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, 1538- 1603:

  
   1538
   Tenmon 7 (????)
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   Timeline of 1538
  -- 1538/10/7 Hj Ujitsuna defeats Satomi Yoshitaka and Ashikaga Yoshiaki at the First Battle of Knodai in Musashi.
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   Other Events of 1538
  -- King Sh Sei sends a force to suppress resistance and further the conquest of Amami shima.
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   Births and Deaths
  -- Nabeshima Naoshige, first daimy of Arita han, is born (d. 1618).
  
   1539
   Tenmon 8 (????)
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   Timeline of 1539
  -- 1539/4 The uchi clan assumes control of all 'official' trade with China.
  -- 1539/5 Miyoshi Chkei leads an army into Kyoto.
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   Other Events of 1539
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   Births and Deaths
  -- Hasegawa Thaku is born (d. 1610).
   1540
   Tenmon 9 (????)
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   Timeline of 1540
  -- 1540/8 Amako Akihisa unsuccesfully attempts to capture Mri Motonari's Koriyama castle in Aki province through siege.
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   Other Events of 1540
  -- The uchi clan sends a tribute mission to China, the first since the 1523 Ningbo Incident.
   1541
   Tenmon 10 (????)
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   Timeline of 1541
  -- 1541/1/13 Mri Motonari and Sue Harukata defeat Amako Haruhisa.
  -- 1541/6 Takeda Harunobu [Shingen] seizes power in Kai from his father, Nobutora. Nobutora is taken in by Imagawa Yoshimoto.
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   Other Events of 1541
  -- The Kingdom of Ryky sends its last mission to Pattani. Its only remaining trading partner in Southeast Asia is now Siam.
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   Births and Deaths
  -- Abe Masakatsu is born.
  -- The monk Kakugy is born (d. 1646).
  -- Kanze Yajiro dies.
   1542
   Tenmon 11 (?????)
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   Timeline of 1542
  -- 1542/8/10 Oda Nobuhide defeats Imagawa Yoshimoto in the First Battle of Azukizaka in Mikawa province.
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   Other Events of 1542
  -- Portuguese missionary Fernand Mendes Pinto arrives in Ryky.
  -- uchi Yoshitaka sends a mission to Ming China claiming to represent the shogunate.
  -- Sait Dsan takes control of Mino province.
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   Births and Deaths
  -- Ichij Kanesada is born.
  -- Itakura Katsushige, Kyoto shoshidai, is born (d. 1624).
  -- Nagoya Yagor is killed at the first battle of Azukizaka.
   1543
   Tenmon 12 (?????)
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   Timeline of 1543
  -- 1543/8/16 Miyoshi Chkei defeats Hosokawa Ujitsuna and captures Sakai in Settsu province.
  -- 1543/8/25 Three Portugese sailors shipwreck on Tanegashima, becoming the first Europeans encountered by the Japanese. A local daimy purchases two guns from them, commissions his swordsmith to make more, and arranges for marksmanship lessons from the shipwrecked Portuguese.
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   Other Events of 1543
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   Births and Deaths
  -- Tenmon 11/12/26 (31 Jan 1543) Tokugawa Ieyasu is born (d. 1616).
  -- Kan Eitoku is born (d. 1590).
   1544
   (Tenmon 13;?????)
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   Timeline of 1544
  -- 1544/9/23 Oda Nobuhide attacks Sait Dsan in Mino province.
   1545
   Tenmon 14 (?????)
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   Timeline of 1545
  -- 1545/6 Takeda Harunobu (Shingen) seiges Fujisawa Yorichika's main castle, Fukuyo, in Ina district.
  -- 1545/8 Imagawa Yoshimoto and Hj Ujiyasu confront one another in Suruga; the Takeda arrive to support the Imagawa and Ujiyasu retreats.
  -- 1545/9 The Uesugi and Ashikaga surround the Hj's Kawagoe castle in Musashi.
  -- 1545/10 The Hj and Imagawa make peace through the mediation of Takeda Shingen.
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   Other Events of 1545
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   Births and Deaths
  -- Hatakeyama Yoshifusa, lord of Nanao, dies (b. 1495?).
  -- Yi Sun-Shin is born (d. 1598).
   1546
   Tenmon 15 (?????)
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   Timeline of 1546
  -- 1546/4/14 Murakami Yoshikiyo defeats Takeda Shingen in Uenohara.
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   Other Events of 1546
  -- The Ishiyama Honganji grants the Oyama Gob a principal image of worship, along with other objects.
  -- A Korean account includes the earliest record of bashfu.
  -- Yarazamori gusuku is built just south of the entry to Naha Harbor.
   1547
   Tenmon 16 (?????)
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   Timeline of 1547
  -- 1547/6/1 Takeda Shingen establishes Kshu Hatto no Shidai.
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   Other Events of 1547
  -- Sait Dsan defeats an army under Oda Nobuhide at Kanoguchi in Owari.
  -- Nagao Kagetora (Uesugi Kenshin) defeats Nagao Harukage and assumes power in Echigo.
  -- Oda Nobunaga participates in his first campaign, in Mikawa province.
  -- The final Japanese kang beki (tally trade) ship leaves for China.
  -- Japanese trade in Korea is limited to the port of Pusan, and Japanese in Korea are stripped of many privileges. This leads to an increase in piracy and coastal raiding.
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   Births and Deaths
  -- Oda Nobumasu is born.
   1548
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   Timeline of 1548
   (Tenmon 17;?????)
  -- 1548/2 Takeda Shingen suffers a defeat at the hands of Murakami Yoshikiyo in the first Japanese battle in which guns are employed (in this case, by the Murakami and of Chinese manufacture)
  -- 1548/3 Imagawa Yoshimoto attacks Oda Nobuhide on behalf of Matsudaira Hirotada.
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   Other events of 1548
  -- Oda Nobuhide makes peace with Sait Dsan, and receives a daughter for marriage to Nobunaga.
   1549
   Tenmon 18 (?????)
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   Timeline of 1549
  -- 1549/7/3 Francis Xavier founds the first Catholic Mission in Japan, at Kagoshima.
  -- 1549/11/9 Imagawa Yoshimoto orders Taigen Sfu to capture Anjo castle.
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   Other Events of 1549
  -- Oda Nobuhiro surrenders and Takechiyo returns to Okazaki castle from imprisonment.
  -- The uchi clan sends a tribute mission to China. This last mission marks the end of Japanese tributary relations with China.
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   Births and Deaths
  -- 1549/3/6 Matsudaira Hirotada of Mikawa is killed.
   1550
   Tenmon 19 (?????)
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   Timeline of 1550
  -- 1550/2/28 tomo Yoshiaki is assassinated and his son (Nikai Kuzure), Yoshishige (tomo Srin) becomes the new daimyo of Bungo.
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   Other Events of 1550
  -- Shimazu Takahisa decides to no longer support Christianity. He expels Francis Xavier from his domain; Xavier relocates to Hirado.
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   Births and Deaths of 1550
  -- Gregoria de Cspedes is born (d. 1611).
  -- tomo Yoshiaki is assassinated.
   1551
   Tenmon 20 (?????)
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   Timeline of 1551
  -- 1551/9/1 uchi Yoshitaka is overthrown by Sue Harukata and commits suicide. He is replaced by tomo (uchi) Yoshinaga, through whom Sue now rules the uchi.
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   Other Events of 1551
  -- Francis Xavier becomes the first Westerner to visit Kyoto; later in the year, departs Japan for Goa.
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   Births and Deaths of 1551
  -- 1551/3/3 Oda Nobuhide dies.
  -- 1551/9/1 uchi Yoshitaka commits suicide.
   1552
   Tenmon 21 (??????)
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   Timeline of 1552
  -- 1552/1/28 Shogun Ashikaga Yoshifuji makes peace with Miyoshi Chokei, returns to Kyoto.
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   Other Events of 1552
  -- Wak travel up the Yangtze, raiding towns along the river's shores.
  -- Wak seize Huangyan in Zhejiang province.
  -- Francis Xavier leaves Japan for Goa, and is replaced by six other Jesuits, who continue missionary activities in Japan.
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   Births and Deaths
  -- Francis Xavier dies (b. 1506).
  -- Matteo Ricci is born (d. 1610).
   1553
   Tenmon 22 (??????)
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   Timeline of 1553
  -- 1553/4 Oda Nobunaga and Sait Dsan meet at a temple in Owari province
  -- 1553/8 Takeda Shingen and Uesugi Kenshin confront each other for the first time in the First Battle of Kawanakajima in Shinano province - also known as the Battle of Fuse.
