Kobayakawa Hidekane (小早川秀包, Kobayakawa Hidekane?, 1566 - 24 avril 1601) est un samouraï, neuvième fils de Mōri Motonari. Sa mère est Nomi no Kata (乃美の方), concubine de Motonari. À l'origine, il est nommé Motofusa et donné à Ota Hidetsuna mais plus tard, son demi-frère sans enfant Kobayakawa Takakage le prend comme fils adoptif. Après l'adoption de Hideaki, il change son nom pour Hidekane.

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  • Kobayakawa Hidekane (小早川秀包, Kobayakawa Hidekane?, 1566 - 24 avril 1601) est un samouraï, neuvième fils de Mōri Motonari. Sa mère est Nomi no Kata (乃美の方), concubine de Motonari. À l'origine, il est nommé Motofusa et donné à Ota Hidetsuna mais plus tard, son demi-frère sans enfant Kobayakawa Takakage le prend comme fils adoptif. Après l'adoption de Hideaki, il change son nom pour Hidekane. Il épouse Maxentia, fille d'Ōtomo Sōrin et se convertit au christianisme sous le nom de baptème « Findenao » (フィンデナオ).Pour éviter la honte provoquée par son demi-frère, Hidekane change son nom de famille pour celui de « Mōri » après la bataille de Sekigahara.
  • 모리 히데카네(일본어: 毛利秀包 (もうり ひでかね), 1567년 ~ 1601년 4월 24일)는, 센고쿠 시대의 무장, 다이묘이다. 모리 모토나리(毛利元就)의 9남.
  • 毛利 秀包(もうり ひでかね)は、戦国時代から安土桃山時代の武将、大名。
  • Kobayakawa Hidekane (小早川秀包, 1567 – April 24, 1601) was a Japanese samurai, the ninth son of Mōri Motonari. His mother was Motonari's concubine, Nomi no Ōkata (乃美の方). Originally he was named Mototsuna and given to Ōta Hidetsuna but later his childless half-brother Kobayakawa Takakage took him as his adopted son. After this he changed his name to Motofusa. When he became one of Toyotomi Hideyoshi's hostages for some years and granted to use a kanji from Hideyoshi's name, he changed his name again to Hidekane. He married Ōtomo Sōrin's daughter Maxentia (Katsurahime) and converted to Christianity with the baptized name Simao Findenao (シマオ・フィンデナオ).After the Sekigahara Campaign, Hidekane changed his family name back to Mōri, to avoid shame caused by his stepbrother Kobayakawa Hideaki. He died young at 35 years old.Hidekane was known of his gunnery skill, and Tachibana Muneshige's sworn brother. Together with him and other Toyotomi loyalists, Hidekane participated in Siege of Ōtsu Castle.This article incorporates text from OpenHistory.
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  • Kobayakawa Hidekane (小早川秀包, Kobayakawa Hidekane?, 1566 - 24 avril 1601) est un samouraï, neuvième fils de Mōri Motonari. Sa mère est Nomi no Kata (乃美の方), concubine de Motonari. À l'origine, il est nommé Motofusa et donné à Ota Hidetsuna mais plus tard, son demi-frère sans enfant Kobayakawa Takakage le prend comme fils adoptif. Après l'adoption de Hideaki, il change son nom pour Hidekane.
  • 모리 히데카네(일본어: 毛利秀包 (もうり ひでかね), 1567년 ~ 1601년 4월 24일)는, 센고쿠 시대의 무장, 다이묘이다. 모리 모토나리(毛利元就)의 9남.
  • 毛利 秀包(もうり ひでかね)は、戦国時代から安土桃山時代の武将、大名。
  • Kobayakawa Hidekane (小早川秀包, 1567 – April 24, 1601) was a Japanese samurai, the ninth son of Mōri Motonari. His mother was Motonari's concubine, Nomi no Ōkata (乃美の方). Originally he was named Mototsuna and given to Ōta Hidetsuna but later his childless half-brother Kobayakawa Takakage took him as his adopted son. After this he changed his name to Motofusa.
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  • Kobayakawa Hidekane
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