The Morito family was the leading family of the Ox Clan. They were named for Morito, the Ox Clan Champion at the time. [1]

History Edit

In 1166, after formally creating the Toku family, Emperor Toturi III realized only the Ox lacked a formally recognized family name. The Emperor granted them the Morito family name as well. All existing Ox samurai were retroactively granted the name through a large-scale oath of fealty conducted simultaneously at different locations throughout the clan's lands. [1]

Morito Daimyo Edit

Since the founding of the family the daimyo of the Morito family had been the Ox Clan Champion. [1]

See also Edit


  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 Fealty and Freedom, p. 76

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