Toyotomi, Hideyoshi
(1536-1598)
   The second of the three great unifiers of Japan, he took over from his commander Oda, Nobunaga (1534-1582) and was in turn succeeded by the first Tokugawa shogun, Ieyasu. Hideyoshi's funeral was conducted by the Yoshida school (see Yui-itsu Shinto). He is enshrined as a kami in several places including the large yatsu-mune style Kyoto hokoku jinja (hokoku 'wealth of the nation', was a name adopted by Hideyoshi), in Toyokuni jinja in Kanazawa, Kyoto and Tokyo, and in three post-Meiji shrines.

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  • Toyotomi Hideyoshi — (jap. 豊臣秀吉 Toyotomi Hideyoshi; * 17. März 1537 Nakamura (heute Stadtteil von Nagoya; † 18. September 1598 Burg Fushimi bei Kyōto (heute ein Stadtteil Kyōtos)) war ein japanischer Feldherr und Politiker, der entscheidend zur Einigung des …   Deutsch Wikipedia

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  • Toyotomi Hideyoshi — born 1536/37, Nakamura, Owari province, Japan died Sept. 18, 1598, Fushimi One of the three unifiers of premodern Japan (with Oda Nobunaga and Tokugawa Ieyasu) who brought the nation out of its Warring States period. He began life as a peasant… …   Universalium

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