Sado

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Matsui Okinaga
... Okinaga (松井 興長?, 1582 - July 24, 1661) also known as Nagaoka Sado (長岡 佐渡?) was a Japanese samurai who served the Hosokawa clan ... It was Nagaoka Sado himself who had protected Miyamoto Musashi as for him to be able to duel against the famous Sasaki Kojiro in 1612 ... At one time on the battlefield during the year of 1638, Musashi had met Sado ...
Mikhail Sado
... Mikhail Yukhanovich Sado (Russian Михаил Юханович Садо, Syriac ܡܝܟ݂ܐܝܠ ܒܝܬ ܣܗܕܐ Mixael bit Sahda), (June 9, 1934 – August 30, 2010 ) was an Assyrian Russian linguist ... Mikhail Sado was born on June 9, 1934 in Leningrad ... Sado was one of four principal leaders who established the Russian Social Christian Union for the Liberation of Peoples ...
Miage-nyūdō
... Miage-nyūdō is a type of yōkai told about on Sado Island (Sado, Niigata Prefecture) ... In Hamochi, Sado District (now a part of Sado, it is said that the miage-nyūdō that appears at a place called Tsujidō would steal food and money from travelers ... In Utami, Ryōtsu (now a part of Sado), it is said that they are in places where trees grow thickly and is dim even at noon, and that a large stone called the "miage-ishi (look up stone)" has ...
Sado, Niigata - Today - Tourism - Sights
... Sado has a large variety of sights to offer ... The Art and Natural History Museum of Sado is on the west coast between Sawata and Mano ... Originally, the inhabitants of Sado lived in pile houses ...
Sado Bugyō
... Sado bugyō (佐渡奉行?) were officials of the Tokugawa shogunate ... for administration of the mining operations at Sado ... Sado island is the sixth largest in the Japanese archipelago ...