Matteo died of illness in Goa, but Bernardo became the first Japanese to travel to Europe to study.
Yoshinoya terminated gyudon sales at all outlets except for its first outlet, Tukiji shop, and the outlets in the facilities of racecourses and speedboat racing stadiums whose menus were not allowed to be changed under the contract.
Aizo SOMA and the members of Kinshukai were worried about Iguchi's future, and decided to establish a private school 'Kensei Gijuku' with the support of Kiyo USUI, an influential person in the village and Yasubei SOMA, Aizo's father, so that Iguchi could start his ideal education.
In 1588, he called himself Hidenobu SABURO and was appointed Jushijiju (Junior Fourth- Rank Chamberlain) after he moved to Gifu and had his genpuku at the age of 9.
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