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Fuchi in November 2019 Born ( 1954-01-14) January 14, 1954 (age 68) Kitakyushu, Fukuoka, Japan Professional wrestling career Ring name(s) Akaoni Masa Fuchi Masanobu Fuchi Billed height 183 cm (6 ft 0 in) Billed weight 105 kg (231 lb) Trained by Masio Koma Debut August 22, 1974 Masanobu Fuchi ( 渕 正信, Fuchi Masanobu, born January 14, 1954) is a Japanese professional wrestler currently signed to All Japan Pro Wrestling (AJPW), where he is also a director and the co-head booker.

[1] Fuchi has masanobu sato wikipedia worked for All Japan since his debut in 1974, and holds the record for the longest World Junior Heavyweight Championship reign at 1309 days. Fuchi became a freelancer in 2009, but officially re-signed with AJPW in 2013 as both a director and wrestler, making him the longest tenured member of the All Japan roster.

Contents • 1 Professional wrestling career • 1.1 All Japan Pro Wrestling (1974–present) • 1.2 North America (1981–1983) • 2 Championships and accomplishments • 3 References • 4 External links Professional wrestling career [ edit ] All Japan Pro Wrestling (1974–present) [ edit ] With a background in amateur wrestling, Fuchi debuted as a professional wrestler on August 22, 1974 for AJPW, facing future Death Match innovator Atsushi Onita.

For the next couple of years, Fuchi and Onita alternated between teaming and feuding on the opening bouts. In 1979, the two went on an excursion to Memphis, Tennessee to season their careers. Fuchi briefly worked for the NWA's Mid-Atlantic Championship Wrestling as a jobber who always showed a good account of himself.

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Following Onita's retirement in 1985 and Tiger Mask II's graduation to the heavyweight division in 1986, Fuchi became the top junior heavyweight star, holding the World Junior Heavyweight Championship on five occasions spanning over 11 years.

Fuchi's third reign spanned 4 years (1989–1993), but the fact that AJPW was relatively closed off to outside competition factored heavily in his lengthy third reign. After losing the belt for the last time in 1996, Fuchi was relegated to the opening "legends" bouts, mostly in teams with Haruka Eigen opposing AJPW founder Giant Baba and Rusher Masanobu sato wikipedia.

In 2000, when Mitsuharu Misawa defected from AJPW to form Pro Wrestling Noah, Fuchi was one of two (the other being Toshiaki Kawada) native wrestlers who remained with the promotion.

As a result, Fuchi was pushed for a while into the upper regions of the card, teaming with Toshiaki Kawada and becoming a top contender for the World Tag Team Championship. Fuchi's first title in eight years was the All Asia Tag Team Championship with fellow veteran Genichiro Tenryu. Fuchi became a director for the promotion soon after the arrival of Keiji Mutoh, a position that Fuchi still holds to this day.

Fuchi still competes on a full-time basis for All-Japan Pro Wrestling, but usually in comedic preliminary bouts against rookie heavyweights and junior heavyweights. On August 20, 2006, Fuchi became a member of the Voodoo Murders stable, competing under a red mask as Akaoni.

His tenure as Akaoni and with the stable only lasted for that evening, as Fuchi unmasked and helped fellow All Japan competitors attack the stable following the main event. From November 23 to December 9, 2007, Fuchi teamed with Osamu Nishimura to compete in the World's Strongest Tag Determination League, finishing the league with 7 points (2 wins, 2 losses and 3 draws) and placing 5th overall.

On June 21, 2013, it was revealed that Masanobu Fuchi had long since resigned from his position in the AJPW Board of Directors and hasn't had an exclusive contract since 2009 due to his age, thus becoming a freelancer, masanobu sato wikipedia he still wrestles for AJPW on a pay per performance basis. [2] However, on July 14, during the launching event of the post-Keiji Mutoh All Japan, Fuchi appeared and announced that he had officially re-signed with the promotion not only as a wrestler, but also as a member of the Board of Directors, ending his tenure as a freelancer.

[3] Shortly afterwards, Fuchi also became the co-head booker of All Japan, alongside Jun Akiyama.