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   Other Events of 1553
  -- Naha harbor is successfully defended against a wak raid.
   1554
   Tenmon 23 (??????)
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   Timeline of 1554
  -- 1554/3 Hj Ujiyasu of Sagami province, Imagawa Yoshimoto of Suruga province and Takeda Shingen of Kai province meet at Zentoku-ji (Hj-Takeda-Imagawa Alliance).
  -- 1554/5 Battle of Oshikihata: Mri Motonari defeats Sue Harukata.
  -- 1554/11 Amako Haruhisa orders the execution of his uncle Amako Kunihisa, son Amako Sanehisa and a number of other members of the Shing faction within the Amako clan.
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   Other Events of 1554
  -- Akamatsu Yoshisuke captures Akashi castle from Hosokawa Harumoto.
  -- Ashikaga Haruuji is defeated and captured by the Hj clan, marking the end of the Koga Kub post.
  -- First Battle of Kawanakajima
  -- Hj clan launches an attack on the Imagawa clan.
  -- Igawa Mitsunobu is appointed to the Hatakeyama clan council.
  -- Komoro castle is built.
  -- Konoe Sakihisa is named Kampaku.
  -- Portuguese are granted licenses to trade at Guangzhou.
  -- The Kingdom of Ryky receives a plaque from Ming China reading Shurei no kuni ("Country of Propriety").
  -- Ryzji Takanobu rises up against Shni Tokinao, who flees to Chikugo province.
  -- Siege of Muraki: Rotating volley tactics using tepp (firearms) are applied for perhaps the first time in Japan.
  -- A temporary peace is achieved between Shiina Yasutane and Jinbo Nagamoto, via the mediation of the Hatakeyama clan of Noto province.
  -- Takeda Shingen seizes Fukushima castle from Kiso Yoshiyasu.
  -- Rebellion of Wada Michioki against Kno Michinobu fails.
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   Births and Deaths
  -- Amako Kunihisa is killed.
  -- Amako Sanehisa is killed.
  -- Honda Yasushige is born.
  -- Ishikawa Yasumichi is born.
  -- Nait Okimori is born.
  -- kubo Tadatame is born.
  -- Okunomiya Masaie is born.
  -- Sakuma Morimasa is born.
  -- Shiba Yoshimune dies.
  -- Shnyo Kkyo, founder of the Ishiyama Honganji, dies.
  -- Sogo Nagayasu is born.
  -- Suminokura Ryi is born (d. 1614).
  -- Uesugi Kagetora is born.
  -- Wakizaka Yasuharu is born.
  
   1555
   Tenbun 24 (??????) / Kji 1 (????)
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   Timeline of 1555
  -- 1555/7/19 Uesugi Kenshin and Takeda Shingen engage in the Second Battle of Kawanakajima, also known as the Battle of the Saigawa.
  -- 1555/10/1 Mri Motonari defeats Sue Harukata at the Battle of Miyajima, a victory that makes certain the Mri rise to supremacy in Western Honshu
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   Other Events of 1555
  -- Nanjing and Chaozhou suffer attacks from wak.
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   Births and Deaths of 1555
  -- 1555/9/23 Asakura Norikage dies.
  -- 1555/10 Sue Harukata dies.
  -- 1555/11/27 Uesugi Kagekatsu is born (d. 1623).
  -- Chinese art critic Dong Qichang is born (d. 1636).
  -- Komparu Sotan dies.
  -- Konishi Yukinaga is born (d. 1600).
  -- Sh Sei, king of Ryky, dies (b. 1497).
  -- Tea master Takeno J dies (b. 1502).
   1556
   Kji 2 (????)
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   Timeline of 1556
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   Other Events of 1556
  -- The Iwami Silver Mine opens.
  -- Sh Gen succeeds his father Sh Sei as king of the Kingdom of Ryky. Sanshikan (Council of Three) begins to gain power.
  -- Itsukushima Shrine is rebuilt.
  -- Naha Harbor is successfully defended against a wak raid.
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   Births and Deaths
  -- 1556/4/20 Sait Dsan dies (b. 1494).
  -- Shibata Katsutoyo is born (d. 1583).
   1557
   Kji 3 (????)
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   Timeline of 1557
  -- 1557/4/2 Mri Motonari forces uchi Yoshinaga to commit suicide and occupies Suo province.
  -- 1557/7 tomo Srin defeats Akizuki Fumitane and expands into Chikuzen.
  -- 1557/11 Oda Nobuyuki and Shibata Katsuie plot against Oda Nobunaga in Owari. Though Shibata is spared, Nobuyuki is killed.
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   Other Events of 1557
  -- China grants Portuguese "right of abode" on Macao after the Portuguese expel pirates from the area.
  -- China imposes hai jin ban on Chinese traveling to Japan, and on Japanese being received at Chinese ports.
  -- The first Western-style hospital in Japan is established in Bungo province by Jesuit Luis Almeida.
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   Births and Deaths of 1557
  -- 1557/4/2 uchi Yoshinaga commits suicide.
  -- 1557/11 Oda Nobuyuki is killed.
   1558
   Eiroku 1 (????)
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   Timeline of 1558
  -- 1558/7/12 battle of Ukino - Oda Nobunaga defeats forces of Iwakura castle, but does not press on to siege the castle.
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   Other Events of 1558
  -- Kinoshita Tkichir (who would later become Toyotomi Hideyoshi) first enters the employ of Oda Nobunaga.
  -- Mri clan seizes Moji castle from the tomo.
  -- Matsudaira Motoyasu (Tokugawa Ieyasu), fights his first battle, retaking Terabe castle for the Imagawa clan, from Oda Nobunaga.
  -- Asai Hisamasa makes peace with the Rokkaku clan.
  -- Miyake clan become retainers of the Matsudaira clan.
  -- Battle of Urushihara - Takenaka Shigemoto seizes the lands of the Iwate clan.
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   Births and Deaths
  -- Ei Hisatora, Shimazu clan retainer, is born (d. 1587).
  -- Hachisuka Iemasa, retainer to Nobunaga and Hideyoshi, is born (d. 1638).
  -- Hosho Ikkan dies.
  -- Kimotsuki Kaneaki is born (d. 1634).
  -- Kimotsuki Kanehiro, Shimazu retainer, is born (d. 1590).
  -- Mri Nagayoshi is born (d. 1584).
  -- Oda Nobuo, son of Nobunaga, is born (d. 1630).
  -- Oda Nobutaka, son of Nobunaga, is born (d. 1583).
  -- tomo Yoshimune, son of tomo Srin, is born (d. 1605).
   1559
   Eiroku 2 (????)
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   Timeline of 1559
  -- 1559/6-8 Siege of Iwakura by Oda Nobunaga; ends in the surrender of the castle and its subsequent destruction.
  -- 1559/8 Jesuit priest Gaspar Vilela journeys to Kyoto.
  -- 1559/8 tomo Srin retakes Moji castle for the Mri clan.
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   Other Events
  -- Imagawa Yoshimoto seizes Otaka castle from the Oda clan, which is then besieged by Oda Nobunaga. Matsudaira Motoyasu defeats the siege, providing provisions to the blockaded defenders.
  -- Jinbo Nagamoto attacks the Shiina clan at Matsukura castle.
  -- Kanrei Hosokawa Harumoto is captured by Miyoshi Chkei, and is forced to become a monk, retiring to Settsu province.
  -- Mri Motonari reclaims Akizuki castle, returning it to the Akizuki clan.
  -- Rokkaku Yoshikata becomes a monk and retires as head of the Rokkaku clan. He continues to serve as de facto leader of the clan, alongside his son Rokkaku Yoshiharu.
  -- Shni clan is destroyed by the Ryzji clan.
  -- Uesugi Kenshin journeys to Kyoto, paying tribute to Shogun Ashikaga Yoshiteru, receiving an audience with the Imperial Court, and visiting Mt. Hiei among other sites.
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   Births and Deaths
  -- Fujita Nobuyoshi, Uesugi clan retainer, is born (d. 1616).
  -- Ikeda Yukisuke, Ikeda clan samurai, is born (d. 1584).
  -- Kan Motonobu, painter, dies (b. 1476).
  -- Kan Sanraku, painter, is born (d. 1635).
  -- Mri Takamasa, Toyotomi retainer, is born (d. 1628).
  -- Nurhachi is born (d. 1626).
