Ietsuna

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Tokugawa Tsunayoshi - Disputed Succession (1680)
... In 1680, Shogun Ietsuna died at the premature age of 39. 1680 (Enpō 8, 8th day of the 5th month) Shogun Ietsuna's death leads to the accession of Tsunayoshi as head of the shogunate ... Sakai Tadakiyo, one of Ietsuna's most favored advisors, suggested that the succession not pass to someone of the Tokugawa line, but rather to the blood royal, favoring one of the sons of ...
Tokugawa Tsunayoshi - Early Years (1646-1680)
... five years old, who would become the next shogun after Iemitsu's death, Tokugawa Ietsuna ... with Tsunayoshi in his young years, and while his older brother Ietsuna began to rely on regents for much of his reign, Tsunayoshi did exactly the ... His older brother, Tokugawa Ietsuna, became shogun ...
Tokugawa Ietsuna - Bakufu Power Struggle (1663-1671)
... In 1663, the regency for Shogun Ietsuna ended, but the regents still held power for him, the first time that the power behind the bakufu was not a former shogun ... Ietsuna's chief advisors were now Hoshina Masayuki, Ietsuna's uncle (whom he had deep regard for) Itakura Shigenori, Tsuchiya Kazunao, Kuze Hiroyuki, and ... Even though Ietsuna was now ruling in his own right, these former regents now became his official advisors, and in some cases, acted for him ...
Tokugawa Ietsuna - Shogunal Regency (1651-1663)
... Ietsuna, the heir, was only ten years old ... Nonetheless, despite his age, Minamoto no Ietsuna became shogun in Kei'an 4 (1651) ... Until he came of age, five regents were to rule in his place but Shogun Ietsuna nevertheless assumed a role as formal head of the bakufu bureaucracy ...
Tokugawa Ietsuna - Shogun Ietsuna (1671-1680)
... of the Date, very few disturbances occurred for the remainder of Ietsuna's reign, except some defiant daimyo ... In 1679, Shogun Ietsuna fell ill ... of the Tokugawa blood preferred the son of Shogun Iemitsu and Shogun Ietsuna's younger brother, Tokugawa Tsunayoshi, to become shogun ...