Takase 【高勢】2 The Japanese surnames etymology dictionary.
② Yamanashi-ken Fuefuki-shi Birth of the Yoshida of Hitotsubashi in Isawawa Town (Tsukanokoshi). Yamanashi-ken Fuefuki-shi In Onoji Temple in Osaka-machi, from 1558 to 1570 (Eiroku year) tell Nikaido's descendant from the name of Tsukanoshi's place name. In the same place there is also a story that the mound was referred to as Yoshimasa Shrine and it was a god of houses. 二階堂 reference. Yamanashi-ken Fuefuki-shi Misaka Town In the soba Tsukusha, from 1261 to 1264 (Hiroshi length years) tell him that he lived in the same place.
* Toukyou-to Chiyoda-ku Chiyoda was in the Edo era as the shogunate of the Edo shogunate of the government agency. The shogun shall tell from Gunma-ken Takasaki-shi Kurabuchi-cho Sannokura's Tsukagoshi. Period, location unknown. Gunma-ken Fujioka-shi It was in the Azuchi-Momoyama period in the forest. Saitama-ken Sakado-shi Tsukagoshi is a place name with a record since the Sengoku period.