Tokugawa Yorinobu (徳川 頼宣, Tokugawa Yorinobu?, 28 avril 1602 – 19 février 1671) est un daimyo du début de l' époque d'Edo de l'histoire du Japon.

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  • Tokugawa Yorinobu (徳川 頼宣, Tokugawa Yorinobu?, 28 avril 1602 – 19 février 1671) est un daimyo du début de l' époque d'Edo de l'histoire du Japon.
  • Tokugawa Yorinobu (徳川 頼宣, April 28, 1602 – February 19, 1671) was a Japanese daimyo of the early Edo period. Born under the name Nagafukumaru, he was the 10th son of Tokugawa Ieyasu, by his concubine Oman-no-kata. On December 8, 1603, Yorinobu received the fief of Mito, then rated at 200,000 koku, as his fief. Mito had formerly belonged to his older brother, Takeda Nobuyoshi. Following his stipend increase to 250,000 koku in October 1604, he came of age on September 12, 1606, taking the name Yorimasa, and receiving the court rank of junior 4th, lower grade (ju-shi-i-ge) and the title of Hitachi no Suke. On January 6, 1610, he was transferred to a 500,000 koku fief in Suruga and Tōtōmi Provinces (thereby founding Sunpu Domain centered around Sunpu Castle), and took the name Yorinobu. However, after a little under a decade in Suruga, he was transferred to the 550,000 koku Wakayama Domain on August 27, 1619, following the transfer of the previous rulers, the Asano clan, to Hiroshima, in Aki Province. Yorinobu thus became the founder of the Kii branch of the Tokugawa family. Yorinobu's wife was the daughter of Katō Kiyomasa. By the end of his life, Yorinobu had achieved junior 2nd court rank (ju-ni-i), as well as holding the title of dainagon ("major counselor").Yorinobu had four children: his successor Tokugawa Mitsusada, Yorizumi, the founder of the Iyo-Saijo Domain, Inaba-hime, who married Ikeda Mitsunaka of the Tottori Domain, and Matsuhime, who married Matsudaira Nobuhira of the Yoshii Domain.He was the father of Mitsusada and Yorizumi. Following his death, he was referred to by the title Nanryū-in.In 1915, Yorinobu was posthumously promoted to senior 2nd court rank (shō-ni-i).
  • 도쿠가와 요리노부(일본어: 徳川 頼宣 (とくがわよりのぶ), 1602년 4월 28일 - 1671년 2월 19일)는 일본 에도 시대의 다이묘로, 1대 쇼군 도쿠가와 이에야스(徳川家康)의 10남이다. 고산케(御三家) 중 하나인 기이 - 도쿠가와 가문의 시조이며 히타치 국(常陸国) 미토 번(水戸藩), 스루가 국(駿河国) 슨푸 번(駿府藩), 기이 국(紀伊国) 와카야마 번(和歌山藩)의 번주를 역임하였다. 8대 쇼군 도쿠가와 요시무네(徳川吉宗)의 조부이다. 패기 있고 씩씩한 성격으로 알려져 있다.
  • 徳川 頼宣(とくがわ よりのぶ)は、徳川家康の十男で、紀州徳川家の祖。常陸国水戸藩、駿河国駿府藩を経て紀伊国和歌山藩の藩主となった。母は側室の養珠院(お万の方)である。8代将軍徳川吉宗の祖父にあたる。幼名は長福丸、元服に伴い頼将(よりのぶ)と名乗り、元和年中に頼信、さらに頼宣に表記を改める。初任官が常陸介であったため、子孫も代々常陸介に任官した。
  • Tokugawa Yorinobu ( 徳川頼宣 , Tokugawa Yorinobu? , 28 de abril de 1602 - 19 de fevereiro de 1671) foi um Daimyō do início do Período Edo da História do Japão.
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  • Tokugawa Yorinobu (徳川 頼宣, Tokugawa Yorinobu?, 28 avril 1602 – 19 février 1671) est un daimyo du début de l' époque d'Edo de l'histoire du Japon.
  • 도쿠가와 요리노부(일본어: 徳川 頼宣 (とくがわよりのぶ), 1602년 4월 28일 - 1671년 2월 19일)는 일본 에도 시대의 다이묘로, 1대 쇼군 도쿠가와 이에야스(徳川家康)의 10남이다. 고산케(御三家) 중 하나인 기이 - 도쿠가와 가문의 시조이며 히타치 국(常陸国) 미토 번(水戸藩), 스루가 국(駿河国) 슨푸 번(駿府藩), 기이 국(紀伊国) 와카야마 번(和歌山藩)의 번주를 역임하였다. 8대 쇼군 도쿠가와 요시무네(徳川吉宗)의 조부이다. 패기 있고 씩씩한 성격으로 알려져 있다.
  • 徳川 頼宣(とくがわ よりのぶ)は、徳川家康の十男で、紀州徳川家の祖。常陸国水戸藩、駿河国駿府藩を経て紀伊国和歌山藩の藩主となった。母は側室の養珠院(お万の方)である。8代将軍徳川吉宗の祖父にあたる。幼名は長福丸、元服に伴い頼将(よりのぶ)と名乗り、元和年中に頼信、さらに頼宣に表記を改める。初任官が常陸介であったため、子孫も代々常陸介に任官した。
  • Tokugawa Yorinobu ( 徳川頼宣 , Tokugawa Yorinobu? , 28 de abril de 1602 - 19 de fevereiro de 1671) foi um Daimyō do início do Período Edo da História do Japão.
  • Tokugawa Yorinobu (徳川 頼宣, April 28, 1602 – February 19, 1671) was a Japanese daimyo of the early Edo period. Born under the name Nagafukumaru, he was the 10th son of Tokugawa Ieyasu, by his concubine Oman-no-kata. On December 8, 1603, Yorinobu received the fief of Mito, then rated at 200,000 koku, as his fief. Mito had formerly belonged to his older brother, Takeda Nobuyoshi.
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