Hideyoshi Toyotomi


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Hideyoshi Toyotomi

(ˌhiːdɛˈjɔːʃɪ ˌtɔːjɔːˈtɔːmɪ)
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(Biography) 1536–98, Japanese military dictator (1582–98). He unified all Japan (1590)
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Desde 1467, la isla de Kyushu fue foco de enfrentamientos entre diversos clanes, como Shimazu, Otomo, Mori, Omura, Ryuzoji, hasta la sumision al poder central establecido por Hideyoshi Toyotomi en 1587.
The castle, founded in 1583 by samurai warrior Hideyoshi Toyotomi, has been rebuilt over centuries with its latest full restoration in 1997, the report added.
The unifier of Japan, Hideyoshi Toyotomi, launched major invasions of Korea in 1592 and 1597.
Western music was introduced to Japan when Francisco de Xavier (1506-1552), a Jesuit missionary, arrived there in 1549 and asked leaders of the time, including Yoshitaka Ouchi (1507-51), Yoshishige Otomo (1530-87), Nobunaga Oda (1534-82) and Hideyoshi Toyotomi (1536-98), to support Christianity.