Ieyasu


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Ieyasu

(ˌiːjɛˈjɑːsuː)
n
(Biography) a variant spelling of (Tokugawa) Iyeyasu
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Like us, the Japanese were also a divided people until the 16th century, when Tokugawa Ieyasu united the warring clans.
En 1603 Tokugawa Ieyasu fundo el shogunato Tokugawa y establecio la sede del poder politico del Japon unificado en Edo, actual Tokio.
They are also proud of three historic heroes - Oda Nobunaga, Toyotomi Hideyoshi and Tokugawa Ieyasu - feudal lords from the Nagoya area in the 16th century who were successful in reuniting a country that was divided at that time into many local fiefs ruled by hundreds of feudal lords.
It was built in 1603 as the Kyoto residence of Tokugawa Ieyasu, the first shogun of the Edo Period (1603-1867).
He presented continuity of power and legitimacy by becoming guardian to the heir while the opponent to established power, Ieyasu represented charisma and competence.
Don Rodrigo spent nine months traveling around Japan as an honored guest and was later received by Tokugawa Ieyasu with whom he discussed the expansion of trade between Japan and Mexico, the mapping of Japanese coasts for use by the Manila Galleons, the expulsion of Dutch traders, and of course the permission to spread Christianity in Japan following the martyrdom of 26 Christians in 1597 led by Franciscan missionaries (four Spanish, one Mexican and an Indian were among those crucified and speared to death in Nagasaki).
In the early 17th century, when shogun Tokugawa Ieyasu's military government rose to power and enforced a strict hierarchical class system, Kyoto was the country's seat of power.
During the Edo period (1603-1868) in Japan, a time when Tokugawa Ieyasu and his descendants ruled, economic growth gave rise to a more literate, sophisticated, and affluent culture, hungry for the trappings of luxury, including extravagant art.
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.
O processo de unificacao do pais foi permeado por conflitos militares e teve como protagonistas, sucessivamente, tres senhores feudais (daimyos) Oda Nobunaga, Toyotomi Hideyoshi e Tokugawa Ieyasu. No entanto, foi Tokugawa Ieyasu que efetivamente unificou o Japao, consolidando seu poder ao ganhar a batalha de Sekigahara contra os herdeiros de Hideyoshi em 1600 (PALACIOS, 2008).
As mentioned earlier, the second DLC features warrior Sanada Yukimura, who will be revealed later on to be "the greatest warrior of all Japan." Based on his backstory, Sanada is servingTokugawa Ieyasu's archenemy, the Toyotomi clan.
(82) La escalada de medidas del cerramiento o sakoku (literalmente, "pais encadenado") comenzo durante el gobierno de Tokugawa Ieyasu (1543-1616).