Lifespan: Tenshō 2 (1574) to seventh month of Kanei 10 (1633)
Other Names: Gorōhachi (common)
Title: Junior Fifth Rank (Lower) and Governo of Ōsumi
Bakufu: Edo: Inspector → construction supervisor → guard of Edo Castle
Lord: Tokugawa Ieyasu → Tokugawa Hidetada
Father: Kusakabe Sadayoshi
Mother: Daughter of Nishimura Hisayoshi
Siblings: Muneyoshi, Sadakatsu, Masafuyu, Hayakawa Yoshikatsu, Kagehisa, sister (wife of a member of the Mamiya clan), sister (wife of Toshima Tadatsugu)
Wife: [Formal] Daughter of Naruse Masakazu
Kusakabe Muneyoshi served as a bushō from the Sengoku to early Edo periods. He was a retainer of the Tokugawa clan.
In 1574, Muneyoshi was born as the eldest son of Kusakabe Sadayoshi.
Muneyoshi followed Tokugawa Ieyasu, serving meritoriously in numerous battles. At the Siege of Ōsaka, he served as a metsuke, or inspector. Muneyoshi then served as a magistrate in the role of a construction supervisor for the renovation of various castles. Later, he was assigned to guard Edo Castle and received a stipend of 300 koku.
On 2/26 of Kanei 10 (1633), he resigned and, as income for his retirement, his lineal heir, Kusakabe Munemasa, received a stipend of 400 koku.
Muneyoshi died in the seventh month of 1633.