Ōkubo Tadayo (大久保 忠世, Ōkubo Tadayo?, 1532 - 28 octobre 1594) est un général samouraï au service de Tokugawa Ieyasu durant l'époque Azuchi-Momoyama, puis daimyō au début de l'époque d'Edo de l'histoire du Japon. Ōkubo Tadayo est le fils ainé d'Ōkubo Tadakazu, vassal héréditaire du clan Tokugawa.

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  • Ōkubo Tadayo (大久保 忠世, Ōkubo Tadayo?, 1532 - 28 octobre 1594) est un général samouraï au service de Tokugawa Ieyasu durant l'époque Azuchi-Momoyama, puis daimyō au début de l'époque d'Edo de l'histoire du Japon. Ōkubo Tadayo est le fils ainé d'Ōkubo Tadakazu, vassal héréditaire du clan Tokugawa. Il naît dans ce qui est à présent la ville d'Okazaki de la province de Mikawa et accompagne Tokugawa Ieyasu dans toutes ses campagnes dont la bataille de Mikatagahara (1573) et la bataille de Nagashino (1575). Surnommé Shinjuro (新十郎, Shinjuro?), il finit par être considéré comme l'un des seize généraux de Ieyasu et se voit confier le château de Futamata dans la province de Tōtōmi. Après l'assassinat d'Oda Nobunaga en 1582, Ieyasu étend sa gouvernance à la province de Shinano tandis qu'Ōkubo Tadayo est chargé d'organiser la campagne depuis sa base du château de Komoro. Après la bataille d'Odawara de 1590, Ieyasu est transféré de la région de Tōkai aux provinces de la région de Kantō. Toyotomi Hideyoshi ordonne que Ōkubo Tadayo soit alors élevé au statut de daimyō et lui accorde le fief d'Odawara avec un revenu de 45 000 koku. Il continue à diriger Odawara jusqu'à sa mort en 1594 et son fils Ōkubo Tadachika lui succède.
  • Ōkubo Tadayo (大久保 忠世, 1532 – October 28, 1594) was a samurai general in the service of Tokugawa Ieyasu in the Azuchi-Momoyama period, subsequently becoming a daimyō in early Edo period, Japan. Ōkubo Tadayo was the eldest son of Ōkubo Tadakazu, a hereditary retainer of the Tokugawa clan. He was born in what is now part of the city of Okazaki in Mikawa Province, and accompanied Tokugawa Ieyasu in all of his campaigns, including the Battle of Mikatagahara (1573) and Battle of Nagashino (1575). Nicknamed Shinjuro (新十郎), he rose to become considered one of Ieyasu's sixteen generals and was entrusted with Futamata Castle in Tōtōmi Province. Upon the assassination of Oda Nobunaga in 1582, Ieyasu expanded his rule into Shinano Province, with Ōkubo Tadayo assigned to managing the campaign from his base at Komoro Castle. After the Battle of Odawara (1590), Ieyasu was transferred from the Tōkai region to the provinces of the Kantō region. Toyotomi Hideyoshi ordered that Ōkubo Tadayo be raised at that point to the status of daimyō, and was assigned the fief of Odawara, with an income of 45,000 koku. He continued to rule in Odawara until his death in 1594, and was succeeded by his son, Ōkubo Tadachika
  • 오쿠보 다다요(일본어: 大久保忠世 (おおくぼ ただよ), 1532년 ~ 1594년 10월 28일)는 센고쿠 시대부터 아즈치모모야마 시대까지 활약한 무장이다. 도쿠가와 이에야스(徳川家康)의 가신으로 미카와(三河) 누카타 군(額田郡) 가미와다(上和田)(현재 아이치 현 오카자키 시)의 오쿠보 씨(大久保氏)의 지류인 오쿠보 다다카즈(大久保忠員)의 장남이다. 가니에 칠본창(蟹江七本槍)과 도쿠가와 십육신장(徳川十六神将)의 1명으로 꼽힌다.
  • 大久保 忠世(おおくぼ ただよ)は、戦国時代から安土桃山時代にかけての武将。松平氏(徳川氏)の家臣。三河国額田郡上和田(愛知県岡崎市)の大久保氏の支流である大久保忠員の長男。蟹江七本槍、徳川十六神将の1人に数えられる。
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  • Ōkubo Tadayo (大久保 忠世, Ōkubo Tadayo?, 1532 - 28 octobre 1594) est un général samouraï au service de Tokugawa Ieyasu durant l'époque Azuchi-Momoyama, puis daimyō au début de l'époque d'Edo de l'histoire du Japon. Ōkubo Tadayo est le fils ainé d'Ōkubo Tadakazu, vassal héréditaire du clan Tokugawa.
  • 오쿠보 다다요(일본어: 大久保忠世 (おおくぼ ただよ), 1532년 ~ 1594년 10월 28일)는 센고쿠 시대부터 아즈치모모야마 시대까지 활약한 무장이다. 도쿠가와 이에야스(徳川家康)의 가신으로 미카와(三河) 누카타 군(額田郡) 가미와다(上和田)(현재 아이치 현 오카자키 시)의 오쿠보 씨(大久保氏)의 지류인 오쿠보 다다카즈(大久保忠員)의 장남이다. 가니에 칠본창(蟹江七本槍)과 도쿠가와 십육신장(徳川十六神将)의 1명으로 꼽힌다.
  • 大久保 忠世(おおくぼ ただよ)は、戦国時代から安土桃山時代にかけての武将。松平氏(徳川氏)の家臣。三河国額田郡上和田(愛知県岡崎市)の大久保氏の支流である大久保忠員の長男。蟹江七本槍、徳川十六神将の1人に数えられる。
  • Ōkubo Tadayo (大久保 忠世, 1532 – October 28, 1594) was a samurai general in the service of Tokugawa Ieyasu in the Azuchi-Momoyama period, subsequently becoming a daimyō in early Edo period, Japan. Ōkubo Tadayo was the eldest son of Ōkubo Tadakazu, a hereditary retainer of the Tokugawa clan. He was born in what is now part of the city of Okazaki in Mikawa Province, and accompanied Tokugawa Ieyasu in all of his campaigns, including the Battle of Mikatagahara (1573) and Battle of Nagashino (1575).
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