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* ''Died: [[1611]]''
 
* ''Died: [[1611]]''
 
* ''Distinction: [[Shimazu clan|Shimazu]] retainer''
 
* ''Distinction: [[Shimazu clan|Shimazu]] retainer''
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*''Other Names'': 三郎二郎 ''(Saburôjirô)''
 
* ''Japanese'': [[種子島]]久時 ''(Tanegashima Hisatoki)''
 
* ''Japanese'': [[種子島]]久時 ''(Tanegashima Hisatoki)''
  
Hisatoki was a younger son of [[Tanegashima Tokitada]]. He followed [[Shimazu Yoshihisa]] on his campaigns against the [[Ryuzoji clan|Ryûzôji]] and [[Otomo clan|Ôtomo]] and later served in the [[Korean Invasions|invasions of Korea]].
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Tanegashima Hisatoki was a late 16th-early 17th century lord of the islands of [[Tanegashima]], [[Yakushima]], and [[Erabushima]].
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A younger son of [[Tanegashima Tokitada]], he followed [[Shimazu Yoshihisa]] on his campaigns against the [[Ryuzoji clan|Ryûzôji]] and [[Otomo clan|Ôtomo clans]] and later served under the [[Shimazu clan|Shimazu]] in [[Toyotomi Hideyoshi|Toyotomi Hideyoshi's]] [[Korean Invasions|invasions of Korea]].
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In [[1582]], Shimazu Yoshihisa barred him from selling lumber to non-Shimazu parties in [[Kyushu]], and from sending ships to [[Ryukyu Kingdom|Ryûkyû]] without Yoshihisa's authorization.<ref>Gregory Smits, ''Maritime Ryukyu'', University of Hawaii Press (2019), 208.</ref>
  
 
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==References==
 
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Latest revision as of 04:31, 13 February 2020

  • Born: 1568
  • Died: 1611
  • Distinction: Shimazu retainer
  • Other Names: 三郎二郎 (Saburôjirô)
  • Japanese: 種子島久時 (Tanegashima Hisatoki)

Tanegashima Hisatoki was a late 16th-early 17th century lord of the islands of Tanegashima, Yakushima, and Erabushima.

A younger son of Tanegashima Tokitada, he followed Shimazu Yoshihisa on his campaigns against the Ryûzôji and Ôtomo clans and later served under the Shimazu in Toyotomi Hideyoshi's invasions of Korea.

In 1582, Shimazu Yoshihisa barred him from selling lumber to non-Shimazu parties in Kyushu, and from sending ships to Ryûkyû without Yoshihisa's authorization.[1]

[edit] References

  1. Gregory Smits, Maritime Ryukyu, University of Hawaii Press (2019), 208.
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