Lady Tsukiyama

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Lady Tsukiyama or Tsukiyama-dono (d. 1579) was the wife and chief consort of Tokugawa Ieyasu, the founder and first shōgun of the Tokugawa shogunate.wikipedia
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Tokugawa Ieyasu

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Lady Tsukiyama or Tsukiyama-dono (d. 1579) was the wife and chief consort of Tokugawa Ieyasu, the founder and first shōgun of the Tokugawa shogunate.
One year later, at the age of 13 (according to East Asian age reckoning), he married his first wife, Lady Tsukiyama, a relative of Imagawa Yoshitmoto, and changed his name again to Matsudaira Kurandonosuke Motoyasu .

Matsudaira Nobuyasu

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She was the mother of Ieyasu's eldest son and heir apparent, Matsudaira Nobuyasu.
His mother was Imagawa Yoshimoto's niece, Lady Tsukiyama.

Yūki Hideyasu

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Oman bore him a son, Hideyasu, though Ieyasu was slow to claim lest it anger his wife.
Hideyasu was born as Tokugawa Ogimaru in 1574, the second son of Tokugawa Ieyasu, by Lady Oman (also known as Lady Kogō), a handmaiden to his wife, Lady Tsukiyama.

Tokuhime (Oda)

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Because Nobuyasu had no sons by his wife Tokuhime, a daughter of Oda Nobunaga, Lady Tsukiyama decided to procure a daughter of a Takeda retainer for her son's concubine.
She is also remembered as the person most responsible for the deaths of Nobuyasu and his mother, Ieyasu's wife, the Lady Tsukiyama.

Ii Naohira

Her mother was Imagawa Yoshimoto's former concubine and daughter of Ii Naohira.
She bore the famous Lady Tsukiyama, the first wife of Tokugawa Ieyasu, from that marriage.

Lady Saigō

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During this time, he had started an affair with Lady Saigō.
During this time, Ieyasu had a house built in eastern Mikawa, far from the residence of his wife, the Lady Tsukiyama, in Okazaki.

Shōgun

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Lady Tsukiyama or Tsukiyama-dono (d. 1579) was the wife and chief consort of Tokugawa Ieyasu, the founder and first shōgun of the Tokugawa shogunate.

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Lady Tsukiyama or Tsukiyama-dono (d. 1579) was the wife and chief consort of Tokugawa Ieyasu, the founder and first shōgun of the Tokugawa shogunate.

Heir apparent

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She was the mother of Ieyasu's eldest son and heir apparent, Matsudaira Nobuyasu.

Imagawa Yoshimoto

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Her mother was Imagawa Yoshimoto's former concubine and daughter of Ii Naohira. The marriage was arranged by her Imagawa Yoshimoto, ostensibly to help cement ties between the Imagawa clan and the Tokugawa clan, respectively.

Imagawa clan

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The marriage was arranged by her Imagawa Yoshimoto, ostensibly to help cement ties between the Imagawa clan and the Tokugawa clan, respectively.

Tokugawa clan

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The marriage was arranged by her Imagawa Yoshimoto, ostensibly to help cement ties between the Imagawa clan and the Tokugawa clan, respectively.

Okazaki Castle

When Ieyasu moved to Hamamatsu in 1570, he left Lady Tsukiyama and their eldest son at Okazaki Castle.

Oda Nobunaga

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Because Nobuyasu had no sons by his wife Tokuhime, a daughter of Oda Nobunaga, Lady Tsukiyama decided to procure a daughter of a Takeda retainer for her son's concubine.

Tenpō

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Her head was sent to Okazaki and interred at Yūden temple ; during the Tenpō era (1830–1844) it was transferred to Hachioji Shrine .

Tenryū Ward

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Knowing his eldest son would feel obligated to avenge his late mother's death, Ieyasu eventually ordered Nobuyasu, who was confined at Futamata Castle (now Tenryū Ward, Hamamatsu), to commit suicide (seppuku) on 5 October 1579.

Hamamatsu

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Knowing his eldest son would feel obligated to avenge his late mother's death, Ieyasu eventually ordered Nobuyasu, who was confined at Futamata Castle (now Tenryū Ward, Hamamatsu), to commit suicide (seppuku) on 5 October 1579.

Seppuku

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Knowing his eldest son would feel obligated to avenge his late mother's death, Ieyasu eventually ordered Nobuyasu, who was confined at Futamata Castle (now Tenryū Ward, Hamamatsu), to commit suicide (seppuku) on 5 October 1579.

Tokugawa Hidetada

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This was shortly before Lady Tsukiyama, Ieyasu's official wife, and their son Tokugawa Nobuyasu were executed on suspicion of plotting to assassinate Oda Nobunaga, who was Nobuyasu's father-in-law and Ieyasu's ally.

Tokugawa Ieyasu (TV series)

Tokugawa Ieyasu
Kimiko Ikegami as Lady Tsukiyama - wife of Ieyasu

Kamehime

Kamehime (亀姫, 27 July 1560 - 1 August 1625) was the eldest daughter of Tokugawa Ieyasu with his wife, Lady Tsukiyama.

Gō (TV series)

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Kayo Asano as Lady Tsukiyama