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{INSERTKEYS} [1] On November 27, 2016, Fuchi and fellow first class graduate Atsushi Onita defeated Atsushi Aoki and Hikaru Sato to become the 100th All Asia Tag Team Champions.

[4] [5] It was Fuchi's first title in 12 years, and the combination's first title in 35 years, since their third and last AWA Southern title reign in Memphis in 1981. They lost the title back to Aoki and Sato on June 20, 2017. {/INSERTKEYS}

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{INSERTKEYS} [6] North America (1981–1983) [ edit ] From 1981 to 1983, Fuchi wrestled in North America for CWA in Tennessee, Florida for Championship Wrestling from Florida, Mid-Atlantic and Toronto. [7] In March 1981, he and Atsushi Onita won the AWA Southern Tag Team Championship from Bill Dundee and The Dream Machine in Memphis only holding them for seven days as they dropped the titles back to Dundee and Dream Machine.

That August, they won the titles again defeating Bill Dundee and Jerry Lawler. They dropped them to Eddie Gilbert and Ricky Morton. Championships and accomplishments [ edit ] • All Japan Pro Wrestling • All Asia Tag Team Championship ( 2 times) – with Genichiro Tenryu (1) and Atsushi Onita (1) • World Junior Heavyweight Championship ( 5 times) • Continental Wrestling Association • AWA Southern Tag Team Championship ( 3 times) – with Mr.

Onita [8] [9] • National Wrestling Alliance • NWA World Junior Heavyweight Championship ( 1 time, unrecognized) • Pro Wrestling Illustrated • PWI ranked him 323 of the 500 best singles wrestler during the "PWI Years" in 2003 [10] • Tokyo Sports • Effort Award (1976, 1983) [11] • Wrestling Observer Newsletter • 5 Star Match (1989) with Jumbo Tsuruta and Yoshiaki Yatsu vs.

Genichiro Tenryu, Toshiaki Kawada and Samson Fuyuki on January 28 • 5 Star Match (1990) with Jumbo Tsuruta and Akira Taue vs. Mitsuharu Misawa, Toshiaki Kawada and Kenta Kobashi on October 19 • 5 Star Match (1991) with Jumbo Tsuruta and Akira Taue vs.

Mitsuharu Misawa, Toshiaki Kawada and Kenta Kobashi on April 20 • 5 Star Match (1992) with Jumbo Tsuruta and Akira Taue vs. Mitsuharu Misawa, Toshiaki Kawada and Kenta Kobashi on May 22 • 5 Star Match (1992) with Yoshinari Ogawa vs. Kenta Kobashi and Tsuyoshi Kikuchi on July 5 • 5 Star Match (1994) with Toshiaki Kawada and Akira Taue vs.

Kenta Kobashi, Mitsuharu Misawa and Giant Baba on February 13 • 5 Star Match (2000) with Toshiaki Kawada vs. Takashi Iizuka and Yuji Nagata on December 14 [12] References [ edit ] • ^ a b Meltzer, Dave (September 16, 2013).

"Sep 16 Wrestling Observer Newsletter: Mayweather vs. Canello hype, Night of Champions preview, Olympic Wrestling, CMLL 80th Aniversario preview, tons more!". Wrestling Observer Newsletter. Campbell, California: 31. ISSN 1083-9593. Jun Akiyama and Masa Fuchi have taken over as bookers for this group. • ^ "Update on AJPW's Personal Situation (German)". • ^ 渕正信、全日本に残留/全日本. Nikkan Sports (in Japanese). 2013-07-15 . Retrieved 2013-07-15. • ^ "11.27東京・両国国技館大会試合結果②".

All Japan Pro Wrestling (in Japanese). 2016-11-27 . Retrieved 2016-11-27. • ^ Rose, Bryan (2016-11-27). "AJPW Sumo Hall results: Miyahara vs. Suwama for the Triple Crown". Wrestling Observer Newsletter . Retrieved 2016-11-27.

• ^ 6.20帯広大会[観衆]703人(満員). All Japan Pro Wrestling (in Japanese). 2017-06-20 . Retrieved 2017-06-20. • ^ https://www.cagematch.net/?id=2&nr=350&page=20. {/INSERTKEYS}

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Wrestling title histories: professional wrestling champions around the world from the 19th century to the present. Waterloo, Ontario: Archeus Communications. pp. 185–189. ISBN 0-9698161-5-4. • ^ "Southern Tag Team Title".

