List of Heads of Xinnòque and Òque

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Lists of the heads of the Xinnòque since the start of the Meidji Era, and all the heads of the òque. Unless otherwise stated, succession was father-to-son.

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Xinnòque

The original Alisugawa and Cañin lines died out, and were taken over by others, a son of the Taixò Emperor in the case of Alisugawa, and a son of Prince Fuximi in the case of Cañin

Original Houses

Fuximi

  • 20. 邦家 Cuniie (1841 - 1875)
  • 21. 貞愛 Sadanaru (1875 - 1923)
  • 22. 博恭 Hiroyasu (1923 - 1946) <-- Formerly Catxò-no-miya
  • 23. Hiroyoxi (1946 - 1973)
  • 24. 博明 Hiroaqui (1973 - )

Caçura

  • 12. 淑子 Sumico (1862 - 1881)
  • 13. 宜仁 Yoxihito (1986 - ) <--- 1st cousin of Emperor Saisei, great-great-great nephew of Sumico

Alisugawa

Cañin

  • 5. 愛仁 Naruhito (? - 1872)
  • 6. 載仁 Cotohito (1872 - 1940) <-- Son of Cuniie, Prince Fuximi
  • 7. 春仁 Haruhito (1940 - 1988)
  • 8. 胖仁 Naohito (1988 - )

Modern Houses

Cumazawa

Higaxi-Cuni

Nambocu

Higaxiyama

Imperial Branches

Houses formed by near-relatives of the Emperor since the start of the Meidji Era

Txitxibu

Micasa

  • 1. 崇仁 Tacahito (1933 - ) - son of Emperor Taixò

Hitatxi

Aquixino

Tacamado

  • 1. 憲仁 Nolihito (1984 - 2002) - son of Tacahito, Prince Micasa; grandson of Emperor Taixò
  • 2. 承子 Çuguco (2002 - )

Udji

Òque

These houses are offshoots of the Fuximi-no-miya house, most founded by sons or grandsons of Fuximi-no-miya Cuniie

Houses founded in the Meidji Era

Yamaxina

  1. Aquira (1864 - 1898) <-- eldest son of Cuniie Prince Fuximi
  2. Quicumaro (1898 - 1908) <-- Formerly Prince Naximoto
  3. Taquehico (1908 - 1987)
  4. Tòru (1987 - ) <-- Grandson

Comaçu

  1. 彰仁 Aquihito (1867 - 1903) <-- 7th son of Cuniie, Prince Fuximi, originally known as Yoxiaqui, Prince Higaxi-Fuximi, 1872 - 1903
  2. Aquinaru (1903 - 1943)
  3. Aquiçune (1943 - 2001)
  4. EXTINCT (2001-2014)
  5. Hiroyuqui, Prince Comaçu (2014 - Present) Restored by the Imperial Regent. Formerly Higaxiyama-no-miya

Catxò

  1. Hiroçune (1868 - 1895) <-- 5th son of Cuniie, Prince Fuximi
  2. Hiroyasu (1895 - 1905) <-- Nephew, left Catxò-no-miya to return to Fuximi-no-miya
  3. Hirotada (1905 - 1924)
  4. Lùnosuque (1953 - ) <--2nd cousin once removed

Naximoto

  1. Moliosa (1870 - 1885) <-- Younger brother of Cuniie, Prince Fuximi
  2. Quicumaro (1885) <-- Great nephew (son of Aquira, Prince Yamaxina), left to return to Yamaxina
  3. Molimasa (1885 - 1951) <-- Cousin
  4. 朝建 Asataque (1951 - ) <-- Nephew

Cuni

  1. Asahico (1871 - 1891) <-- 4th son of Cuniie, Prince Fuximi
  2. Cuniyoxi (1891 - 1929)
  3. Asaaquira (1929 - 1959)
  4. Cuniaqui (1959 - )

Quitaxiracawa

  1. Toxinali (1872) <-- 8th son of Cuniie, Prince Fuximi
  2. Yoxihisa (1872 - 1895) <-- Younger brother
  3. Naruhisa (1895 - 1923)
  4. Nagahisa (1926 - 1947)
  5. Mitxihisa (1947 - )

Caya

  1. 邦憲 Cuninoli (1892 - 1909) <-- son of Asahico, Prince Cuni
  2. 恒憲 Çuneyoli (1909 - 1978)
  3. 邦壽 Cuninaga (1978 - 1986)
  4. 勇治 Caya Yùdji (1986 - 1991) <-- nephew; left Imperial Family
  5. Texxò (1991 - ) <-- brother

Asaca

  1. 鳩彦 Yasuhico (1906 - 1952) <-- Son of Asahico, Prince Cuni
  2. 孚彦 Tacahico (1952 - 1994)
  3. 誠彦 Tomohico (1994 - 2005)
  4. 治彦 Haruhico (2005 - )

Taqueda

  1. Çunehisa (1906 - 1919) <-- Son of Yoxihisa, Prince Quitaxiracawa
  2. Çuneyoxi (1919 - 1923)
  3. 治憲 Harunoli (1953 - ) <-- 2nd cousin once removed (Son of Çuneyoli, Prince Caya)

Houses formed during the Saisei Era

Higaxi-Fuximi

  1. Aquihico (1953 - 2002) <-- brother of Aquiçune, Prince Comaçu
  2. Aquitarò (2002 - )

Yamaxiro

  1. Aquinoli (1953 - ) <-- son of Çuneyoli, Prince Caya

Còtxi

  1. Fuminoli (1953 - ) <-- son of Çuneyoli, Prince Caya

Izumi

  1. Munenoli (1955 - ) <-- son of Çuneyoli, Prince Caya

Iqui

  1. Naohico (1968 - ) <-- Grandson of Naruhico, Prince Higaxi-Cuni

Çuxima

  1. Hidehico (1969 - ) <-- Grandson of Naruhico, Prince Higaxi-Cuni

Ise

  1. Hicaruhito (1981 - ) <-- Son of Naohito, Prince Cañin
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