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  1. In 1589 Kuninori INOMATA, a vassal of Go-hojo clan, captured Nagurumi Castle in Kouzuke province, which Shigenori SUZUKI, a vassal of Masayuki SANADA, protected; with this incident as a start, Hideyoshi set off to Kanto region and surrounded Odawara Castle, a headquarter of Go-Hojo clan.
  2. In 1589 Kyoto's or Japan's largest brothel named Nijo Yanagimachi was located around the intersection with Nijo-dori Street.
  3. In 1589 Yugan's wife Myoyu and son Yusei were given Shuinjo(Shogunate license to trade)for land tax free by Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI for the restoration.
  4. In 1589 after Tamekiyo died, his son Tametora MISAWA was placed under confinement through a plot of Terumoto MORI.
  5. In 1589, Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI started a yukaku, "Yanagimachi," in Yanaginobanba Nijo, and the first Tokuemon launched the Sumiya business.
  6. In 1589, Masamune designated himself as Aizu shugo (provincial constable) and won a fatal battle against the Ashina clan, a ruler of the southern Oshu region, which made the Date clan to achieve the largest territory in its history.
  7. In 1589, Masamune fought against the allied forces of Yoshihiro ASHINA and Satake clan from Aizu region in order to gain supremacy in Tohoku region.
  8. In 1589, TAKAHASHI Tanba no Kami (TAKAHASHI, the governor of the Tanba province) presented whale meat to Ujimasa HOJO and to Ujinori HOJO.
  9. In 1589, Yoshihiro ASHINA was soundly defeated in the Battle of Sekigahara by Masamune DATA, who strived to unify the Oshu region, and fled to Hitachi Province, bringing an end to the Ashina clan.
  10. In 1589, Yoshitaka transferred the headship of the family to his heir Nagamasa KURODA and went into retirement thereafter referring himself to as Josuiken (hereinafter Yoshitaka will be referred to as Josui).
  11. In 1589, he and Mitsunari ISHIDA made an inspection tour of Mino.
  12. In 1589, he became Gon no Sojo (a priest at provisional rank in the highest managerial position.)
  13. In 1589, he celebrated his coming of age and was appointed to the Konoefu (Inner Palace Guards) in 1598.
  14. In 1589, he took over as head of the family when his father retired, and at the same time he was conferred as Jugoi (Junior Fifth Rank) and Kai no kami (Governor of Kai Province).
  15. In 1589, he was commissioned to make a wall painting for Emperor Goyozei's Imperial palace, then in 1590, drew a wall painting of Katsuranomiya.
  16. In 1589, his biological child Tsurumatsu was born, and Hideyoshi had decided Tsurumatsu to be his successor, however, soon after Hideyoshi achieved the unification of the whole country in 1590, Hidenaga and Tsurumatsu died successively in 1591.
  17. In 1589, under Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI's rule, Sanesue AKITA, a descendant of the Ando clan, was termed Akita Jonosuke, and in addition the surname of his family was changed to AKITA (the Akita surname comes from Akita Jonosuke).
  18. In 1589, when the Sukagawa-jo Castle fell, he escaped to Moriya Village, and became an ascetic Buddhist monk in the Shogo-in Temple.
  19. In 1590 Ujisato GAMO who had shifted his territory to Ise Matsugashima moved to Aizu.
  20. In 1590 Yasushige was given 5,000 koku in Ishito, Adachi County, in Musashi Province, in 1599 Yashushige's third son Nobushige MAKINO (Lord of the Sekiyado domain) inherited his father's property, and since 1606 Nobushige had worked as Grand Head, Head of page office, Head of a military patrol, etc.
  21. In 1590 after Nobukatsu was dismissed, as an otogishu to Hideyoshi he received 2000 koku in Mashita, in the Shimashimo District of Settsu Province (present day Settsu City, Osaka Prefecture).
  22. In 1590 he also joined the Siege of Odawara.
  23. In 1590 he became a vassal of the Toyotomi administration and gave up the title of Oshu tandai.
  24. In 1590 he moved to the construction of Uenoyama-jo Castle and, received the 19,000 koku Tanabe area in Kii Province.
  25. In 1590 he took part in the Siege of Odawara together with his father Hidemasa, and succeeded to his father as the head of the family due to his father's death in the camp during the battle.
  26. In 1590 when his castle was besieged by the army of Toyotomi, which was then in the course of the suppression of Kanto, he committed suicide and the clan extinguished.
  27. In 1590, Akimitsu, the twenty-sixth head of the family, postponed sending the reinforcements to the Invasion of Odawara headed by Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI, as he was afraid of Masamune DATE who did not participate in the invasion.
  28. In 1590, Hidetada had a wedding ceremony to marry Ohime (Shunshoin), an adopted daughter of Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI and a daughter of Nobukatsu ODA, however, the marriage was broken off because Nobukatsu was deprived of his status as a result of his quarrel with Hideyoshi.
  29. In 1590, Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI built roads between north-south streets, making the vacant lots into new 'machi.'
  30. In 1590, Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI defeated the Go-Hojo clan in the Odawara no Eki (the Siege of Odawara).
  31. In 1590, Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI ruled the Hojo clan of Kanto region and rearranged the positions of feudal lords greatly.
  32. In 1590, Ienori was killed in the offensive and defensive battle at Hachioji-jo Castle during the conquest and siege of Odawara, but after the war, Nobuyoshi and his older brother Terumori were employed by Ieyasu TOKUGAWA, and Nobuyoshi served at the post of a page (1,500 koku [of rice; 1 koku is approx. 180.39 liters]).
  33. In 1590, Ieyasu TOKUGAWA was transferred to a new domain in the Kanto Region, and Hidekatsu TOYOTOMI took over Kai, whereupon various other warlords came and went in a short period of time.
  34. In 1590, Nagatoshi joined the army in the Siege of Odawara and Oshu-shioki (repression of the Oshu District), in which he played a great role in negotiation and other activities.
  35. In 1590, after the Siege of Odawara, when Hideyoshi came to Koga for Oshu Shioki (approach to punish the powerful warriors in the area of Oshu, to prevent them from strengthening their power), Oshima's husband, Korehisa fled, leaving her alone.
  36. In 1590, after whole country was conquered by Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI, Ieyasu was ordered by Hideyoshi to move to Kanto and Ieyasu took Edo in Musashi for his base.
  37. In 1590, gaining a legitimate reason, Kagetora led his forces to Kanto.
  38. In 1590, he also participated in the conquest and siege of Odawara, participated in the Bunroku War in 1592, and took a ship to attack Jinju Castle.
  39. In 1590, he fought in the Siege of Odawara lead by Hideyoshi.
  40. In 1590, he joined the conquest and siege of Odawara and was ordered to serve as a general of defence of the left side.
  41. In 1590, he kept to Nirayama-jo Castle after the outbreak of the Siege of Odawara, and resisted for nearly three months with the military power of about 3600 soldiers.
  42. In 1590, he moved to Kiyosu-jo Castle in Owari Province.
  43. In 1590, he participated in the Battle of Odawara, and attacked Yamanaka-jo Castle.
  44. In 1590, he received Kameyama Province of 22000 koku (crop yields.)
  45. In 1590, he served Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI who was trying to establish himself as ruler of the country after the conquest and siege of Odawara, was approved of the main domain, lived in Yamagata-jo Castle and had a fief of 240,000 koku.
  46. In 1590, his lord Ieyasu TOKUGAWA was transferred to Edo after the conquest and siege of Odawara.
  47. In 1590, in the Siege of Odawara, he participated in the army attacking Shinobu-jo Castle headed by commander in chief Mitsunari ISHIDA.
  48. In 1590, it was allowed to go back to the mountain.
  49. In 1590, she moved to a hut in Goshomizu, Hachioji (present Dai-machi, Hachioji City).
  50. In 1590, the seashore in what is now Fujisawa City and Chigasaki City became a shogunal demesne, and Fujisawa-shuku Station was administered by a local governor.
  51. In 1590, the temple merged with Saikyo-ji Temple in Sakamoto, Omi Province (present day Otsu City) - also part of the Enkan school by the imperial order.
  52. In 1590, when Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI suspected lord Masamune of rebellion, Tsunamoto traveled to Kyoto in his defense.
  53. In 1590, when Ieyasu TOKUGAWA started to rule the Kanto region, Chikamasa was granted the land Mitsukura (or Mikura) in Gunma district, Kozuke Province, capable of producing 5,500 koku of rice (1 koku weighs about 150kg), and became independent of the head house.
  54. In 1590, when Ieyasu TOKUGAWA was transferred to the Kanto region, Nagamori was allowed to rule the Shimosa-Yamazaki Domain with an estimated rice yield of 12,000 koku as a reward for his distinguished services as a warrior.
  55. In 1590, when Nichigo of Konishi, Kazusa Province (present Shirasato-machi, Oami, Chiba Prefecture) founded Konishi danrin (school of Buddhism) in Shobo-ji Temple, Nichiyu was invited to become a founder of the danrin.
  56. In 1590, when Valignano revisited Japan with the recently returned Tensho Ken-o Shisetsu (the Tensho Embassy to Europe), Frois accompanied him in order to meet Hideyoshi at Jurakudai.
  57. In 1590, when the Siege of Odawara occurred, Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI and his army, surrounding Odawara-jo Castle, ordered other clans in Kanto and Tohoku to join the battle.
  58. In 1591 Hideyoshi ceded Kanpaku position and family estate to his nephew Hidetsugu TOYOTOMI, and became to be called Taiko (honorific title of former Kanpaku).
  59. In 1591 came another donation of land for a temple from Hideyoshi; 御影堂 and Amida-do of Hongwan-ji Temple were built at the place where Nishi Hongwan-ji Temple now stands.
  60. In 1591 his father Sadachika was assassinated and his residence, Kogura-jo Castle was burnt down, but Tsunanao did not get involved in the trouble because he was out.
  61. In 1591 it moved to the site it now occupies.
  62. In 1591, Hidetsugu and Hidekatsu were adopted by her younger brother Hideyoshi because Hideyoshi lost his eldest son, Tsurumatsu TOYOTOMI.
  63. In 1591, Hideyoshi acceded Oshima's request and let Kunitomo and Ujihime marry.
  64. In 1591, Hideyoshi ordered his subordinate warlords to gather their troops for military service.
  65. In 1591, Masamune subjugated the Kasai-Osaki Ikki (the revolt of the former retainers of the Kasai clan and the Osaki clan) with Ujisato GAMO, but Masamune himself was suspected of provoking the Kasai-Osaki Ikki.
  66. In 1591, Motochika CHOSOKABE presented a whale to Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI.
  67. In 1591, Rikyu angered Hideyoshi, and was ordered to seclude himself at Sakai.
  68. In 1591, after the Tensho-keno-shonen-shisetsu (The Mission of Youths to the West in the Tensho Era) came back to Japan, he and mission participants together had an audience with Hideyoshi.
  69. In 1591, during the time of seventeenth chief priest Kenson (head priest of Hongan-ji Temple and the second son of Kennyo), Kosho-ji Temple and Hongan-ji Temple were moved to their current locations in Shimogyo-ku Ward, Kyoto City as part of Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI's Kyoto city plan.
  70. In 1591, following his father Kataie's death, he succeeded the position of the Lord of Sanda-jo Castle in Settsu Province with a stipend of 23,000 koku.
  71. In 1591, he received a land of 8,000 koku in Hachioji (later became Yokoyama), Musashi Province from Ieyasu.
  72. In 1591, he served Ieyasu TOKUGAWA and was given Satte 5,160 koku, becoming a taishin hatamoto (greater vassal) or a master of ceremony, and the founder of hatamoto Satte-Isshiki clan.
  73. In 1591, he took charge of the construction of Nagoya-jo Castle in Hizen Province which was supposed to be the base of the Bunroku campaign.
  74. In 1591, he was promoted to Shoshiinoge (Senior Fourth Rank, Lower Grade) and transferred to the position of Ukone no Gon no shosho (Provisional Minor Captain of the Right Division of Inner Palace Guards).
  75. In 1591, on Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI's order, it was relocated to Teramachi-dori and Ebisugawa-dori Avenues.
  76. In 1591, when Saido KISEN passed away, Nagayasu MAENO, who had become the castellan of Izushi-jo Castle by then, invited Sochu TOHO, a disciple of Soen SHUNOKU, from Daitoku-ji Temple as the chief priest of Sukyo-ji Temple.
  77. In 1591, when the temple land of Hongan-ji Temple was transferred, it was moved to the present temple land by Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI.
  78. In 1592 (the first year in the Bunroku era), Hideyoshi, who had unified the nation, ordered 'daimyo' (feudal lords) all over the country to dispatch troops to the Joseon Dynasty (Korea) in order to conquer Ming (the Bunroku War).
  79. In 1592 Hideyoshi sent 160,000 troops to Joseon Dynasty (Bunroku Keicho no eki).
  80. In 1592 when Koyasan had the Teihatsu-ji Temple (later the Seigan-ji Temple, the present Kongobu-ji Temple) built at the time of the ceremony as a memorial of Omandokoro, it was donated 10,000 koku by Hideyoshi.
  81. In 1592 when the Bunroku-Keicho War occurred, Tsunaie crossed the ocean to reach Korea, leading six thousand soldiers as a representative of Hidenobu ODA who was twelve years old.
  82. In 1592 when the dispatch of troops to Korea began, he entered Hizen-Nayoya-jo Castle but returned from Sakai to Kyoto due to illness, and died for good.
  83. In 1592, Emperor Goyoozei gave him a clan name of Tachibana and an alternative family name of Imaoji.
  84. In 1592, Hisanobu joined the 'Umekita Ikki,' an uprising led by Kunikane UMEKITA that rebelled against Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI's reign.
  85. In 1592, Nisshin accompanied Kiyomasa to Korea to offer prayers for victory in the campaign.
  86. In 1592, Sugen-in got married to Hideyoshi's nephew Hidekatsu TOYOTOMI (Kokichi Hidekatsu, younger brother of Chancellor Hidetsugu) by the order of Hideyoshi again, and in the same year, she bore Sadako TOYOTOMI (wife of Yukiie KUJO), but Hidekatsu died in the Bunroku-Keicho War.
  87. In 1592, he died of disease.
  88. In 1592, he entered Nagoya-jo Castle in Hizen Province to take part in the Battles of Bunroku and Keicho.
  89. In 1592, he reconstructed the main shrine of the current Chichibu-jinja Shrine.
  90. In 1592, he sailed to Macao with Valignano for a while, but he returned to Nagasaki in 1595 and died on July 8, 1597 after leaving his last literary work, "The Martyrdom Records of the Twenty-Six Saints."
  91. In 1592, he visited Ryoton HIRONO (known as Edo Asho, the Councilor of Edo) together with Yusai HOSOKAWA and Sokei OHASHI, the first, among others ("Tokitsune-kyo Ki" [Lord Tokitsune's Diary]).
  92. In 1592, in the Bunroku Campaign of Korean Invasions, he took up a position in Nagoya-jo Castle in Hizen Province and concurrently belonged to the rear guard unit of the east side second citadel and the gatekeeper unit of the front and rear gates of the keep.
  93. In 1592, it was moved to Tsuchimikado (Teramachi-dori Kojinguchi Agaru) as instructed by Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI, in order to change the land of the temples.
  94. In 1592, the Bunroku-Keicho War was started according to an order of Hideyoshi, but Ieyasu was allowed to stay in Nagoya-jo Castle, without crossing the sea.
  95. In 1592, when Japan's Invasion of Korea started by order of Hidesyoshi, successfully achieved constructing Nagoya-jo Castle in Hizen Province.
  96. In 1592, when Toshihisa SHIMAZU was driven to suicide and his head was gibbeted on the Ichijo Modori-bashi Bridge, Tadanaga went to get back the head showing his backbone.
  97. In 1592, with the reconstruction of Edo Castle, the six residences were moved from the previous places and situated in the east side of Edo Castle.
  98. In 1593 due to his father's death, he succeeded to the family estate.
  99. In 1593, Hideyori TOYOTOMI, Hideyoshi's biological child was born.
  100. In 1593, Hideyoshi made Koremitsu kill himself on suspicion of allowing his vassals to involve themselves in Umekita ikki (uprising).
  101. In 1593, Masamune participated in the troops of Hideyoshi organized for the Invasion of Korea, and went to the front in Korean Peninsula.
  102. In 1593, Ming gave its full support to Korea and went on the offensive.
  103. In 1593, Shojo served Nobutada KONOE.
  104. In 1593, because his older brother, Kunitomo Ashikaga, took ill and perished in Aki Province while enroute to Kyushu during the Bunroku campaign, Kunitomo's lawful wife, Ujihime Ashikaga, was remarried to Yoriuji, whereupon he succeeded the Kitsuregawa clan which was the descendants of the Ashikaga clan.
  105. In 1593, he and his father were granted Fuchu, Kai Province (Kofu City, Yamanashi Prefecture).
  106. In 1593, he became Karo (chief retainer) of Hidetada TOKUGAWA, the third son of Ieyasu.
  107. In 1593, he became a daikan (local governor) of the land directly controlled by the Taiko Hideyoshi in Oita County, Bungo Province, and in the following year, he was given Funai-jo Castle and possessed 17000 koku (crop yields) in the province.
  108. In 1593, he became the lord of Nanao-jo Castle in Noto Province and in 1599 became a daimyo (Japanese feudal lord) after he was given a territory in Noto Province by his father, Toshiie.
  109. In 1593, he returned to Japan and visited the Imperial Palace accompanying Hideyoshi on November 25.
  110. In 1593, he the inherited territorial lands totalizing 60,000 goku in Ina Country, Shinano Province, and Iida-jo Castle from his father-in-law Hideyori MORI, and was appointed to the position of Juji of Jushiinoge (Junior Fourth Rank, Lower Grade).
  111. In 1594 (there are several theories about the year), the Sen family was reestablished and at the wishes of Shoan, he returned to secular life to disseminate Rikyu-style wabicha (The wabi style tea ceremony).
  112. In 1594 he also joined the construction of Fushimi-jo Castle.
  113. In 1594 he also participated in the construction of Fushimijo Castle.
  114. In 1594, Hideyoshi began construction of Fushimi-jo Castle for his residence after his retirement, and in 1595, because of an adverse relationship with Hideyoshi, Hidetsugu was sent to Mt. Koya-san and then ordered to commit suicide, thereafter Jurakudai was demolished.
  115. In 1594, Masaharu died.
  116. In 1594, Toho went up to Kyoto as he became the juji of Daitoku-ji Temple and Takuan followed him and joined Daitoku-ji Temple.
  117. In 1594, a survey was conducted within the Shimazu family territory, and the Ijuin clan received Miyakonojo, the land worthwhile 80,000 koku of rice, with a certificate from Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI.
  118. In 1594, he adopted Hidetoshi HASHIBA from the Toyotomi clan, and the next year (1595) he transferred the head of the family and retired, and moved to Mihara with his vassals.
