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  1. Matsudaira Tadateru (松平 忠輝, February 16, 1592 – August 24, 1683) was a daimyō during the Edo period of Japan. He was the sixth son of Tokugawa Ieyasu. He was born in Edo Castle during the year of the dragon ( tatsu ), and as a child his name was Tatsuchiyo (辰千代). His mother was Lady Chaa (茶阿局, Chaa no Tsubone), a concubine of Ieyasu.

  2. El castillo de Takada (高田城, Takada-jō) fue un castillo japonés que se encontraba en Jōetsu, en la Prefectura de Niigata, Japón . Historia. Matsudaira Tadateru inició la construcción del castillo el año 1614 bajo la autoridad del shogunato Tokugawa.

  3. Tadateru Matsudaira was a Japanese feudal lord from the Azuchi-Momoyama period to the middle of the Edo period. He was the sixth son of Ieyasu TOKUGAWA. Birth circumstances. He was born as a sixth son of Ieyasu TOKUGAWA in Edo-jo Castle in February 16, 1592. His childhood name was Tatsuchiyo.

  4. Tokugawa Ieyasu (born Matsudaira Takechiyo; January 31, 1543 – June 1, 1616) was the founder and first shōgun of the Tokugawa shogunate of Japan, which ruled from 1603 until the Meiji Restoration in 1868.

  5. Lady Chaa posteriormente se convirtió en concubina de Ieyasu. También fue la madre de Matsudaira Tadateru y Matsudaira Matsuchiyo. Una cuenta citó que Lady Chaa era parte del círculo Genji del Castillo de Osaka y recibió una copia de Kenji monogatari no okori de Keifukuin. [2]

  6. 23 de feb. de 2018 · Died: 1683. Other names: 松平 忠輝 (Matsudaira Tadateru) Japanese: 徳川 忠輝 (Tokugawa Tadateru) Tokugawa Tadateru, also known as Matsudaira Tadateru, was the seventh son of Tokugawa Ieyasu. His mother was Ocha no Tsubone. Despite being only a child, he was married to the daughter of Date Masamune in 1599.

  7. Tadateru Matsudaira (16 February 1592 – 24 August 1683) was the daimyo of the Matsudaira clan and the sixth son of Shogun Ieyasu Tokugawa. Born in Edo Castle, he lived in Shimotsuke Province early in his life, and in 1603 he was given Shinano Province. He was interested in martial arts, tea, and...