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Ashina Moriuji (芦名 盛氏?, 1521 – July 28, 1580) was a Japanese daimyo of the Azuchi-Momoyama period. He ruled Kurokawa Castle (later known as Aizuwakamatsu Castle) and its environs. He was also responsible for building Mukaihaguroyama Castle, which he used as a residence when in retirement. The castle was completed in 1561.[1]

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  1. Edmond Papinot. Historical and Geographical Dictionary of Japan, p. 547

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