Le clan Maeda était l'une des plus puissantes familles de samouraïs du Japon. Certains croient que c'est cette famille qui gouvernait réellement le Japon pendant la période de shogunat des Tokugawa.Le clan Maeda a gouverné la ville de Kanazawa de 1583 jusqu'à la restauration de Meiji en 1868.

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  • Le clan Maeda était l'une des plus puissantes familles de samouraïs du Japon. Certains croient que c'est cette famille qui gouvernait réellement le Japon pendant la période de shogunat des Tokugawa.Le clan Maeda a gouverné la ville de Kanazawa de 1583 jusqu'à la restauration de Meiji en 1868.
  • 前田氏(まえだし)は、日本の氏族の一つ。戦国時代に尾張の前田家が台頭し、江戸時代には大名家となった。通字は「利」(とし)。
  • Die Maeda (jap. 前田氏, Maeda-shi), veraltet: Mayeda, waren eine der mächtigsten Samurai-Familien im historischen Japan. Als Vasall des späteren Machthabers Tokugawa Ieyasu unterstützen sie ihn in seiner Entscheidungsschlacht, der Schlacht von Sekigahara, und wurden reich belohnt, sodass sie im Tokugawa-Shogunat (1603–1867) in ihrem Einkommen in Koku Reis und der Größe ihrer Lehen nur von den Tokugawa selbst übertroffen wurden.
  • O clã Maeda (前田氏, Maeda-shi?) foi um ramo do clã Sugawara descendente de Sugawara no Kiyotomo e Sugawara no Michizane dos séculos VIII e IX. Foi um dos mais poderosos clãs de samurais do Japão e só ficavam atrás do clã Tokugawa em produção de arroz e tamanho dos feudos. Tornaram-se daimyo durante o Período Edo.O clã Maeda governou o domínio de Kaga a partir de seu quartel-general em Kanazawa de 1583 atá a Restauração Meiji em 1868. O Castelo de Kanazawa e o Kenroku-en são heranças culturais do clã Maeda.Provavelmente o membro mais famoso do clã foi Maeda Toshiie (1538-1599), filho de Toshimasa. Toshiie foi um dos principais generais de Oda Nobunaga e lutou contra o clã Hōjō tardio sob o comando de Toyotomi Hideyoshi. O Santuário Oyama, dedicado à sua honra, pode ser visto em Kanazawa.Toshiie dividiu seu feudo entre seus filhos. O mais velho Toshinaga participou da Batalha de Sekigahara e construiu o Castelo de Kanazawa; foi o daimyo mais rico do governo Tokugawa com mais de 1,2 milhão de koku (Turnbull, 1998). Outros filhos incluíam Toshimasa e o adotado Toshitsune, que lutaram no Cerco de Osaka.
  • Maeda clan (前田氏, Maeda-shi) was a branch of the Sugawara clan who descended from Sugawara no Kiyotomo and Sugawara no Michizane in the eighth and ninth centuries. It was one of the most powerful samurai families in Japan and they were second only to the Tokugawa clan in rice production and fief size. They became daimyo during the Edo period.The Maeda clan ruled the Kaga Domain from their headquarters in Kanazawa from 1583 until the Meiji Restoration in 1868. Kanazawa Castle and Kenroku-en are cultural relics of the Maeda clan. Perhaps the most famous member of this clan was Maeda Toshiie (1538–1599), son of Toshimasa. Toshiie was one of the leading generals under Oda Nobunaga, and later fought against the late Hōjō clan under the command of Toyotomi Hideyoshi. Oyama Shrine, dedicated in his honor, can be seen in Kanazawa.Toshiie divided his fief among his sons. His eldest son Toshinaga participated in the Battle of Sekigahara and built Kanazawa Castle; he was noted for being the wealthiest daimyo in Tokugawa Japan with over 1.2 million koku (Turnbull, 1998). Other sons included Toshimasa and an adopted brother named Toshitsune, both of whom both fought in the Siege of Osaka.
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  • Le clan Maeda était l'une des plus puissantes familles de samouraïs du Japon. Certains croient que c'est cette famille qui gouvernait réellement le Japon pendant la période de shogunat des Tokugawa.Le clan Maeda a gouverné la ville de Kanazawa de 1583 jusqu'à la restauration de Meiji en 1868.
  • 前田氏(まえだし)は、日本の氏族の一つ。戦国時代に尾張の前田家が台頭し、江戸時代には大名家となった。通字は「利」(とし)。
  • Die Maeda (jap. 前田氏, Maeda-shi), veraltet: Mayeda, waren eine der mächtigsten Samurai-Familien im historischen Japan. Als Vasall des späteren Machthabers Tokugawa Ieyasu unterstützen sie ihn in seiner Entscheidungsschlacht, der Schlacht von Sekigahara, und wurden reich belohnt, sodass sie im Tokugawa-Shogunat (1603–1867) in ihrem Einkommen in Koku Reis und der Größe ihrer Lehen nur von den Tokugawa selbst übertroffen wurden.
  • O clã Maeda (前田氏, Maeda-shi?) foi um ramo do clã Sugawara descendente de Sugawara no Kiyotomo e Sugawara no Michizane dos séculos VIII e IX. Foi um dos mais poderosos clãs de samurais do Japão e só ficavam atrás do clã Tokugawa em produção de arroz e tamanho dos feudos. Tornaram-se daimyo durante o Período Edo.O clã Maeda governou o domínio de Kaga a partir de seu quartel-general em Kanazawa de 1583 atá a Restauração Meiji em 1868.
  • Maeda clan (前田氏, Maeda-shi) was a branch of the Sugawara clan who descended from Sugawara no Kiyotomo and Sugawara no Michizane in the eighth and ninth centuries. It was one of the most powerful samurai families in Japan and they were second only to the Tokugawa clan in rice production and fief size. They became daimyo during the Edo period.The Maeda clan ruled the Kaga Domain from their headquarters in Kanazawa from 1583 until the Meiji Restoration in 1868.
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  • Maeda clan
  • 前田氏
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