Chichibu (prinsessa) (1909 - 1995) [sv]

Chichibu (prinsessa) (swedish)

Personer med anknytning till Världskulturmuseerna (Statens museer för världskultur) [sv]

Description
Prinsessan Chichibu, född 9 september 1909, död 25 augusti 1995. Hon var medlem av det japanska kungahuset. [sv]
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Name
Chichibu (prinsessa)
Swedish

Title
prinsessa

-Title
prinsessa
Swedish
Description
Prinsessan Chichibu, född 9 september 1909, död 25 augusti 1995. Hon var medlem av det japanska kungahuset.
Swedish

Wikipedia

Birth
09/09/1909

-Time
09/09/1909
Death
25/08/1995

-Time
25/08/1995
Nationality
English

Norwegian bokmål

Swedish

Biography

Setsuko, Princess Chichibu (雍仁親王妃勢津子 Yasuhito Shinnōhi Setsuko?), born Setsuko Matsudaira (松平節子 Matsudaira Setsuko?, 9 September 1909 – 25 August 1995), was a member of the Japanese Imperial Family. The Princess was the wife of Prince Chichibu, the second son of Emperor Taishō and Empress Teimei. She was, therefore, a sister-in-law of Emperor Shōwa and an aunt of the present emperor, Akihito. Early life She was born in Walton-on-Thames, England. Her father Tsuneo Matsudaira (1877–1949) was Japanese ambassador to the United States (1924) and later to Great Britain (1928), and still later, Imperial Household Minister (1936–45, 1946–47). Her mother was the former Nobuko Nabeshima. Although technically born a commoner, she was a scion of distinguished aristocratic families with close ties to the Japanese Imperial Family on both sides. Her paternal grandfather, Katamori Matsudaira, was the last daimyo of Aizu, a cadet branch of the Tokugawa dynasty. Her maternal grandfather was Marquis Naohiro Nabeshima, former daimyo of Saga. Her mother's elder sister, Itsuko (1882–1976), married Prince Morimasa Nashimoto, an uncle of Empress Kōjun. In 1925, while her father was ambassador to the United States, Setsuko was educated at the Sidwell Friends School in Washington, D.C. (1925–1928). Upon her return to Japan, Empress Teimei chose Setsuko to marry her second son, Prince Chichibu. She married the Prince after her uncle, Viscount Morio Matsudaira, formally adopted her, thus removing the status incongruity between the prince and his bride, by making Setsuko the adopted daughter of a viscount. (Wikipedia 2015)

English

Prinsessan Chichibu, född 9 september 1909, död 25 augusti 1995. Hon var medlem av det japanska kungahuset.

Swedish

Residence
Japan

-Place reference
Japan
--Place (text)
Japan
Swedish
Note
Bilder från hennes besök på Sofiero finns i Helsingborgs databas, se http://museum.helsingborg.se/web/object/400344.
Swedish

Carlotta-SMVK
2839340

-Id
2839340
-System
Carlotta-SMVK
DigitaltMuseum
021037461091
-Id
021037461091
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DigitaltMuseum