Ise-Kameyama Domain

Ise-Kameyama Domain

The nihongo|Ise-Kameyama Domain|伊勢亀山藩|Ise-Kameyama han was a domain of the Edo period in Japan. It was located in Ise Province and had its headquarters and Kameyama Castle, which is in the modern-day city of Kameyama, Mie Prefecture.

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