  -- tani Yoshitsugu is born (d. 1600)
  -- Tokugawa Nobuyasu, son of Ieyasu, is born (d. 1579).
  -- Yuki Masakatsu, lord of Shimosa province, dies (b. 1503).
   1560
   Eiroku 3 (????)

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  -- 1 Timeline of 1560
  -- 2 Other Events of 1560
  -- 2.1 Battles of 1560
  -- 2.2 Births and Deaths of 1560
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   Timeline of 1560
  -- 1560/3/3 Uesugi Kenshin seizes Toyama castle from the Jinbo clan.
  -- 1560/5 Satake Yoshiaki urges Uesugi Kenshin to attack the Hj clan.
  -- 1560/5/19 Oda Nobunaga defeats Imagawa Yoshimoto at the Battle of Okehazama. Ieyasu returns to Okazaki castle.
  -- 1560/5/27 Chsokabe Kunichika defeats Motoyama Shigetatsu at the battle of Tonomoto.
  -- 1560/7 Oda Nobunaga invades Mino province and clashes with the Ichihashi family (vassals of the Sait).
  -- 1560/8 Rokkaku Yoshikata engages Asai Hisamasa at the Battle of Norada.
  -- 1560/9 Uesugi Kenshin attacks the Hj lands in the Kant.
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   Other Events of 1560
  -- Asai Hisamasa of northern mi is forced to retire in favor of his son, Nagamasa.
  -- Mri Motonari receives the title of Mutsu no kami.
  -- Sait Yoshitatsu defeats Oda troops near the Sunomata River.
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   Battles of 1560
  -- 1560/5/19 Battle of Okehazama
  -- 1560/5/27 battle of Tonomoto
  -- 1560/8 Battle of Norada
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   Births and Deaths of 1560
  -- 1560/5/19 Imagawa Yoshimoto is killed in battle at Okehazama.
   1561
   Eiroku 4 (????)
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   Timeline of 1561
  -- 1561/2 Uesugi Kenshin besieges Hj Ujiyasu in Odawara but retreats after two months.
  -- 1561/6 Sait Yoshitatsu dies of leprosy and is succeded by Sait Tatsuoki. Only three days later the Sait are defeated at the Battle of Moribe by Oda Nobunaga.
  -- 1561/9/10 Takeda Shingen and Uesugi Kenshin fight the inconclusive Fourth Battle of Kawanakajima, the greatest of their contests.
  -- 1561/10/10 Mri Motonari and tomo Srin battle for Mji castle in Buzen province.
  -- 1561/11 The Satomi navy operates against the Hj off Miura (Sagami province).
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   Other Events of 1561
  -- Chinese investiture envoys travel to Ryky for the investiture of King Sh Gen.
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   Births and Deaths
  -- 1561/6 Sait Yoshitatsu dies of leprosy.
  -- Kan Mitsunobu is born (d. 1608).
   1562
   Eiroku 5 (????)
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   Timeline of 1562
  -- 1562/1 Oda Nobunaga allies with Matsudaira Motoyasu (Ieyasu).
  -- 1562/2/4 Matsudaira Motoyasu (Ieyasu) attackes Kaminog castle.
  -- 1562/11 Uesugi Kenshin clashes with Hj forces and Takeda forces at Matsuyama castle in Musashi province.
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   Other Events of 1562
  -- Abe Katsuyoshi becomes a general under Takeda Shingen.
  -- Hashiba Hideyoshi founds the bai-an subtemple of Daitokuji to serve as a site for the memorial services for Oda Nobuhide.
  -- Ming envoys officially invest Sh Gen as King of Ryky.
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   Births and Deaths of 1562
  -- Amako Akihisa dies.
  -- Joo Rodrigues is born (d. 1633).
   1563
   Eiroku 6 (????)
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   Timeline of 1563
  -- 1563/2 Uesugi Norikatsu is defeated by Takeda Shingen and Hj Ujiyasu at Musashi-Matsuyama in Musashi province.
  -- 1563/10/29 Mri Motonari captures Shiraga castle (Izumo province) from the Amako clan.
  -- 1563/11/25 Tokugawa Ieyasu defeats the Ikk-ikki of Mikawa.
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   Other Events of 1563
  -- The butsuden of Taiheiji nunnery is moved to the site of Engakuji in Kamakura, and becomes the shariden of that temple.
  -- mura Sumitada is baptized, becoming the first daimy to convert to Christianity.
  -- Seven wak raiding parties, numbering over 1400 men in total, including 60 or so fishermen and the like and 200-300 Chinese, aboard 137 ships, attack Pinghai, near Fuzhou.
  -- Chinese military forces expel wak from Fujian.
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   Births and Deaths
  -- Terazawa Hirotaka, lord of Karatsu, is born (d. 1633).
   1564
   Eiroku 7 (????)
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   Timeline of 1564
  -- 1564/1/8 In the Battle of Knodai in Shimofusa, Hj Ujiyasu defeats Satomi Yoshihiro.
  -- 1564/7/4 Miyoshi Chkei dies and is succeeded by Yoshitsugu. Matsunaga Hisahide takes over Chkei's role within the politics of the Kinai.
  -- 1564/6 Uesugi Kenshin and Takeda Shingen fight the 5th and final Battle of Kawanakajima.
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   Other Events of 1564
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   Births and Deaths
  -- 1564/4 Miyoshi Chkei dies.
  -- William Adams is born in England.
  -- Kong Magojir Hisatsugu of the Kong school of Noh dies.
  -- Sh Nei, future king of Ryky, born.
   1565
   Eiroku 8 (????)
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   Timeline of 1565
  -- 1565/5/19 Ashikaga Yoshiteru, the 13th Ashikaga shogun, is forced to commit suicide when attacked in his palace by troops sent by Miyoshi Yoshitsugu and Matsunaga Hisahide.
  -- 1565/11 Mri Motonari besieges Gassan-Toda (Izumo province), the Amako headquarters.
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   Other Events of 1565
  -- Satake Yoshiaki of Hitachi province dies of illness. His son Yoshishige succeeds him.
  -- The Spanish seize Cebu Island.
  -- Takeda Yoshinobu conspires against his father Takeda Shingen in Kai province but is discovered and later made to commit suicide.
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   Births and Deaths
  -- Ashikaga Yoshiteru commits suicide.
  -- Mri Takamoto, Mri Motonari's heir, dies.
  -- Satake Yoshiaki dies.
   1566
   Eiroku 9 (????)
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   Timeline of 1566
  -- 1566/2/17 Ashikaga Yoshiaki gives up a Buddhist priesthood and begins seeking out a patron to name him the rightful Shgun.
  -- 1566/9/9 Rokkaku Yoshitaka defeated by Asai Nagamasa.(mi province)
  -- 1566/11/19 Amako Yoshihisa surrenders to Mri Motonari and is sent into exile.
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   Other Events of 1566
  -- A Cambodian ship crashes on the coast of Kyushu.
  -- The Jesuits are expelled from Kyoto and flee to Sakai and Kysh.
  -- Battles between Matsunaga Hisahide and the Miyoshi Sanninsh threaten Sakai.
  -- Kanze Motohisa becomes the head of the Kanze school of Noh.
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   Births and Deaths
  -- Date Masamune is born (d. 1636).
  -- Kanze Kokusetsu is born.
  -- Kyan ueekata, author of Kyan nikki, is born (d. 1653).
   1567
   Eiroku 10 (????)
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   Timeline of 1567
  -- 1567/8/15 Oda Nobunaga captures Inabayama castle and takes Mino from Saito Tatsuoki.
  -- 1567/10/10 The Todai-ji of Nara is burned during fighting between the Miyoshi and Matsunaga.
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   Other events of 1567
  -- The court awards Matsudaira Ieyasu the right to the family name 'Tokugawa'.
  -- Ming Chinese court lifts bans on trade in Southeast Asia.
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   Births and Deaths of 1567
  -- Takeda Yoshinobu commits suicide.
  -- Yodogimi (Chacha) is born (d. 1615).
   1568
   Eiroku 11 (?????)
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   Timeline of 1568
  -- 1568/2/8 Ashikaga Yoshihide becomes the 14th Shgun.(Kyoto)
  -- 1568/9/26 Oda Nobunaga enters Kyoto and installs Ashikaga Yoshiaki as Shgun.
  -- 1568/12/27 Tokugawa Ieyasu attacks Kakegawa castle.
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   Other Events of 1568
  -- The Protestant northern provinces of the Netherlands rise up in revolt against Spain.
