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  1. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › OeyoOeyo - Wikipedia

    Genealogy. Oeyo, also known as Ogō, was the third and youngest daughter of the Sengoku-period daimyō Azai Nagamasa.Her mother, Oichi was the younger sister of Oda Nobunaga. Toyotomi Hideyoshi became the adoptive father and protector of Oeyo in the period before her marriage.. Oeyo's oldest sister, styled Yodo-dono, Cha-Cha in birth name, was a prominent concubine of Hideyoshi who gave birth ...

  2. Hace 3 días · Kotoku-no-Tsubone: Chōshō-in: 1548: January 10, 1620: Nagami Sadahide: Yuki Hideyasu of Fukui Domain: Concubine: Saigō-no-Tsubone: 1552: July 1, 1589: Tozuka Tadaharu Saigo Masakatsu's daughter: Concubine: Otake no Kata: Ryōun-in: 1555: April 7, 1637: Ichikawa Masanaga: Furi-hime (1580–1617) married Gamō Hideyuki of Aizu Domain later to ...

  3. 30 de abr. de 2024 · Abolition of the han system. After the defeat of forces loyal to the Tokugawa shogunate during the Boshin War in 1868, the new Meiji government confiscated all lands formerly under direct control of the Shogunate (tenryō) and lands controlled by daimyos who remained loyal to the Tokugawa cause. These lands accounted for approximately a quarter ...

  4. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Meiji_eraMeiji era - Wikipedia

    Hace 3 días · The Meiji era (明治時代, Meiji jidai, [meꜜː(d)ʑi] ⓘ) was an era of Japanese history that extended from October 23, 1868, to July 30, 1912. The Meiji era was the first half of the Empire of Japan, when the Japanese people moved from being an isolated feudal society at risk of colonization by Western powers to the new paradigm of a modern, industrialized nation state and emergent great ...

  5. history-maps.com › es › storyCaída de Edo

    30 de abr. de 2024 · La caída de Edo tuvo lugar en mayo y julio de 1868, cuando la capital japonesa de Edo (la moderna Tokio), controlada por el shogunato Tokugawa, cayó ante fuerzas favorables a la restauración del emperador Meiji durante la Guerra Boshin.Saigō Takamori, al frente de las fuerzas imperiales victoriosas al norte y al este a través de Japón, había ganado la batalla de Kōshū-Katsunuma en los ...

  6. history-maps.com › es › storyguerra boshin

    30 de abr. de 2024 · guerra boshin. La Guerra Boshin, a veces conocida como Revolución Japonesa o Guerra Civil Japonesa, fue una guerra civil en Japón que se libró entre 1868 y 1869 entre las fuerzas del gobernante shogunato Tokugawa y una camarilla que buscaba tomar el poder político en nombre de la Corte Imperial.La guerra surgió del descontento entre muchos ...

  7. 3 de may. de 2024 · Matsushima no Tsubone The daughter of Sado no Kami Yasuchika. Following the order of Lord Sanetomo, the Major Captain of the Right Division of Inner Palace Guards, Matsushima was betrothed to Asahina Saburō.