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  1. Lady Hayakawa (早川殿, Hayakawa-Dono, died April 4, 1613) was a Japanese aristocrat of the Sengoku period. Hayakawa is a common nickname for one of Daimyō Hōjō Ujiyasu 's daughters, who lived in the Sengoku through early Edo periods.

  2. Lady Hayakawa (早川殿, Hayakawa-dono) is a common nickname for one of Ujiyasu's daughters and Ujizane Imagawa's wife. She is best known for marrying into the Imagawa clan as a condition for The Kōsōsun Triple Alliance.

  3. Enraged by his brother's betrayal, Hayakawa Tono left Sagami with Ujizane and, while on his way to Ise, encountered a storm and entered Hamamatsu. With this incident, he defected to Ieyasu.

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    Lady Hayakawa (早川殿, Hayakawa-dono) is a common nickname for one of Ujiyasu's daughters and Ujizane Imagawa's wife. She is best known for marrying into the Imagawa clan as a condition for The Kōsōsun Triple Alliance.

  5. Dame Hayakawa (o Hayakawa-dono; 早川 殿) es una mujer importante del período Sengoku en Japón. Ella es la hija del daimyō Hōjō Ujiyasu, apodado el león de Sagami. Biografía. Hija mayor de Hōjō Ujiyasu, daimyō de la provincia de Sagami en Kanto, su madre probablemente sea Zuikeii-in, hermana de Imagawa Yoshimoto.

  6. Hayakawa-dono - Ujiyasu's fifth daughter, Imagawa Ujizane's wife. Also argued to be his eldest daughter, but this has not been historically verified.

  7. Lady Hayakawa (早川殿, Hayakawa-Dono, died April 4, 1613) was a Japanese woman and aristocrat of the Sengoku period. Hayakawa is a common nickname for one of Daimyō Hōjō Ujiyasu's daughters, who lived in the Sengoku through early Edo periods.