   1569
   Eiroku 12 (?????)
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   Timeline of 1569
  -- 1569/1/5 The Miyoshi attack Ashikaga Yoshiaki at the Honkokuji in Kyoto.
  -- 1569/4 Luis Frois meets with Oda Nobunaga in Kyoto.
  -- 1569/Summer The city of Sakai submits to Nobunaga's authority.
  -- 1569/7 Fujii Kogen takes Kannabe castle from Mori forces.
  -- 1569/8
  -- Yamanaka Shikanosuke clashes with Mri forces in Izumo province.
  -- Fujii Kogen is forced out of Kannabe castle by Mori forces. He is defeated in the following battle.
  -- 1569/9
  -- Shimazu Yoshihisa takes guchi castle in sumi from the Hishikari.
  -- Chsokabe Motochika defeats the Aki clan of Tosa and begins his efforts to take all of Shikoku.
  -- 1569/10
  -- Mri and tomo forces clash near Hakata in Chikuzen province.
  -- Oda Nobunaga defeats Kitabatake Tomonori of Ise province and forces him to submit; soon after he abolishes Ise's toll barriers.
  -- 1569/10/9 Takeda Shingen surrounds Odawara castle in Sagami; around a week later Shingen retreats and in the process defeats a Hj army at the Battle of Mimasetoge.
  -- 1569/11/23 Hj Ujimasa repairs Odawara castle.
  -- 1569/12 Mri Motonari withdraws his army from Chikuzen province.
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   Other Events of 1569
  -- Luis de Almeida arrives at Amakusa.
  -- The Jesuits, expelled from Kyoto in 1566, are allowed to return to the city.
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   Births and Deaths of 1569
  -- Abe Masatsugu is born (d. 1647).
  -- Ishin Sden is born (d. 1633).
  -- Tosa Mitsumoto dies.
   1570
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  -- 1 Timeline of 1570
  -- 2 Other Events of 1570
  -- 2.1 Battles of 1570
  -- 2.2 Births and Deaths
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   Timeline of 1570
  -- 1570/1/8 Takeda Shingen takes Hanzawa castle from hara Sukeyoshi.
  -- 1570/4 Oda Nobunaga visits Kyoto and prepares a campaign against Asakura Yoshikage.
  -- 1570/5 Nobunaga and Tokugawa Ieyasu march against Asakura Yoshikage of Echizen; Nobunaga is betrayed by Asai Nagamasa, his brother-in-law and is forced to retreat.
  -- 1570/6 Nobunaga and Tokugawa defeat the forces of the Asai and Asakura clans at Anegawa in mi province; afterwards Nobunaga makes an effort to bring down the Asai's Odani castle but withdraws after about a week.
  -- 1570/7 Takeda Shingen leads an army into Suruga province.
  -- 1570/8
  -- Takeda Shingen clashes with Hj and Imagawa troops in Suruga province.
  -- Nobunaga initiates hostilities with the Ishiyama Honganji.
  -- Nobunaga gains control of Sakai (Settsu province).
  -- The Battle of Imayama: tomo troops are defeated by a Ryzji army led by Nabeshima Naoshige. This victory allows Ryzji Takanobu to extend his power in Hizen.
  -- 1570/12 Oda Nobunaga makes peace with Asai and Asakura.
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   Other Events of 1570
  -- The Portuguese establish a trade route from Nagasaki to Malacca via Macao.
  -- Emissaries from Satsuma province arrive in Okinawa, seeking tribute or vassalage from the Kingdom of Ryky and are refused.
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   Battles of 1570
  -- Battle of Anegawa
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   Births and Deaths
  -- Kan Naizen is born (d. 1616).
   1571
   Genki 2 (????)
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   Timeline of 1571
  -- 1571/1 Takeda Shingen and Uesugi Kenshin face each other for the last time at the Tone River (Kozuke province).
  -- 1571/5
  -- Oda Nobunaga lays siege to the Nagashima Ikk stronghold in Ise province.
  -- Nagasaki is established as a foreign trading post by the Portuguese.
  -- 1571/6/14 Mri Motonari dies and is succeded by his grandson, Mri Terumoto
  -- 1571/8 Tokugawa Ieyasu takes Nagashino (Mikawa province) from Suganuma Sadayoshi.
  -- 1571/9/12 Nobunaga burns down Enryakuji
  -- 1571/10/3 Hj Ujiyasu dies and is succeded by Ujimasa.
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   Other Events of 1571
  -- Amami shima submits to the authority of the Kingdom of Ryky.
  -- The Shimazu clan of Satsuma province launches a punitive expedition against Amami shima in response to Ryukyuan refusals to submit to Shimazu authority.
  -- The Kanze school of Noh relocates to Tokugawa Ieyasu's headquarters of Hamamatsu.
  -- Maeda Toshiie seizes control of Noto province on behalf of Oda Nobunaga.
  -- The Spanish seize Luzon Island, and establish the port city of Manila.
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   Births and Deaths
  -- 1571/5 Shimazu Takahisa dies.
  -- 1571/6/14 Mri Motonari dies.
  -- 1571/10/3 Hj Ujiyasu dies.
  -- Painter Kan Takanobu is born (d. 1618).
  -- Tsukahara Bokuden, founder of Kashima Shint-ry, dies (b. 1490).
   1572
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  -- 1 Timeline of 1572
  -- 2 Other Events of 1572
  -- 2.1 Battles of 1572
  -- 2.2 Births and Deaths
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   Timeline of 1572
  -- 1572/1 Takeda Shingen and the Hj make peace; the latter breaks off relations with the Uesugi.
  -- 1572/4 Oda Nobunaga defeats the remnants of the Rokkaku family in mi province.
  -- 1572/5 Ryzji Takanobu forces the surrender of Tsukushi Hirokado of Chikuzen province.
  -- 1572/6 Shimazu Yoshihisa defeats Ito Yoshisuke at the Battle of Kizakihara in Hyga province.
  -- 1572/9 Oda Nobunaga makes an unsucessful attack on Odani castle, the Asai's headquarters.
  -- 1572/11
  -- Takeda Shingen leads his army into the Tokugawa domain.
  -- Uesugi Kenshin clashes with rioting Ikk-ikki in Etch province.
  -- 1572/12 Akiyama Nobutomo, a Takeda retainer, captures Iwamura castle in mino from the Oda.
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   Other Events of 1572
  -- The city of Nagasaki is founded.
  -- Emissaries from Satsuma province arrive in Okinawa, seeking tribute or vassalage from the Kingdom of Ryky and are refused.
  -- Buddhist priests and students from Ryky begin to travel through Kagoshima (Satsuma) on pilgrimages to the "Five Great Temples" of Kyoto.
  -- Sh Ei succeeds his father as king of Ryky.
  -- Tokugawa Ieyasu loses Futamata castle to the Takeda during the Mikatagahara campaign.
  -- Kojima Motoshige, as lord of Toyama castle in Etch, repulses attacks by the Ikk-ikki.
  -- The Wanli Emperor ascends to the throne in Ming China.
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   Battles of 1572
  -- Battle of Kizakihara
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   Births and Deaths
  -- Emperor Go-Yzei is born (d. 1617).
  -- Hosho Shigekatsu dies.
  -- King Sh Gen of Ryky, dies (b. 1528).
   1573
   Tensh 1 (????)
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   Timeline of 1573
  -- 1573/1/6 - Battle of Mikatagahara
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   Other Events of 1573
  -- Oda Nobunaga drives Ashikaga Yoshiaki from Kyoto, marking the end of the Ashikaga shogunate.
  -- A port near Pusan is reopened to Japanese ships.
  -- The Kingdom of Ryky sends a diplomatic mission to Shimazu Yoshihisa, daimyo of Satsuma province, presenting gifts, announcing the ascension of Sh Ei to the throne, and to request increased trade.
  -- The Wanli Emperor takes power in China.
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   Births and Deaths of 1573
  -- 1573/2 - Murakami Yoshikiyo dies at Nechi Castle in Echigo Province.
  -- 1573/4/12 - Takeda Shingen (52) dies at Komanba in Shinano Province.
  -- Goto Mototsugu is born.
   1574
   Tensh 2 (????)
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   Timeline of 1574
  -- 1574/1/19 Ikk-ikki sieze power in Echizen.
  -- 1574/3 Battle of Akechi Castle.
  -- 1574/5 Takeda Katsuyori captures Takatenjin Castle in Ttmi province from Tokugawa Ieyasu.
  -- 1574/7 Oda Nobunaga besieges Nagashima.
