Inaba, Masakuni
(1834-1898)
   A former daimyo and member of the Meiji government who followed Hirata, Atsutane's interpretation of kokugaku. He was influential in Shinto affairs but resigned from the government after the debacle of the 'pantheon dispute' (saijin ronso) to become the first head of Shinto honkyoku (=Shinto taikyo).

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