  119. In 1594, he married Tokuhime, the daughter of Ieyasu TOKUGAWA, tthrough the intermediation of Hideyoshi.
  120. In 1594, he moved his residence from Oura-jo Castle to Horikoshi-jo Castle.
  121. In 1594, he owned a territory of 13000 koku in Takada, Kunisaki County, Bungo Province, and became a daimyo.
  122. In 1594, he participated in Fushimijo fushin (construction of Fushimi-jo Castle).
  123. In 1594, he took over as head of the family and became the first feudal lord of the Odawara Domain, Sagami Province with 65,000 koku (a unit of volume: rice 1-koku is 180.39 liter) when his father, Tadayo, died.
  124. In 1594, he was adopted by Masamitsu by the order of Ieyasu TOKUGAWA since Masamitsu had no biological son.
  125. In 1594, he was also appointed as a local governor of a 20,000 koku (also said to have been 40,000 koku) kurairichi (land directly held by a daimyo) extending over Hita City and Kusu County.
  126. In 1594, he was granted a pardon and returned to Sakai City (though various theories exist as to the time of his return), where he succeeded as the head of the Sen Family (Sakai-Senke).
  127. In 1594, he was granted amnesty thanks to mediation by Ieyasu TOKUGAWA and Ujisato GAMO, and returned to Kyoto.
  128. In 1594, he was granted an additional 7000 koku and became a daimyo with a total of 57,000 koku of rice because he also achieved constructing Fushimi-jo Castle which was started by order of Hideyoshi.
  129. In 1594, his governing territory was increased to 100,000 goku.
  130. In 1594, improvement work on the Tone River was started.
  131. In 1594, she got remarried to Terumasa IKEDA with the help of Hideyoshi (matchmaker).
  132. In 1594, since he performed well in the construction of Fushimi Castle, he was given an additional territory of 5,700 koku and the surname of Toyotomi from Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI.
  133. In 1594, the Sokujo-in Temple in Fushimi was forcibly relocated to Okamedani (Fukakusa Okamedani, Fushimi Ward, Kyoto City) in order to make way for the construction of Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI's Fushimi-jo Castle.
  134. In 1595 he did not attend the ceremony of thousand priest mass at the Great Buddha Hall of the Hoko-ji Temple built by Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI, observing the doctrine of fujufusegi (that required the followers of Nichiren Buddhism neither to give any alms to, nor to take any alms from the non-followers of the sect).
  135. In 1595 he was given Minakuchi Okayama Castle in Omi no kuni (Omi Province), with an income of 50,000 koku (eventually increased to 120,000 koku), and he was appointed to the lowest position on the Gobugyo.
  136. In 1595 under Hideyoshi's command he went over to Ming Dynasty in China and on this occasion was given the go (name) of Honko Kokushi by the Banreki Emperor of the Ming Dynasty.
  137. In 1595, Geni MAEDA who was the Kyoto Shoshidai, or Governor, under the Toyotomi regime took over Kameyama-jo Castle.
  138. In 1595, Hachimanyama-jo Castle was demolished as Takatsugu KYOGOKU moved to Otsu-jo Castle.
  139. In 1595, Hidetsugu was executed under suspicion of treason, while Shigeaki WATARASE, an advisor to Hidetsugu along with Katsutoyo, being forced to commit ritual suicide when he became involved in this incident and tried to defend Hidetsugu.
  140. In 1595, Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI accused Hidetsugu TOYOTOMI of raising a rebellion and made Hidetsugu commit suicide by disembowelment and punished Hidetsugu's vassals.
  141. In 1595, Hideyoshi expelled Hidetsugu to Mt. Koya, and obliged him to commit seppuku (suicide by disembowelment).
  142. In 1595, Kanpaku (a chancellor) Hidetsugu TOYOTOMI committed seppuku (ritual suicide performed by samurai) after he was suspected of treason against Hideyoshi.
  143. In 1595, Nichio of Myokaku-ji Temple (Kyoto City) (Kyoto Prefecture) refused to attend Senso kuyoe (ceremony of thousand priest mass) hosted by Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI while asserting fujufuse, and was oppressed.
  144. In 1595, Nichio of Myokaku-ji Temple (Kyoto City) (Kyoto Prefecture) refused to attend senso kuyo, held by Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI, while asserting fujufusegi and was oppressed.
  145. In 1595, Nichio opposed to Jufuse school, including Nichiju in Honman-ji Temple (Kyoto City) (Kyoto Prefecture) about whether they should attend Senso kuyoe (ceremony of thousand priest mass) at Hoko-ji Temple Daibutsu-den Hall, which was hosted by Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI.
  146. In 1595, Takatsugu KYOGOKU who was a vassal of Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI entered the domain for the first time with properties bearing 60,000 koku (1 koku was about 180 liter; an old unit showing volume), and as a result, the Otsu Domain was established.
  147. In 1595, Toshitsugu was born in Shimousa-koshino domain as the first son of Yasutoshi HONDA who was a senior vassal of the Tokugawa clan (later the first lord of Zeze Domain).
  148. In 1595, Yoshitsuna was ordered 'kaieki', but he was recognized and guaranteed 1000 koku as Sutebuchi alms.
  149. In 1595, because Mii-dera Temple offended Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI, it received kessho (confiscation of jiryo (temple estate), actual abolishment of a temple).
  150. In 1595, he became a Christian.
  151. In 1595, he married Sugen-in (Her father was Nagamasa ASAI and her mother was Oichi no kata, younger sister of Nobunaga ODA), a niece of Nobunaga and an adopted daughter of Hideyoshi.
  152. In 1595, he participated in the construction of Fushimi-jo Castle.
  153. In 1595, he received a fief of 3,000 koku in Osumi Province (later that fief was changed to Echizen Fuchu).
  154. In 1595, he restored the Bojo family that had remained terminated for 55 years after Shunmei BOJO, who assumed the post of Gon Chunagon, died.
  155. In 1595, he was awarded Tanba Fukuchiyama-jo Castle and 40,000 koku of land.
  156. In 1595, he was awarded an increase of 1000 koku of Hidemochi AWANO's former territory in Aichi County (current Shiga Prefecture) and then, his territory amounted to 2060 koku.
  157. In 1595, he was given a territory worth 240,000 koku in Kiyosu, Owari Province.
  158. In 1595, his father, Tadatora, died abroad during Japan's Invasion of Korea, and he took over as the head of the family at the age of five, but since he was a young child, his grandfather, Tokihisa HONGO, acted as guardian for government affairs, and his uncle, Mitsuhisa HONGO, for military affairs.
  159. In 1595, kin-za started when Ieyasu TOKUGAWA ordered the metalworker Mitsutsugu GOTO in Kyoto to cast koban (former Japanese oval gold coin) in Edo.
  160. In 1595, the Sofuku-ji Temple and its surrounding area was also exempt from miscellaneous taxes because the Sofuku-ji Temple was the site of a Buddhist mortuary tablet of the ancestors of Nobunaga, Nobutada and the Oda family.
  161. In 1595, the first ever weekly comic magazine "Weekly Shonen Sunday" and "Weekly Shonen Magazine" were launched, followed by "Weekly Shonen King" in 1963, "Weekly Shonen Jump" in 1968 and "Weekly Shonen Champion" in 1969, then it entered the five boys' magazines period.
  162. In 1595, two years after the birth of Hideyori, Hideyoshi ordered Kanpaku Hidetsugu TOYOTOMI, who was called 'Sessho(killer) Kanpaku' (of Sessho Kanpaku) to commit Seppuku by the reason of his immorality.
  163. In 1595, when Shigekore was ordered to commit suicide by being implicated with Hidetsugu and Yoshinobu forfeited his position and properties (Kaieki), he became a vassal of Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI and was given ten thousand koku in Kitakata, Mino Province and Echizen Province, and a position of the castellan of Kitakata-jo Castle.
  164. In 1596 he gave his family estate to his son Nagafusa with the excuse that he was old, and retired.
  165. In 1596 the negotiation of war was broken off and Hideyoshi sent 140,000 troops to Korea again in 1597 (Bunroku Keicho no eki).
  166. In 1596, Tsushinshi came together with the Ming envoy (Sakuho-shi ambassador) who came to Japan for closing the truce negotiation between Japan and the Ming.
  167. In 1596, he died in Osaka.
  168. In 1596, he issued the notification for the Sofuku-ji Temple that the temple and its surrounding area was also exempt from miscellaneous taxes and told the temple to feel relief because the notification was certified by Hideyoshi with his red seal.
  169. In 1596, he returned to Joon-ji Temple in Mino Province and became its 25th abbot.
  170. In 1596, the deities were awarded the highest rank of Shoichii (Senior First Rank).
  171. In 1596, the grandfather also died, and Mitsuhisa was stationed on the Korean Peninsula, so practical work was entrusted to the chief retainer, Shigeyori KOSUGI.
  172. In 1597 April 19, he died at the age of 47, and his son Sadayoshi TOKI succeeded his family.
  173. In 1597, during the prohibition of Christianity ordered by Hideyoshi, after their earlobes were cut off at this bridge as a warning to others, the Nihon Nijuroku Seijin (the twenty-six Christian martyrs) were taken to Nagasaki where they were martyred.
  174. In 1597, he became Sangi (councillor) and ranked among nobles.
  175. In 1597, he died of illness at the age of 57 in Kanazawa, Kaga Province.
  176. In 1597, he died.
  177. In 1597, he entered Christianity with his brother, Hidenori ODA.
  178. In 1597, he was raised to one of the Gotairo (Council of Five Elders) of the administration of the Toyotomi clan to replace Takakage KOBAYAKAWA who had died.
  179. In 1597, he was sent into the Kobayakawa family as an assistant to Hideaki KOBAYAKAWA from the Toyotomi government.
  180. In 1597, however, he was suddenly dismissed and exiled to Bizen Province.
  181. In 1597, the Twenty-six Martyrs of Japan had their earlobes slashed off upon their death, and Organtino received the earlobes from a subordinate of the magistrate of Osaka.
  182. In 1597, the aim of the campaign was to demolish Jeolla-do and Chungcheo-do, and after attaining that objective the plan was to build fortresses (Japanese castles) and choose residents for them, whereupon the rest of the army would return to Japan.
  183. In 1597, this tomb mound was built and Segaki Kuyo (a Buddhist service for the dead struggling in hell) was held on September 28 (old lunar calendar) in the same year.
  184. In 1598 he became a valet of Ieyasu TOKUGAWA: earning Ieyasu's trust through loyal service.
  185. In 1598 or so, not only Hideyoshi but also Toshiie began to show the decline of health.
  186. In 1598 the series of family disputes became known to Hideyoshi, who was residing in Fushimi.
  187. In 1598 when the Gamo clan was transferred to Utsunomiya domain, Yoshikiyo parted ways with the Gamo clan and was newly granted 15,000 koku in Bungo Province and became daimyo (Japanese feudal lord) again; however, he died in the same year.
  188. In 1598, Hidenori TSUDA, the second son of Nobutada ODA (the eldest son of Nobunaga ODA), founded Kensho-in Temple and named Suian Sokiku as founding priest.
  189. In 1598, Hideyoshi died and the influence of Ieyasu, in the position of the head of Gotairo (Council of Five Elders), increased.
  190. In 1598, Hirosawa no tsubone was still living in Yamazato-maru of Nagoya-jo Castle, however, when Hideyoshi died in August, and, since her brother, Tsunenobu NAGOYA, had already died, she entered the nunhood.
  191. In 1598, Kagekatsu's territory was changed to the Aizu area of Mutsu Province, and Hideharu HORI moved to Echigo from Echizen Province.
  192. In 1598, after Hideyoshi died during the Keicho Campaign, he took charge of the withdrawal of officers and men who were at the warfront in the Yi Dynasty of Korea, by order of Ieyasu TOKUGAWA.
  193. In 1598, he built Kenshoin in the Myoshin-ji Temple in Kyoto.
  194. In 1598, he entered Shoren-in Temple of Tendai Sect as the 48th monzeki (a chief priest who is a member of the Imperial Family).
  195. In 1598, he returned to Japan and was appointed to the Gotairo (Council of Five Elders) by Hideyoshi.
  196. In 1598, he took over as head of the family upon the death of his father, Norifusa.
  197. In 1598, he was appointed as a member of the Gotairo of the Toyotomi government and the guardian of Hideyori TOYOTOMI by Hideyoshi.
  198. In 1598, he was born in Fukawa, Shimosa Province.
  199. In 1598, he was given a territory producing a stipend of 11,200-koku (2,020.368 cubic meters) crop yields in total in Settsu, Owari and Mino Provinces, and he was granted a title of Daimyo (feudal lord).
  200. In 1598, he went Taiko kenchi (the cadastral surveys conducted by Hideyoshi) in Echizen Province under the supervision of Masaie NAGATSUKA.
  201. In 1598, his father died and he succeeded to the reigns of the family.
  202. In 1598, just before his death, Hideyoshi approved restoration of Mii-dera Temple.
  203. In 1598, the Goto troops were guarding the Suncheon Waeseong (Suncheon Japanese Castle) on the coast of Kwangyang Bay, 10 kilometers southeast of Suncheon, with Yukinaga KONISHI, Shigenobu MATSUURA, Harunobu ARIMA and Yoshiaki OMURA.
  204. In 1598, under orders from Ieyasu, he abandoned Minowa-jo Castle, rebuilt Wada-jo Castle in the south into Takasaki-jo Castle and moved into Takasaki, changing its name from Wada to Takasaki.
  205. In 1598, under the orders of Hideyoshi, he was awarded an increase of 1.2 million koku with some of his fief transferred to Aizu.
  206. In 1598, when Tadateru was 7 years old, Ieyasu met him and said the following.
  207. In 1598, when the domain of the Uesugi family was transferred to Aizu, Hisahide was appointed a keeper of Arato-jo Castle (in present Yamagata Prefecture) and the military governor in Wakamatsu, granted the land capable of producing 11,000 koku of rice (1 koku weighs about 150 kg of rice.)
  208. In 1599 he made efforts to rebuild Kennin-ji Temple.
  209. In 1599, Ieyasu TOKUGAWA ordered Nichio, who was a monk of Myokaku-ji Temple (Kyoto City) (Kyoto Prefecture) and represented Fujufuse School, and Nichiju, who was a monk of Honman-ji Temple (Kyoto Prefecture) and represented Jufuse school, to hold a debate at Osaka-jo Castle (Osaka tairon) and Nichio was banished.
  210. In 1599, Ieyasu allowed him to double the number of the lower class officials which became Hachioji Thousand Lower Class Officials.
  211. In 1599, Nichio didn't attend the Kuyo-e (memorial service), which was hosted by Ieyasu TOKUGAWA and was exiled to Tsushima Island due to Osaka tairon.
  212. In 1599, Sugen-in bore Tamahime (wife of Toshitsune MAEDA, and mother of Mitsutaka MAEDA) in Edo-jo Castle.
  213. In 1599, Toshiie MAEDA, who managed to support the government as Hideyori's guardian, passed away.
  214. In 1599, after Hideyoshi died, he married San no maru dono (Nobunaga ODA's sixth daughter), who was Hideyoshi's concubine in his late years.
  215. In 1599, after Hideyoshi's death, there were internal squabbles within the Ukita family.
  216. In 1599, during the time in which Zoko (of the Kujo family) served as 24th head priest, the main hall was restored on the old site of Mandara-ji Temple.
  217. In 1599, he built a church, a priest's house and a medical facility in the castle town of Gifu.
  218. In 1599, he participated in attacks on Mitsunari together with Kiyomasa KATO, Masanori FUKUSHIMA, Yoshiaki KATO, Yoshinaga ASANO, Terumasa IKEDA, and Nagamasa KURODA.
  219. In 1599, he was appointed Tanba no kami (Governor of Tanba Province) with the rank of Jugoinoge (Junior Fifth Rank, Lower Grade).
  220. In 1599, he was given 3,000 koku (unit of volume) by the Toyotomi family and appointed to Jugoinoge (Junior Fifth Rank, Lower Grade), Buzen no kuni no kami (Governor of Buzen Province).
  221. In 1599, he was not able to participate in 'Shonai War' because he was attacked with smallpox.
  222. In 1599, he was ordered to confine himself to Kai no kuni after being suspected, along with Toshinaga MAEDA, of an attempted assassination of Ieyasu.
  223. In 1599, he was pardoned and allowed to return from exile.
  224. In 1599, however, Junson became at odds with his older sister who inherited Kosho-ji Temple after the passing of their father, defecting to the Higashi Hongan-ji Temple side to which his uncle Kyonyo belonged.
  225. In 1599, however, he was punished together with his son, Michiyo by the ordinance of the Emperor Goyozei and was finally expelled from Kyoto because of a scandal with a court lady.
  226. In 1599, the year after his death, Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI's remains were buried at the summit of Mt. Amidagamine near Hoko-ji Temple in accordance with his will, and Toyokuni-jinja Shrine originated from the mausoleum that was constructed to serve as the guardian shrine of Hoko-ji Temple at the foot of the mountain.
  227. In 1600 he took the Western side in the Battle of Sekigahara and attacked Tanabe-jo Castle in the Tango Province which was the castle of Yusai HOSOKAWA (the Battle of Tanabe-jo Castle).
  228. In 1600 the Eastern Army took part in the Battle of Sekigahara.
  229. In 1600 the Kuroda clan was transferred to Chikuzen Province, and somewhere before or after that Soku moved to Hakata to undertake construction of the public sector such as a castle and castle town, which was shared by Soshitsu and Sotan.
  230. In 1600 the Liefde was cast up on the coast of Japan and William ADAMS arrived in Japan as the first Englishman.
  231. In 1600 the lord of the Wakasa-jo Castle, Shigekata KINOSHITA, joined the western army during the Battle of Sekigahara, and with the defeat in war he committed suicide causing the abolition of the domain.
  232. In 1600, 4,000 koku was added and he became the lord of Nagashima-jo Castle in Ise Province.
  233. In 1600, Ieyasu TOKUGAWA appointed Kanbei SUEYOSHI as Otsu-bugyo and separated the bugyo and daikan posts the following year with the appointment of Nagayasu OKUBO as Otsu-daikan.
  234. In 1600, Ieyasu TOKUGAWA won the Battle of Sekigahara and succeeded in becoming a ruler both in name and reality.
  235. In 1600, Ieyasu, who had become one of the Gotairo (Council of Five Elders) in the Toyotomi government after Hideyoshi's death, led the troops as the head of warlords, insisting on the subjugation of Kagekatsu UESUGI, then was asked to be in charge of Fushimi-jo Castle.
  236. In 1600, Jotai SAISHO published "Joganseiyo" (a book written about Taiso, the second Emperor of the Tang Dynasty in China).
  237. In 1600, Masanori led an army of 6,000 and took part in a campaign to subjugate the Uesugi in Aizu.
  238. In 1600, Nobuyoshi went up to Kyoto for the New Year's greetings on behalf of Kagekatsu.
  239. In 1600, Shigemasa MATSUKURA was awarded a territory as a conferral of honors in the Battle of Sekigahara, and Yamato Gojo Domain (currently Futami, Gojo City) was established and survived until Shigemasa was transferred to Shimabara Domain in 1616 in the Edo period.
  240. In 1600, Yoshiaki participated in the campaign against Kagekatsu UESUGI of Aizu, whom Ieyasu had declared to be plotting a revolt.
  241. In 1600, Zenemon KONOIKE in Itami developed an efficient mass production method of seishu by improving morohaku of the Naka school.