Wrestling-Titles. Retrieved January 19, 2020. • ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2011-07-07. Retrieved 2010-09-15. {{ cite web}}: CS1 maint: archived copy as title ( link) • ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2012-10-16. Retrieved 2012-03-04. {{ cite web}}: CS1 maint: archived copy as title ( link) • ^ "Wrestling Observer Newsletter 01/01/2001". members.f4wonline.com.

Retrieved 2018-04-30. External links [ edit ] • All Japan Pro Wrestling profile • Fuchi's profile on Puroresu Central • King Kong Czaya and Tiger Joginder Singh • Dan Miller and Frank Valois • Rikidōzan and Toyonobori • Luther Lindsay and Ricky Waldo • Buddy Austin and Masanobu sato wikipedia Sharpe • Toyonobori and Michiaki Yoshimura • Caripus Hurricane and Gene Kiniski • Giant Baba and Toyonobori • The Destroyer and Billy Red Lyons • Joe Carrolo and Killer Karl Kox • Hiro Matsuda and Michiaki Yoshimura • Eddie Graham and Killer Karl Kox • Giant Baba and Michiaki Yoshimura • Kintaro Ohki and Michiaki Yoshimura • Antonio Inoki and Michiaki Yoshimura • Klondike Bill and Skull Murphy • Antonio Inoki and Kintaro Ohki 1970s • David Von Erich and Kevin Von Erich • Takashi Ishikawa and Akio Sato • Ashura Hara and Mighty Inoue • Ashura Hara and Takashi Ishikawa • Animal Hamaguchi and Isamu Teranishi • Norio Honaga and Isamu Teranishi • Mighty Inoue and Takashi Ishikawa • Ashura Hara and Super Strong Machine • Footloose ( Samson Fuyuki and Toshiaki Kawada) • Shinichi Nakano and Shunji Takano • Doug Furnas and Dan Kroffat 1990s • Kenta Kobashi and Tiger Mask II • Shinichi Masanobu sato wikipedia and Akira Taue • Johnny Ace and Kenta Kobashi • The British Bruisers ( Dynamite Kid and Johnny Smith) • Billy Black masanobu sato wikipedia Joel Deaton • Tsuyoshi Kikuchi and Kenta Kobashi • The Eagle and The Patriot • Jun Akiyama and Takao Omori • Wolf Hawkfield and Johnny Smith • Tamon Honda and Jun Izumida • Hayabusa and Jinsei Shinzaki • No Fear ( Masanobu sato wikipedia Omori and Yoshihiro Takayama) • Mitsuharu Misawa and Yoshinari Ogawa • Tamon Honda and Masao Inoue 2000s • Masahito Kakihara and Mitsuya Nagai • Arashi and Koki Kitahara • Arashi and Nobutaka Araya • Kohei Sato and Hirotaka Yokoi • Kintaro Kanemura and Tetsuhiro Kuroda • Mr.

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Kawasaki, Kanagawa, Japan Nationality Japanese Occupation Actor, Director Years active 1994–present Known for Kids Return, Battle Royale Height 175 cm (5 ft 9 in) Children 2 Masanobu Ando ( 安藤 政信, Andō Masanobu, born May 19, 1975) is a Japanese actor.

Ando has appeared in films such as Takeshi Kitano's Kids Return (1996), Kinji Fukasaku's Battle Royale (2000), Takashi Miike's Sukiyaki Western Django (2007), and Chen Kaige's Forever Enthralled (2008). [1] He also appears in Tsai Ming-liang's award-winning film No No Sleep (2015), in a series of statically filmed urban scenes without dialogue. Contents • 1 Career • masanobu sato wikipedia Personal life • 3 Filmography • 3.1 Film • 3.2 Television • 4 Awards • 5 References • 6 External links Career [ edit ] When Masanobu Ando completed school his direction towards a specific career path was not immediately concrete.

In 1994 he was approached by a talent scout on the street and was offered an acting role, which began a new journey for Ando and his acting career. [2] Ando's career took off after starring in his first film, Takeshi Kitano's Kids Return (1996), which became one of Kitano's most successful films in Japan.

