Kikkawa, Koretari
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  • Yoshikawa (Kikkawa), Koretari — (1616 1694)    A yui itsu (Yoshida) Shinto leader of the early Edo period. Born a samurai and adopted into a merchant family, he showed no interest in business and retired to Kamakura at the age of thirty five to write poetry and study. Two years …   A Popular Dictionary of Shinto

  • Kikkawa family — The Kikkawa family (橘川氏) was a samurai clan of Japan s Sengoku period. The most famous member of the clan is likely Kikkawa Motoharu (1530 1586), one of Toyotomi Hideyoshi s generals, who was adopted into the family. Along with the Kobayakawa… …   Wikipedia

  • Clan Kikkawa — Le clan Kikkawa (橘川氏) est une famille de samuraïs de la période Sengoku installée dans l île de Kyūshū. Le membre le plus célèbre du clan est Motoharu Kikkawa, l un des généraux de Hideyoshi Toyotomi. Le clan Kikkawa (allié avec le clan… …   Wikipédia en Français

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