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The Toyotomi clan was the first clan to successfully unify Japan during the Sengoku era. The clan was also founded during the era by Hideyoshi Toyotomi, after the death of his former master, Nobunaga Oda. The clan's Diamyo, Hideyoshi Toyotomi is alfo one of the 3 unifiers of Japan. The clan came to a crushing end during the Siege of Osaka Castle and was overthrown by the Tokugawa clan, during Hideyori Toyotomi's rule.

KinEdit

DiamyoEdit

Hideyoshi Toyotomi Hideyori Toyotomi


MaidensEdit

Kōdai-In Yodo-dono
Hatsu Oeyo
Minami-dono Minami no Tsubone
Matsu no Maru-dono Māhime
Kaihime San no Maru-dono
Sanjō-dono Himeji-dono
Hirosawa no Tsubone Getsukei-In
Otane no Kata Enyū-In
Senhime Oiwa no Kata
Nāhime Okogo no Tsubone
Ryusei-In Sadako

RetainersEdit

Seven Spearmen of ShizugatakeEdit

The Seven Spearmen of Shizugatake were seven Samurai under the Toyotomi who performed greatly during the Battle of Shizugatake.

Masanori Fukushima Kiyomasa Katō
Yoshiaki Katō Yasuharu Wakisaka
Nagayasu Hirano Takenori Kasuya
Katsumoto Katagiri

Seven GeneralsEdit

Masanori Fukushima Kiyomasa Katō
Terumasa Ikeda Tadaoki Hosakawa
Yoshinaga Asano Yoshiaki Katō
Nagamasa Kuroda

Five EldersEdit

The Five Elders were five experienced and Daimyo that Hideyoshi Toyotomi appointed to guide and advise his heir, Hideyori Toyotomi when he became of age.

Hideie Ukita Toshiie Maeda
Kagekatsu Uesugi Terumoto Mouri
Ieyasu Tokugawa

Five CommissionersEdit

The Five Commissioners or the Five Regents was an administrative group that Hideyoshi established to take care of his government affairs.

Geni'i Maeda Nagamasa Asano
Mitsunari Ishida Nagamori Mashita
Masaie Natsuka

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