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* ''Japanese:'' [[宗]] 義調 ''(Sou Yoshishige)''
 
* ''Japanese:'' [[宗]] 義調 ''(Sou Yoshishige)''
  
Yoshishige was a son of [[So Haruyasu|Sô Haruyasu]] and ruled the island of [[Tsushima]] in the Korean Straits. He clashed with the [[Matsuura clan|Matsuura]] and in [[1587]] submitted to [[Toyotomi Hideyoshi]] and initiated a failed attempt at negotiations with the Koreans, with whom he had ties through the [[So clan|Sô's]] trading endeavors. He died while these negotiations, aimed at securing passage for Hideyoshi's armies in an invasion of China, were in progress.
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Yoshishige was a son of [[So Haruyasu|Sô Haruyasu]] and ruled the island of [[Tsushima]] in the Korean Straits. He clashed with the [[Matsura clan|Matsura]] and in [[1587]] submitted to [[Toyotomi Hideyoshi]] and initiated a failed attempt at negotiations with the Koreans, with whom he had ties through the [[So clan|Sô's]] trading endeavors. He died while these negotiations, aimed at securing passage for Hideyoshi's armies in an invasion of China, were in progress.
  
 
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Latest revision as of 02:26, 7 October 2019

The Sô kamon.
  • Born: 1532
  • Died: 1588
  • Titles: Sanuki no kami
  • Distinction: Lord of Tsushima
  • Japanese: 義調 (Sou Yoshishige)

Yoshishige was a son of Sô Haruyasu and ruled the island of Tsushima in the Korean Straits. He clashed with the Matsura and in 1587 submitted to Toyotomi Hideyoshi and initiated a failed attempt at negotiations with the Koreans, with whom he had ties through the Sô's trading endeavors. He died while these negotiations, aimed at securing passage for Hideyoshi's armies in an invasion of China, were in progress.

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