Nobunaga


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Nobunaga

(ˈnɒbuːˌnɑːɡə)
n
(Biography) See Oda Nobunaga
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Finalmente, sobre el tercer y ultimo punto, Cabral recuerda la politica religiosa de Oda Nobunaga, primer unificador y, al momento, el mas poderoso senor del archipielago japones, quien <<era el mayor destructor de kami y hotoke y de las sectas de Japon>>.
They were received well as Nobunaga was tolerant of Christians, unlike his successor, Hideyoshi, who was publicly tolerant but inwardly suspicious of Christians knowing that Spanish and Portuguese colonization came hand in hand with evangelization.
La etapa final de este periodo comenzo con la emergencia del primero de tres reunificadores, Oda Nobunaga (15) (1534-1582), y su ocupacion de la ciudad capital en 1568 (16).
Headquarters: Minato-ku, Tokyo; President: Nobunaga Shima) have signed a contract with Yokohama National University (Headquarters: Yokohama, Kanagawa Prefecture; President: Yuichi Hasebe) to conduct a joint study on the analysis and use of big data related to ocean shipping.
Tokugawa Ieyasu's own son was forced to commit seppuku (suicide) for failing his then lord Oda Nobunaga which partly inspired his reasons for abolishing the practice.
The feudal lord Oda Nobunaga (1534-82), for example, displayed expensive utensils at tea ceremonies to underscore his prowess.
If allowed an easy lead again, she could prove dangerous, while ex-chaser Nobunaga will be suited by this non-stayers track.
Among them was Oda Nobunaga (1534-82), who set the example for his successors by commissioning elaborate building projects and employing members of the Kano family to undertake the decoration of the castle interiors.
This is the last verse of a poem which belongs to a set of three haiku attributed to three of Japan's most powerful samurai leaders in that period: Tokugawa leyasu (1543-1616), Oda Nobunaga (1534-1582), and Toyotomi Hideyoshi (1536-1598).
Sakai was the third person to have achieved "sennichi kaihogyo" twice since 16th-century warlord Oda Nobunaga destroyed the Enryaku temple in 1571.
Venetia Williams, trainer of Nobunaga "He burst a blood vessel last time but he still ran well.