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ARISUGAWA, the name of one of the royal families of Japan,
Going back to the seventh son of the mikado Go-Yozei (d. 1638).
After the revolution of 1868, when the mikado Mutsu-hito was
restored, his uncle, Prince Taruhito Arisugawa (1835-1895),
became commander-in-chief, and in 1875 president of the senate.
After his suppression of the Satsuma rebellion he was made a
field-marshal, and he was chief of the staff in the war with China
(1894-95). His younger brother, Prince Takehito Arisugawa
(b. 1862), was from 1879 to 1882 in the British navy, serving
in the Channel Squadron, and studied at the Naval College,
Greenwich. In the Chino-Japanese War of 1894-95 he was
in command of a cruiser, and subsequently became
admiral-superintendent at Yokosuka. Prince Arisugawa represented
Japan in England together with Marquis Ito at the Diamond
Jubilee (1897), and in 1905 was again received there as the
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