Shigenari

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Kimura Shigenari
... Kimura Shigenari (木村 重成?, 1593 - June 2, 1615) was a Japanese samurai of the early Edo period ... A retainer of the Toyotomi clan, Shigenari fought at the Siege of Osaka (leading Toyotomi forces at the Battle of Imafuku) and died in battle ... Kimura Shigenari was a son of Kimura Hitachinosuke, one of the chief counselors of Toyotomi Hidetsugu, but much of his origin remains uncertain ...
Siege Of Osaka - Summer Campaign
... battle took place at Wakae around the same time, between Kimura Shigenari and Ii Naotaka ... Chōsokabe's forces achieved victory, but Kimura Shigenari was deflected by the left wing of Ii Naotaka's army ... The main Tokugawa forces moved to assist Todo Takatora after Shigenari's death, and Chōsokabe withdrew for the time being ...
Ishida Shigenari
... Ishida Shigenari (石田 重成?, 1589 - 1641?) was a Japanese samurai of the early Edo era ... The son of Ishida Mitsunari, Shigenari served as a retainer of the Tsugaru clan of Hirosaki ... Persondata Name Ishida Shigenari Alternative names Short description Samurai Date of birth 1589 Place of birth Date of death Place of death ...
Kawachi Province - Kawachi Figures
... Kimura Shigenari – A young talent of the Toyotomi side in opposition to the bakufu ... A peasant of Takaida in Kawachi Province who served Shigenari, he died in action at the Battle of Wakae ... Yamaguchi Hirosada – Son of Yamaguchi Munenaga a subordinate commander for Shigenari, and husband of Shigenari's younger sister the vanguard at the Battle of Wakae, where he died in the intense fighting ...
Furuta Shigenari
... Furuta Shigenari (古田 重然?, 1544 - July 6, 1615), more familiarly known in Japanese cultural history as Furuta Oribe (古田 織部?), was a warrior and celebrated master of ... During the year 1600, Shigenari received a 10,000-koku income ... During the Osaka Campaign of 1615, Shigenari was forced to plot in Kyoto against the Tokugawa and the Emperor, on the behalf of the defenders of Osaka ...