  -- 1574/9/29 Nobunaga blockades and sets fire to the main Nagashima fortress, killing around 20,000.
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   Other Events of 1574
  -- Oda forces take Itami Castle from the Ikeda clan in Settsu province.
  -- Satomi Yoshitaka of Awa province dies.
  -- Nobunaga gifts a rakuch-rakugai-zu screen by Kan Eitoku to Uesugi Kenshin.
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   Births and Deaths
  -- Asakura Kageakira dies.
  -- Hatakeyama Yoshitaka is poisoned and killed in a conspiracy against him.
  -- Kanze Motoyori dies.
   1575
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  -- 1 Timeline of 1575
  -- 1.1 Other Events of 1575
  -- 1.1.1 Births and Deaths of 1575
  -- 1.1.2 Battles of 1575
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   Timeline of 1575
  -- 1575/3 Oda Nobunaga receives permission to obtain a piece of the ranjatai, a piece of aromatic sandalwood kept in the Shsin and normally restricted only to Imperial access.
  -- 1575/4 Takeda Katsuyori enters Mikawa province.
  -- 1575/5 Oda Nobunaga campaigns against the Miyoshi in Settsu province.
  -- 1575/5/21 Oda Nobunaga and Tokugawa Ieyasu defeat Takeda Katsuyori at the Battle of Nagashino. 10,000 Takeda warriors are slain.
  -- 1575/8 The Oda army seizes Fuch castle in Echizen from the Asakura clan, giving it to Maeda Toshiie.
  -- 1575/9 The Oda defeat the Honganji's supporters in Echizen, which is given to Shibata Katsuie.
  -- 1575/12 Oda Nobutada sieges and recaptures Iwamura castle.
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   Other Events of 1575
  -- Kobayakawa Takakage and Ukita Naoie defeat Mimura Motochika of Bingo province and force him to commit suicide.
  -- Uesugi Kenshin seizes Matsukura castle from the Shiina clan, marking his rise to power over all of Etch province.
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   Births and Deaths of 1575
  -- Mimura Motochika commits suicide.
  -- Takeda Nobuzane, Baba Nobufusa, Yamagata Masakage, Naito Masatoyo, Hara Masatane, Sanada Nobutsuna, Sanada Masateru, Kasai Mitsuhide, Wada Narishige, Yonekura Shigetsugu, Torii Suneemon and Atobe Shigemasa are killed at the Battle of Nagashino.
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   Battles of 1575
  -- Battle of Nagashino
   1576
   Tensh 4 (????)
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   Timeline of 1576
  -- 1576/2/23 Oda Nobunaga's Azuchi castle is completed in Omi.
  -- 1576/4/14 Oda Nobunaga begins a four-year siege of the Ishiyama Honganji and comes into conflict with the Mri. While the Honganji is blockaded, troops under Toyotomi (Hashiba) Hideyoshi andAkechi Mitsuhide are sent westward through the Chugoku region.
  -- 1576/7/13 Nobunaga is defeated by the Mri in the 1st Battle of Kizugawaguchi - a naval contest off the coast of Settsu.
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   Other Events of 1576
  -- Formal relations begin between Cambodia and the Japanese daimy tomo Yoshishige and Shimazu Yoshihisa.
  -- Wakabayashi Nagato builds Komatsu castle in Kaga province.
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   Births and Deaths
  -- Kong Ujimasa dies.
   1577
   Tensh 5 (????)
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   Timeline of 1577
  -- 1577/2 Nobunaga attacks the Negoroji and Saiga monks of Kii.
  -- 1577/9/15 Uesugi Kenshin occupies Noto province.
  -- 1577/9/23 Uesugi Kenshin defeats Oda Nobunaga at the Battle of Tedorigawa in Kaga.
  -- 1577/12/3 Hashiba (Toyotomi) Hideyoshi attacks Kzuki castle in Harima province.
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   Other Events of 1577
  -- Nobunaga declares the castle town of Azuchi to be a duty-free market.
  -- tomo Yoshishige sends an emissary to Shuri, seeking support from the Kingdom of Ryky against the Shimazu clan. The kingdom refuses, and sends a mission to the Shimazu to shore up its relationship with the clan; the mission presents gifts and congratulates the Shimazu on their victories in conquering three neighboring provinces of Kyushu.
   [edit]
   Births and Deaths
  -- Kanze Motohisa dies.
  -- Matsunaga Hisahide commits suicide after turning on Nobunaga.
   1578
   Tensh 6 (????)
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   Timeline of 1578
  -- 1578/11/12 Battle of Mimigawa
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   Other Events of 1578
   [edit]
   Births and Deaths
  -- 1578/3/13 Uesugi Kenshin dies.
  -- Artist Iwasa Matabei is born (d. 1650).
   1579
   Tensh 7 (????)
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   Timeline of 1579
  -- 1579/5/11 Construction of Azuchi castle completed; it becomes Oda Nobunaga's primary residence.
  -- 1579/5/27 Nobunaga presides over the 'Azuchi Religious Debate', between representatives of Nichiren and Jdo-sh. Declares Jdo the winners, and orders three prominent Nichiren monks killed.
  -- 1579/6/13 Takenaka Hanbei dies.
  -- 1579/8/29 Assassination of Tsukiyamadono.
  -- 1579/9/15 Tokugawa Nobuyasu commits seppuku.
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   Other Events of 1579
  -- Chinese investiture envoys travel to Ryky for the investiture of King Sh Ei.
  -- Oda Nobunaga defeats the Mri and Murakami clans in the second battle of Kizugawaguchi.
  -- The first Raku wares are produced.
  -- A plaque reading Shurei no kuni ("Land of Propriety") is hung at the gate to Shuri Castle; the gate subsequently comes to be known as the Shureimon.
  -- Alessandro Valignano, Jesuit "visitor" (supervisor), arrives in Japan.
  -- The Protestant northern provinces of the Netherlands unite to form the United Provinces.
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   Births and Deaths
  -- Karasumaru Mitsuhiro is born (d. 1638).
   1580
   Tensh 8 (????)
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   Timeline of 1580
  -- 1580/1/17 Miki castle surrenders to Toyotomi Hideyoshi. Bessho Nagaharu commits seppuku.
  -- 1580/3/5 Ishiyama Honganji surrenders.
  -- 1580/8 Ishiyama Honganji burnt down.
  -- 1580/11 Shibata Katsuie achieves victory against the Kaga ikki of Oyama Gob.
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   Other Events of 1580
  -- First Seminaryo in mi province
  -- Hosokawa Tadaoki receives Tango province from Oda Nobunaga.
  -- mura Sumitada grants Nagasaki and the surroundings to the Jesuits.
  -- Sakuma Morimasa attacks Oyama castle.
   1581
   Tensh 9 (????)
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   Timeline of 1581
  -- 1581/2/28 Oda Nobunaga's Uma-zoroe (horse review).
  -- 1581/3/22 Tokugawa Ieyasu recaptures Takatenjin castle in Ttomi province from Takeda Katsuyori.
  -- 1581/8/17 Massacre of the Kya monks
  -- 1581/9/11 Siege of Iga
  -- Sagara Yoshihira of Higo province surrenders to Shimazu Yoshihisa.
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   Other Events of 1581
  -- Nobunaga presents a screen painting by Kan Eitoku, depicting Azuchi castle, to Alessandro Valignano.
  -- Siege of Tottori - Tottori castle, commanded by Kikkawa Tsuneie, falls to Toyotomi Hideyoshi.
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   Births and Deaths
  -- Yusa Tsugumitsu, Oda retainer, is killed upon the orders of Oda Nobunaga.
   1582
   Tensh 10 (????)
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   Timeline of 1582
  -- 1582/1/28 Four boys are sent to Europe by the tomo, mura and Arima clan daimyo, to meet with Pope Gregory XIII.
  -- 1582/3 Battle of Tenmokuzan - Takeda clan is defeated by the combined forces of Tokugawa Ieyasu and Oda Nobunaga.
  -- 1582/4 The Imperial Court decides to offer Nobunaga the title of shogun.
  -- 1582/5 Siege of Uozu, Siege of Matsukura - Uozu and Matsukura castles in Etch province fall to Oda forces.
  -- 1582/6/2 Honn-ji Incident - Oda Nobunaga is killed by Akechi Mitsuhide at the Honn-ji temple in Kyoto.
  -- 1582/6/8 Toyotomi Hideyoshi names Kamei Korenori "Ryky no kami."