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He played the role of Shinji, a high school student who gave up school to pursue boxing with his best friend. [3] Ando became a popular young actor masanobu sato wikipedia Japan during the late 1990s, but his career slowed down in the 2000s, when he took fewer roles and was only in one or two films per year. [4] He is most famous in the West for his psychopath-killer role of Kazuo Kiriyama in Kinji Fukusaku's Battle Royale (2000), a blockbuster dystopia film, which managed to be one of the most famous blood and gore films of the decade.

In 1998 he visited Russia to film for a Japanese show, Seinen wa Kouya wo Mezasu, where he travelled from Vladivostok to Khabarovsk along the Trans-Siberian Railway.

[2] Ando co-starred in Takashi Miike's Big Bang Love, Juvenile A with Ryuhei Matsuda. [5] He played a supporting role in Shinya Tsukamoto's Nightmare Detective.

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{INSERTKEYS} [6] Ando also appeared in Katsuhito Ishii's Smuggler. [7] He has taken part in the Toronto Film Festival.

Around 2016, the twentieth anniversary of his entry into the film industry, Ando made a comeback and starred in several films, including Sailor Suit and Machine Gun: Graduation, Gonin Saga, and Sadako vs.

Kayako. [4] Personal life [ edit ] Ando is married and has two children. [4] Filmography [ edit ] Film [ edit ] • Rex: kyoryu monogatari (1993) • Kids Return (1996) - Shinji • Innocent World (1998) • Adrenaline Drive (1999) - Satoru Suzuki • Poppoya (1999) - Toshiyuki Yoshioka • Monday (2000) - Mitsuo Kondo, the dead man • Space Travelers (2000) - Makoto Fujimoto ("Black Cat") • Battle Royale (2000) - Kazuo Kiriyama - otoko 6-ban • Transparent: Tribute to a Sad Genius (2001) - Kenichi Satomi • Red Shadow (2001) - Akakage • Drive (2002) - Kodama Makato • Karaoke Terror (2003) - Sugioka • Tokyo 10+01 (2003) - Fake • Short Films (2003) • Sonic Four: Peace Vibe (2003) • 69 (2004) - Tadashi "Adama" Yamada • Black Kiss (2004) - Tatsuo Sorayama • Synesthesia (2005) - Takashi Nohara • Aegis (2005) - Don-chol • Big Bang Love, Juvenile A (2006) - Shiro Kazuki • Green Mind, Metal Bats (2006) - Ishioka • Crickets (2006) - Taichi • Strawberry Shortcakes (2006) - Kikuchi • Nightmare Detective (2006) - Detective Wakamiya • Sakuran (2006) - Seiji • Sukiyaki Western Django (2007) - Yoichi • Forever Enthralled (2008) - Ryuichi Tanaka • The Butcher, the Chef and the Swordsman (2010) • Seediq Bale (2011, part 1, 2) - Genji Kojima, Constable at Tonbara clan • Smuggler (2011) - Spine • R-18 Bungaku-sho Vol.1: Jijojibaku no Watashi (2013) - Yamura • Petal Dance (2013) - Naoto • No No Sleep (2015, Short) • Gonin Saga (2015) - Seiji Shikine • Le coeur régulier (2016) - Jiro • Sadako vs.

