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Haruzumi was first known as Arima Sadazumi and was locally powerful in [[Hizen province|Hizen's]] Shimabara region. He received the use of 'Haru' in his name from shôgun [[Ashikaga Yoshiharu]], afterwards being called Haruzumi. Yoshiharu also gave him an honorific place in the shôbanshû, a private guard for the shôgun. He clashed with many local daimyô (including the [[Goto clan|Gotô]], [[Hirai clan|Hirai]], [[Matsuura clan|Matsuura]], [[Omura clan|Ômura]], [[Saigo clan|Saigô]], and [[Taku clan|Taku]]) as he expanded the [[Arima clan|Arima]] to control five districts of Hizen Province.
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Haruzumi was first known as Arima Sadazumi and was locally powerful in [[Hizen province|Hizen's]] Shimabara region. He received the use of 'Haru' in his name from shôgun [[Ashikaga Yoshiharu]], afterwards being called Haruzumi. Yoshiharu also gave him an honorific place in the shôbanshû, a private guard for the shôgun. He clashed with many local daimyô (including the [[Goto clan|Gotô]], [[Hirai clan|Hirai]], [[Matsura clan|Matsura]], [[Omura clan|Ômura]], [[Saigo clan|Saigô]], and [[Taku clan|Taku]]) as he expanded the [[Arima clan|Arima]] to control five districts of Hizen Province.
  
 
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Latest revision as of 02:13, 7 October 2019


Haruzumi was first known as Arima Sadazumi and was locally powerful in Hizen's Shimabara region. He received the use of 'Haru' in his name from shôgun Ashikaga Yoshiharu, afterwards being called Haruzumi. Yoshiharu also gave him an honorific place in the shôbanshû, a private guard for the shôgun. He clashed with many local daimyô (including the Gotô, Hirai, Matsura, Ômura, Saigô, and Taku) as he expanded the Arima to control five districts of Hizen Province.

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