  -- 1582/6/13 Battle of Yamazaki
  -- 1582/6/14-15 Azuchi castle is burnt down.
  -- 1582/7/8 Toyotomi Hideyoshi orders a land survey of Yamashiro province; this continues until 1598.
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   Other Events of 1582
  -- Siege of Takamatsu - Takamatsu Castle in Bitch Province falls to a siege by Toyotomi Hideyoshi.
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   Births and Deaths of 1582
  -- Abe Katsuyoshi is killed at Tenmokuzan.
  -- Anayama Beisetsu is killed shortly after the attack on Honn-ji.
  -- Oda Nobunaga is killed at Honn-ji.
  -- Kuchiba Michiyoshi dies.
  -- Fuwa Mitsuharu dies.
  -- Takeda Katsuyori is killed at Tenmokuzan.
   1583
   Tensh 11 (?????)
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   Timeline of 1583
  -- 1583/4/21 Battle of Shizugatake
  -- 1583/4/27 Maeda Toshiie makes a bloodless entry into Kanazawa.
  -- 1583/4/28 Toyotomi Hideyoshi enters Kanazawa, confirms Maeda Toshiie in his holdings in Noto, and grants him two holdings in Kaga province, nearly doubling the Maeda lands.
  -- 1583/9/1 Construction of Osaka castle is started.
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   Other Events of 1583
  -- King Sh Ei of Ryky is formally presented with Miyako-jfu textiles. Records of this event are the earliest extant records of this particular textile art.
  -- Italian Jesuit artist Giovanni Niccolo arrives in Japan, dispatched by Rome to train Japanese artists in the creation of Christian devotional paintings.
  -- Matteo Ricci founds the first Jesuit mission in China.
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   Births and Deaths
  -- 1583/4/24 Shibata Katsuie and Oichi commit suicide at Kitanosh castle.
  -- Missionary Luis de Almeida dies (b. 1525).
  -- Hayashi Razan is born (d. 1657).
  -- Ishikawa Jzan is born (d. 1672).
  -- Nakagawa Kiyohide dies.
  -- Sakuma Morimasa is captured at Shizugatake and later executed.
  -- Shibata Katsumasa is killed at Shizugatake.
  -- Shibata Katsuhisa is killed at Shizugatake.
   1584
   Tensh 12 (?????)
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   Timeline of 1584
  -- 1584/4/9 Battle of Nagakute
  -- 1584/11 Sassa Narimasa "Sarasara goe"
  -- 1584/11/12 Luis Frois composes a letter to Rome, requesting 50,000 religious paintings, a printing press, plates from which prints could be made, and printing technicians. (The request would not be filled, on account of a lack of supply in Rome.)
  -- 1584/12/25 Sasa Narimasa meets Tokugawa Ieyasu at Hamamatsu castle.
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   Other Events of 1584
  -- First Spanish trading ships arrive at Hirado.
  -- Kan Eitoku and members of the Kan school produce paintings to decorate Osaka castle.
  -- Hideyoshi orders a land survey of mi province; his Taik kenchi ("The Taik's Land Survey") enters its mature phase.
   [edit]
   Births and Deaths
  -- Tea master Kanamori Swa is born (d. 1656).
   1585
   Tensh 13 (?????)
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   Timeline of 1585
  -- 1585/1 Toyotomi Hideyoshi and Tokugawa Ieyasu formally make peace.
  -- 1585/4 Hideyoshi subdues the Negorogumi monto of Kii.
  -- 1585/6 Hideyoshi invades Shikoku with roughly 100,000 men.
  -- 1585/7/11 Hideyoshi is named Kampaku by the court. Hideyoshi also names five administrators (Bugyo) to govern Kyoto. Included are Ishida Mitsunari and Asano Nagamasa.
  -- 1585/8/6 Chosokabe Motochika surrenders and has his holdings reduced to Tosa province.
  -- 1585/8/20 Sassa Narimasa surrenders Etchu to Hideyoshi.
  -- Tokugawa Ieyasu dispatches an abortive expedition against Sanada Masayuki of Shinano province.
  -- Hideyoshi issues an edict abolishing merchant
  -- Emperor Ogimachi abdicates in favor of Go-Yozei.
  -- 1585/int.8 Hashiba Hideyoshi officially takes the name Toyotomi.
  -- 1585/10/8 Date Terumune is killed by Hatakeyama Yoshitsugu. He is succeded by his son, Date Masamune
  -- 1585/11/29 Etch province is struck by an earthquake.
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   Other Events of 1585
  -- Construction of Osaka castle is completed.
  -- Chosokabe Motochika's third son Tsuno Chikatada is sent to Toyotomi Hideyoshi as a hostage.
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   Births and Deaths
  -- Niwa Nagahide dies.
  -- Maeda Hidetsugu and his wife are killed in the Etch earthquake.
   1586
   Tensh 14 (?????)
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   Timeline of 1586
  -- 1586/1 or /2 (March) Hideyoshi visits the imperial palace, displaying his golden tearoom to the emperor.
  -- 1586/3 or /4 (May) Hideyoshi entertains tomo Srin at Osaka castle.
  -- 1586/12/4 Tokugawa Ieyasu moves to Sunpu castle from Hamamatsu castle.
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   Other Events of 1586
  -- Kan Eitoku and members of his school paint paintings for the In no Gosho, the retirement palace of Emperor gimachi.
  -- The Shimazu battle the tomo at Usuki.
   [edit]
   Births and Deaths
  -- Kita Shichidayu Nagayoshi is born.
   1587
   Tensh 15 (?????)
   [edit]
   Timeline of 1587
  -- Tensh 14/12/19 (27 Jan 1587) Toyotomi Hideyoshi accepts the title of Daij Daijin, becoming only the third warrior (after Taira Kiyomori and Ashikaga Yoshimitsu) to hold this title.
  -- 1587/3
  -- Toyotomi Hidenaga leads the main Toyotomi army into Kysh.
  -- The Shimazu occupy Funai (Bungo province) but quickly abandon the city before the Toyotomi army.
  -- 1587/4 Toyotomi Hideyoshi leads another army onto Kysh, increasing the overall Toyotomi strength to nearly 170,000 men.
  -- 1587/5 Hideyoshi defeats the Shimazu at the Battle of the Sendai River.
  -- The Shimazu surrender. Yoshihisa is forced to retire but his family retains Satsuma, Osumi, and part of Hyuga.
  -- 1587/5/23 tomo Srin dies.
  -- 1587/6/19 Hideyoshi issues first Christian Expulsion edict.
  -- 1587/7/14 Hideyoshi returns to Kyoto from Kysh.
  -- 1587/7/29 The invitation to the Grand Kitano Tea Ceremony is promulgated.
  -- 1587/9/13 Hideyoshi moves into the Jurakudai.
  -- 1587/10/1 Toyotomi Hideyoshi holds the Grand Kitano Tea Ceremony.
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   Other Events of 1587
  -- Bashfu is listed as a tribute good for the first time.
  -- Kanamori Nagachika destroys Anegakoji Koretsuna of Hida after the latter defies Hideyoshi.
  -- Sh Nei succeeds his father Sh Ei as king of Ryky.
  -- Hideyoshi builds the Jurakudai, commissioning paintings from Kan Eitoku and his school.
  -- Hideyoshi begins construction on the Senjkaku on Miyajima. Following Hideyoshi's death in 1598, the building is never completed.
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   Births and Deaths
  -- Kyoto shoshidai Itakura Shigemune is born (d. 1656).
  -- Kyushu daimy tomo Srin dies. (b. 1530)
  -- Christian daimy Omura Sumitada dies (b. 1533).
   1588
   Tensh 16 (?????)
   [edit]
   Timeline of 1588
  -- 1588/4/14 Emperor Go-Yzei visits Toyotomi Hideyoshi at the Jurakudai.
  -- 1588/5/14 The Higo Rebellion?occurs; Toyotomi Hideyoshi orders Sasa Narimasa to commit suicide as a result.
  -- 1588/7/8 Hideyoshi orders a great 'Sword Hunt' across Japan; also issues a Piracy Control Edict.
  -- 1588/8/22 Hideyoshi sends envoys to Hj Ujimasa requesting his presence in the capital and offers the implicit promise of a confirmation of Hj holdings in the Kant.
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   Other Events of 1588
  -- Ashikaga Yoshiaki declares the official (legal) end of the Ashikaga shogunate.
  -- Hideyoshi demands that the Kingdom of Ryky send a tribute mission to him; no such mission is sent.
