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All land in Rokugan was divided into provinces that were under the control of provincial governors.

Feudal System Edit

Province was an artificial division of land for the purposes of facilitating tax collection. The daimyo divided the lands of the clan's families, into smaller portions called provinces commanded by a Provincial Governor. [1]

Crab Clan Lands Edit

The lands of the Crab Clan were divided into 15 provinces.[2] This would later increase to 16 following the absorption of the Falcon Clan and the Toritaka province into the Crab.[3]

Hida provinces Edit

There were five Hida provinces;

Hiruma provinces Edit

There were three Hiruma provinces;

Kaiu provinces Edit

There were three Kaiu provinces;

Kuni provinces Edit

There were two Kuni provinces;

Toritaka provinces Edit

There was one Toritaka province;

Yasuki provinces Edit

There were two Yasuki provinces;

Crane Clan Lands Edit

The lands of the Crane Clan were divided into 16 provinces. [4]

Asahina provinces Edit

There were three Asahina provinces;

Daidoji provinces Edit

There were four Daidoji provinces;

Doji provinces Edit

There were five Doji provinces;

Kakita provinces Edit

There were four Kakita provinces;

Dragon Clan Lands Edit

The lands of the Dragon Clan were divided into 10 provinces. [5]

Kitsuki Provinces Edit

There were three Kitsuki provinces;

Mirumoto Provinces Edit

There were five Mirumoto provinces;

Tamori Provinces Edit

There were two Tamori provinces;

Togashi Provinces Edit

There was one Togashi Province;

Lion Clan Lands Edit

The lands of the Lion Clan were divided into 23 provinces. [7]

Akodo provinces Edit

There were six Akodo provinces;

On of them was formerly known as Shinboru province. [8]

Ikoma provinces Edit

There were five Ikoma provinces;

Kitsu provinces Edit

There were four Kitsu provinces;

Matsu provinces Edit

There were eight Matsu provinces;

Mantis Clan Lands Edit

The lands of the Mantis Clan were divided into 13 provinces [9] before the Fox Clan joined them.

Kitsune Provinces Edit

There was one Kitsune province;

Moshi provinces Edit

There was one Moshi province;

Tsuruchi provinces Edit

There were five Tsuruchi provinces;

Yoritomo provinces Edit

There were seven Yoritomo provinces;

Phoenix Clan Lands Edit

The lands of the Phoenix Clan were divided into 19 provinces. [10]

Agasha provinces Edit

There were four Agasha provinces;

Asako provinces Edit

There were four Asako provinces;

Isawa provinces Edit

There were six Isawa provinces;

Shiba provinces Edit

There were five Shiba provinces;

Scorpion Clan Lands Edit

The lands of the Scorpion Clan were divided into 12 provinces. [11]

Bayushi provinces Edit

There were four Bayushi provinces;

Shosuro provinces Edit

There were three Shosuro provinces;

Soshi provinces Edit

There were three Soshi provinces;

Yogo provinces Edit

There were two Yogo provinces;

Unicorn Clan Lands Edit

The lands of the Unicorn Clan were divided into 18 provinces. [12]

Horiuchi provinces Edit

There was one Horiuchi province;

Ide provinces Edit

There were two Ide provinces;

Currently disappeared provinces of the Ide:

Iuchi provinces Edit

There were two Iuchi provinces;

Moto provinces Edit

There were four Moto provinces;

Shinjo provinces Edit

There were four Shinjo provinces;

Utaku provinces Edit

There were five Utaku provinces;

Imperial provinces Edit

It was recorded a province of the Seppun

References

  1. Way of the Daimyo, p. 22
  2. Secrets of the Crab page 96
  3. Legend of the Five Rings; Third Edition, p. 16
  4. Secrets of the Crane, p. 96
  5. Secrets of the Dragon, p. 96
  6. Spirit Wars rulebook
  7. Secrets of the Lion, p. 95
  8. Unexpected Allies, p. 4
  9. Secrets of the Mantis, p. 96
  10. Secrets of the Phoenix, p. 96
  11. Secrets of the Scorpion, p. 96
  12. Secrets of the Unicorn, p. 96

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