Tokugawa

Tokugawa may refer to:

  • Tokugawa clan, a powerful family of Japan
    • Tokugawa Ieyasu, the most notable member of the Tokugawa clan and founder of its shogunate
  • Tokugawa shogunate, a feudal regime of Japan
  • Tokugawa period or Edo period, an era in Japanese history
  • Tokugawa (surname)

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Shitennō (Tokugawa Clan)
... The Four Heavenly Kings of the Tokugawa (徳川四天王, Tokugawa-shitennō?) is a Japanese sobriquet describing four highly effective samurai generals who fought on behalf of Tokugawa Ieyasu in ... their lifetimes as the four most fiercely loyal vassals of the Tokugawa clan in the early Edo period ...
Sunpu Castle - History
1560, Suruga Province passed to the Takeda clan, and then to Tokugawa Ieyasu, who had spent his youth in Sunpu as Yoshimoto's hostage ... With the formation of the Tokugawa shogunate, Ieyasu turned the title of Shogun over to his son Tokugawa Hidetada, and retired to Sunpu, where he set up a shadow ... As part of the Tokugawa policy to sap potential rivals of economic strength, daimyo from around the country were called upon to rebuild Sumpu Castle in 1607 ...
Saji Kazunari - Career
... When Kazunari's support for Tokugawa Ieyasu became known, Hideyoshi took back the woman ... She later married Ieyasu's son Tokugawa Hidetada and mothered the shogun Tokugawa Iemitsu ...
Mizuho Suzuki - Roles - Television Drama
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