Jun fudai daimyo (quasi fudai daimyo) (準譜代大名)

A quasi fudai daimyo refers to some tozama daimyo (outsider to the ruler) clans, who became treated as fudai daimyo clans (relative or very close to the ruler), mainly in regards to the blood relations to the ruling family of the Edo period in Japan, mainly because of their the clans' achievement over the time. This name came to be used later for convenience, so those clans were not called with this name at the time of the Edo period. The correct term is a negai fudai (a fudai clan who requested the government to be a fudai), or a daimyo that is pursuant to a fudai daimyo.

Quasi fudai clans

The Akita clan: Miharu Domain, Mutsu Province, assessed at 50,000 koku, with its castle allowed
The Arima clan: Maruoka Domain, Echizen Province, assessed at 50,000 koku, with its castle allowed
The Endo clan: Mikami Domain, Omi Province, assessed at 10,000 koku, with its jinya, official residence, allowed.
The Kato clan: Minakuchi Domain, Omi Province, assessed at 25,000 koku, with its castle allowed
The Kyogoku clan: Mineyama Domain, Tango Province, assessed at 11,000 koku, with its jinya, official residence, allowed.
The Soma clan: Soma-nakamura Domain, Mutsu Province, assessed at 60,000 koku, with its castle allowed
The Todo clan: Tsu Domain, Ise Province, assessed at 323,000 koku, with its castle allowed
The Tozawa clan: Shinjo Domain, Dewa Province, assessed at 68,000 koku, with its castle allowed
The Hori clan: Shiiya Domain, Echigo Province, assessed at 10,000 koku, with its jinya, official residence, allowed
The Wakizaka clan: Tatsuno Domain, Harima Province, assessed at 51,000 koku, with its castle allowed
The Toyama clan: Naegi Domain, Mino Province, assessed at 15,000 koku, with its castle allowed
The Katagiri clan: Koizumi Domain, Yamato Province, assessed at 11,000 koku, with its jinya, official residence, allowed
The Sengoku clan: Izushi Domain, Harima Province, assessed at 30,000 koku, with its castle allowed

The following clans can be included in some cases.

The Ikeda clan: Okayama Domain, Bizen Province with 315,000 koku and Tottori Domain, Inaba Province with 320,000 koku, with its castles allowed
The Suwa clan: Suwa (Takashima) Domain, Shinano Province, assessed at 30,000 koku, with its castle allowed
The Sanada clan: Matsushiro Domain, Shinano Province, assessed at 100,000 koku, with its castle allowed
The Yamaguchi clan: Ushiku Domain, Hitachi Province, assessed at 10,000 koku, with its jinya, official residence, allowed
The Kobori clan: Omi Komuro Domain, Omi Province, assessed at10,630 koku, with its jinya, official residence, allowed