Ieyasu


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Ieyasu

(ˌiːjɛˈjɑːsuː)
n
(Biography) a variant spelling of (Tokugawa) Iyeyasu
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After 10 months of prison life and an unaccountable number of court attendings and listening to the same dumb questions by the prosecutors again and again, she has long since decided to abandon the world and sunk herself into her own imaginary world, starting to read the novel "Great Ambition" or "Tokugawa Ieyasu," among others, written by a Japanese author who had spent 17 years to complete the 26 volumes.
82) La escalada de medidas del cerramiento o sakoku (literalmente, "pais encadenado") comenzo durante el gobierno de Tokugawa Ieyasu (1543-1616).
Takayama served under three shoguns: Nobunaga, Hideyoshi (Taikosama) and Ieyasu (Tokugawa).
Finalmente, el tercer unificador, Tokugawa Ieyasu (1542-1616), prohibio la religion europea e inicio una violenta persecucion contra todo cristiano desde 1614 (18).
He also participated in the battle of Sekigahara (1600), a gruelling three day battle, seeing Tokugawa Ieyasu finally achieve victory and control of Japan, during which seventy thousand people were killed.
Tokugawa Ieyasu was known for his use of shinobi against his own forces.
In his reply to Ieyasu, Nobunaga would have said: "nakanunara koroshite shimae hototogisu" ("He does not want to sing?
History's well-loved rulers--King David, Ashoka, Wen of Han, Marcus Aurelius, Ieyasu Tokugawa, Catherine the Great, Mustafa Kemal Ataturk, Lee Kuan Yew--all reigned over periods of relative peace and prosperity.
of Maryland, Baltimore County) covers aspects of life in this seminal period from before when warring Japanese states were unified under Tokugawa Ieyasu to just prior to the opening of Japan to the West.
Anjin: The Shogun and the English Samurai" is a drama about Adams' friendship with Japan's first Shogun, Tokugawa Ieyasu.
More specifically, Christians accessed wealth and weapons from overseas and attempted to form an alliance of Christian daimyd making the rulers, such as Toyotomi Hideyoshi and Tokugawa Ieyasu, feel threatened.