  242. In 1600, after Hideyoshi's death, when Ieyasu Tokugawa, a member of the Gotairo (Council of Five Elders), rose in arms against another member of the Gotairo, Kagekatsu UESUGI, in Aizu, he took part in the campaign.
  243. In 1600, after Ieyasu TOKUGAWA and his allies moved their troops to defeat Kagekatsu UESUGI of Aizu, Mitsunari ISHIDA and his allies denounced Ieyasu and moved their troops (the West) against him and thus the Battle of Sekigahara began.
  244. In 1600, although Yoriuji did not go to fight at the Battle of Sekigahara, in consideration of the fact that he sent representatives to Ieyasu TOKUGAWA in congratulations on his victory after the war, he received an increase to his stipend equivalent to 1,000 koku, and founded the domain of Kitsuregawa.
  245. In 1600, at the Battle of Sekigahara, he participated in the main battle (meanwhile, the family history and Nakatsu-han shi (history record of Nakatsu Domain) described that he belonged to the Hidetada's army.)
  246. In 1600, at the onset of the Battle of Sekigahara, at first, he fought on the side of the western provinces, and subsequently switched sides, fighting on the side of the eastern provinces along with Hideaki KOBAYAKAWA.
  247. In 1600, during the Battle of Sekigahara Nobuyoshi joined Hidetada's army and fought well in the Battle of Ueda-jo Castle in Shinshu district, so that he distinguished himself as one of the Ueda Shichihon-yari (literally, the seven spears of Ueda).
  248. In 1600, during the Battle of Sekigahara, at first he took part in the Western squad with his uncle Sadamichi INABA, however, later he switched to the side of Eastern squad.
  249. In 1600, he attacked Yugawara-jo Castle in Uesugi's territory by the order of Masamune DATE.
  250. In 1600, he became a choro (senior priest) of Tofuku-ji Temple in Kyoto, and then, that of Nanzen-ji Temple.
  251. In 1600, he became a keeper of Fushimi-jo Castle; in the battle of Fushimi-jo Castle, he defended the third keep with Ietada MATSUDAIRA, and eventually died in the battle with the keep defender Mototada TORII.
  252. In 1600, he fought on Mitsunari ISHIDA's side at the Battle of Sekigahara, but he went to fight on Ieyasu's side after being defeated because Ieyasu guaranteed him his territory.
  253. In 1600, he frequently met the missionaries of the Society of Jesus and was also granted 200 pieces of gold and 2,000 pieces of army provisions or 3,000 koku after he had an audience with Hideyori TOYOTOMI
  254. In 1600, he held up in Mino Gifu-jo Castle at the Battle of Sekigahara, belonging to the Western Camp along with his older brother, Hidenobu.
  255. In 1600, he kept Fushimi-jo Castle together with Mototada TORII and Ietada MATSUDAIRA and induced the rising of the Western squad led by Mitsunari ISHIDA.
  256. In 1600, he played an active role in headquarters of Ieyasu army as a yari bugyo (spear magistrate) in the Battle of Sekigahara.
  257. In 1600, he was appointed to kanpaku again.
  258. In 1600, he was given the Kokindenju (to teach someone about the interpretation of "Kokinwakashu") by Yusai HOSOKAWA and he taught that to his nephew, Emperor Gomizunoo and it marked the beginning of Goshodenju (Kokindenju done in the Imperial Palace).
  259. In 1600, he was ordered by Takatora to be rusuiyaku (a person representing the master during his absence) of Uwajima-jo Castle in the Battle of Sekigahara and only vassals took part in the battle.
  260. In 1600, he was promoted to Jushiinojo (Junior Fourth Rank, Upper Grade).
  261. In 1600, he was recommended to join the war under the name of Ieyasu by Yoshitsugu OTANI who was joining the expedition in Aizu, however, the Battle of Sekigahara broke out thereafter, then he was kept in Osaka-jo Castle as a hostage for the Toyotomi clan.
  262. In 1600, he went to Oyama, Shimotsuke Province, accompanying Ieyasu TOKUGAWA for the conquest of Aizu, where he took part in the Battle of Sekigahara.
  263. In 1600, since Nobukatsu took the side of Toyotomi at the Battle of Sekigahara, his territory was confiscated after the battle.
  264. In 1600, the Battle of Sekigahara took place.
  265. In 1600, the Hosokawa clan was transferred to the Nakatsu domain in Buzen Province after the Battle of Sekigahara.
  266. In 1600, the troops led by Hidetada TOKUGAWA traveled on Nakasen-do Road from Utsunomiya City to participate in the Battle of Sekigahara.
  267. In 1600, together with Mitsunari and others, he raised an army to support Terumoto MORI.
  268. In 1600, when Ieyasu dispatched troops on behalf of Kagekatsu UESUGI, Mitsunari ISHIDA took the opportunity to make Terumoto MORI a leader and they raised their armies to overthrow Ieyasu.
  269. In 1600, when Ieyasu raised an army for the subjugation of Kagekatsu UESUGI, he departed for the front along with Ieyasu; in the meantime, when Mitsunari raised the western squad in Osaka, he fought in the Battle of Sekigahara as the military commander of the eastern squad.
  270. In 1600, when Mitsunari ISHIDA of Gobugyo supported Terumoto MORI of Gotairo to open the Battle of Sekigahara, Mitsunari and Masaie NAGATSUKA took part in a campaign, whereas Nagamasa ASANO belonged to the troop of Hidetada TOKUGAWA in the Army of the East.
  271. In 1600, when Mitsunari and his followers took up arms against Ieyasu TOKUGAWA, who was a member of the Council of Five Elders, the Budan-ha faction sided with Ieyasu leading to the Battle of Sekigahara.
  272. In 1600, when the Battle of Sekigahara broke out, as the head of the Hosokawa clan, Tadaoki HOSOKAWA declined the invitation of Sei-Gun (western camp, led by Mitsunari ISHIDA) to join them, and instead his army sided with To-Gun (eastern camp), which was headed by Ieyasu TOKUGAWA.
  273. In 1600, while Ieyasu TOKUGAWA was absent, Mitsunari ISHIDA who was one of the Gobugyo (five major magistrates) and others raised an army and urged Gracia HOSOKAWA, the wife of Tadaoki, to become a hostage.
  274. In 1601 Genyu rebuilt Chishakuin Temple (which had relocated to the precincts of Neogro-ji Temple) at Shichijo, in Kyoto, doing so with Ieyasu TOKUGAWA's support, and later it became the grand head temple of the Shingon sect Chisan-ha.
  275. In 1601 Hideuji was allowed to serve the Tokugawa family by the recommendation of Tadaoki HOSOKAWA, a member of a time-honored clan in Tanba (since the Muromachi period), and given the house status of Hatamoto (a direct retainer of the shogun).
  276. In 1601 Hirotsuna's father Hideuji was summoned at the behest of Tadaoki HOSOKAWA (of the ancient Tanba clan around since the Muromachi period) to form a vassal's household.
  277. In 1601 Iemori YAMAZAKI was forced to change his territory to Wakasa Domain in Inaba Province due to the defeat at the Battle of Sekigahara having taken the side of the West camp.
  278. In 1601 Ieyasu TOKUGAWA began to maintain 5 routes (described as follows) connecting Edo to various places to rule all over Japan, and in the time of the 4th Shogun, Ietsuna TOKUGAWA these routes were defined as main routes.
  279. In 1601 Yasunobu followed his father moving to Katahara Domain in Mikawa Province.
  280. In 1601 after the Battle of Sekigahara, Ieyasu recognized the importance of Katsumoto in the Toyotomi camp and increased his domain in Tatsuta in Yamato Province by 18,000 koku to 28,000 koku.
  281. In 1601 before the foundation of the government, the gold guild (kin-za) (the coinage guild) and the silver guild (gin-za) (history) were established, and the mintage of Keicho Koban (gold oval coin) and Keicho Chogin (silver oval coin) was ordered.
  282. In 1601 he established the Kinza and Ginza.
  283. In 1601, 53 shukuba from Shinagawa to Otsu were established along the Tokai-do Road, and it was here that the Tokaido Gojusan-tsugi (Fifty-Three Stations of the Tokaido) originated.
  284. In 1601, Ieyasu TOKUGAWA secured another 10,000 koku as Imprial property.
  285. In 1601, Kagekatsu travelled to Kyoto with Kanetsugu NAOE to apologize to Ieyasu, as well as had Kikuhime, his wife, taken by Ieyasu as a hostage; this allowed for the survival of the Uesugi clan.
  286. In 1601, Masamune started the construction of the Sendai-jo Castle and its castle town; later he moved to the Sendai-jo Castle.
  287. In 1601, he became a sword instructor to Hidetada TOKUGAWA, who was later to become the second Shogun; he subsequently served the third Shogun, Iemitsu TOKUGAWA, also as a sword instructor.
  288. In 1601, he got a proposal to change his territory to the Takasaki Domain and an increase of his yield to 130,000 koku but he tuned down this offer.
  289. In 1601, he returned to the position of Sadaijin.
  290. In 1601, his land was transferred from Kakegawa to Tosa and he made a triumphal entry into Urato-jo Castle.
  291. In 1601, his shoryo was moved to Yamato-Shinjo Domain and became the first lord of the domain.
  292. In 1601, it was added to 30,000 koku in Kasama Domain of Hitachi Province.
  293. In 1601, it was issued for the first time and after that since 1860, 10 kinds were casted and according to the economic status of Edo bakufu and the market, the karat and ryome (a weighed value) were revised as koban.
  294. In 1601, the feudal load KUWAYAMA made a branch shrine of Morokuwa-jinja Shrine (in present Aisai City) for a deity in Misayama (Mausoleum of Emperor Iitoyo, unconfirmed) and then enshrined Katsuragimiagata-jinja Shrine together.
  295. In 1601, upon the invitation of Tadaoki HOSOKAWA, he became Tadaoki's sado (person in charge of the tea ceremony) and was bestowed three hundred koku in Misaki, Buzen Province.
  296. In 1601, with the help of the Sanda Domain in the Province of Settsu, Iemori YAMAZAKI founded a domain with 30,000 koku.
  297. In 1602 after the death of Noriyori ARIMA, Toyouji ARIMA, the eldest legitimate son and also the ruler of Fukuchiyama Domain in Tango Province with 60,000 koku, became the successor and annexed Sanda Domain of 20,000 koku to Fukuchiyama Domain, making the total crop yield of Fukuchiyama Domain 80,000 koku.
  298. In 1602 when the Hongan-ji Temple split into east and west, Kyonyo, the twelfth head priest of the Higashi Hongan-ji Temple had the tentative grave of Shinran and successive heads of Hongan-ji Temple built.
  299. In 1602, He succeeded the reigns of the family after his elder brother Yoshiteru MIYAHARA.
  300. In 1602, Ieyasu donated land for a temple to the east of Hongwan-ji Temple.
  301. In 1602, Joa was invited to Yamagata as the renga poet (linked-verse poet) for Yoshiaki MOGAMI.
  302. In 1602, Yanagimachi was abruptly forced to move out, so Sumiya had no choice but to move to Rokujo Misuji machi.
  303. In 1602, after Hideaki died and the Kobayakawa clan discontinued, Masanari became a masterless warrrior.
  304. In 1602, after the Battle of Sekigahara, she had an audience with the widow of Hideyoshi, Kodaiin and Emperor Goyozei, and visited Toyokuni-jinja Shrine (Kyoto City) to show that the Tokugawa clan had no hostility toward the Toyotomi clan.
  305. In 1602, he gave Konishi danrin to Nissho of Iidaka danrin and returned to Kyoto at the request of Ryuhon-ji Temple in Kyoto.
  306. In 1602, he retired in Kano and handed over the position of the lord of the Domain to the third son Tadamasa OKUDAIRA.
  307. In 1602, he served Tadatsune SHIMAZU.
  308. In 1602, he started to serve as a vassal of Ieyasu TOKUGAWA.
  309. In 1602, he was ranked at Shonii (Senior Second Rank.)
  310. In 1602, however, the brothel was relocated to Rokujo due to the extension of the Nijo-jo Castle.
  311. In 1602, the Edo bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun) prohibited tsujigiri and announced that those who committed tsujigiri would be punished severely.
  312. In 1602, the peerage was conferred on him.
  313. In 1602, the restoration of the Buddhist temple was begun by Hideyori TOYOTOMI, and temple buildings of Okunobo, Yamanobo, Myoo-in Temple, Kaishaku-in Temple, Inanobo, Nakanobo, Shimonobo, Toho-ji Temple, Kaminobo, Myojin-sha Shrine, Kannon-do hall, Bishamon-do hall and Goma-do hall were founded.
  314. In 1603 the Edo bakufu placed the Yamada Bugyo Office on the shrine lands of Ise-daijingu Shrine.
  315. In 1603 when the Chion-in Temple was expanded, it was given more land on Mt. Toribe, which was said to belong to the Ennin-ji Temple where Shinran was cremated by a proportion of Zenryo, the husband of Yusei's sister.
  316. In 1603, Akimitsu handed over the headship of the family to his legitimate son Yoshimune, but in 1610 when Yoshimitsu died at the age of 34, Akimitsu returned to Kakuda-jo Castle and attended to government affairs.
  317. In 1603, Ieyasu received the proclamation of seiitaishogun and started the Edo bakufu.
  318. In 1603, Kokusetsu KANZE added this school to a group of waki schools which belonged to the Kanze school, and in the Kanei era, the Shindo school took over the position of the head waki-kata of the Kanze school when the Fukuo school, which had been the head waki-kata until then, became extinct.
  319. In 1603, at the age of 51, he failed in the attempt to go to China (Ming) and drifted ashore on Ryukyu.
  320. In 1603, he accompanied a still young Tadatsugu IKEDA to Okayama Domain, Bizen Province as Tadatsugu was assigned to become the lord of Okayama feudal clan; he was promoted to Karo (chief retainer) of the Okayama feudal clan and administered the affairs.
  321. In 1603, he became Awano kuni no kami (Governor of Awa Province).
  322. In 1603, he became a 資 of monk-Imperial Prince Join and entered the Myoho-in Temple, and received an Imperial order to become an Imperial Prince in 1613.
  323. In 1603, he unofficially announced the appointment of Ieyasu TOYOTOMI as Seii taishogun (literally, "great general who subdues the barbarians").
  324. In 1603, he was conferred upon Junior Fourth Rank, Lower Grade, governor of Chikuzen Province.
  325. In 1603, he was given a territory of 30,000 koku (5411.7 cubic meters) crop yields at Hyuga Sadohara, which was the former territory of Toyohisa SHIMAZU who died in the Battle of Sekigahara and became the first lord of the domain.
  326. In 1603, however, Hideie was handed over to Ieyasu by Tadatsune SHIMAZU (Yoshihiro's son) because there was a rumor going round that 'the Shimazu clan is sheltering Hideie.'
  327. In 1603, she moved from Fushimi to Edo, and on December 24, 1606, she married Tadateru.
  328. In 1603, she was tonsured and became a nun after she witnessed her adopted mother's death and the wedding ceremony of Hideyori and Senhime, the marriage concluded according to Hideyoshi's will.
  329. In 1603, when Ieyasu took charge of the extended Minamoto family/became seii taishogun (literally, "great general who subdues the barbarians") he became part of the 'Seiwa-Genji' (Minamoto clan).
  330. In 1603, when he was invited to the Imperial Palace, he played two games against Sansa, resulting in Jigo (draw) in a game and Sanmokugachi (winning by three points or intersections) in the other, and he was given makimono (a scroll), together with Doseki NAKAMURA and Senkaku.
  331. In 1603, when his younger paternal brother Tadatsugu IKEDA was assigned the lord of Okayama-jo Castle, he entered the castle as a vicarious administrator since Tadatsugu was still very young.
  332. In 1604 Nihonbashi (Chuo Ward, Tokyo Prefecture) was defined as the starting point of Go-kaido Roads.
  333. In 1604 he died suddenly in Fujisawa on the way to Edo for sankin (daimyo's alternate-year residence in Edo).
  334. In 1604 the vacant land after the relocation was a venue for a large-scale horse competition show or parade, which explains the origin of the name of the street.
  335. In 1604 when he was 18 years old, he served for Nagashige ASANO's third son Nagamasa ASANO (the lord of Moka Domain of 20,000 koku in Shimotsuke Province at the time, later became the lord of Makabe Domain of 50,000 koku in Hitachi Province followed by the lord of Kasama Domain of 53,000 koku in Hitachi Province).
  336. In 1604, after he was conferred a peerage, he was promoted from one position to another and when he took the post of Konoefu (the headquarters of the Inner Palace Guards), he was celebrated his attainment of manhood.
  337. In 1604, at the age of 26, his father Masatsugu died suddenly, whereupon Masakazu succeeded to the family estate, taking care of Matsuyama Castle (Bicchu Province); subsequently, in 1617 he became a daimyo (feudal lord) upon receiving a Shuinjo(shogunate license to trade), and two years later he was transferred to the Omi Komuro Domain.
  338. In 1604, he resigned the post, became a priest and called himself Ensho as a priest.
  339. In 1604, he was appointed to shorokui (Senior Sixth Rank) and to Nagato no kami (Governor of Nagato Province) by kinri (Imperial Palace or residence).
  340. In 1604, he was granted official rank of Buzen no kami (Governor of Buzen Province) and became a kinju (attendant) of Hidetada TOKUGAWA.
  341. In 1604, however, he died at the young age of 20 without inheriting the clan from his father, who outlived him.
  342. In 1604, young Tadaharu succeeded his father Tadauji, who had died young.
  343. In 1605 Jotai SAISHO also published "Azuma kagami" (a chronicle of the Kamakura bakufu from 1180 to 1266) and "Shueki" (the first book in China written in the Zhou Dynasty period) were published.
  344. In 1605 on the order of Ieyasu TOKUGAWA, 2 members of the Liefde crew were sent to Hollanders in the city of Pattani in the Kingdom of Thailand in order to start trade with Japan.
  345. In 1605, Ieyasu abdicated the position of shogun to Hidetada and he became the leading figure in the bakufu.
  346. In 1605, Kiyomasa was promoted to Jugoi (Junior Fifth Rank) and appointed Jiju (a chamberlain) and the governor of Higo Province.
  347. In 1605, TSUDA Sukezaemon Masayuki presented a jimesho (self ringing bell) to Ieyasu TOKUGAWA.
  348. In 1605, he assumed the long-cherishedposition of Kanpaku.
  349. In 1605, he awarded by the emperor, the rank of Jusangu.
  350. In 1605, he became a disciple of Shogoinnomiya priest-Imperial Prince Koi.
  351. In 1605, he celebrated his coming of age, was given the rank of Shogoi (Senior Fifth Rank) and given access to the court.
  352. In 1605, he died of disease at Kochi-jo Castle.
  353. In 1605, he experienced genpuku (a coming-of-age celebration for boys) and was given the title of Imperial Prince.
  354. In 1605, he met with Hideyori TOYOTOMI in Osaka on the order of Ieyasu.
  355. In 1605, he tightened control over his family by expelling his chief retainer, Hisariku HONGO.
  356. In 1605, he was adopted and raised by a vassal Shigemasa ASADA.
  357. In 1605, he was appointed to the chamberlain of jushiinoge (junior fourth rank lower grade) and served as Uemon no kami (Captain of the Right Division of Outer Palace Guards) as an additional post.
