanese Navy Academy, he also served as a member of the House
of Peers in the Diet of Japan from October 1932; he renounced his
Imperial title and was allowed to establish his own household on 1st
April 1936, by order of Emperor Hirohito, and was created a Count
(Hakushaku) in the Japanese Peerage; he opted to pursue a military
career, and rose to the rank of Lieutenant Commander; he served with the
IJN 3nd Combined Communications Brigade during WWII, married 1stly,
1936, Countess Yanagisawa Tomoko (Hisako), born 29th October 1917, died
14th November 1939, younger daughter of Count Yanagisawa Yasutsugu,
married 2ndly, 1942, Countess Kuroda Sadako, born 1st June 1915, only
daughter of Baron Kuroda Nagatoshi, and had issue, four daughters. He
was killed in action on 21st August 1943, when his aircraft was shot
down over the Gulf of Boni, Sulawesi in the Dutch East Indies.
- Fushimi Motoko (by Hisako), born 11th August 1937, she married Dōmoto Taizō.
- Fushimi Kazuko (by Hisako), born 1st December 1938, she entered
holy orders and assumed the name Seikan in 1952; she became the head of
Tokujomyoin in Kyoto, and was styled Abbess Fushimi Seikan.
- Fushimi Junko (by Hisako), she died in infancy.
- Fushimi Yoshiko (by Sadako), born 7th June 1943, she married Ino
Kazuo, born 1st January 1941, who assumed the surname of Fushimi upon
marriage, eldest son of Ino Noburo.
- HIH Prince Fushimi Hiroaki, 24th Prince Fushimi-no-miya (see above)