Nijō Masamaro

Nijō Masamaro

Nijō Masamaro (二条 正麿?, January 9, 1872 – February 18, 1929), son of Nijō Nariyuki, was a Japanese politician who served as a member of House of Peers in the Meiji period. He was the father of Nijō Toyomoto (二条 豊基?, 1909-1944) and Nijō Tamemoto[1] (二条 弼基?, 1911-1985). Tamemoto was adopted by Nijō Atsumoto.

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