  358. In 1605, she consulted with Ieyasu to build Kodai-ji Temple in Higashiyama, Kyoto to pray for the repose of Hideyoshi's soul, and decided to live in this temple for the rest of her life.
  359. In 1605, the founder Ieyasu stood down from his roles as shogun and family head and until his retirement use of the 'Tokugawa' surname was limited to one individual: his heir Hidetada TOKUGAWA.
  360. In 1605, when Korea demanded that the Tokugawa government should send the sovereign's message first, the Tsushima Domain forged the sovereign's massage and presented it to Korea.
  361. In 1606 Genkitsu published the "Bukei-shichisho" (seven classical strategy books of China).
  362. In 1606 he received a decree to build Sunpu Castle and on June 20 the same year, received an meritorious service award certificate.
  363. In 1606 he was appointed to Jugoinoge (Junior Fifth Rank, Lower Grade) and reached manhood.
  364. In 1606 the second-phase construction was completed, and in the same year Naotsugu entered the castle at about the same time of completion of building the tenshu.
  365. In 1606 when Masamune DATE invited Ieyasu to the Igo gathering in Edo (Tokyo), he participated with Sansa, Doseki, Sokei, and others.
  366. In 1606, Nobunari NAITO with 40,000 koku in the domain of Sunpu in Suruga Province transferred to another territory to watch Toyotomi clan's movements provided with 40,000 koku, and established the domain.
  367. In 1606, Shin-mito was rebuilt by Hideyori TOYOTOMI as tahoto pagoda style (a two-storied pagoda (composed of a square lower story and a cylindrical upper story)) that still stands at the south of the temple and is also under the administration of the Imperial Household Agency as the Anrakujuin Temple tomb of the Emperor Konoe.
  368. In 1606, he got married with Irohahime who was the first daughter of Masamune DATE.
  369. In 1606, he had his coming-of-age ceremony in Kyoto when he travelled there following Ieyasu.
  370. In 1606, he prohibited the Imperial court from awarding official ranks to daimyo without recommendation of the bakufu, and established Kinchu narabini kuge shohatto, to thoroughly remove the political involvement of the Imperial court.
  371. In 1606, he resigned the positions of Naidaijin and Ukone no daisho.
  372. In 1606, he returned to Kyoto, reestablished Dannohorin-ji Temple in Kyoto Sanjo, and established Taichu-an in Kyoto Gojo.
  373. In 1606, he was involved in "chikyu-ronso (controversy over the Earth)" with Irmao Fabian, a Japanese monk who belonged to the Society of Jesus.
  374. In 1606, he was sent to Hachijo-jima Island of the Izu Island chain as the first exile in the official history of the Province.
  375. In 1606, his younger brother Kunimatsu (Tadanaga TOKUGAWA) was born.
  376. In 1606, she bore Tadanaga TOKUGAWA in Edo-jo Castle.
  377. In 1606, the new castle was completed and Naotsugu II entered the Hikone-jo Castle.
  378. In 1607 Hirotsuna became the head of the clan and was given a chigyo (enfeoffment) of more than 3,570 koku (644 cubic meters) in Tanba Province.
  379. In 1607, Razan went to Edo and taught the second shogun, Hidetada TOKUGAWA (the third son of Ieyasu).
  380. In 1607, Sadakatsu was appointed Fushimi jodai (the keeper of Fushimi-jo Castle) in Yamashiro Province.
  381. In 1607, Sumiyori OMURA, the 2nd lord of the domain annexed the lands of these families in a move known as "Goichimon Barai" to secure a source of income and shore up his position as lord of the domain.
  382. In 1607, Takuan became shuso (the leader of monks practicing asceticism) of Daitoku-ji Temple and while residing at Tokuzen-ji Temple situated in Daitoku-ji Temple, he also became the chief priest of Nanshu-ji Temple.
  383. In 1607, he assumed the position of Chunagon (Councilor), then Dainagon (Chief Councilor) in 1611, Naidaijin (Minister of the Center) in 1612.
  384. In 1607, he crossed the sea from Luzon to Cambodia after Spain intervened in Cambodia, and won the confidence of the Cambodian King to become a successful merchant once again.
  385. In 1607, he died on the land of Buzen Province (though there is a different view to this).
  386. In 1607, he had a game against Sansa in the presence of Hideyori TOYOTOMI at Osaka-jo Castle.
  387. In 1607, he married the daughter of Yukihisa SHIMAZU, who was the most powerful branch of the Shimazu clan, and had become the lord of the Sadowara Domain.
  388. In 1607, he moved to Sunpu-jo Castle.
  389. In 1607, he was ordered to serve as the head of Hiei-zan Mountain Tandai, lived in Nankobo and took part in the restoration of Enryaku-ji Temple.
  390. In 1607, when Ieyasu's eleventh son Yorifusa was put in Shimotsuma with 100,000 koku, Nobuyoshi was specifically ordered to attend Yorifusa and appointed as a Karo (chiefretainer; of 6,500 koku).
  391. In 1607, when Takafusa RYUZOJI died and the head family of the Ryuzoji clan was distinguished, he was appointed to a responsible post by the Nabeshima clan which took the domain over, and he got a treatment equivalent to the family to serve as Ukeyaku (an administrative officer who manages the affairs of the domain) of the Saga Domain.
  392. In 1608 Ieyasu recommended them to reconstruct Hoko-ji Temple Daibutsu-den Hall (which was built by Hideyoshi, but collapsed in 1596).
  393. In 1608 during such a period of time, he, together with Noritoshi INOKUMA, Mitsuhiro KARASUMARU, Tadanaga KAZANIN, Masakata ASUKAI, Munekatsu NANBA, Munenobu MATSUMOTO, and Sanehisa TOKUDAIJI, met court ladies secretly and this led to some sexual promiscuity.
  394. In 1608, Ieyasu TOKUGAWA ordered Nikkei of Myoman-ji Temple (Kyoto Prefecture) and Kakuzan of Jodo Sect to hold a doctrinal debate (Keicho shuron) at Edo-jo Castle and Nikkei was punished by having his ears and nose cut off.
  395. In 1608, Mancio ITO, Martinao HARA, and Juliao NAKAURA were ordinated together as priests.
  396. In 1608, Mancio ITO, Martinho HARA, and Juliao NAKAURA were ordained together as priests.
  397. In 1608, Suden was invited to Sunpu by Ieyasu TOKUGAWA, who located the bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun) in Edo by superseding the Toyotomi government, and served as a diplomatic secretary in place of last Jotai SAISHO.
  398. In 1608, a ban on the circulation of Eiraku-sen was issued and Eiraku-tsuho were replaced with domestically minted coins such as Kanei-tsuho.
  399. In 1608, he assumed the position of Fushinbugyo (shogunate administrator for civil engineering and construction) for Sunpu-jo Castle (present-day Shizuoka).When he successfully completed the work, he was promoted to the position of Jugoi (Junior Fifth Rank) and appointed as governor of Totoumi Province.
  400. In 1608, he died of illness in hopelessness in Ishihama, Asakusa, Edo.
  401. In 1609, Hatsu entered the Buddhist priesthood with the Buddhist name Jokoin after the death of her husband Takatsugu.
  402. In 1609, Nagamori was transferred to the Tanba-Kameyama Domain with an increased estimated yield of 32,000 koku (his territory was later increased by 2,000 koku to a total of 40,000 koku).
  403. In 1609, because Yorifusa was made to change the territory to Mito, Nobuyoshi had his stipend increased to 15,000 koku.
  404. In 1609, he got married with a daughter of Yasushige MATSUDAIRA.
  405. In 1609, he was adopted by Tadamoto ICHIJO, and he called himself 'Kaneto' at first.
  406. In 1609, he was exiled to Ezochi (current Hokkaido) for committing adultery with a court lady serving for the Emperor Goyozei (the Inokuma Incident).
  407. In 1609, he was promoted to the 154th chief priest of Daitoku-ji Temple at 37, but Takuan, who didn't seek fame and wealth, left Daitoku-ji Temple three days after his promotion and returned to Sakai.
  408. In 1609, however, there was family trouble concerning senior vassals such as Hiroteru MINAGAWA; vassals including Hiroteru were toppled by this incident.
  409. In 1609, the Emperor demanded severe punishment for the shogunate's military governor stationed in Kyoto when the Inokuma Incident occurred, whereby a court lady committed adultery.
  410. In 1609, when Nagamori OKABE, a hereditary vassal of the Tokugawa house, was transferred from the Shimousa-Yamazaki Domain to Tanba-Kameyama, the Tanba-Kameyama Domain was reestablished.
  411. In 1609.
  412. In 1610 he was given 5,000 koku of the land of the Enryaku-ji Temple on Mt. Hiei after asking Ieyasu.
  413. In 1610 receiving a command of Ieyasu TOKUGAWA (the first shogun), he took the same ship as Rodrigo de VIVERO, the governor-general of the Philippines, the former dominion of Spain, on his returning home, and headed for Nueva Espa?a (New Spain, present Mexico).
  414. In 1610, after Toshiyoshi MAEDA, who was the son of his uncle Yasukatsu MAEDA, died, he succeeded to that family because his uncle did not have any other children, and he became the lord of Nanaokomaruyama-jo Castle (the keeper of Nanao-jo Castle).
  415. In 1610, he cooperated in the Tokugawa clan's construction of Nagoya-jo Castle in Owari Province.
  416. In 1610, he inherited the position as head of Yoshida shinto (Yoshida Jinja Shrine) and became Yoshida Shinto.
  417. In 1610, he was appointed as Jugoinoge (Junior Fifth Rank, Lower Grade), Shimousa no kami (Governor of Shimousa Province).
  418. In 1610, he was appointed to the role of the lord of Takada Domain in Echigo Province (the lord of Fukushima-jo Castle; discussed further below), and at the same time, he was appointed governor-general of 750,000 koku (crop yield) in total, combined with 120,000 koku (crop yield) in Kawanakajima.
  419. In 1610, the construction of Kameyama Castle began with the combined efforts of all the daimyo (Japanese territorial lord) of western provinces.
  420. In 1611 Masayuki died, and two years later she committed suicide on the day that fell on the second anniversary of Masayuki's death.
  421. In 1611 he was celebrated his coming of age (a ritual of Genpuku, meaning clothing initiation and the formal recognition of adulthood) and was conferred a peerage to be a Jiju (Chamberlain).
  422. In 1611 on the first anniversary of Sojun's death, Ryoi constructed Zuisen-ji Temple in order to pray for the soul of Hidetsugu and named it after Hidetsugu's posthumous Buddhist name 'Zuisen Jiden.'
  423. In 1611, Tadamoto died.
  424. In 1611, Takamitsu had an audience with Ogosho (the leading figure) Ieyasu TOKUGAWA and the second Shogun Hidetada TOKUGAWA in Nijo-jo Castle in Kyoto.
  425. In 1611, he died of a disease.
  426. In 1611, he requested to see Hideyori at Nijo-jo Castle.
  427. In 1611, they were pardoned and attended at the court again.
  428. In 1611, when Emperor Goyozei abdicated to the Emperor Gomizunoo, Hideyori went to Kyoto with the pretext 'to greet to the grandfather of his legitimate wife Senhime' guarded by Kiyomasa KATO and Yukinaga ASANO and had a meeting with Ieyasu in Nijo-jo Castle in Kyoto.
  429. In 1612 Yasunobu was conferred a court rank of jugoinoge (Junior Fifth Rank, Lower Grade), and appointed Wakasa no kami (Governor of the Wakasa Province).
  430. In 1612, Banzuii asked for permission from Ieyasu TOKUGAWA and then moved to the area of the hall.
  431. In 1612, Doton, believing it necessary to excavate a river in order to develop Jonan obtained permission from the Toyotomi family and began excavating a canal (later known as Dotonbori) in the central area of Jonan at his own expense.
  432. In 1612, Enshu KOBORI founded the small Koho-an Temple within Ryuko-in Temple (Kyoto City), a sub-temple of Daitoku-ji Temple, and named Kogetsu Sogan as founding priest.
  433. In 1612, Musashi came from Kyoto to visit Karo (chief retainer) of the Hosokawa family, Okinaga MATSUI who had known Musashi's father Muni, and he requested Okinaga to permit a fight with Kojiro.
  434. In 1612, Nobushige became a priest and called himself Denshin Gesso.
  435. In 1612, Tadayoshi SATOMI presented to Ise Jingu Shrine a skin of a whale tail via Chobei ENOKURA.
  436. In 1612, after the founding father Genkitsu died, the Enko-ji Temple, belonging to the Rinzai Sect, was moved to within the premises of the Shokoku-ji Temple and afterwards was relocated to the Shugakuin Village, Otagi County during 1661 to 1673.
  437. In 1612, he became Oban gashira (captains of the great guards).
  438. In 1612, he became Shoshiinoge (Senior Fourth Rank, Lower Grade), and on February 25, 1613, he was awarded the rank of Jusanmi (Junior Third Rank), ranking with Kugyo (high court noble).
  439. In 1612, he began to reconstruct Kita-in (meaning North Temple) of Muryoju-ji Temple, renamed it to Kita-in (meaning Temple of much happiness) and made it the main temple of Kanto Tendai.
  440. In 1612, he entered the Shogo-in Temple.
  441. In 1612, he headed to Edo, met directly with Hidetada TOKUGAWA without any intervention of the main branch of the originator of the Shimazu family, and received a horse.
  442. In 1612, he joined Kugyo as he was appointed to Sangi (Councilor).
  443. In 1612, he successfully obtained the special privilege in the shuinsen boeki, and he acquired a tremendous amount of wealth by sending ships mostly to Northern Vietnam.
  444. In 1612, he was granted Senior Third Rank, Royal Advisor and the Matsudaira surname to be called 'Harima saisho' (prime minister of Harima), 'Himeji saisho' (prime minister of Himeji), etc. (saisho was the Tang name for Sangi).
  445. In 1612, he was presented to Ieyasu TOKUGAWA at Sunpu, and in 1617, he was appointed as an official painter to the Edo bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun).
  446. In 1612, the Tokugawa bakufu built Yoshiwara yukaku near Ningyo-cho, Nihonbashi in Edo.
  447. In 1612, when horoku (a stipend) was given to 8 players of Igo and those of shogi, he received 50 koku gonin-buchi (about 9 cubic meters' rice, which is equivalent to an annual five-men rice stipend), equally as Sansa and Soseki.
  448. In 1613 (Keicho 18), he reached the Junii (Junior Second Rank), and in 1615 he was appointed to the position of Gonno Dainagon (Assistant Major Counselor).
  449. In 1613 he was granted a 410 koku stipend.
  450. In 1613), he became the 55th head of Seigan-ji Temple in Kyoto (and thereby, the chief priest of the Nishiyama-Fukakusa faction of the Jodo (Pure Land) sect), whereupon his friendships with distinguished people of the day substantially increased.
  451. In 1613, Moritsuna was assigned to the Owari-Tokugawa family and received the territory of 14,000 koku crop yields in Terabe, Kamo County, Mikawa Province (present-day Toyota City, Aichi Prefecture).
  452. In 1613, Takaari AYANOKOJI (Shosanmi - Senior Third Rank), Sangi - Councilor) (1595 - 1644) joined the family from the Gojo family, and the family name was revived.
  453. In 1613, at the order of Ieyasu TOKUGAWA, Daiko-in Temple was constructed in Ota, Kozuke Province with Donryu presiding over its consecration as the kaizan (founder).
  454. In 1613, he restored the Anegakoji family that had been extinguished for nearly 300 years since the Muromachi period.
  455. In 1613, he taught Shinto to the retired Emperor Goyozei.
  456. In 1613, he was appointed as the chief abbot of Nikko Futarasan-jinja Shrine by Ieyasu, and he reconstructed the honbo (main priest's residence), Komyo-in Temple.
  457. In 1613, the year before the Siege of Osaka, Hidemasa died at the age of 49.
  458. In 1613, two years after the death of Kiyomasa, Yoshinaga ASANO, one of the most influential Daimyo under the patronage of the Toyotomi clan, also died of venereal disease.
  459. In 1613, with Nankobo Tenkai's advice, Ieyasu had Matehime remarry Nobuhiro TSUGARU, the lord of the Hirosaki Domain in the Tsugaru region.
  460. In 1614 in the early-modern times, Tenkai, a priest of the Tendai sect (who founded temples in Edo such as Kanei-ji Temple), became Gakuto (head student) of Kinpusen-ji Temple at the order of Ieyasu TOKUGAWA.
  461. In 1614, 'the Hoko-ji Temple Incident' worsened the relations between the Tokugawa and Toyotomi clans.
  462. In 1614, Ryoi SUMINOKURA and his son, Soan, built a canal, called Takase-gawa River (Kyoto Prefecture), and was used as a waterway to connect Kyoto and Osaka.
  463. In 1614, Uwajima Domain was founded by Hidemune, the eldest son of Masamune, in Iyo Province.
  464. In 1614, at the Osaka no Eki (The Siege of Osaka), he defended the Fushimi-jo Castle.
  465. In 1614, he advanced to the position of Udaijin (Minister of the Right), then Sadaijin (Minister of the Left) in 1620, and Kanpaku in 1623.
  466. In 1614, he became Chunagon (vice-councilor of state).
  467. In 1614, he became Sangi (councillor) to rank with Kugyo.
  468. In 1614, he died at the age of 57.
  469. In 1614, he joined the Siege of Osaka.
  470. In 1614, he outlived Tadamasa and even the first son Iemasa in Utsunomiya Domain of 100,000 koku in Shimotsuke Province, therefore he could not afford to participate in the Siege of Osaka.
  471. In 1614, he passed away at the mansion of Takahisa SHINAGAWA in Shinagawa, Edo.
  472. In 1614, he succeeded to the lord due to the death of his father.
  473. In 1614, he took part in Osaka Fuyu no Jin (Winter Siege of Osaka) with his father for the Tokugawa side, and in 1615, he took part in Osaka Natsu no Jin (Summer Siege of Osaka) and made military exploits under command of Hidetada TOKUGAWA.
  474. In 1614, he took part in the Siege of Osaka as yari bugyo.
  475. In 1614, he was given the rank of Ippon (first rank of an imperial prince) and the highest position of Buddhist priests.
  476. In 1614, he was given title of Prince by Imperial decree, and was named Naosuke.
  477. In 1614, however, he walked out on Hideyori TOYOTOMI immediately before the Battle of Osaka in 1614.
  478. In 1614, upon the banishment of Toyotomi's chief elder retainer Katsumoto KATAGIRI, ONO came to be in a position to lead the Toyotomi family.
  479. In 1614, when Osaka no Jin (the Siege of Osaka) started, he entered Osaka-jo Castle and fought on the Toyotomi side.
  480. In 1614, when he returned from Edo to Komoro, he became ill and died on July 13 at Konosu, Bushu.
  481. In 1615 Ieyasu TOKUGAWA saw Ukai and was impressed by the taste of ayu baked on hot pebbles, so that it became a custom to present ayu to Edo Castle every year and 21 Ukai houses were each given 10 ryo as a salary.
