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Hishijima Kunisada

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  • Titles: Kii no kami, Gunai-shôyu
  • Distinction: Shimazu retainer
  • Japanese: 比志島国貞 (Hishijima Kunisada)

Hishijima Kunisada served Shimazu Yoshihisa and Yoshihiro and resided at Ichiki in Satsuma province. He served in a number of battles, including Mimigawa (1578) and Minamata (1581), and was considered an important retainer.

In the early years of the Edo period, he served as a karô for the Shimazu clan.[1]

References

  1. Yokoyama Manabu 横山学, Ryûkyû koku shisetsu torai no kenkyû 琉球国使節渡来の研究, Tokyo: Yoshikawa kôbunkan (1987), 39.
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