In Sumi nuri (Black Ink Lacquering), a concubine who is abandoned by her lover, a daimyo
(feudal lord) who leaves the capital to return to his home, expresses her sorrow by using drops of water as pretend tears.
The Tokugawaen incorporates the features of a typical Edo-period daimyo
(feudal lord's) garden, in which a stream flows over a waterfall, down through valleys, and eventually arrives at a pond symbolizing the sea.
The Hotel is built on a historically distinguished site, the Edo period estate of the Matsudaira Daimyo
of Maebashi which is famous for its ginko trees.
seeks the aid of the senior monk, a docho, in ridding the castle of the dangerous rat.
This grand project was suggested and sponsored by Tokugawa Mitsukuni (1628-1700), a member of the Tokugawa klan who held the position as a daimyo
of the Mito domain.
In Ieyasu Tokugawa's time Japan was made up of the domains of some 250 daimyo
(feudal lords) in a country largely isolated from the outside world.
The medal was found July 27 near ruins of a house occupied by Otomo Sorin (1530-1587), a Christian daimyo
or feudal lord who welcomed Christianity, and is the second of its kind to be found in Japan.
This is a combined strategy-tactical combat sim that allows you to rake almost any role, whether daimyo
, chief, or general of any one of seven Japanese clans, each modeled on real history.
The parent company is the daimyo
(the supreme power) and is the apex of a pyramid.
74) He should also ask the authorities in Seville to send several pilots to instruct Masamune's men in navigation because the daimyo
wanted to send his trading ships to Europe and the New World.
Goyoshonin were privileged merchants and traders who were regular purveyors to the Tokugawa Shogunate and the daimyo
domains, during the Tokugawa period.
Moreover, this mingling of daimyo
and shogun formed closer bonds than most feudal lords elsewhere shared with their kings.