  482. In 1615 after the establishment of the Edo bakufu, Shoshu Jin Shohatto (law decreeing rules for Buddhist temples) was enacted and the posts of soroku and inryoshiki were abolished, with the bakufu attempting to exert direct control.
  483. In 1615 after the fall of Osaka-jo Castle, Masanori visited Sadakiyo ISHIKAWA of Myoshin-ji Temple, and was given a part of the land in the complex of Myoshin-ji Temple, and founded Kaifuku-in Temple there to pray for the souls of the dead to rest in peace.
  484. In 1615 he was raised to peerage.
  485. In 1615, Ieyasu TOKUGAWA granted the shrine an estate with a value of over 73-koku, 8-masu (approximately 11,000 kg of rice).
  486. In 1615, Ieyasu TOKUGAWA had Suden and other scholars draft the Buke Shohatto which consisted of articles to which daimyo (feudal lords) should adhere including the encouragement of the literary and military arts and the prohibition of the construction of new castles.
  487. In 1615, Ieyasu TOKUGAWA saw ukai and relished ayu baked in hot pebbles.
  488. In 1615, Ieyasu established Kinchu narabini kuge shohatto (a set of regulations that applied to the emperor and the Kyoto nobles) to establish relationships between the bakufu and the Imperial court, and to clarify differences between the lord-retainer relationships in the Tokugawa shogun family and those in the Imperial Family.
  489. In 1615, Koetsu was given land in Takagamine by Ieyasu TOKUGAWA and moved into the area along with followers of the Hokke sect (Nichiren sect), including the Honami family, townspeople and craftsmen.
  490. In 1615, Naotsugu changed his name to Naokatsu and was transferred to the Annaka Domain in Kozuke Province with subdivided properties bearing 30,000 koku because he could not participate in Osaka no Eki (The Siege of Osaka) due to sickliness.
  491. In 1615, Nobumasa NAITO entered with 40,000 koku from Nagahama domain, Omi Province to establish the Takatsuki Domain.
  492. In 1615, Otsu-bugyo was positioned as ongoku-bugyo (magistrate placed in important areas for direct government control) and Otsu-daikan was placed under its command, but they were both abolished in 1722 when they were absorbed into Kyoto machi bugyo (Kyoto City Magistrates).
  493. In 1615, Sadatsugu was ordered by the Shogunate to commit suicide together with his son Juntei TSUTSUI on charge of his secret communication with the people of Osaka-jo Castle (the enemy) during Winter Siege of Osaka.
  494. In 1615, Yoshiharu was additionally granted 5,000 koku crop yields in the Tanba Province due to the distinguished war service at the Siege of Osaka; he then owned 20,000 koku crop yields in total.
  495. In 1615, at the Osaka Natsu no Jin (Summer Siege of Osaka) between the forces of Tokugawa and Toyotomi, because the tea master Muneyoshi KIMURA collaborated at Toyotomi's side, Furuta was implicated in a conspiracy against Tokugawa and forced to commit suicide along with his eldest son.
  496. In 1615, during his later years, he was given spacious premises at Takagamine in the northern suburb of Kyoto by Ieyasu TOKUGAWA, and ran an art village where various craftsmen got together that was unified by his own spirit of art.
  497. In 1615, during the early Edo period, it was authorized by the shogunate as a 40-koku temple.
  498. In 1615, he departed for the battle field at the Siege of Osaka (the Summer Siege of Osaka).
  499. In 1615, he entered Osaka-jo Castle at the Summer Siege of Osaka, and died in battle.
  500. In 1615, he performed Noh at Kinri (the Imperial Palace) and there was a record that said he was the superior performer at that time in "The Diary of Gien Jugo" (Jugo: an honorary rank next to Empress Dowager, and Empress).
  501. In 1615, he sent the following report from Japan:
  502. In 1615, he served as Toka no sechie Geben (a Kugyo who supervised many matters outside Jomei Gate at Toka no sechie, Imperial Court Ceremony), but died in 1616.
  503. In 1615, he took part in the Siege of Osaka, and later he served Ieyasu as an otogishu (adviser).
  504. In 1615, he was born as the third son of Narifusa ARAO.
  505. In 1615, he was conferred the title of Daisojo (the highest rank of Buddhist monks).
  506. In 1615, he was conferred to Dainagon(chief councilor).
  507. In 1615, he was listed in the Daimyo (feudal lord) families which were promoted to higher than Shihon (the fourth rank).
  508. In 1615, he was unofficially offered by Ieyas to give him the Kameyama-jo Castle (Ise Province) to be ranked as feudal lords, but he refused and died in Fushimi.
  509. In 1615, he was unofficially offered by Ieyasu to be ranked as feudal lords, but he refused saying satisfaction should be taken as a warning.
  510. In 1615, however, Naokatsu handed over his position as the lord of the Hikone domain to his younger brother Naotaka Ii by the order of the bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun).
  511. In 1615, the Jodo Sect established Kanto-Juhachi-Danrin in Edo, which grew to be a temporary Kangaku-ba, which was established in 1868 in Chioninzan (thus the establishment of the school was in 1968, and the 'monument to the school's establishment' is in front of Chion-in Sanmon).
  512. In 1615, upon fighting the Summer Battle of Osaka, Hidetada TOKUGAWA issued the military order to appoint armies to their posts and to define the military service and imposed them on the army.
  513. In 1615, when the castle was set on fire in the night by Kazuma ONO, Hidenaga TOYOTOMI, the lord of the castle, seeing the fire spreading down to the central part of the castle town, prayed to Genkuro Gitsune.
  514. In 1616 he became a pageboy of Hidetada TOKUGAWA with a stipend of 3,000 koku.
  515. In 1616 he took the tonsure and called himself 'Bokusai,'
  516. In 1616 the third-phase construction was started by only Hikone Domain.
  517. In 1616, 60,000 koku was added and he became the lord of the Kuwana domain holding 110,000 koku.
  518. In 1616, Ieyasu, who fell into a critical condition, entrusted his will about the title of god and funeral to Tenkai and so on.
  519. In 1616, Junson was bestowed the position of Gonsojo (the lowest grade that can be held by one who has reached the highest rank in the hierarchy of Buddhist priests).
  520. In 1616, Senhime married Tadatoki HONDA, the rightful heir to Tadamasa Honda, the lord of Kuwana Domain.
  521. In 1616, Wakokubon (text in Chinese, with Japanese leading marks) (Movable type imprints) - Ryukoku University Library
  522. In 1616, he became a monk and was named Gyonen, and he was appointed to nihon (the second rank for an Imperial Prince) in 1623.
  523. In 1616, he gave shelter to a child who had violated a shogunal taboo out of filial devotion and therefore incurred a rebuke from the shogunate, but 5 years later, in 1621, he was pardoned.
  524. In 1616, he lived in Minoura village, Sakata county, Omi Province as a guest of Naotaka II.
  525. In 1616, he was appointed as Jugoinoge (Junior Fifth Rank, Lower Grade), Bizen no kami (Governor of Bizen Province), and in 1621, he had his stipend increased to 20,000 koku.
  526. In 1616, he was born as a son of Takahiro KYOGOKU, the second lord of the domain.
  527. In 1616, he was given Jusanmi (Junior Third Rank) and joined the realm of kugyo (high-rank Court nobles).
  528. In 1616, she divorced Tadateru when he was stripped of his position, and returned to her father, Masamune, thereafter living in Sendai.
  529. In 1616, the 10th head of the Bojo family, Toshinao Bojo (later Gon dainagon, Tsunehiro KAJUJI) became Uhyoe no suke (assistant captain of the Right Division of Middle Palace Guards) Noritoyo KAJUJI's foster child and inherited the Kajuji family.
  530. In 1616, the Bakufu limited the arrival of ships from abroad to Nagasaki City and Hirado City, excluding those from the Ming Dynasty China.
  531. In 1616, there were two natural stones called ogres' tombs on the mountain of Fujisaka.
  532. In 1617, Iemitsu moved to Nishinomaru of Edo Castle where he received an envoy from the Imperial Court in 1618 and was seen attending an official event.
  533. In 1617, Masakazu also assumed the position of Bugyo (magistrate) of Kawachi Province (present-day Osaka Prefecture) and was given an official residence in Temma Minamikobata-machi in Osaka.
  534. In 1617, Nichiyo, the 24th chief priest of Mt. Kanama, went to Omosu and read Nika Sojo.
  535. In 1617, he oversaw the construction of Chion-in Temple in Kyoto.
  536. In 1617, he was appointed to otogishu (adviser) of Shogun Hidetada TOKUGAWA.
  537. In 1617, he was disinherited since Masamitsu adopted Masayuki HOSHINA, an illegitimate child of Hidetada TOKUGAWA.
  538. In 1617, he was transferred to the Takatsuki Domain, Settsu Province, with an increased 20,000 koku and he died on February 22, 1619 at age 40.
  539. In 1617, his son, Ujikane TODA, was ordered to change the territory to the Amagasaki Domain in Settsu Province.
  540. In 1618 construction work of the Nyogo Palace was started, however, after it was found out Emperor Gomizunoo's favorite lady, a court lady, Yotsuko YOTSUTSUJI (Oyotsu oryonin) gave birth to Prince Kamo no Miya, the arrangement for Kazuko's entry into the court became complicated.
  541. In 1618, Suden raised Konchin Temple (Minato-ku Ward, Tokyo Prefecture) in Edo.
  542. In 1618, he obtained additional 5,000 koku in Mino Province, and in 1627, he was awarded Karasuyama-jo Castle in Shimotsuke Province and ruled the land of 25,000 koku of the Karasuyama Domain.
  543. In 1618, he was brought back to the former territory, Katahara Domain, and became a daimyo (Japanese feudal lord) that held 10,000 koku.
  544. In 1619 during the period of Nagaakira, the Asano clan gained more territories due to the Fukushima clan being punished by being deprived of one's fief.
  545. In 1619 he was given a peerage.
  546. In 1619, Kasagi became a territory of the Tsu clan in Ise Province.
  547. In 1619, Masakazu was transferred from Bitchu Matsuyama to Omi Komuro, and there the Omi Komuro Domain was founded.
  548. In 1619, Mitsunobu WAKEBE entered the Ise-Ueno Domain, Ise province, being granted 20,000 koku (the unit showing the annual yield of rice).
  549. In 1619, a Tekka trial was held in present-day Hino town, Shiga Prefecture, and to comemmorate this, 'the monument of Old Kisuke's Tekka trial' was built in the precincts of Unko-ji Temple,
  550. In 1619, following Nagaakira ASANO, he moved to the Hiroshima domain, since then, the Ueda family has stayed in Hiroshima all the way to the present day, experiencing the Meiji Restoration and the Atomic-bomb attack.
  551. In 1619, he assumed Gon Dainagon.
  552. In 1619, he became Jusanmi (Junior Third Rank) and was ranked with Kugyo.
  553. In 1619, he changed the territory to Izumi Kishiwada Domain.
  554. In 1619, he received 2,000 koku from his father, Nobuyoshi MATSUDAIRA, who was the lord of the Tsuchiura Domain of 35,000 koku, in Hitachi Province.
  555. In 1619, he took over Hiroshima Castle following the dismissal of Masanori FUKUSHIMA.
  556. In 1619, he was appointed as the Fushin Bugyo (Minister of Civil Engineering and Construction Office) of Chion-in Temple, which was located in Kyoto.
  557. In 1619, he was appointed to be Gon Chunagon.
  558. In 1619, he was transferred to Koriyama Domain in Yamato Province, added up to 120 thousand koku by the shogunate which appreciated his ability of reconstruction.
  559. In 1619, his territory was changed to the 555 thousand koku Domain of Kishu, Ki Province, and he became a founder of the Kishu Tokugawa family.
  560. In 1619, when his father Masanori was punished by being deprived of his fief by order of the shogunate, he was attending Shogun Hidetada TOKUGAWA in Kyoto, but he moved to Takaino Domain with his father.
  561. In 1620 Tadataka married Kiku, the daughter of 長谷川求馬 who was Toyotomi-Ronin, as his second wife and before long two boys, namely Tadatsune NAGAOKA and Tadaharu NAGAOKA were born.
  562. In 1620 he became Jiju (Chamberlain) of the Emperor Gomizunoo and in 1622 he was entered the Konoefu (Headquarters of the Inner Palace Guards.)
  563. In 1620 he started publishing one hundred books of Noh chants called Genna Uduki Bon (a copy of a Noh miracle score).
  564. In 1620 he transferred control of the family estate to his third son Tadatoshi HOSOKAWA.
  565. In 1620 with highly evaluated and distinguished service at the Siege of Osaka, Toyouji ARIMA, the lord of Fukuchiyama Domain, became a daimyo (Japanese feudal lord) with 200,000 koku and was transferred to Kurume Domain in Chikugo Province.
  566. In 1620, Kokai became a pupil of Tenkai Sojo (a high-ranking Buddhist priest) who was referred to as Kokui no Saisho (a priest who has influence in politics).
  567. In 1620, Masanori's legitimate son and heir, Tadakatsu FUKUSHIMA died young, and Masanori returned his territory worth 25,000 koku to the bakufu.
  568. In 1620, Nagamasa ICHIHASHI was granted properties in both counties of Gamo and Yasu in Omi Province, and in Kawachi Province which bore 20,000 koku (1 koku was about 180 liter; an old unit showing volume) in total, and as a result, the Nishoji Domain was established.
  569. In 1620, he died at the age of 67 in Kyoto.
  570. In 1620, he resigned from the post of Kyoto Shoshidai and passed it to his son, Shigemune.
  571. In 1620, he returned to his birthplace Izushi and lived in a hermitage built at Sukyo-ji Temple, which had been revived by Yoshihide KOIDE, then the lord of a domain.
  572. In 1620, his rice field increased to 1000 koku after gaining some.
  573. In 1620, they served under Yorifusa TOKUGAWA of the Mito family and was given 15,000 koku, thereafter, he changed his post name to Danjo no jo (a post named "jo" [referring to a judge] in the "Danjo" [referring to the Ministry of Justice]).
  574. In 1620, three families became designated as court nobles using a part of the ten thousand-goku dowry that the daughter of the second shogun Hidetada TOKUGAWA Masako TOKUGAWA brought with her when she became the nyogo (a high-ranking lady in the court - a consort of an emperor) of Emperor Gomizunoo.
  575. In 1620, when his father was appointed to serve for Yorifusa, Mototsuna inherited the Shinshiro Domain and changed his post name to Bingo no kami.
  576. In 1621, Narushige MATSUDAIRA of the Ogyu-Matsudaira family from the Nishio Domain in Mikawa Province became the lord of the Kameyama Domain with assigned revenues of 22,000 koku.
  577. In 1621, Ujisato was born as the first son of Yoshisato ROKKAKU.
  578. In 1621, he became the instructor of Heiho for Iemitsu TOKUGAWA; and in 1629, he was appointed to Tajima-no-kuni no kami (Governor of Tajima Province) and given a court rank, Jugoinoge (Junior Fifth Rank, Lower Grade).
  579. In 1621, he changed the territory with additional properties of 31,000 koku to Omi Zeze Domain.
  580. In 1621, he relocated to Edo and made his home outside the Kajibashi Gate at Edo Castle.
  581. In 1621, he was appointed to the keeper of Sunpu-jo Castle.
  582. In 1621, his son, Toshitsugu, was ordered to change the territory again to the Nishio Domain.
  583. In 1621, the remains of Fushimi-jo Castle were relocated to the site by the request of Hidetada TOKUGAWA's lawful wife Sugenin, and it became the family temple of the Tokugawa family.
  584. In 1622, he was transferred to the Kaminoyama Domain, Dewa Province with his revenues increased to 40,000 koku.
  585. In 1622, he went to Edo.
  586. In 1622, upon the death of his father, he took over the head of the Tango-Kyogoku family and 78,200 koku of the 123,000 koku of his father's property inheritance. (10,000-koku=approximately 1.8 million liters of crop yield)
  587. In 1623 he was promoted to Sangi (councilor) in Shoshiinojo (Senior Fourth Rank, Upper Grade) and raised to the peerage as Kugyo (the top court officials), but died soon after that.
  588. In 1623 she was pregnant, in June, Hidetada and the eldest son, Iemitsu TOKUGAWA came to the Palace for Shogun senge (ceremony to appoint Seii Taishogun (literally "great general who subdues the barbarians")), then they received ten thousand koku land belonging to the Imperial Palace.
  589. In 1623, England closed its Hirado trading house.
  590. In 1623, after spending thirteen years in Tsushima, Nichio was pardoned and the gutsu (missionary activities) of Fuju-fuse-gi was allowed.
  591. In 1623, after the death of Kiyotsugu NAITO, Tadayo SAKAI and Tadakatsu SAKAI (the lord of Obama Domain, Wakasa Province) became the successors and were appointed as councilors for Iemitsu.
  592. In 1623, he became an official in charge of the ceremonies at the western citadel of a castle and was granted a shoryo (territory) of 20,000 koku in the Itabana domain in the Kozuke Province.
  593. In 1623, he died in Edo.
  594. In 1623, he handed over Shogunate to his legitimate son Iemitsu TOKUGAWA.
  595. In 1623, he made his youngest brother, Yasunobu KANO, succeed Sadanobu Kano, the head of the Kano school, as his adopted son, and Tanyu took over the Kajibashi Kano family.
  596. In 1623, he returned to Kyoto accompanying Hidetada and died in Kyoto.
  597. In 1623, he served Tadahiro KATO, the feudal lord of Kumamoto Domain, Higo Province.
  598. In 1623, on the occasion of the appointment of the third Seii Taishogun of the bakufu, Iemitsu TOKUGAWA, he played the role of shokei (one who verbally conveys an informal message from the Emperor).
  599. In 1623, the Yodo Domain was established when Sadatsuna MATSUDAIRA from the Kakegawa Domain in Enshu Province took over the domain with assigned revenues of 35,000 koku.
  600. In 1623, when his brother Tadanao was forced to withdraw from the family head and exiled to the Bungo Province due to his misconduct and his quarrels with Hidetada TOKUGAWA, Naomasa changed the territory with additional properties of 50,000 koku in Echizen-Ono.
  601. In 1624 he died at the age of 79.
  602. In 1624, Kodai-ji Temple invited Rinzai Sect Kennin-ji Temple priest Sanko Joeki to serve as a reviving founder.
  603. In 1624, by Nobuhiro KONOE's recommendation, Shojo moved to Edo so as to be employed as calligraphic instructor of the Shogun family.
  604. In 1624, he became a yushi (another's child considered as one's own) of Emperor Gomizunoo, then in 1626, he received the Imperial order for being an Imperial Prince and was named Tadahito.
  605. In 1624, he died in Takaino Domain.
  606. In 1624, he was again transferred to the Mino-Ogaki Domain with an estimated rice yield of 50,000 koku.
  607. In 1624, he was appointed teacher of the third shogun Iemitsu TOKUGAWA (the eldest son of Hidetada), and subsequently joined the bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun) government.