   [edit]
   Births and Deaths
  -- Hon'ami Ketsu is born (d. 1637).
  -- Sasa Narimasa dies.
   1589
   Tensh 17 (?????)
   [edit]
   Timeline of 1589
  -- 1589/6/5 Date Masamune soundly defeats the Ashina clan at the battle of Suriage-ga-hara.
  -- 1589/8/28 Hideyoshi sends S Yoshitoshi of Tsushima to Seoul.
  -- 1589/11/24 Toyotomi Hideyoshi orders preperations to be made for a campaign against the Hj.
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   Other Events of 1589
  -- First licensed pleasure quarters are established in Kyoto.
  -- Sh Nei succeeds Sh Ei as king of Ryky.
  -- Toyotomi Hideyoshi arranges for the reconstruction of Sanj-hashi and Goj-hashi, which extend over the Kamo River in Kyoto.
   [edit]
   Births and Deaths
  -- Sakai merchant Tani Shan is born (d. 1644).
   1590
   Tensh 18 (?????)
   [edit]
   Timeline of 1590
  -- 1590/3 Toyotomi troops begin invading the Kant.
  -- 1590/4 Toyotomi Hideyoshi lays siege to the Hj family at Odawara castle (Sagami province), employing over 200,000 troops in the effort.
  -- 1590/7/11 Odawara capitulates; Hj Ujimasa commits suicide.
  -- 1590/7/21 A Korean mission numbering around 300 people stays at the Daitoku-ji.
  -- 1590/8/1 Tokugawa Ieyasu arrives at Edo castle, his new headquarters. The Tokugawa clan is completely relocated to the Kant over the course of the next twelve months.
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   Other Events of 1590
  -- Toyotomi Hideyoshi and Kakizaki Yoshihiro formally receive and meet with the Ezo (Ainu) island chief.
  -- Hideyoshi demands tribute from Korea. Tsushima suggests that Korea send a mission in congratulations for Hideyoshi's unification of Japan; the mission arrives in the 7th month.
  -- The first four Japanese to travel to Europe return to Japan, having left in 1582 to meet with Pope Gregory XIII. They bring with them a printing press, and movable type blocks for both hiragana andkanji.
  -- The Koishikawa channel is constructed, the first major waterworks project in Edo.
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   Births and Deaths of 1590
  -- Naganuma Morihide dies.
  -- Noted painter Kan Eitoku (b.1543) dies.
   1591
   Tensh 19 (?????)
   [edit]
   Timeline of 1591
   [edit]
   Other Events of 1591
  -- Date clan moved from Dewa province to Iwadeyama in Mutsu province by order of Toyotomi Hideyoshi.
  -- Gam clan given Aizu as their domain, under the Uesugi clan.
  -- Hideyoshi, via the Shimazu clan of Satsuma, requests the aid of the Kingdom of Ryky for his invasions of Korea; the request is refused.
  -- Hideyoshi eliminates the last opposition in northern Honsh, uniting Japan under his rule.
  -- Hideyoshi declares a ban on samurai becoming farmers or merchants, and on farmers becoming merchants.
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   Births and Deaths
  -- 1591/1/22 Toyotomi Hidenaga (b. 1540) dies.
  -- 1591/2/28 Sen no Riky (b. 1522) commits suicide.
   1592
   Tensh 20 (?????)

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  -- 1 Timeline of 1592
  -- 1.1 Korean Invasions
  -- 2 Other Events of 1592
  -- 2.1 Births and Deaths
   [edit]
   Timeline of 1592
  -- Tensh 19/12/28 (11 Feb 1592) Toyotomi Hideyoshi passes on his title of Kanpaku to his nephew Toyotomi Hidetsugu and assumes himself the title of Taik
  -- 1592/3 Hideyoshi issues the Hitobarai-rei, revising the census process, and initiating a census to be taken that year.
   [edit]
   Korean Invasions
  -- 1592/4/13 Japanese forces land on Korean soil and capture Pusan.
  -- 1592/4/15 Konishi Yukinaga captures Tongnae, a fortress north of Pusan.
  -- 1592/4/17 Kat Kiyomasa and Nabeshima Naoshige land on Pusan.
  -- 1592/4/27 Konishi Yukinaga captures Ch'ungju and marches on Seoul.
  -- 1592/5 Konishi Yukinaga and Kat Kiyomasa occupy Seoul.
  -- 1592/5/7 Korean 'turtle ships' under Admiral Yi Sun Shin sink 26 Japanese vessels near Okpo; by May 8 Yi sinks a further 18 ships.
  -- 1592/6/15 Konishi's division occupies P'yongyang.
  -- 1592/7/7 Yi Sun Shin routs a Japanese fleet near Hansando, sinking 47 ships and capturing 12.
  -- 1592/7/19 Kat Kiyomasa wins the Battle of Haejongch'ang in his north-eastern advance.
  -- 1592/8/30 50 days cease-fire agreement between Ming and Konishi Yukinaga.
  -- 1592/10 Japanese troops under Hosokawa Tadaoki fail to take Chinju, a fortress northwest of Pusan.
  -- China intervenes and attempts to recapture P'yongyang.
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   Other Events of 1592
  -- Kan Mitsunobu and members of Hasegawa Thaku's studio produce works to decorate Hizen Nagoya castle, the base of operations for Hideyoshi's Korean Invasions.
  -- Maeda Toshinaga begins construction on Kanazawa castle.
  -- Toyotomi Hidetsugu makes the Jurakudai his official palace; he is officially visited there by Emperor Go-Yzei.
   [edit]
   Births and Deaths
  -- Ingen, founder of the baku sect of Zen, is born (d. 1673).
  -- Kan Shei dies (b. 1519).
   1593
   Bunroku 1 (????) / Bunroku 2 (????)
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   Timeline of 1593
   At the opening of the year, Japanese armies are in Korea
  -- Tensh 20/12/8 (10 Jan 1593) - The era name is changed to Bunroku.
  -- 1593/1/1 (2 Feb 1593) - The second year of Bunroku begins.
  -- 1593/1/7 Japanese forces abandon P'yongyang to the Chinese; samurai under Kobayakawa Takakage defeat a Chinese army in a rear-guard action at Byokchekwan.
  -- 1593/5/1 Toyotomi Hideyoshi strips tomo Yoshimune of his lands for cowardice in Korea
  -- 1593/5/15 Ishida Mitsunari and Konishi Yukinaga arrive at Nagoya with Chinese envoy.
  -- 1593/6/21 The Japanese capture Chinju.
  -- 1593/8 Fighting in Korea largely ends after negotiations begin.
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   Other Events of 1593
  -- Gregoria de Cspedes arrives in Japan, invited by Konishi Yukinaga.
  -- Isoho Monogatari, Japanese translation of Aesop's Fables, is published.
  -- Franciscans begin proselytizing efforts in Japan.
  -- Hideyoshi begins publicly performing in Noh plays.
   [edit]
   Births and Deaths
  -- 1593/8/3 Yodogimi gives birth to Toyotomi Hideyori (d. 1615).
  -- Hrin Jsh is born (d. 1668).
  -- Maeda Toshitsune, daimy of Kaga han, is born (d. 1658).
   1594
   Bunroku 3 (????)

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  -- 1 Timeline of 1594
  -- 2 Other Events of 1594
  -- 2.1 Korean Invasions
  -- 2.2 Births and Deaths
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   Timeline of 1594
   [edit]
   Other Events of 1594
  -- Abe Masakatsu is named "Iyo no kami" and is granted use of the Toyotomi surname.
  -- Construction is completed on Fushimi castle; Kan Mitsunobu and Sanraku are commissioned to provide paintings; Toyotomi Hideyoshi begins his residence there.
  -- Ikeda Terumasa marries Tokuhime, a daughter of Tokugawa Ieyasu.
  -- Konoe Nobusuke is exiled to Satsuma province.
  -- A land survey is undertaken upon the orders of Toyotomi Hideyoshi.
  -- Toyotomi Hideyoshi stars in Osaka in a number of plays about his own life.
  -- Toyotomi Hideyoshi famously travels to Yoshino to view cherry blossoms.
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   Korean Invasions
  -- Negotiations continue towards a truce between Japan, China, and Korea.
  -- Kat Kiyomasa et. al. are ordered to withdraw from Korea.
  -- Envoy from Hideyoshi arrives in Beijing seeking to negotiate a truce.
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   Births and Deaths
  -- Hatakeyama Yoshitsuna, lord of Noto, dies (b. 1536).
