Goto Teijo (1603-1673) was the ninth Shirobei mainline master of the Goto school. He was the first son of Goto Kenjo (1586-1663), the seventh mainline master. Because his uncle Goto Sokujo (1600-1631), the eighth mainline master, died young, Teijo succeeded to the title. He worked in his shadow and in the shadow of his father. He was patronized by the fourth Tokugawa shogun, Ietsuna (1641-1680), from whom he received an annual stipend of forty koku of rice. He also worked for the Maeda family, daimyo of Kanazawa in Kaga, as second master of the Kaga Goto school. He became a full-time retainer of Maeda Toshitsune (1593-1658) after Goto Renjo (1627-1708), the tenth mainline master, came of age.
His early work conforms to the classic Goto Shirobei tradition, but following his retirement in favor of Renjo he became more independent and conceived his own designs. His work is often overlooked and some of his early pieces are attributed to Renjo.
Goto Hojo (Mitsuoki, 1816-1856) was the sixteenth Shirobei mainline master of the Goto school.