Le clan Hayashi (林氏, Hayashi-shi?), famille dirigeante du domaine de Jōzai, est un clan japonais qui fait remonter ses origines au clan Ogasawara, shugo de la province de Shinano. La famille sert le clan Matsudaira (appelé plus tard Tokugawa) depuis son apparition dans la province de Mikawa. Le clan devient famille de hatamoto pendant le shogunat Tokugawa .

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  • Le clan Hayashi (林氏, Hayashi-shi?), famille dirigeante du domaine de Jōzai, est un clan japonais qui fait remonter ses origines au clan Ogasawara, shugo de la province de Shinano. La famille sert le clan Matsudaira (appelé plus tard Tokugawa) depuis son apparition dans la province de Mikawa. Le clan devient famille de hatamoto pendant le shogunat Tokugawa . En 1825, après avoir reçu une augmentation de revenus de 10 000 koku grâce au chef de famille Tadafusa qui est alors wakadoshiyori, la famille Hayashi accède au statut de daimyo.Le clan Hayashi est célèbre durant la guerre de Boshin à cause des faits d'armes de son chef, Tadataka Hayashi, dans le combat contre les armées impériales. Les Hayashi deviennent roturiers après la reddition de Tadataka à la fin de 1868. Cependant, plus tard durant l'ère Meiji, Tadahiro, le fils adoptif de Tadataka, reçoit le titre de danshaku (baron) dans la nouvelle organisation nobiliaire kazoku japonaise.
  • O clã Hayashi (林氏, Hayashi-shi?), do domínio de Jōzai, foi um clã do Japão com origens no clã Ogasawara, os shugo da província de Shinano. A família serviu ao clã Matsudaira (mais tarde Tokugawa) na província de Mikawa. Tornou-se uma família de hatamoto sob o xogunato Tokugawa; em 1825, após aumentar seu rendimento de arroz para 10000 koku (graças ao chefe da família, Tadafusa, que então era um wakadoshiyori), a família Hayashi entrou para o grupo dos daimyo.O clã Hayashi family ficou famoso durante a Guerra Boshin pelas ações de seu líder, Hayashi Tadataka, na luta contra o exército imperial. Os Hayashi se tornaram plebeus após a rendição de Tadataka em 1868; entretanto, já na era Meiji, o filho adotivo de Tadataka, Tadahiro, recebeu o título de danshaku (barão) no novo sistema kazoku de nobreza.
  • The Hayashi clan (林氏, Hayashi-shi), onetime ruling family of the Jōzai Domain, is a Japanese clan which traces its origins to the Ogasawara clan, the shugo of Shinano Province. The family served the Matsudaira (later Tokugawa) clan from its days in Mikawa Province. It became a family of hatamoto under the Tokugawa shogunate; in 1825, upon receiving a raise in income to 10,000 koku (thanks to the family head Tadafusa, who was then a wakadoshiyori), the Hayashi family entered the ranks of the daimyo.The Hayashi family was famous during the Boshin War because of the actions of its head, Hayashi Tadataka, in the fight against the imperial army. The Hayashi became commoners after Tadataka's surrender late in 1868; however, later on in the Meiji era, Tadataka's adopted son Tadahiro received the title of danshaku (baron) in the new kazoku system of peerage.
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  • Le clan Hayashi (林氏, Hayashi-shi?), famille dirigeante du domaine de Jōzai, est un clan japonais qui fait remonter ses origines au clan Ogasawara, shugo de la province de Shinano. La famille sert le clan Matsudaira (appelé plus tard Tokugawa) depuis son apparition dans la province de Mikawa. Le clan devient famille de hatamoto pendant le shogunat Tokugawa .
  • The Hayashi clan (林氏, Hayashi-shi), onetime ruling family of the Jōzai Domain, is a Japanese clan which traces its origins to the Ogasawara clan, the shugo of Shinano Province. The family served the Matsudaira (later Tokugawa) clan from its days in Mikawa Province.
  • O clã Hayashi (林氏, Hayashi-shi?), do domínio de Jōzai, foi um clã do Japão com origens no clã Ogasawara, os shugo da província de Shinano. A família serviu ao clã Matsudaira (mais tarde Tokugawa) na província de Mikawa.
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