  608. In 1624, he was conferred a peerage.
  609. In 1624, he was conferred to a peerage.
  610. In 1624, the Bakufu broke diplomatic relations with Spain, prohibiting the arrival of Spanish ships.
  611. In 1624, when he did not follow Tadamasa's order to move Masanari's territory to Echizen, he became a masterless warrior again and was placed in confinement at home in the territory of his son Masakatsu.
  612. In 1625, Emperor Go-Yozei's seventh prince, Takamatsu no miya Yoshihito, established Arisugawa no miya.
  613. In 1625, a Nijo Jodai (governor) and Nijo Zaiban (guards) were stationed at Nijo-jo Castle for its management and defense while the Shogun was not there.
  614. In 1625, he entered Mannen-zan Sokoku-ji Temple, and became its 95th chief priest.
  615. In 1625, he was born in Zeze as the third child and oldest son of Sadayoshi SUGANUMA, the first lord of the Kameyama Domain in Tanba Province (in those days, the lord of the Zeze Domain in Omi Province).
  616. In 1626 Tadaoki HOSOKAWA visited Tadataka's residence at the site of Rikyu's Juraku residence, Bishamon-cho, Kyoto, and met his grandson for the first time.
  617. In 1626 he establishes the jinya (regional government office) in Shingu, Itto District, Harima Province (present Shingu-cho, Tatsuno City, Hyogo Prefecture) and founded the Shingu-han Domain.
  618. In 1626, Hidetada and Iemitsu came to Kyoto and Emperor Gomizunoo visited the Nijo-jo Castle, Kazuko gave birth to Imperial Prince Sukehito on December 31 in the same year (died young).
  619. In 1626, Ryonyo became a priest and was adopted by Yukiie KUJO, the chief adviser to the Emperor, whose daughter was naishitsu (the first wife of the Emperor).
  620. In 1626, Shinsuke SATO, a rich merchant in Mito, Hitachi Province, started minting this coin upon obtaining the permission of Edo bakufu and Mito Domain, but this coin was not a coin officially permitted by the government yet at this time.
  621. In 1626, after Shigenao MATSUDAIRA entered into Sanda from Kaminoyama Domain in Dewa Province receiving 30,000 koku, Sanda Domain was restored.
  622. In 1626, he accompanied Iemitsu TOKUGAWA on his visit to Kyoto.
  623. In 1626, he followed Iemitsu TOKUGAWA to Kyoto.
  624. In 1626, he was appointed to be Shinnoke Chokubetto (steward at an Imperial Prince's family) due to the birth of Prince Sukehito, the second Imperial Prince of the Emperor Gomizunoo.
  625. In 1626, he was given 40,000 koku of the Kaminoyama Domain.
  626. In 1626, he was given the title of Imperial Prince.
  627. In 1627, at the age of 15, he studied at Seitoku Shoin, a hanko (domain school) in Sakura Domain (the predecessor of the present Chiba Prefectural Sakura Senior High School).
  628. In 1627, he accompanied Hidetada TOKUGAWA, an ogosho (leading or influential figure) who resigned from the position of shogun, and Iemitsu TOKUGAWA (Hidetada and Iemitsu were father and son) and went to Kyoto.
  629. In 1627, he died at the age of 65.
  630. In 1627, he resigned from Gon Dainagon.
  631. In 1627, he was born in Chotoku-ji Temple as a child of Myokaku (the fourth heir of the Chotoku-ji Temple), who was the chief priest of Chotoku-ji Temple (a branch temple of Higashi Hongan-ji Temple) at the present Nihonmatsu, Kamigyo Ward, Kyoto City.
  632. In 1627, he was called again to serve as an independent feudal lord, and was given the territory of 20,000 koku in Mooka, Shimotsuke Province.
  633. In 1627, in the turmoil following Tadasato GAMO's death, the Gamo Clan lost control of the 400,000 koku Aizu Domain, which was given to Yoshiaki.
  634. In 1627, the bakufu annulled Emperor Gomizunoo's charter that allowed the wearing of sie by reason of violating the acts and ordered Kyoto Shoshidai (The Kyoto deputy) to confiscate the sie in question.
  635. In 1627, when the bakufu, Iemitsu TOKUGAWA, the third Shogun learned of this, and since there was no consultation in advance he therefore considered this a violation of the law and annulled many of the Imperial decrees and ordered Shigemune ITAKURA of the Kyoto Shoshidai to confiscate any illegal Shies.
  636. In 1628, Katsuhime married Mitsumasa IKEDA, leaving her mother to live alone.
  637. In 1628, Toshitsune sent Toshitaka MAEDA as a messenger and Tomoyoshi was persuaded to travel to Kanazawa, but he became sick in Omi Province during that trip and he died after returning.
  638. In 1628, he appealed a withdrawal of hokokamae through the mediator Tenkai, however, he did not agree to the unilateral conditions proposed by TODO clan and the negotiation was broken off after he expressed his complaint and discontent toward Takatora.
  639. In 1628, he became Ukone no Gon no chujo (provisional middle captain of the right division of inner palace guards).
  640. In 1628, he became a vassal of Naotaka II, was given 500 koku, and moved near Hikone-jo Castle.
  641. In 1628, however, it was found that he faked illness and went to falconry instead of going to work.
  642. In 1629 the Shie Incident happened between the Imperial Palace and the Tokugawa shogunate, on November 22 of the same year, Emperor Mizunoo suddenly succeeded to the throne, and the first Princess was officially appointed as an Imperial Princess.
  643. In 1629, Shojo dedicated a waka (a traditional Japanese poem of thirty-one syllables) to Takuan Soho, lamenting his exile due to the Shie Incident (the great conflict between the shogunate and the Imperial Court).
  644. In 1629, Sozen YAMANA restored the building.
  645. In 1629, he became a Shogun's retainer to be provided 3,000 koku.
  646. In 1629, he became the 32nd head priest of Chion-in Temple in Kyoto, and when Chion-in Temple was burnt down by fire, he rebuilt it under the aegis of the grandson of Ieyasu, the 3rd Shogun, Iemitsu TOKUGAWA.
  647. In 1629, he passed away at the age of 51.
  648. In 1629, he was appointed to a vice minister of Kageyushicho (office that check the records of out-going officials).
  649. In 1629, the bakufu exiled Takuan and other high priests who rebelled against the bakufu to the Provinces of Dewa and Mutsu.
  650. In 1629, the bakufu exiled Takuan, Sohaku, Tanden and Togen to Kaminoyama City in Dewa Province, Tanakura in Mutsu Province, Yuri in Mutsu Province and Tsugaru, respectively.
  651. In 1629, when Iemitsu was stricken with smallpox, she visited Ise Jingu Shrine to pray that he would be cured, and in the tenth month of that year she went to Kyoto on her way back and tried to arrange an audience at court.
  652. In 1629, when Kasuga no Tsubone visited Kyoto as a representative of Iemitsu, who was ill, she had no credentials to access to the imperial court.
  653. In 1630 after the death of Nobukatsu, the sixth son, Takanaga ODA took over as head of the family.
  654. In 1630 he transferred to Gon Chunagon (provisional vice-councilor of state).
  655. In 1630, Ryonyo became the 13th chief priest of Nishi Hongan-ji Temple after Junnyo passed away, and in 1638 he was appointed Daisojo (a Buddhist priest of the highest order).
  656. In 1630, after the second meijin Doseki NAKAMURA died, in order to determine the successor, Sanchi played with Sanetsu HONINBO rokubango (six-game go match) as oshirogo (game played in the presence of the shogun in the castle during the Edo period) from 1645.
  657. In 1630, he became Jusani (Junior Third Rank) and ranked with Kugyo (the top court officials).
  658. In 1630, he judged the conflicts that arose between senior vassals again.
  659. In 1630, he married Princess Kame (Hojuin) who was the daughter of the Lord of the Fukui Domain, Tadanao MATSUDAIRA and adopted daughter of the second Shogun Hidetada TOKUGAWA.
  660. In 1630, he was presented Nihon (second class).
  661. In 1630, the conflict between the Jufuse school and the Fujufuse school was reignited.
  662. In 1630, when Senmatsumaru (also known as Mitsutaka HACHISUKA), a legitimate child between Tadateru HACHISUKA and his lawful wife, Shigehime (a great-grandchild of Tokuhime and also a daughter of Tadanaga OGASAWARA) was born, she was consulted on the choice of wet nurses.
  663. In 1631 he became Shosanmi (Senior Third Rank), but in 1635 he passed away.
  664. In 1631 he became Tsukaiban (a person responsible for orders and patrol in a battlefield) and on February 21, 1633 received orders to go on an inspection tour of the 5 home provinces (Yamashiro, Yamato, Kawachi, Izumi, Settsu).
  665. In 1631, Jufukuin passed away in the Edo residence of the Kaga domain.
  666. In 1631, Masahiro was allowed to rule a territory in Kazusa Province worth 1,000 koku of rice.
  667. In 1631, as Nobuhiro died, Nobuyoshi became the third lord of the domain.
  668. In 1631, he changed his name to Yukiie.
  669. In 1631, he confiscated Tadanaga's territories and placed him under house arrest, but around that time, he became indisposed and he died in early 1632.
  670. In 1631, she retired from prostitution and got married with Shoeki.
  671. In 1631, the Bakufu launched the Hosho-sen system (a system which only allowed ships to trade if they had both a Shuin-jo [shogunate license to trade] and a Hosho [license to trade issued by a Roju--member of shogun's council of elders]).
  672. In 1631, the mother of Dokaku died.
  673. In 1631, the shogunate banned the construction of a new temple, and the following year it compelled every main temple to submit a 'matsuji cho' (list of sub-temples).
  674. In 1631, this temple was restored by Sokuze-in Nikkan (a disciple of Niccho), who is considered chuko ("Great Reviver") of the temple.
  675. In 1631, with the arrival of the first chief priest (High Priest Yugen Shorin), Daiko-ji Temple was built in the present location, affiliated with the Nanzen-ji School of the Rinzai Sect and, has been passed down 27 generations to the present day.
  676. In 1632 Mitsukuni and his older brother (Yorishige) whose existence became manifest were received into Mito Castle.
  677. In 1632 he moved up to Jusanmi (Junior Third Rank) and ranked among Kugyo (the top court officials).
  678. In 1632 he was given a peerage.
  679. In 1632 when the Hosokawa clan was transferred from Buzen Province and Bungo Province to the Kumamoto Domain of Higo Province by the order of the shogunate, Okinaga was given 30,000 koku of Tamana County and Koshi County.
  680. In 1632, Munenori was appointed as Sometsuke (chief inspector of shogunate which was later renamed "Ometsuke") together with Masashige INOUE and was given additional stipend 3,000 koku.
  681. In 1632, at the age of ten, he lost his father; then his mother and elder brother raised him.
  682. In 1632, he assumed Gon Dainagon and served in this position until 1637.
  683. In 1632, he became a Sangi.
  684. In 1632, he became the first inspector general for bakufu, assuming the task of supervising feudal lords.
  685. In 1632, he was appointed as Obanyaku (a job to guard Kyoto).
  686. In 1632, the Ordinance of Amnesty was issued when Shogun Hidetada TOKUGAWA passed away and those priests who had been involved in the Shie Incident were pardoned thanks to the efforts of Tenkai and Munenori YAGYU.
  687. In 1632, when Tadatoshi became feudal lord of land in Kumamoto Domain in Higo Province with yield of 540,000 koku and moved to Kumamoto Castle, Tadaoki decided to retire to the Kita-no-maru (the north keep) of Yatsushiro Castle in South Kumamoto.
  688. In 1633 he died in a house of Yoichi SUMINOKURA, a merchant who lived in Kyoto.
  689. In 1633, 4,000 koku was added; in 1645, the territory was changed to Annaka, Kozuke Province and koku to 20,000.
  690. In 1633, Naokiyo NAGAI who was a shoinban (the castle guard) and a hatamoto with 8,000 koku in his possession within Kazusa Province and Shimousa Province gained another territory in Yamashiro Province, Kii Province, and Settsu Province in addition to his original territory to be promoted to Daimyo with 12,000 koku.
  691. In 1633, along with a series of measures and the policy that were performed as a part of the rule of the new reign of the new monarch by Iemitsu, Tadayuki was given an additional 10,000 koku.
  692. In 1633, around the time of the Shogun Iemitsu TOKUGAWA, he first worked as Shoinbanshi (the shogun's body guard or the castle guard) and Sojaban (an official in charge of the ceremonies).
  693. In 1633, carrying a hosho was made completely obligatory, leading to the extinction of a shuin-sen system.
  694. In 1633, he again changed the territory with additional properties of 70,000 koku in Shinano in Matsumoto.
  695. In 1633, in the Edo Period, Naokiyo NAGAI was assigned to this castle (domain of Nagaoka in Yamashiro Province), and he did some renovation, but it was deserted in 1649 when he was transferred again to the domain of Takatsuki in Settsu Province.
  696. In 1633, she died at the Edo residence of Tadataka KYOGOKU at the age of 64.
  697. In 1633, the Bakufu issued the first National Isolation Edict.
  698. In 1633, the bakufu divided Kuki clan's territory of 56,000 koku into two for the reason of succession dispute, in which Hisataka KUKI's territory was changed to Sanda Domain with 36,000 koku and Takasue KUKI's territory was transferred to Ayabe Domain in Tanba Province with 20,000 koku.
  699. In 1634 Mitsukuni and Eishoin were received in an audience with Shogun Iemitsu at Edo-jo Castle.
  700. In 1634 he accompanied the Shogun Iemitsu TOKUGAWA on a tour of the capital and on October 29, 1637 as an inspector, he proceeded to the Funai Domain in Bungo Province.
  701. In 1634 he was assigned to Kyoto ahead of Iemitsu TOKUGAWA's own trip to the capital, and on June 15, 1640 sent to Senba in Musashi Province for the reconstruction of Senba Tosho-gu Shrine.
  702. In 1634 the stone chamber of the back circular part was discovered and it had a front room and a back room and was built in the early seventh century.
  703. In 1634, Kazuko's older brother, Iemitsu, who became new Shogun, came to Kyoto to see his niece, Empress Meisho, and visited the Palace of Tofukumon in.
  704. In 1634, Sadayoshi SUGANUMA from the Zeze Domain in Omi Province took over Kameyama with assigned revenues of 41,000 koku, but the second lord, Sadaakira SUGANUMA had no heir and died in 1648, and consequently, the Suganuma clan forfeited their territories.
  705. In 1634, Shino, the second head of the family, was invited to Nishi Hongan-ji Temple by Ryonyo Shonin, the 13th head of the temple, with the family becoming tea ceremony instructors and continuing to receive the patronage of Nishi Hongan-ji Temple.
  706. In 1634, he changed the territory with additional properties of 10,000 koku, 41,000 koku total, to the Kameyama Domain of Tanba Province.
  707. In 1634, he moved to the Tanba-Kameyama Domain in Tanba Province.
  708. In 1634, he was appointed as Jugoinoge and referred to himself as Dewa no kami.
  709. In 1634, he was engaged in the renovation work of Enryaku-ji Temple on Mt. Hiei, which was damaged during the fire attack against Mt. Hiei (in 1571) by Nobunaga ODA.
  710. In 1634, he was sued by Takasuke MIBU, who claimed that the shutsuno was impinging the authority of the higher-ranked kanmu.
  711. In 1634, the Bakufu issued the second National Isolation Edict.
  712. In 1634, the conference system was changed to a system where each of the three councilors would take turns on a monthly duty system and six assistants (predecessors of junior assistants system) were appointed to support the business of the councilors.
  713. In 1634, when Hakuan RYUZOJI, a son of Takafusa, named himself Sueaki RYUZOJI, and insisted to Iemitsu TOKUGAWA that the Saga Domain belong to the Ryuzoji clan, Yasutoshi went to Edo and claimed to Bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun) that the reign of the Nabeshima clan was a legal one.
  714. In 1635, 10,000 koku was added and his territory was changed to the Tanaka Domain in Suruga Province.
  715. In 1635, Toyonao GOMI was appointed as daikan bugyo (magistrate) in Kyoto and set up an encampment called Kyoto gundai in the west side of the Nijo-jo Castle, which is allegedly the origin of the Kyoto daikan.
  716. In 1635, he changed his first name to 'Akiyoshi' and stepped down from Sessho.
  717. In 1635, he succeeded his father as the lord of the Tannan Domain after the latter's death.
  718. In 1635, he was promoted to Juichii (Junior First Rank) and, in June 1640, through reporting by Iemitsu, he was appointed to udaijin (minister of the right) that was quite exceptional for the Sanjonishi family.
  719. In 1635, oral proceedings by Yoshinari SO and Shigeoki YANAGAWA were conducted in the presence of the third Shogun Iemitsu TOKUGAWA.
  720. In 1635, the Bakufu issued the third National Isolation Edict.
  721. In 1636, Iemitsu constructed the Tosho-gu Shrine, which he visited ten times during his lifetime.
  722. In 1636, after the death of Ieyasu, Iemitsu TOKUGAWA moved the statue of Ieyasu from the Sento-gosho Imperial Palace to this shrine to be the enshrined deity.
  723. In 1636, as Naohide visited the residence of Yojuin to say goodbye prior to his departure to Edo, he emptied a cup of sake Yojuin suggested, whereupon he started to struggle and died.
  724. In 1636, he gained additional properties to become daimyo with 10000 koku, and founded Omi Kutsuki Domain.
  725. In 1636, he had his stipend raised to 10,000 koku in total, ranked with feudal lords, and established the Yagyu Domain in the Yamato Province.
  726. In 1636, he met Iemitsu TOKUGAWA and was comfirmed as the successor of the family, however he died at an early age in 1645.
  727. In 1636, he obtained 4,000 goku additionally, which made him a daimyo with a total goku of 10,000 (1803.9 cubic meters).
  728. In 1636, he was forgiven and became a Buddhist monk, and later in 1652 returned to Kyoto.
  729. In 1636, the Bakufu issued the fourth National Isolation Edict.
  730. In 1637, Ofuri-no-kata had Chiyohime, the first daughter of Iemitsu (later became the wife of Mitsutomo TOKUGAWA, the lord of the Owari domain), but her health deteriorated due to the childbirth and Ona-a nursed her (Ofuri-no-kata died in 1640 in spite of Ona-a's nursing).
  731. In 1637, he made a huge contribution to the construction of Sofuku-ji Temple (located in Nagasaki City), being listed in the Yon-dai Danotsu (the Four Danapati [donators]) or one of the Gio-nanrin.
  732. In 1637, he studied under Ingen Ryuki (Yinyuan Longqi) in Manpuku-ji Temple on Mt. Obaku in Fuzhou, China, and received Bosatsu-kai (Bodhisattva Precepts).
  733. In 1637, he went to war to suppress the Shimabara Rebellion with Shigenari.
  734. In 1638 he was conferred a peerage.
  735. In 1638, Yojuin (Matehime) died in Hirosaki.
  736. In 1638, following his father's death, Yasunobu took over as head of his family and became the second Lord of Sakura Domain.
  737. In 1638, he changed his territory to Matsue in Izumo with an additional properties of 186,000 koku (and also governed 14,000 koku in Oki Province on behalf of someone else), and became kokushu (kokushu daimyo, a rank of territorial load in Edo period).
