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Wodden Tag

Shibue Ryufuku  (1858-1896) Shibue Ryufuku, the eldest son of Banka, also known as Konei, started learning from his father at around age 7, and his talent came to be known by age 13 or 14. While teaching at Banka’s private...

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Shibue Ryufuku  (1858-1896)

Shibue Ryufuku, the eldest son of Banka, also known as Konei, started learning from his father at around age 7, and his talent came to be known by age 13 or 14. While teaching at Banka’s private...

portrait of Shibue Banko

Shibue Banko (1832-1914) Banko, who was a son of Tondan, was believed to be a warm anddelicate person compared to his older brother, Kokoku. The Sibues had been scholars for generations, and he served as an educator and ...

portrait of Shibue Banko

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Shibue Banko (1832-1914)

Banko, who was a son of Tondan, was believed to be a warm anddelicate person compared to his older brother, Kokoku. The Sibues had been scholars for generations, and he served as an educator and ...

Shibue Kokoku (1830-1881) Shibue Kokoku is the second child of Tondan. He succeeded his father at the age of16 and became the head of Shibue School. The eldest son, Koon, hadalready succeeded the Shinto Priest, and Kokoku ...

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Shibue Kokoku (1830-1881)

Shibue Kokoku is the second child of Tondan. He succeeded his father at the age of16 and became the head of Shibue School. The eldest son, Koon, hadalready succeeded the Shinto Priest, and Kokoku ...

View from Shokanji Temple

Shibue Tondan (1788-1846) Tondan is the 3rd son of Shoseki. He wasaccomplished in both the literary and military arts. Tondan helped his father, Shoseki at his private school, “Seishu-Do” with his brother. After devot...

View from Shokanji Temple

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Shibue Tondan (1788-1846)

Tondan is the 3rd son of Shoseki. He wasaccomplished in both the literary and military arts. Tondan helped his father, Shoseki at his private school, “Seishu-Do” with his brother. After devot...

Shibue Family Text

Shibue Ryuen (1778-1854 ) Ryuen is the eldest son of Shoseki. He opened his private school “Gingetsu-Tei”(Silver Moon School ). He taught many students classic Confucian writings and calligraphy and was assigned a litera...

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Shibue Ryuen (1778-1854 )

Ryuen is the eldest son of Shoseki. He opened his private school “Gingetsu-Tei”(Silver Moon School ). He taught many students classic Confucian writings and calligraphy and was assigned a litera...

Juhachi Gaijo castle site

Shibuya Shoseki (1743-1814) Shoseki took over his father’s private school and raised many talented students. As his father did, he also contributed to honoring the Kikuchi clan. One of his big achievements is that he sent a...

Juhachi Gaijo castle site

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Shibuya Shoseki (1743-1814)

Shoseki took over his father’s private school and raised many talented students. As his father did, he also contributed to honoring the Kikuchi clan. One of his big achievements is that he sent a...

Takemitsu Graveyard

Shibue Shiyo (1719-1792) Succeeding his two masters’ teaching, “Classical Study" (a Confucian teaching)) and “Honoring the Kikuchi Clan”, Shiyo built the base of education in Kikuchi. He established his private school...

Takemitsu Graveyard

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Shibue Shiyo (1719-1792)

Succeeding his two masters’ teaching, “Classical Study" (a Confucian teaching)) and “Honoring the Kikuchi Clan”, Shiyo built the base of education in Kikuchi. He established his private school...

Shrine related to Shibue Family

Record of Shibuya Family For 160 years in 7 generations, the Shibue family contributed to education in Kikuchiby running a private school. (The Shibue School) The origin of the Shibue family is believedto bethe 30th Emper...

Shrine related to Shibue Family

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Record of Shibuya Family

For 160 years in 7 generations, the Shibue family contributed to education in Kikuchiby running a private school. (The Shibue School) The origin of the Shibue family is believedto bethe 30th Emper...

monument of Kinoshita Bairi

Kinoshita Bairi (1823-1897) Young brother of Kinoshita Ison. He said, “It is hard to find a good master even searching for 2.500miles,but I am fortunate to have my brother as a great teacher” and respected him greatly. His...

monument of Kinoshita Bairi

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Kinoshita Bairi (1823-1897)

Young brother of Kinoshita Ison. He said, “It is hard to find a good master even searching for 2.500miles,but I am fortunate to have my brother as a great teacher” and respected him greatly. His...

Ison School Site

Kinoshita Ison (1805-1867) He served as a reading tutor of the feudal lord, Hosokawa Narimori, and also Yoshicika. Ison’s private school became very popular with over 900 students, and many of them played important roles b...

Ison School Site

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Kinoshita Ison (1805-1867)

He served as a reading tutor of the feudal lord, Hosokawa Narimori, and also Yoshicika. Ison’s private school became very popular with over 900 students, and many of them played important roles b...

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