Kayako (2016) - Spiritual Medium Kyozo • Kashin (2016) - Yasunori Ochi • Sailor Suit and Machine Gun: Graduation (2016) - Hajime Gakuto • Still Life of Memories (2018) - Haruma • Lenses on Her Heart (2018) - Yuji Kiba • Code Blue the Movie (2018) - Hiroki Shinkai • Day and Night (2019) - Kenichi Kitamura • The Fable: The Killer Who Doesn't Kill (2021) - Suzuki [8] • Zokki (2021) [9] • Rurouni Kenshin: The Beginning (2021) - Takasugi Shinsaku [10] • The Setting Sun (2022) - Jiro Uehara [11] • Younger Brother, An Android, and Me (2022) [12] Television [ edit ] • My Friend's Lover (1997) - Tomoya Kashiwagi • When the Saints Go Marching In (1998) - Ren Takahara • Blue Days (1998) - Juri Sawaki • Seinen wa Kouya o Mezasu (1999, TV Movie) - Jun • Gakko no Kaidan: Haru no Noroi Special (2000, TV Movie) - Satô (segment "Kyôfu shinrigaku nyûmon") • Higashino Keigo Mysteries (2012) - Bito Shigehisa / Akiyama Yuichi • Code Blue (2017) • Your Turn to Kill (2019) • Kirin ga Kuru (2020–21) - Shibata Katsuie • Ship of Theseus (2020) • The Sun Stands Still: The Eclipse (2020) • Fishbowl Wives (2022) - Takuya [13] Awards [ edit ] • 1996: Hochi Film Award – Newcomer Award ( Kids Return) [14] • 1996: Golden Arrow Award – Newcomer Award (film) ( Kids Return) [15] • 1996: Nikkan Sports Film Award – Best Newcomer ( Kids Return) [16] • 1996: Japanese Movie Critics Awards – Best Newcomer ( Kids Return) [17] • 1996: Kinema Junpo Award – Best New Actor ( Kids Return) [18] • 1997: Japan Academy Prize – Newcomer of the Year ( Kids Return) [19] [20] • 1997: Mainichi Film Awards – New Talent Award ( Kids Return) [21] • 1997: Tokyo Sports Film Award – Best Newcomer ( Kids Return) [22] • 1997: Yokohama Film Festival – Best New Talent ( Kids Return) [23] References [ edit ] • ^ Sato, Kuriko (March 27, 2009).

"Midnight Eye interview: Masanobu Ando". Midnight Eye. • ^ a b ВТОРОЕ РОЖДЕНИЕ МАСАНОБУ АНДО (in Russian). Kimono. Published March 2018. Retrieved 21 February 2019.

• ^ Wood, David (October 23, 2000). "BBC – Films – review – Kids Return". BBC. • ^ a b c The Rebirth of Masanobu Ando. Published 2016. • ^ Matthijs, Niels (January 25, 2012). "Review: 46-OKUNEN NO KOI (Personal Favorites #25)". Twitch Film. Archived from the original on March 4, 2016 . Retrieved October 9, 2018. • ^ Schilling, Mark (January 12, 2007). " 'Akuma Tantei' – The Japan Times". The Japan Times.

• ^ Harvey, Dennis (September 20, 2011). "Smuggler – Variety". Variety. • ^ "岡田准一「ザ・ファブル」続編、21年公開決定! 堤真一、平手友梨奈、安藤政信が参戦". eiga.com . Retrieved August 19, 2020. • ^ "吉岡里帆、鈴木福、満島真之介ら映画『ゾッキ』に豪華キャスト18名". Cinematoday . Retrieved October 21, 2020. {/INSERTKEYS}

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• ^ "「るろうに剣心」に桂役で高橋一生、沖田役で村上虹郎、高杉役で安藤政信が出演". Natalie. Retrieved March 2, 2021. • ^ "太宰治「斜陽」映画化で宮本茉由が映画初主演!安藤政信は太宰モデルの作家役". Cinematoday. Retrieved June 19, 2021. • ^ "豊川悦司&安藤政信が義兄弟、阪本順治監督が"究極の孤独"描く問題作『弟とアンドロイドと僕』公開". Cinema Cafe. Retrieved September 27, 2021. • ^ "岩田剛典がドラマ「金魚妻」で篠原涼子と不倫愛、安藤政信や長谷川京子ら11名解禁". Natalie. Retrieved October 21, 2021.

• ^ "Hochi Film Award: Past Winners List". The Hochi Shimbun (in Japanese). Retrieved November 25, 2017. • ^ "Golden Arrow Awards Winners List" (PDF). Japan Magazine Association (in Japanese).

p. 5. Masanobu sato wikipedia from the original (PDF) on August 18, 2017. Retrieved November 25, 2017. • ^ masanobu sato wikipedia Sports Film Award: Past Winners". Nikkan Sports News (in Japanese). Retrieved November 25, 2017. • ^ "Japanese Movie Critics Awards Past Winners". Japanese Movie Critics Awards (in Japanese). Archived from the original on July 2, 2015. Retrieved November 25, 2017. • ^ "Kinema Junpo Best Ten". Kinema Junpo (in Japanese). Retrieved November 25, 2017.