  738. In 1638, he was reappointed to be Ukone no daisho (Major Captain of the Right Division of Inner Palace Guards) and worked at Konoefu, but in 1639, he resigned from both positions.
  739. In 1639 he celebrated genpuku (his attainment of manhood).
  740. In 1639 the Shokyu-ji Temple became a subsidiary of the Nishi Hongan-ji Temple.
  741. In 1639, Katsunari inherited the Fukuyama Domain upon his father's retirement.
  742. In 1639, Yuzan was born as a child of Shigehisa DAIDOJI.
  743. In 1639, he became Jusanmi Chunagon (Junior Third Rank, Associate Chief of the Councillor of State) and was ranked with Kugyo.
  744. In 1639, he passed away at the age of 88 at Saiho-ji Temple in Ioka, Kyoto.
  745. In 1639, the Bakufu issued the fifth National Isolation Edict.
  746. In 1639, when she was a servant of Eikoin, a concubine of Iemitsu, she was loved at first sight by Iemitsu and appointed as servant of Kasuga no tsubone, becoming a concubine of his.
  747. In 1640, Portuguese ships came from Macau to ask the Bakufu to resume trade with Portugal.
  748. In 1640, Princess Bunchi (childhood name Ume-no-miya), who was the first daughter of Emperor Gomizunoo, became Daitsu Bunchi (knowledgeable person, Bunchi) after becoming a nun at the age of 22, regarding Buccho Kokushi (the most reverend priest of the principal Buddha) as her mentor.
  749. In 1640, he became Imperial Prince by Imperial proclamation and called himself Sonjun.
  750. In 1640, he took on the role on-site of handing over Takatori Castle which had been granted to Iemasa UEMURA.
  751. In 1640, he was conferred and appointed Jugoinoge Sakon no shogen (Junior Fifth Rank, Lower Grade, Lieutenant the Left Division of Inner Palace Guards).
  752. In 1640, he was designated as the head priest of the Tendai sect, and later he received the appointments twice, however, he resigned the post at the third appointment offered in 1655.
  753. In 1640, he was further awarded 2,000 goku and 500 goku, respectively, to become a daimyo with his feud of 12,500 goku (2254.875 cubic meters) in total.
  754. In 1640, he was invited as an honored guest by the lord of Kumamoto-jo Castle, Tadatoshi HOSOKAWA, and moved to Kumamoto (present Kumamoto City, Kumamoto Prefecture).
  755. In 1640, he was transferred to Minagawa Domain in Shimotsuke Province and he died on December 27, next year.
  756. In 1641, Daitsu Bunchi made a thatched hut in Shugakuin, Kyoto.
  757. In 1641, he had Jozan ISHIKAWA structure a Japanese garden on the land he received from Iemitsu TOKUGAWA (Shoseien Garden of today), where he retreated after passing over the post of Hoshu to his second son, Takunyo, in 1653.
  758. In 1641, he was conferred peerage.
  759. In 1641, the national isolation system was completed.
  760. In 1641, when Dokaku was twelve years old, he became a temple servant at the Chokeizan Ryusen-ji Temple of the Soto sect of Zen Buddhism, in Iwaikawa village of Ogachi County (present-day Aza Higashi mura, Iwaikawa, Higashinaruse village).
  761. In 1642 he became the crown prince, and he was enthroned the following year after the abdication of his sister, Empress Meisho.
  762. In 1642 he was celebrated his coming of age (a ritual of Genpuku, meaning clothing initiation and the formal recognition of adulthood) and was appointed Sakon e no chujo.
  763. In 1642, Edo Sanjusangen-do Hall was constructed at Asakusa in Edo, and with more events held than the Kyoto Sanjusangen-do Hall, it had a large crowd, but it never did beat the new record in Oyakazu set by Kyoto.
  764. In 1642, Sosa KOSHIN (the 4th head of the school) began to work for the Kishu-Tokugawa family recruited by the first domain lord of the Kishu clan Yorinobu TOKUGAWA who was well versed in chanoyu (the tea ceremony).
  765. In 1642, Soshitsu SENSO, the 4th head of the Urasenke school, was retained by the already retired Toshitsune MAEDA of the Maeda clan, and was given a 200 koku salary with a residence at San-no-maru in Komatsu-jo castle.
  766. In 1642, fudai daimyo (hereditary vassals to the Tokugawa family) were required to live in Edo and their own feudal domains each for one year, which meant that all daimyo excluding the cabinet officials of the Shogunate were subject to sankin-kotai, in principle.
  767. In 1642, he began to learn neo-Confucianism (based on the teachings of Wang Yangming and his followers) as a pupil of Toju NAKAE, who resigned from Ozu Domain of Iyo Province and returned to his home Ogawa Village, Omi Province (the present Takashima City, Shiga Prefecture).
  768. In 1642, the Kanjogashira sei (a system controlled by a chief financial officer) was established, which put Gundai and Daikan under its jurisdiction, but Kanto Gundai was brought under the control of the Roju (members of the Shogun's council of elders) later on.
  769. In 1642, the Puritan Revolution broke out.
  770. In 1642, the great famine of the Kanei era occurred, but the ruling system of the bakufu was not shaken.
  771. In 1643 she passed the throne to her half younger brother, Emperor Gokomyo when she was twenty one years old, and became ex-empress, then became a nun.
  772. In 1643, Musashi began to write "Gorin no sho" in Reigan-do Cave on Iwato at Mt. Kinbo (Mt. Kinpo, near to Kumamoto City).
  773. In 1643, at the age of fourteen, Ryoo visited the Chuson-ji Temple in Hiraizumi of Mutsu Province (later, Rikuchu Province) (present-day Hiraizumi-cho, Iwate Prefecture).
  774. In 1643, he succeeded his father as a head of the family and became the second lord of the Kameyama Domain.
  775. In 1643, he was appointed to Sakonoe no shosho (minor captain of the left division of inner palace guards).
  776. In 1644 he was appointed Sangi (Councilor), but the following year he resigned his post.
  777. In 1644, Dokaku retuned to his hometown to see his father, who was ill, he prayed at the Hachiman-jinja Shrine, after his stay at the shrine, he continued to practice and learn as an ascetic monk in various places to make his big dream come true.
  778. In 1644, during the investigation of the successive head of the go house after Doseki, Genkaku and Saneetsu HONINBO both declined, and neither was Santetsu YASUI able to access the post.
  779. In 1644, he was appointed to be Buke tenso (staff in the Imperial Palace) and then, in 1649, he became Inbetto (chief administrator of the Retired Emperor's Office)of the retired Emperor Gomizunoo.
  780. In 1644, he was born in Kyoto as the second child of Sukeyuki YANAGIWARA (Gon Dainagon (provisional chief councilor of state)).
  781. In 1644, he was inaugurated as the 173rd head priest of Tendai Sect cum Homu (director of temple affairs) of Mt. Nikko and repaired Nikko Toshogu Shrine.
  782. In 1644, she came to live with the third shogun Iemitsu TOKUGAWA's concubine, Onatsu no kata (later Junshoin), who left Edo-jo Castle to observe a taboo and ward off misfortune, and Iemitsu's second son Tsunashige TOKUGAWA, whom Onatsu no kata later gave birth to.
  783. In 1644, the bakufu ordered feudal lords all across the country to draw up maps of their domains and castle, and issued a ban on buying and selling fields to control farmers.
  784. In 1645 he was conferred a peerage.
  785. In 1645, he was appointed to Sangi (councilor), becoming a kugyo.
  786. In 1645, he was employed again by Mitsumasa IKEDA in Okayama Domain thanks to a recommendation by Takahiro KYOGOKU.
  787. In 1645, struck by a typhoon, all buildings except for the three-storied pagoda were destroyed.
  788. In 1645, the peerage was conferred on him.
  789. In 1645, when at the age of 11, she was entrusted to the Fukuda family in Fushimiyanagi-cho (Chushojima), and then in 1648, when at the age of 14, she became "kakoi" (a female living in a male's second house), and her given name was changed to "Senko (Chiko)."
  790. In 1646 he passed away in Kyoto at the age of 67.
  791. In 1646, he came to Kyoto and changed his career from samurai to merchant.
  792. In 1646, she gave birth to Tsunayoshi.
  793. In 1647, Kokai was appointed as Sojo and in 1648, the following year, assumed the position of daisojo (a Buddhist priest of the highest order).
  794. In 1647, he became Sobayaku (Secretary) of Mitsumasa IKEDA, and was chigyo (enfeoffment) 300 koku.
  795. In 1647, he inherited the Matsumoto Domain upon his father Tadakiyo's death.
  796. In 1647, he put his efforts into fushin (construction) of Zojo-ji Temple in Edo and construction repairs of Edo-jo Castle.
  797. In 1647, he succeeded to his father after his father's death.
  798. In 1647, he was conferred the title of Nihon (the second court rank for Imperial Princes) and was inaugurated as the 177th head priest of Tendai Sect.
  799. In 1647, he was reappointed as Sessho and became Kanpaku later.
  800. In 1647, the manager appointed by Tsushima clan began residing in the wakan.
  801. In 1647, two Portuguese ships came to ask the Bakufu to resume trade with Portugal.
  802. In 1648, Ryoo moved into the Zuigan-ji Shrine located in Matsushima of the Sendai Domain (present-day Matsushima-cho, Miyagi Prefecture).
  803. In 1648, he was raised to Naidaijin (minister of the center).
  804. In 1648, his son Moriharu BESSHO was pardoned, and was later granted 1,000 bales.
  805. In 1649 he became Naidaijin (Minister of the Center), but resigned shortly thereafter.
  806. In 1649, Naomasa NAGAI, the lord of Yodo-jo Castle invites Manan Eishu to restore the temple in its current site which was originally occupied by the Asahi Chaen (tea garden).
  807. In 1649, Oliver Cromwell, the leader of the revolution, executed Charles I (then King of England) and abolished the monarchy.
  808. In 1649, he accompanied Mitsumasa to Edo.
  809. In 1649, he transferred to Takatsuki domain provided with another 24,000 koku, so the original domain was abolished.
  810. In 1649, he was given the title of Imperial Prince.
  811. In 1650, Iemitsu ordered Ietsuna TOKUGAWA to act for him in ceremonies due to illness, and in April of 1651 he died in Edo-jo Castle.
  812. In 1650, he changed the position to Nishinomarukachigashira (leader of the group walking first place in line and guarding streets for the shogun) and was given 500 bales of rinmai (rice stored by a feudal government or domains), and was allowed to wear hoi (clothing for kuge) during ceremonies.
  813. In 1650, he took up a new position as the chief priest of Taihei-ji Temple in Kenseki.
  814. In 1650, he was promoted even higher to general manager of Teppo-gumi (a Group of musketeers), which was a joshi (a high-ranking samurai in the clan) being chigyo 3,000 koku.
  815. In 1650, she was born as the first princess of the Emperor Gokomyo.
  816. In 1650, the temple was revived by a monk called Tetsugyu Shonin (the holy priest Tetsugyu) and converted to the Jodoshu sect.
  817. In 1651, he drafted the rules of 'Hanazono-kai' (a circle for the education of the ordinary people), and this circle was the predecessor of 'Shizutani School,' which was founded in 1670 - when Banzan already left the Okayama Domain - as the first school in Japan that was open to ordinary people.
  818. In 1651, he experienced genpuku (a coming-of-age celebration for boys).
  819. In 1651, he succeeded to the teachings.
  820. In 1651, his son Noriyuki ISHIKAWA was ordered to change the territory to the Ise-Kameyama Domain in Ise Province.
  821. In 1651, the court decided to award a position of Shoichii (Senior First Rank) Dajo-daijin (Grand minister of state) and a posthumous name "Taiyuin" to Iemitsu TOKUGAWA, and sent Saneharu SAIONJI, who was the Minister of the Interior, to Nikko as an envoy.
  822. In 1651, their wedding ceremony was held after the genpuku (coming-of-age ceremony) of Imperial Prince, then she gave birth to Yaonomiya (latter-day Imperial Princess Tomoko) three years later in June 1654.
  823. In 1652 He was conferred a peerage.
  824. In 1652 he became Junii Gon Chunagon (Junior Second Rank, Provisional Vice-councilor of State), but in 1656 he resigned his post.
  825. In 1652 he received instruction under Sen no Sotan and built a retreat at Sanpo-ji Temple in Narutaki village of Rakuhoku.
  826. In 1652, he shaved his head to become a priest and called himself 'Keikan.'
  827. In 1652, he was appointed to be Udaijin (the minister of the right), but died in the same year.
  828. In 1652, he was conferred full mastership by Sotan, so he built a teahouse on the premises of Sanpo-ji Temple in Narutaki Village, a suburb of Kyoto.
  829. In 1652, he was raised to Junii (junior second rank), and later promoted to Sangi (councilor).
  830. In 1653 he went to Kyoto where he became a disciple of Kaneyori HAGIWARA.
  831. In 1653 the Tamagawa Water Supply System was completed, and the development of the Musashino Plateau moved ahead as planned.
  832. In 1653, Shigenari died (there is an opinion that the demand he made for the reduction of nengu (land tax) on the ruined Amakusa region was not accepted by the central government, so he suicided himself to protest the decision.)
  833. In 1653, Tsunayoshi celebrated his coming-of-age and was conferred Jusanmi Chujo (Middle Captain, Junior Third Rank).
  834. In 1653, he handed over the position of the chief priest of Taihei-ji Temple to Jifei Ruyi.
  835. In 1653, he was conferred Jusanmi (Junior Third Rank) and joined the realm of kugyo (high-rank Court nobles).
  836. In 1654 he married Hiroko KONOE (Taihime), the second daughter of Nobuhiro KONOE the former Kanpaku (Chief Advisor to the emperor).
  837. In 1654 when a Chinese priest, Ingen Ryuki, came over to Japan from China, he became one of his pupils.
  838. In 1654, Ryoo heard from a monk learning with him that Ryuki INGEN (Yinyuan Longqi), a priest of great sanctity and learning from Ming dynasty would visit Japan.
  839. In 1654, Yinyuan traveled to Japan with 30 disciples, first residing at Nagasaki's Kofuku-ji Temple and then Fumon-ji Temple in Settsutonda (present day Takatsuki City, Osaka Prefecture).
  840. In 1654, he became the head of the official court atelier, and revived the Tosa school which had been the mainstream of Yamato-e painting (a traditional Japanese style painting of the late Heian and Kamakura periods dealing with Japanese themes).
  841. In 1654, he began his business as a scroll mounter, and the store name was 'Omiya Kichibe.'
  842. In 1654, he fought against Takahiro KYOGOKU of Miyazu Domain, the neighboring domain, over a border of domains.
  843. In 1654, he received the official rank of Juichii (Junior First Rank).
  844. In 1654, he was born as the second or third son of Yorinari HAMURO, and was adopted by Tamemoto REIZEI of the Shimo-Reizei family.
  845. In 1654, he was first appointed as Jugoinoge and referred to himself as Uemon no taifu (Lieutenant of Right Division of Outer Palace Guards, particularly the one promoted to Fifth Rank).
  846. In 1654, her father the Emperor Gokomyo died young at the age of 22.
  847. In 1654, when a flood and severe famine struck people living in Bizen Plain, Banzan assisted Mitsumasa in making every effort to help those who were starving.
  848. In 1655 when he was thirty-three, he founded Shoshin an (later Zuiko-ji Temple) in Fukakusa, Fushimi, named himself Chikuyo (bamboo leaf) an, and began applying himself to study Buddhism.
  849. In 1655, at Sotan's recommendation, Sohen YAMADA went to serve Tadatomo OGASAWARA of the Mikawa Yoshida Domain in Mikawa Province and Sotan allowed him to use the names Fushinan, which had been handed down since Rikyu's time, and Konnichian, the name of Sotan's tea house built for his retirement.
  850. In 1655, he resigned from Sangi.
  851. In 1655, he was conferred a peerage.
  852. In 1655, on a recommendation by SEN no Sotan, he began to serve Tadatomo OGASAWARA, who was a lord of the Yoshida Domain in Mikawa Province (the present Toyohashi City, Aichi Prefecture), and received a formal stipend of 100 koku (a real stipend of 30 koku, a ration enough for five persons) to carry out the art of tea ceremony.
  853. In 1656, Ryoo worked hard for the Zenji (INGEN Ryuki) when Ingen founded the Obakuzan Manpuku-ji Temple in Uji City in the Yamashiro Province (present-day Uji City, Kyoto Prefecture).
  854. In 1656, Takakuni KYOGOKU from the Miyazu Domain constructed the shrine building, in 1701 Masashige OKUDAIRA repaired it, and since then the other lords of the Miyazu Domain followed this custom, and the transfer of a deity to a new shrine building was carried out once in 60 years.
  855. In 1656, during the Edo period, the temple was restored by Gomizuoin; since then it has belonged to Shokoku-ji Temple.
  856. In 1656, he was raised to Naidaijin (minister of the center) and served the post until 1658.
  857. In 1656, however, in order to make up for scarcity of coins due to the subsequent economic development, the bakufu established zeniza in Torigoe, Asakusa, Edo (Taito Ward) and in Kutsunoya, Suruga Province and ordered mintage.
  858. In 1656, she entered Hokyo-ji Temple and underwent tokudo (entry into the Buddhist religious orders), and chose her hoi (imina (personal name) used by Buddhist officials) as Richu and posthumous name as Gizan.
  859. In 1656, the Edo period, a farmer Kahei found a kabuto (helmet) while he was cultivating the old battle field and offered it to the lord of Fukui domain Mitsumichi MATSUDAIRA.
  860. In 1657 he set up Shikyoku (the Office of Historiography) at his residence in Komagome, and started to compile "the Dainihonshi," which is a general history of Japan written in the style of a biographical history.
  861. In 1657, after Tsunayoshi's residence in Takebashi was destroyed in the Great Fire of Meireki, he moved to Kanda in September.
  862. In 1657, he gave Emperor Gomizunoo kosetsu and was embraced by the Emperor to be given the title of Taiso Seito Zenshi.
  863. In 1657, he lost Nakamura-za Theater by the Great Fire of Meireki, and in May he left Edo and moved to his hometown, Kyoto for a while.
  864. In 1657, he was cerebrated by genpuku (a ceremony of attaining manhood) and made his first shoden (entry into the Imperial Palace) and he was presented to the 111th emperor, the Emperor Gosai.
  865. In 1657, he was given the rank of nihon (the second of Imperial Princes' ranks).
  866. In 1657, he was invited to Japan by Ingen.
  867. In 1657, he was raised to Juichii (Junior First Rank) and he had served as Sadaijin (minister of the left) from 1660 to the next year.
  868. In 1657, she married Ietsuna and entered Nishinomaru (a castle compound to the west of the main compound) of the Edo-jo Castle.
  869. In 1657, the era of Suminaga OMURA, the 4th lord of the domain, a large number of crypto-Christians were exposed and arrested in three villages in a rural district in a northern part of the castle town.
  870. In 1657, the fifth son of Hidemune (the Uwajima domain founder), Munezumi DATE, was allowed to have a portion of the Uwajima domain (30,000 goku or 8,340 cubic meters), and established the Iyo-Yoshida Domain of the Uwajima Domain.