  -- Hongo Tadatora, Shimazu retainer, dies (b. 1556).
  -- Ishikawa Goemon, famous thief, is captured and executed.
  -- Kimura Shigenari, Toyotomi retainer, is born (d. 1615).
  -- Shimazu Teruhisa dies (b. 1567).
  -- Watari Motomune dies (b. 1530).
   1595
   Bunroku 4 (????)
   [edit]
   Timeline of 1595
  -- 1595/8/2 Hideyoshi orders Hidetsugu's family executed.
  -- Jurakudai is demolished.
   [edit]
   Other Events of 1595
   [edit]
   Births and Deaths
  -- 1595/7/15 Toyotomi Hidetsugu commits suicide on the orders of his uncle Hideyoshi.
   1596
   Keich 1 (????)
   [edit]
   Timeline of 1596
  -- 1596/int7/13 Big earthquake strikes Osaka~Kyoto.
  -- 1596/8/28 Spanish galleon San Felipe, en route from Manila to Acapulco, crashes in Tosa province.
  -- 1596/9/1~2, Toyotomi Hideyoshi meets envoys from Ming at Osaka castle. Negotiations fail, and truce over the matter of Korea falls apart.
   [edit]
   Other Events of 1596
  -- Pedro Martins, the first bishop to travel to Japan, meets with Hideyoshi.
   [edit]
   Births and Deaths
  -- Potter Sakaida Kakiemon is born (d. 1666).
   1597
   Keich 2 (????)
   [edit]
   Timeline of 1597
  -- Keich 1/12/19 (5 Feb 1597) Toyotomi Hideyoshi orders the execution of 26 Christians in Hizen; the first bloody persecution of Christians in Japan.
  -- 1597/2/21 Hideyoshi orders a resumption of the war in Korea. Ukita Hideie is placed in overall command.
  -- 1597/5/4 Construction of Fushimi castle completed.
  -- 1597/7 Moveable type printing begins, based on models of mechanisms captured in Korea.
  -- 1597/8 Japanese troops capture Namwon.
  -- 1597/8/28 Ashikaga Yoshiaki dies.
  -- 1597/9 The 'miracle at Myongyang': 16 ships under Yi Sun Shin defeat a Japanese fleet of 133 vessels.
  -- 1597/12 Kat Kiyomasa and Asano Yukinaga are besieged in Ulsan. The seige continues into the following spring.
   [edit]
   Other Events of 1597
  -- Pottery techniques are imported from Korea.
  -- Niwa Nagashige takes command of Komatsu castle in Kaga province.
   1598
   Keich 3 (????)
   [edit]
   Timeline of 1598
   At the beginning of the year, Japanese armies are in Korea.
  -- 1598/8/5 Hideyoshi establishes a council of regents (Tokugawa Ieyasu, Maeda Toshiie, Mri Terumoto, Ukita Hideie, and Uesugi Kagekatsu) to rule while Hideyori comes of age.
  -- 1598/8/18 Toyotomi Hideyoshi dies.
  -- 1598/8/25 Ieyasu and Toshiie orders the withdrawal of troops from Korea.
  -- 1598/11/10 Ming-Chson Navy blocks Japanese troops.
  -- 1598/11/18 Yi Sun Shin killed in battle with Shimazu Yoshihiro in the war at Noryang.
  -- 1598/12 Withdrawal from Korea completed.
   [edit]
   Other Events of 1598
  -- Main hall and lecture hall of T-ji in Kyoto are rebuilt.
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   Births and Deaths of 1598
  -- 1598/7/17 Akamatsu Norifusa dies.
  -- 1598/8/18 Toyotomi Hideyoshi dies.
  -- Yi Sun-shin dies (b. 1545).
   1599
   Keich 4 (????)
   [edit]
   Timeline of 1599
  -- 15991/1/5 Announcement of Hideyoshi's death.
  -- 1599/1/10 Toyotomi Hideyori moves to Osaka castle from Fushimi castle.
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   Other Events of 1599
  -- Kakizaki Yoshihiro changes his surname and establishes the Matsumae clan.
  -- Upon the orders of Maeda Toshinaga, construction begins on the inner moat of Kanazawa castle, overseen by Takayama Ukon.
   [edit]
   Births and Deaths
  -- 1599/int. 3/3 Maeda Toshiie dies.
  -- Shimazu clan retainer Ijuin Tadamune is murdered within the Shimazu daimyo's residence.
  -- Chosokabe Motochika dies and is succeeded by Morichika.
  -- Painter Sumiyoshi Jokei is born (d. 1670).
   1600
   Keich 5 (????)
   [edit]
   Timeline of 1600
  -- 1600/3/7 Dutch ship Liefde, the crew of which includes William Adams and Jan Joosten, crashes in Bungo province.
  -- 1600/3/29 (possibly 4/10) William Adams and Jan Joosten meet Tokugawa Ieyasu for the first time.
  -- 1600/9/15 Battle of Sekigahara
   [edit]
   Other Events of 1600
  -- British East India Company is established.
  -- Maeda Matsu travels to Edo as a hostage.
  -- The Pope grants permission to all orders of Catholicism to proselytize in Japan.
   [edit]
   Births and Deaths of 1600
  -- Abe Masakatsu dies.
  -- Konishi Yukinaga is executed (b. 1555).
  -- Murakami Motoyoshi dies.
  -- Murakami Yoshisuke dies.
  -- Murakami Yoshitada dies.
   1601
   Keich 6 (????)
   [edit]
   Timeline of 1601
  -- 1601/1 The fifty-three stations of the Tkaid are decided.
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   Other Events of 1601
  -- Revolt of former Chsokabe clan retainers in Tosa province is pacified.
  -- A group of Jesuits including Matteo Ricci become the first Europeans to officially reside in Beijing.
  -- Keich koban and other currency are minted at Fushimi.
  -- The Kinza, which later becomes the shogunate mint & bank, is built in Edo.
  -- Kdai-in, widow of Toyotomi Hideyoshi, retires to Kyoto.
  -- Tokugawa Ieyasu sends a mission to Korea, attempting to restore relations following Hideyoshi's Korean Invasions.
  -- Plans begin for the construction of Nij castle (actual construction begins the following year).
  -- Tokugawa Ieyasu replies to a missive from Nguyen Hoang of southern Viet Nam, establishing the first diplomatic relations between the two states.
  -- Ueda han in Shinano province is turned over to the Sanada clan.
  -- Uesugi clan is moved to Yonezawa han.
  -- Yagy Munenori becomes the formal kenjutsu instructor of Tokugawa Hidetada.
   [edit]
   Births and Deaths
  -- Hoshino Masao, lord of Takat, dies (b. 1542).
  -- Painter Kan Ssh dies (b. 1551).
  -- Kikkawa Hiromasa is born (d. 1666).
  -- Kobayakawa Hidekane, Toyotomi retainer, dies (b. 1566).
  -- Sma Moritane of Mutsu province dies (b. 1529).
  -- Wakabe Mitsuyoshi, lord of Iga, dies (b. 1552).
   1602
   Keich 7 (????)
   [edit]
   Timeline of 1602
  -- 1602/2 Kynyo establishes Higashi Hongan-ji.
  -- 1602/2/1 Ii Naomasa dies.
  -- 1602/10/18 Kobayakawa Hideaki dies.
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   Other Events of 1602
  -- Dutch East India Company is formed.
  -- Shimazu Iehisa suppresses the Shnai Rebellion.
  -- The tenshu of Kanazawa castle is struck by lightning and burns down.
  -- Statsu repairs the cover pages to the Heike nky.
   [edit]
   Births and Deaths
  -- Kan Tan'y is born (d. 1674).
  -- Satomura Jha dies (b. 1524).
   1603
   Keich 8 (????)
   [edit]
   Timeline of 1603
  -- 1603/2/12 Tokugawa Ieyasu becomes Shgun of Japan, establishes Tokugawa Shogunate(Edo bakufu).
  -- 1603/3/21 Construction of Nij castle completed, Ieyasu moves in.
  -- 1603/4 Izumo no Okuni starts Kabuki in Kyoto.
  -- 1603/7/28 Princess Sen marries Toyotomi Hideyori.
  -- 1603/12 A Red seal ship sails to Vietnam from Nagasaki.
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   Other Events of 1603
  -- Formal relations are established between the shogunate and Cambodia.
  -- Nihonbashi is built.
  -- Suminokura Ryi and his son Soan make their first annual trip to Tonkin.
  

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