• ^ "Rotten Tomatoes.com: Masanobu Ando". Rotten Tomatoes. Retrieved January 30, 2010. • ^ "20th Japan Academy Prize". Japan Academy Film Prize Association (in Japanese). Retrieved November 25, 2017.

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• ^ "Mainichi Film Concours: History". The Mainichi Newspapers (in Japanese). Retrieved November 25, 2017. • ^ "Tokyo Sports Film Award: Past Winners list". Tokyo Sports (in Japanese). Retrieved November 25, 2017. • ^ "18th Yokohama Film Festival". Yokohama Film Festival (in Japanese). Archived from the original on July 14, 2011. Retrieved November 25, 2017. External links [ edit ] • Official website • Masanobu Ando at IMDb • Kumiko Goto (1988) • Rie Miyazawa (1989) • Takeshi Kitano (1989) • Riho Makise (1990) • Hikari Ishida (1991) • Misa Shimizu (1992) • Masato Hagiwara (1993) • Kyōka Suzuki (1994) • Tatsuya Ishii (1995) • Shunji Iwai (1995) • Masanobu Ando (1996) • Miki Sakai (1997) • Speed (1998) • Ryōko Hirosue (1999) • Kyoko Fukada (2000) • Ko Shibasaki (2001) • Aoi Miyazaki (2002) • Satomi Ishihara (2003) • Masami Nagasawa (2004) • Erika Sawajiri (2005) • Yū Aoi (2006) • Yui Aragaki (2007) • Kaho (2008) • Masaki Okada (2009) • Riisa Naka (2010) • Mao Inoue (2011) • Emi Takei (2012) • Haru Kuroki (2013) • Rena Nōnen (2014) • Suzu Hirose (2015) • Kasumi Arimura (2016) • Minami Hamabe (2017) • Yurina Hirate (2018) • Kaya Kiyohara (2019) • Misaki Hattori (2020) • Ren Komai (2021) Hidden categories: • Articles with Russian-language sources (ru) • CS1 Japanese-language sources (ja) • Articles with short description • Short description matches Wikidata • Articles with hCards • Articles containing Japanese-language text • Articles with ISNI identifiers • Articles with VIAF identifiers • Articles with WORLDCATID identifiers • Articles with BNE identifiers • Articles with BNF identifiers • Articles with GND identifiers • Articles with LCCN identifiers • Articles with NDL identifiers • Articles with NKC identifiers • Articles with SUDOC identifiers Edit links • This page was last edited on 12 January 2022, at 05:18 (UTC).

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Honda Masanobu 本多 正信 Daimyō of Tamanawa In office 1590–1616 Preceded by none Succeeded by Matsudaira Masatsuna Personal details Born 1538 Mikawa Province, Japan Died July 20, 1616 Edo, Japan Resting place Nishi Hongan-ji, Kyoto, Japan Nationality Japanese Military service Allegiance Tokugawa clan Tokugawa shogunate Battles/wars Battle of Azukizaka (1564) Battle of komaki and nagakute (1585) Siege of Ueda (1600) Siege of Osaka (1614) Honda Masanobu ( 本多 正信, 1538 – July 20, 1616) was a commander and daimyō in the service of Tokugawa Ieyasu in Japan during the Azuchi-Momoyama and Edo periods.

[1] In 1563, when an uprising against Ieyasu occurred in Mikawa Province, Masanobu took the side of the peasants against Ieyasu at Battle of Batogahara. He fled from the Tokugawa, rejoining them in the 1570s or 1580s at the behest of Ōkubo Tadayo, and accompanied Ieyasu as he crossed Iga Province following the assassination of Oda Nobunaga at Honnō-ji.

In 1600, Masanobu joined Tokugawa Hidetada's army for the march along the Nakasendō. En route, however, Hidetada attacked Sanada Masayuki at Ueda Castle against Masanobu's advice, and together they arrived late for the Battle of Sekigahara.