  871. In 1657, the pressure from the opposing force in the Edo shogunate and in the Okayama Domain caused him to resign from his post in the clan.
  872. In 1658 he entered the Buddhist priesthood and was trained at Hase-dera Temple and Toshodai-ji Temple, thereafter acquiring Esoteric Buddhism at Daigo-ji Temple in Nara and studying Confucianism and the thought of Laozi and Zhuangzi.
  873. In 1658, Yinyuan headed to Edo for an audience with Shogun Ietsuna TOKUGAWA.
  874. In 1658, after the Great Fire of Meireki in which most part of Edo was burned down, Edonakajobinoban (jobikeshi [fire department under the direct control of the Edo bakufu]) was established.
  875. In 1658, he moved to Kyoto and opened his private school.
  876. In 1658, he transferred to Shokoin Temple in Shirakawa, Kyoto and assumed the position of chief priest of Shokoin Temple and restored a temple building.
  877. In 1658, the Emperor was given the order of Shin-no-senge.
  878. In 1659, he began attending the court with his father.
  879. In 1659, he was born as the second son of a feudal retainer of the Saga clan, Jinemon Shigesumi YAMAMOTO, in a castle town of Saga-jo, Shimokatatae-yokokoji (present Mizugae 2-chome, Saga City).
  880. In 1659, he was born.
  881. In 1659, he was returned to Kyoto by Imperial sanction.
  882. In 1660 he became a Chunagon (Middle Counselor).
  883. In 1660 his father died, so the next year he succeeded to the family estate and became the second lord of the Tsuchiura Domain.
  884. In 1660, Masanori died before completing the book.
  885. In 1660, Toraaki OKURA wrote a book called "Furyu no Hon (The Book of Furyu)", in which he recorded thirty Furyu plays, but many of them are not performed any more.
  886. In 1660, Tsunamune DATE was punished for his misconduct by bakufu and confined to his house, which triggered Date Sodo (the Date family riot).
  887. In 1660, Yaemon Toraakira, the 13th wrote "Waranbe gusa" (literally, Young Leaves), the oldest Kyogen-densho (esoteric book on Kyogen) in the Okura school.
  888. In 1660, after he was conferred a peerage, he was promoted from one position to another, and in 1685, he served as Jusanmi (Junior Third Rank), and was ranked with Kugyo (court noble).
  889. In 1660, at the invitation of Hisakiyo NAKAGAWA, who was the feudal lord of the Oka Domain of Bungo Province, Banzan went to Takeda and gave advice including that about construction work.
  890. In 1660, he studied Sanron (Three Shastras (Three Treatises)) under Eikei of Todai-ji Temple.
  891. In 1660, he was given the title of Imperial Prince and experienced genpuku (a coming-of-age celebration for boys).
  892. In 1660, however, as a result of taking an opposing position towards roju Nobutsuna MATSUDAIRA, also known as "Chie-Izu" (wisdom of Izu), Masanobu was sanctioned with a kaieki (dismissal and deprivation of position, privileges and properties) and his territory was forfeit.
  893. In 1661 he was assigned to jiju (a chamberlain) in Jugoinojo (Junior Fifth Rank, Upper Grade) and celebrated his attainment of manhood in 1665.
  894. In 1661 the Kyoto imperial palace was burnt down whereupon the lord of the Asano domain Naganao ASANO was ordered to construct a new palace; however, Yoshitaka stood in for Naganao, proceeded to Kyoto and oversaw the construction.
  895. In 1661, as Banzan gained a reputation, the Tokugawa shogunate became wary of him once again, and in the end Chikasige MAKINO, the Kyoto Shoshidai (the governor of Kyoto appointed by the Tokugawa shogunate) at that time, purged him from Kyoto.
  896. In 1661, the peerage was conferred on him.
  897. In 1662 he assumed the position of the 14th head priest of the Nishi Hongan-ji Temple at the young age of 12 by the death of Ryonyo.
  898. In 1662 while the editing was in process, the regime change occurred in China from the Ming Dynasty to the Qing dynasty, and it gave an impact on the historiography project by the Edo Shogunate in Japan.
  899. In 1662, Omi TAKEDA gave a performance of a play of karakuri ningyo at Dotonbori, Osaka.
  900. In 1662, he established Kogido (School of Ancient Meaning) in Horikawa, Kyoto.
  901. In 1662, the architecture was destroyed by an earthquake.
  902. In 1663 Mitsukuni moved the Shikyoku to the Koishikawa Korakuen garden and renamed it Shoko-kan.
  903. In 1663 he became a Shosanmi Dainagon (Senior Third Rank Major Counselor) and Jingu Tenso (shrine messenger to the emperor).
  904. In 1663, Ryoo prayed at Hase-dera Temple (present-day Sakurai City, Nara Prefecture), Ise Jingu Shrine (present-day Ise City, Mie Prefecture), and Taga Taisha Shrine (present-day Taga-cho, Shiga Prefecture).
  905. In 1663, Sadamasa Iwaminokami KATAGIRI (Sekishu), the founder of tea ceremony of the Sekishu school, erected this temple as an ancestral temple of his father, Sadataka KATAGIRI, and had Priest Gyokushu (大徹明應禅師), the 185th head of Daitoku-ji Temple, as the head priest.
  906. In 1663, during the reign of the fourth shogun Ietsuna TOKUGAWA and the fifth shogun Tsunayoshi TOKUGAWA, the system of the Tokugawa shogunate administration was changed from the military administration to the civilian administration; in other words, shifted from the way of kabukimono samurai to the Confucianism-based bushido (shido) (the samurai code).
  907. In 1663, he also served as bugyo (magistrate) for the restoration of Tada-in Temple in Kawabe County, Settsu Province (Hyogo Prefecture).
  908. In 1663, he got the investiture of Shorokui (Senior Sixth Rank).
  909. In 1663, he held an opening ceremony at the newly completed hall to bless the country and conducted Japan's first Jukai (handing down the precepts) called 'Obaku Sandan kaie' (Triple Ordination Platform Ceremony) for people.
  910. In 1663, he moved to Manpuku-ji Temple in Uji, Yamashiro Province, and became shuso (the leader of monks practicing asceticism) of the Manpuku-ji Temple together with his priest brother, Mokuan Shoto.
  911. In 1663, he received inka from Ingen and changed his posthumous name to Shosen.
  912. In 1663, he succeeded to the family on his father's death.
  913. In 1663, it began with the appointment of Yorinari HAMURO, Motoyoshi SONO, Sanetoyo OGIMACHI, and Motokata HIGASHIZONO for the purpose of assisting the young Emperor Reigen.
  914. In 1663, splitting from the Chigusa family, he established the Uematsu family and was conferred peerage.
  915. In 1663, uncompromising 'Jochu Irui Nedan no Jo' (女中衣類直段之定) was announced, restricting even the clothing costs of the retired Emperor Meisho (an empress regnant, silver 500 Kan) and midaidokoro (the lawful wife of seii taishogun [literally, "great general who subdues the barbarians"], 400 kan of silver).
  916. In 1664 Mitsukuni TOKUGAWA who led excavations of kofun-tumuli gave orders to dig around a spirit rock (which some sources refer to Kashima's and others identify with Katori's).
  917. In 1664 he became a Toka no sechie Geben (a Kugyo who supervised the event of toka [ceremonial mass singing and stomp dancing] called Toka no sechie held at the Imperial Court on around the fifteenth day of the first month of the year, outside the Shomeimon gate of the Kyoto imperial palace).
  918. In 1664 she married Tunayoshi TOKUGAWA who was the lord of Tatebayashi Domain in Ueno Province at that time.
  919. In 1664, at the age of 17, he entered the Buddhist priesthood and received the Inka (Certification of spiritual achievement) under Raiho Zenji (Master of Zen Buddhism) of Kazan-ji Temple in Yamashina.
  920. In 1664, he assumed the post of Kyoto daikan (Prefectural Governor of Kyoto, and he also did an odd job for an emperor).
  921. In 1664, he became 100 years old, and was allowed by the Imperial Court to enter the cloistered emperor's palace where he was presented a cane with pigeon grip, gold, and fan-shaped paper.
  922. In 1664, he established Otani University within the premises of the Shoseien Garden.
  923. In 1664, he got promoted from Gon Chunagon (a provisional vice-councilor of state) to Gon Dainagon (a provisional chief councilor of state).
  924. In 1664, the Edo bakufu ordered all the domains to establish shumon aratame-yaku in their domains.
  925. In 1664, the Kanbuninchi was conducted, whereby shuinjo were issued to daimyo across the country at the same time.
  926. In 1664, the bakufu issued trading licenses to Daimyo with 10,000 or more koku of crop yields and the next year issued the same to court nobles, temples and shrines.
  927. In 1665 he was promoted to Shosanmi (Senior Third Rank) and he used this occasion to change his name to Tomoaki.
  928. In 1665 it was founded by Kokai, a priest of the Tendai sect.
  929. In 1665, he became the tea ceremony coach of Ietsuna TOKUGAWA and established the status of Sekishu school.
  930. In 1665, he moved to Edo and met the 4th shogun Ietsuna TOKUGAWA, who treated him favorably.
  931. In 1665, his elder brother Masatsune (正経) asked Sakon UTSUNOMIYA (宇都宮三近), a Confucian scholar from Iwakuni to write 'Intoku-ki no jo' (preface of the Intoku-ki).
  932. In 1665, his elder brother Masatsune KAGAWA had Sankin UTSUNOMIYA, a Confucian scholar from Iwakuni, write the preface to the Intokuki.
  933. In 1665, his father died during he was in service at the Minakuchi-jo Castle in Omi Province, thus Takatomo took over as zaiban.
  934. In 1665, she received Bosatsu-shiki (literally, ceremony of Bodhisattva) from Ryukei Shosen of the Obaku sect, and the dogo (pseudonym as a priest) of Shozan and hoi (given name to a Buddhist priest) of Genyo.
  935. In 1665, the Japanese weight units were standardized, and thereafter, Shirobei GOTO and his descendants monopolized the right to produce counterweights used at an exchange house, and the production and use of other kinds of counterweights were prohibited strictly for the prevention of illegal exchange.
  936. In 1665, the prohibition of performing junshi was notified orally with the proclamation of Buke Shohatto (Laws Governing Military Households).
  937. In 1665, when he was 36 years old, he left the Obakuzan Manpuku-ji Temple.
  938. In 1666 he became Sangi (Councilor), but the following year he resigned his post and in 1677 he became Junii (Junior Second Rank).
  939. In 1666, Ichio served Yorishige MATSUDAIRA of the Takamatsu clan in the Sanuki Province as Sado (a person who oversees the matters relating to the way of tea) but transferred the position to the fifth Soke Soshu BUNSHUKU on the grounds of his advancing age.
  940. In 1666, King Karl XII of Kingdom of Sweden proclaimed preservation of ruins.
  941. In 1666, Magoemon-Chotoku MARUO created 'usukuchi soy-sauce' in present day Tatsuno City, Hyogo Prefecture.
  942. In 1666, the Tokugawa shogunate issued Tsuchimizu Kuyo Rei (土水供養令, the act for kuyo (Buddhist memorial service) based on the thought that temple estates are regarded as kuyo of shogunate) and based on it, Nikko of Noro Danrin (Chiba Prefecture) was accused of teaching fujufuse-gi (teachings of fujufuse) and was banished.
  943. In 1666, the Tokugawa shogunate issued Tsuchimizu Kuyo Rei (土水供養令, the act for kuyo (Buddhist memorial service) based on the thought that temple estates are regarded as kuyo of shogunate) and based on it, Nikko of Noro Danrin (Chiba Prefecture) was accused of teaching fujufusegi and was banished.
  944. In 1666, when Yoshitada deceased, he resigned the office.
  945. In 1667 he began the reconstruction of the main building and in 1670 celebrated its completion.
  946. In 1667 he was assigned to sojaban (an official in charge of ceremonies).
  947. In 1667, Daiyu Hoden (main hall) of Manpuku-ji Temple was erected, and once again, Shigekane served as "Zoei Buguyo."
  948. In 1667, after he held the funeral of his mother Myoshu, he went to Takatsuki, Settsu, and stayed there for more than a month, where he became sick in January the next year, and knowing that he was about to die, came back to Fukakusa.
  949. In 1667, he celebrated his coming-of-age ceremony and was conferred Jugoinojo (Junior Fifth Rank, Upper Grade) jiju (a chamberlain).
  950. In 1667, he fled to Yoshino-yama Mountain, Yamato Province (the present Yoshino-cho, Yoshino-gun, Nara Prefecture).
  951. In 1667, he was ordered to protect Sunpu-jo Castle.
  952. In 1667, he went mad and wounded his lawful wife, MIZUNO kenmotsu Tadayoshi's daughter, and tried to kill himself.
  953. In 1667, he yielded his position to his legitimate son Mitsusada TOKUGAWA, and went into retirement.
  954. In 1667, the third generation, Shinano no kami (Governor of Shinano Province), Mototomo went mad and killed his wife, the daughter of MIZUNO kenmotsu Tadayoshi of the Mizuno clan in the Yamagata Domain (at the time of this incident, he was the lord of the Okazaki Domain), and was given the sanction of 'kaieki.'
  955. In 1668, Sonoemon KASAI of Kishu clan set a record of 7,077 hits out of a total of 9,000 arrows, breaking Shigenori's record.
  956. In 1668, having another 1,700 koku added, Yagyu clan returned to the position of daimyo with the 10,000 koku.
  957. In 1668, he inherited the Matsumoto Domain upon his father Tadamoto's death.
  958. In 1668, he underwent Genpuku (coming-of-age ritual for boys) and he was admitted to the court at the age of 7.
  959. In 1668, he was born as the first son of Michishige NAKANOIN (Dainagon [Major Counselor], later, Naidaijin [Minister of the Interior]).
  960. In 1668, he was born to affluent farmers in Yamashiro Province.
  961. In 1669 Kanzaemon HOSHINO (Bishu-Chikurin group of Heki school) recorded 8,000 Toshiya shooting 10,242 arrows and in 1686 Daihachiro WASA (Kishu-chikurin group of Heki school) recorded 8,133 Toshiya shooting 13,053 arrows.
  962. In 1669, Edo bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun) abolished edo-masu, which was used mainly in Edo and had the same volume as old kyomasu, and enforced the use of new kyomasu, which was a little larger than old kyomasu.
  963. In 1669, Nobuyuki MATSUDAIRA, the feudal lord of the Akashi Domain of Harima Province, took him into custody under the direction of the Tokugawa shogunate.
  964. In 1669, he received the title of Imperial Prince and was named Osahito.
  965. In 1669, he was given the purple Buddhist priest stole from the shogun.
  966. In 1669, it moved again to its current location.
  967. In 1669, the Tokugawa shogunate banned terauke by the Fujufuse School and since then, the school was oppressed for a long time.
  968. In 1669, the Tokugawa shogunate banned terauke by the Fujufuse School and the school has been oppressed for a long time since then.
  969. In 1669, two years after Monnyusai's death, he made one of his private pupils inherit the position of the family head of the Hayashi family as the second Monnyu HAYASHI and this became the head family for go (Hayashi family).
  970. In 1670 he was assigned to Gon Chunagon (provisional vice-councilor of state).
  971. In 1670, Takunyo moved the tentative graves of Shinran and the successive heads of the Hongan-ji Temple in the precincts of the Higashi Hongan-ji Temple to their present location with both graves of Kyonyo and Sennyo, and named them Otani Gobo.
  972. In 1670, Yasutomi TSUCHIMIKADO insisted on not only acquiring the position of Onmyo no kami, but also the right to rule the Onmyoji and the Shomonji throughout Japan.
  973. In 1670, he changed his name to Hayato no kami (the chief of Hayato [the Imperial Guards]).
  974. In 1670, he died in Kyoto.
  975. In 1670, he promoted Narisada MAKINO to the post of karo (chief retainer) of the Tatebayashi Clan and presented him with 3,000 koku.
  976. In 1670, sobyo (mausoleum containing the remains of one's ancestors: Otani Sobyo Grave) was transferred to Otani, Higashiyama Ward near the origin of Hongan-ji school, and Takunyo was involved in its construction.
  977. In 1670, the Kanbun-shintei (embankment) was built between the Imadegawa-dori and Gojo-dori Streets, and the area between the mud wall and the embankment was developed as an urban area.
  978. In 1670, the grave of the founder was relocated to the present place.
  979. In 1670, using 3,000 Ryo from Kintaien sales, Ryoo purchased the Daizo-kyo Sutra (the Daizo-kyo Sutra of Tenkai edition, 6,323 volumes), which was his cherished dream, for three hundreds Ryo gold (one Ryo in Edo period was roughly converted to 16g of gold; so, 300 Ryo was roughly 4.8kg of gold).
  980. In 1671 he was conferred a peerage.
  981. In 1671, Ryoo relocated the Kyodo building, which was constructed near the surface of the water; then he reconstructed the building on the island's highest point.
  982. In 1671, he resigned his position of Gon Dainagon.
  983. In 1671, he was appointed official in charge of the ceremonies, therefore, served consequently as the magistrate of temples and shrines.
  984. In 1671, he was conferred a peerage.
  985. In 1672 it was written by Mitsuyoshi YOSHIDA, inspired by "Sanpo Toso" (Suanfua tongzong) by Daii TEI of the Ming dynasty of China.
  986. In 1672, Jisan committed self-ordination under 瓔珞羯摩.
  987. In 1672, Ryoo DOKAKU from Yawata village, Ogachi County, Dewa Province (present day, Yuzawa City, Akita Prefecture) built a learning dormitory called Kangakuryo in Ueno Kanei-ji Temple.
  988. In 1672, Ryoo started to nurture more than a dozen abandoned children.
  989. In 1672, Takatoyo KYOGOKU established the three-storied pagoda.
  990. In 1672, Takatoyo KYOGOKU petitioned the bakufu for the exchange of two villages in Harima Province of his territory with Omi Province.
  991. In 1672, he assumed the position of Kurodo no To (chief of emperor's personal secretary) and, in 1673, he assumed the position of sangi (councilllor) and Udaiben (Manor Controller of the Right).
  992. In 1672, he became Chunagon (Middle Counselor).
  993. In 1672, he became a priest, titled Daichuin Nyudo with a posthumous Buddhist name Shoei.
  994. In 1672, he dedicated his first haiku collection "Kai Oi" (The Seashell Game) to Uenotenman-gu Shrine (Iga City, Mie Prefecture).
  995. In 1672, he was raised to Juichii (Junior First Rank).
  996. In 1673 Takanao KYOGOKU became the second generation lord of the Maizuru domain.
  997. In 1673 eldest son Yoshiaki passed away so, Yoshiaki `s eldest son Yoshio OISHI became the adopted heir.
  998. In 1673, because of its proximity to the Imperial Palace, it was moved again, to its modern-day location.
  999. In 1673, he handed over the family headship to the adopted son Yoritsune for retirement.
  1000. In 1673, he opened a kimono shop in Edo Honcho 1 Chome, and made the name of the store as Echigo-ya (the later MITSUKOSHI).

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