Prince Kaya Tsunenori

Prince Kaya Tsunenori (賀陽宮恒憲王, Kaya no miya Tsunenori ō?, July 23, 1900 – January 2, 1978), was the second head of the Kaya-no-miya collateral branch of the Japanese imperial family. He was first cousin to Empress Kōjun (Nagako), the wife of Emperor Shōwa (Hirohito).

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