Masanobu was a member of the Tokugawa shogunate and ruled a Han in Sagami Province assessed at 22,000 koku. He was present at the siege of Osaka in 1614. Masanobu died several weeks after Ieyasu in 1616. Preceded by • Fujishiro Gozen • Ichikawa no Tsubone • Ikeda Sen • Kaihime • Kamehime • Katakura Kita • Katō Tsune • Komatsuhime • Kushihashi Teru • Maeda Matsu • Myōki • Myōrin • Numata Jakō • Ōhōri Tsuruhime • Okaji no Kata • Okyō no Kata • Omasa • Oni Gozen • Shigashi • Shirai no Tsubone • Ueno Tsuruhime • Yuki no Kata Other women • Lady Acha • Asahihime • Lady Chaa • Chikurin-in • Lady Goryū • Dota Gozen • Gotokuhime • Tsumaki Hiroko • Lady Hayakawa • Hosokawa Gracia • Irohahime • Izumo no Okuni • Lady Kasuga • Kitsuno • Konoe Sakiko • Kōzōsu • Kyōgoku Maria • Kyōgoku Tatsuko • Matsuhime • Megohime • Lady Myōkyū • Naitō Julia • Nōhime • Odai no Kata • Oeyo • Oichi • Ohatsu • Lady Ōkurakyo masanobu sato wikipedia Ōmandokoro • Ono Otsū • Ōtomo-Nata Jezebel • Rikei • Lady Saigō • Lady Sanjō • Seikōin • Senhime • Sentōin • Tobai-in • Toyotomi Sadako • Tomo • Lady Toida • Tokuhime • Lady Tsukiyama • Yamauchi Chiyo • Yoshihime Foreign people in Japan • Sakai Tadayo (1636) • Doi Toshikatsu (1638–1644) • Sakai Tadakatsu (1638–1656) • Sakai Tadakiyo (1666–1680) • Ii Naozumi (1668–1676) • Hotta Masatoshi masanobu sato wikipedia • Ii Naooki (1696–1700, 1711–1714) • Yanagisawa Yoshiyasu (1706–1709) • Ii Naoyuki (1784–1787) • Ii Naoaki (1835–1841) • Ii Naosuke (1858–1860) • Sakai Tadashige (1865) Rōjū • Bugu-bugyō (post-1863) • Edo machi-bugyō • Fushimi bugyō • Gaikoku-bugyō (post-1858) • Gunkan-bugyō (post-1859) • Gusoku-bugyō • Hakodate bugyō • Haneda bugyō (post-1853) • Hyōgo bugyō (post-1864) • Jisha-bugyō • Kanagawa bugyō (post-1859) • Kanjō-bugyō masanobu sato wikipedia • Kinzan-bugyō • Kyoto machi-bugyō • Nara bugyō • Machi-bugyō • Nagasaki bugyō • Niigata bugyō • Nikkō bugyō • Osaka jōdai • Osaka machi-bugyō • Rōya-bugyō • Sado bugyō • Sakai bugyō • Sakuji-bugyō (post-1632) • Shimoda bugyō • Sunpu jōdai • Uraga bugyō • Yamada bugyō Ōmetsuke Edit links • This page was last edited on 29 July 2021, at 13:47 (UTC).

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Article May 9, 2022 Masanobu Sato (Masanobu Sato, năm sinh không rõ-18 tháng 8 năm 1617 (17 tháng 9 năm 1617)) là một samurai, lizhang và linh mục trong thời Chiến quốc.

Được biết đến với cái tên Mamoru Iwami, Kanemon. Cha Sato Tadayoshi, con Sato Nobutada. Tổ tiên của ông Sato Sagami. Hai anh em masanobu sato wikipedia Tadayasu Sato, Nobunobu Sato, phòng của Tsunesei Sato, phòng của Toshiharu Saito (Shomuin), và Midori Yae. Sinh ra ở Kajita, tỉnh Mino.

Suốt đời Tham gia trận chiến Dodo và trận Seki-Kajita. Sống ở Mugegawa Hachiman với tư cách là một samurai. Anh cũng tham gia vào trận chiến Kajita-Kaneyama sau này với tư cách là một thành viên của gia đình Kajita Shu Sato.

Sau chiến tranh, sau cái chết của Toshitaka Saito và sự bỏ hoang của lâu đài Kajita, Masanobu chuyển đến sông Sano ở miền đông đất nước vào năm 1583.

