Kusunoki, Masashige
(1294-1336)
   Otherwise known as dai-nanko. An adviser and supporter of emperor Go-daigo, he was one of the heroes who achieved a temporary 'restoration' of the emperor Kemmu against the Ashikaga shogunate.

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  • Kusunoki Masashige — Masashige Kusunoki Statue équestre de Masashige Kusunoki, à l extérieur du palais impérial de Tōkyō. Masashige Kusunoki (楠木 正成, 1294? 1336) est un chef militaire de l époque Nanboku chō. Samouraï de modeste extraction, il a combattu pour le… …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Kusunoki Masashige — In this Japanese name, the family name is Kusunoki . Statue of Kusunoki Masashige outside Tokyo s Imperial Palace …   Wikipedia

  • Kusunoki Masashige — Statue von Kusonoki Masahige nahe dem Kaiserpalast in Tokio …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Kusunoki Masashige — Este artículo está titulado de acuerdo a la onomástica japonesa, en que el apellido precede al nombre. Estatua de Kusunoki Masashige en el exterior del Palacio Imperial de Tokio . Kusunoki Masashige (楠木 正成 …   Wikipedia Español

  • Kusunoki Masashige — ▪ Japanese warrior born 1294?, Japan died July 4, 1336, Minato gawa, Settsu province, Japan       one of the greatest military strategists in Japanese history. Kusunoki s unselfish devotion and loyalty to the emperor have made him a legendary… …   Universalium

  • Kusunoki Masatsura — Kusunoki Masatsura, the son of Kusunoki Masashige continues his father s struggle against the Ashikaga forces. This print shows the final stage of the battle of Shijonawate in 1348. In this Japanese name, the family name is Kusunoki . Kusunoki… …   Wikipedia

  • Kusunoki Masanori — (楠木正則)(d. 1390) was a samurai who fought for the Southern Court in Japan s Nanboku cho Wars, and is famed for his skills as a leader and military strategist, though he later sought a diplomatic solution and was regarded a traitor by many of his… …   Wikipedia

  • Masashige Kusunoki — Statue équestre de Masashige Kusunoki, à l extérieur du palais impérial de Tōkyō. Masashige Kusunoki (楠木 正成, 1294? 1336) est un chef militaire de l époque Nanboku chō. Samouraï de modeste extraction, il a combattu pour le compte de l empereur Go… …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Masashige Kusunoki — Statue von Kusonoki Masahige nahe dem Kaiserpalast in Tokio Kusunoki Masashige (jap. 楠木 正成; * 1294 in Akasaka, Provinz Kawachi (heute: Chihaya Akasaka, Präfektur Ōsaka); † 5. Juli 1336 am …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Kusunoki Masaie — In this Japanese name, the family name is Kusunoki . Kusunoki Masaie (楠木 正家?, died 1348) was a samurai leader of Japan s Nanboku chō period who fought for Emperor Go Daigo against the Kamakura shogunate. Masaie took command of the Kusunoki family …   Wikipedia

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