Order of the Peach Blossom

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Order of the Peach Blossom
Peach Blossom.jpg
Mon of the Order
Awarded by the
Shogun of Tenshukyō
TypeOrder with four ranks
Awarded forService to the Shogunate
StatusCurrently awarded
SovereignShogun Devon
Statistics
First induction2018
Last induction2020
Total inductees48
Precedence
Next (higher)Order of Kanju and Manju
Next (lower)None

The Order of the Peach Blossom is an order of the Tenshukyō Shogunate and the Empire of Agber it is a part of. It was created on 2 October 2018, as the Shogunate's first order. The order was named for the peach blossom, as peach trees are found commonly in the Georgia area where the Shogunate exists. The name is utilized as a local reference to the place the cherry blossom holds in Japanese culture, as the two blossoms are very similar in appearance.

There are four classes of the order:

  • Medal which is denoted by the medallion of the order, suspended from a peach-colored drape ribbon.
  • Seal which is denoted by the wear of the seal, which is a medallion suspended from a peach-colored necklet.
  • Star and Seal which is denoted by the wear of the star of the order and the seal, which is a medallion suspended from a peach-colored necklet.
  • Grand Cordon which is denoted by the wear of the regalia of the rank of Star and Seal, accompanied by a peach-colored sash. This rank of the order is the highest honor citizens of the Shogunate can attain.

List of Grand Cordons

The rank of Grand Cordon of the order is officially awarded for "exceptional and prolonged service to the Shogunate."

This list is current, as of 17 June 2020.

Name Year Reason for appointment Notes
Tenshukyō Shogunate Flag.png Gina, 1st Daimyo of the Sadakichi Clan 2019 Exceptional and prolonged service to the Shogunate Awarded the Star and Seal of the order before being elevated to Grand Cordon in 2020

List of Stars and Seals

The Star and Seal of the order is awarded "for distinguished service to the Shogunate."

This list is current, as of 17 June 2020.

Name Year Reason for appointment Notes
Tenshukyō Shogunate Flag.png Reyna, 1st Daimyo of the Tōgō Clan 2019 Distinguished service to the Shogunate
Flag of Japan.png Suzuki Fumiko 2019 Distinguished service to the Shogunate
Tenshukyō Shogunate Flag.png Saul Yoshida 2019 Distinguished service to the Shogunate
Flag of the United States.png Henry Worthy 2020 Distinguished service to the Shogunate

List of Seals

Seal of the Order

The Seal of the order is awarded "for service to the Shogunate."

This list is current, as of 17 June 2020.

Name Year Reason for appointment Notes
Tenshukyō Shogunate Flag.png Yoshio, 1st Daimyo of the Sansei-Ryu Clan 2019 Service to the Shogunate
Enclave de Cordova.png Reina Celestina of Cordova 2019 Service to the Shogunate
Tenshukyō Shogunate Flag.png Jerry Sano 2019 Service to the Shogunate
Flag of the United States.png Lindsay Greene 2019 Service to the Shogunate
Flag of Japan.png Mori Teiko 2020 Service to the Shogunate
Principality of Kolios.png Margrave Jordan of Sulli 2020 Service to the Shogunate

Medals of the Order

Unlike all other awards for the Shogunate's orders, the medal of the order is usually conferred for personal achievement, extraneous from concerns of the Shogunate. The medal was developed for use by Shogun Devon much in the same way that the Empire's Order of Arlene I operates, as an on-the-spot form of recognition at events where the Shogun and his retinue frequent in their era garb, such as Renaissance Fairs. As of 17 June 2020, 37 medals have been awarded. As the record-keeping for this level is practically non-existent, there is no official list of recipients.