Toyotomi Hideyoshi

or _ja. 姓, clan name) Toyotomi by the emperor. His name is correctly Toyotomi no Hideyoshi. Using the writing system of his time, his name is written as 豐臣 秀吉.

The Toyotomi "uji" was simultaneously granted to a number of Hideyoshi's chosen allies, who adopted the new "uji" " _ja. 豊臣朝臣" (Toyotomi no asomi, courtier of Toyotomi).

The Catholic sources of the time referred to him as "emperor Taicosama" (from "taiko", a retired kampaku or regent, and the honorific "sama").

Portrayals

See People of the Sengoku period in popular culture.

ee also

*Toyokuni Shrine - A Shinto shrine to commemorate Hideyoshi.

Notes

References

* Berry, Mary Elizabeth. (1982). "Hideyoshi." Cambridge: Harvard University Press. ISBN 0-674-39026-1 (cloth, 1982), ISBN 0-674-39026-1 (paper, 1989) "(scholarly biography)"
* Sansom, George. (1952) "Japan, A Short Cultural History." Stanford: Stanford University Press. ISBN 0-8047-0952-1 (cloth) ISBN 0-8047-0954-8 (paper)
* Lewis, James Bryant. (2003). [http://books.google.com/books?id=0YIbNlliRswC&dq=hideyoshi+slavery&source=gbs_summary_s&cad=0 "Frontier Contact Between Choson Korea and Tokugawa Japan."] London: Routledge. 10-ISBN 0-700-71301-8
* Takeuchi, Rizō. (1985). "Nihonshi shōjiten" (A Concise Dictionary of Japanese History). Tokyo: Kadokawa shoten.
* Yoshikawa, Eiji. (2001). "Taiko." Tokyo: Kodansha. ISBN 4-7700-2609-9 "(historical fiction)"

External links

*imdb title|id=0115201 | title=Hideyoshi (1996) TV-Series
* [http://www.sengokudaimyo.com/ SengokuDaimyo.com] The website of Samurai Author and Historian Anthony J. Bryant
**Anthony J. Bryant is the author of "Sekigahara 1600: The Final Struggle for Power", Praeger Publishers, September 2005


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