Sau khi nhập cư, ông trở thành một lizhang và một linh mục. Con người / Giai thoại / Hậu duệ "Lãnh chúa lâu đài Maenoshu Kajita Sato Kiimori Takao Kanemon Kai Iwami Mori Masanobu Iwami Tiểu gia chủ Số phát hành năm nay Genna năm thứ 9".

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Ngôi mộ này được xây dựng đối mặt với Noshu. "Người ta nói rằng anh ấy sẽ trở thành cựu gia đình lizhang, lizhang (trưởng làng), và anh ấy sẽ chuyển đến vùng đất của thời Tensho từ gia đình Sato, tổ tiên Masanobu Iwami, và Hachiman, Mugi-gun, Noshu." Sanogawamura Tateya Saibei) "Vào ngày 15 tháng 11, năm thứ 13 của thời đại Tensho, tên của năm linh mục được liệt kê, và người thứ tư là Masanobu Sato Iwami." "Tổ tiên của Chuko, chúa tể của lâu đài Kajita ở Noshu, Sato Kii, Kanemon Kai, Ishimimori, trong thời đại Tensho, Hachiman, Noshu (Mugegawa-cho, Mugi-gun) Genna-Sanchomi (1617) Tốt nghiệp ngày 18 tháng 8, Homei Ishiso Michimi Togosu.

" Ở Mugegawa Hachiman, có đền Fukujuji, là ngôi đền sáng lập của Iwami Mamoru, và masanobu sato wikipedia "Enmeiinden Ishishu Taishou Naoa . Oishi".

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Gia huy của Iwami Mamoru giống với gia huy của Sato Tadayoshi. Vào thời điểm nhập cư, người ta tin rằng anh ta đã chất một số lượng đáng kể vàng bạc và áo giáp lên ngựa và vào Sagami thông qua Nakasendo cùng với những người thân của mình.

Mới định cư ở khu vực này, trở thành một lizhang, và nổi tiếng với tư cách là một thầy tu, có vẻ như anh masanobu sato wikipedia đã có của cải masanobu sato wikipedia kể và người cũng có khả năng masanobu sato wikipedia chiến thắng. Tại chùa Ryufukuji ở Kajita, tang quyến của ông Sato Sagami đã tham gia lễ tưởng niệm 400 năm Kiimori Sato. Giữa Eiroku 8 (1565) và Eiroku 10 (1567), đã xảy ra tranh chấp giữa Tadayasu Sato và em trai mình là Masanobu, người đã giết Tadayasu và cướp lâu đài Kajita, nhưng ngay trước cuộc tấn công vào lâu đài Inabayama.

Tadashi nghỉ hưu sau khi bị Oda Nobunaga kích động, và Masanobu được chuyển giao hoặc giao phó cho Mugehachiman, và hậu duệ của ông đã che giấu nỗi ô nhục này khi Tadayasu chết trong chiến tranh.

Nó cũng được cho là một cái bụng khác của Sato Tadayoshi. Chú thích cuối trang Tài liệu tham khảo "Lịch sử của Thị trấn Tomika" "Mori Sho Sanogawa Murasaki Saibei" "Dainippon Jikan Daikei" Tập 40, Phiên bản mới Sagami Kokudo Fudoki, Tập.

NDLJP: 1179240/188. Sách Lịch sử Gia đình Sano River Sato Các mặt hàng liên quan Ông Sato Liên kết ngoài Lịch sử Thị trấn Tomika Tập 2 Lịch sử Sư phụ mang hai đôi giày rơm
Threw: Right NPB debut April 9, 2001, for the Orix BlueWave Last NPB appearance May 29, 2010, for the Orix Buffaloes NPB statistics (through 2010) Win–loss record 16-20 Saves 63 ERA 3.23 Strikeouts 276 Teams • Orix BlueWave/Orix Buffaloes ( 2001– 2010) Career highlights and awards • 2001 Pacific League Rookie of the Year Last updated on: 8 February 2014 Masanobu Okubo (大久保 勝信; born September 13, 1976 in Hidaka District, Wakayama, Japan) is a former Nippon Professional Baseball pitcher.

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