Yasuda clan

In this Japanese name, the family name is Yasuda.

The Yasuda clan was a Japanese samurai kin group in the Sengoku period and Edo period.[1]


The clan was established by Oe Hiromoto.

In the Sengoku period, a branch of the Yasuda clan was made responsible for the collection of duties on the cloth trade.[2]

In modern history, the Yasuda are known as a "financial clan" because of their success in banking.[3]

Notable clan leaders

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