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ŌKUBO Jiemon

ŌKUBO Jiemon Toshiyo was a samurai who served Satsuma domain and a father of Ōkubo Shōsuke, later Toshimichi.

He was born in 1794 and became the head of the Ōkubo family in 1821. He left Satsuma for his post in Okinoerabujima Island two times and had two daughters between a local woman called Fudē. After returning to Satsuma, he was involved in O-Yura sodo in 1849 and was exiled to Kikaishima Island. He was pardoned in July 1854 and went back to his house.

He is said to have been a fat and fair-skinned man and left his children alone but told his son not to act despicably. And later he made his daughters born between Fudē marry suitable men. He died in 1863 at the age of seventy.

In this series, he is described as a mild-mannered and brilliant man who expects from Shōsuke. Before being exiled to Kikaishima Island, he has a sumo match with him and promises him to meet again.

The image shows Mitsuru Hirata as Okubo Jiemon
(From the official website of "Segodon")


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