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The Samurai Heroes – ページ 8 – Samurai World

Ii Naomasa

Ii Naomasa  (March 4, 1560-March 24, 1602) Along with the generals Honda Tadakatsu, Sakakibara Yasumasa, and Sakai Tadatsugu, Ii Naomasa was regarded as one of the Four Guardians of the Tokugawa clan. Naomasa was born in Hoda Village in Totomi Province (modern-day western Shizuoka Prefecture). His family served Imagawa Yoshimoto for many years until [...]

By | 2018-05-26T18:53:16+09:00 11月 29th, 2017|g-m, The Samurai Heroes|0 Comments

Ashikaga Yoshiaki

Ashikaga Yoshiaki, 15th Ashikaga Shogun (December 5, 1537 – October 19, 1597) Ashikaga Yoshiaki Ashikaga Yoshiaki, the 15th and final Shogun of the Ashikaga clan was born to the 12th Shogun, Ashikaga Yoshiharu in 1537. His father was forced to retire due to a power struggle between his Regent, [...]

By | 2018-05-22T12:17:09+09:00 11月 29th, 2017|a-f, The Samurai Heroes|0 Comments

Minamoto no Sanetomo

Minamoto no Sanetomo, the 3rd Kamakura Shogun (September 17, 1192 - assassinated February 13, 1219)   Minamoto no Sanetomo was the younger brother of the 2nd Kamakura Shogun, Yoriie, who's power had been usurped by his maternal grandfather and later assassinated, leading to Sanetomo's investment as Shogun. Minamoto no Sanetomo [...]

By | 2017-11-29T13:40:17+09:00 11月 29th, 2017|g-m, The Samurai Heroes|0 Comments

Minamoto no Yoritomo

Minamoto no Yoritomo, The first Kamakura Shogun (May 9, 1147 - February 9, 1199) Minamoto no Yoritomo’s paternal grandfather, Minamoto no Tameyoshi was head of the noble Minamoto clan, while his maternal grandfather, a member of the illustrious Fujiwara clan, was the chief priest at Atsuta Shrine, Japan’s second most venerated [...]

By | 2018-05-13T12:29:55+09:00 11月 29th, 2017|g-m, The Samurai Heroes|0 Comments

Ota Gyuichi

Ota Gyuichi (1527 – 1614) Most samurai made the history books for their martial valor, their deeds and feats. Ota Gyuichi made the history books, literally. Born in 1527 in Ajiki village of Kasugai, modern-day Kita Ku, Nagoya City, Ota Gyuichi, also known as Ota Matasuke Nobusada, was raised in the [...]

By | 2017-11-28T18:09:20+09:00 11月 28th, 2017|n-t, The Samurai Heroes|0 Comments

Minamoto no Yoshitomo

Minamoto no Yoshitomo (1123 - February 11, 1160)   General Minamono no Yoshitomo was the head of the Minamoto clan during the Heian Period, and father of Minamoto no Yoritomo, founder of the Kanmakura Shogunate. In the sleepy region of Mihama Cho on the Chita Peninsula some 35 kilometers south of Nagoya City, 
stands a [...]

By | 2017-11-29T13:36:11+09:00 11月 28th, 2017|g-m, The Samurai Heroes|0 Comments

Kuki Yoshitaka

Kuki Yoshitaka, Samurai Of The Sea (1542 - November 17, 1600)   Kuki Yoshitaka was born in Shima, on the coast of southern Mie Prefecture in 1542. Yoshitaka’s family had been master of two castles. He was nine when his father died, and his family fell on hard times, losing [...]

By | 2018-07-16T19:03:38+09:00 11月 28th, 2017|g-m, The Samurai Heroes|0 Comments

Ashikaga Takauji

Ashikaga Takauji (August 18, 1305 - June 7, 1358) Ashikaga Tadauji, the first of the Ashikaga Shogun, and one of history’s leading samurai commanders, was said to have been exceedingly brave and in total control of himself in battle, completely unafraid of death, merciful and tolerant towards his enemies and opponents, kind and generous [...]

By | 2017-11-28T16:53:06+09:00 11月 28th, 2017|a-f, The Samurai Heroes|0 Comments

Ashikaga Yoshimitsu

Ashikaga Yoshimitsu, the Third Ashikaga Shogun (September 25, 1358 - May 31, 1408)   Ashikaga Yoshimitsu, the Third Ashikaga Shogun, architect of the Golden Pavilion, and whose villa location became the namesake of the Muromachi Period, was born September 25, 1358. Ashikaga Yoshimitsu Ashikaga Yoshimitsu’s father, [...]

By | 2017-12-14T15:55:26+09:00 11月 28th, 2017|a-f, The Samurai Heroes|0 Comments

Ashikaga Yoshimasa

Ashikaga Yoshimasa, the 8th Ashikaga Shogun. (January 20, 1463 – January 27, 1490) Ashikaga Yoshimasa was the son of the 6th Shogun, Ashikaga Yoshinori. His elder brother, the 7th Shogun, Yoshikatsu, had died following a horsing accident aged 10 in August of 1443, and so Yoshimasa was invested as Shogun at the age of [...]

By | 2018-05-11T17:19:41+09:00 11月 28th, 2017|a-f, The Samurai Heroes|0 Comments