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Parents  Oichi, Azai Nagamasa
Name  Oeyo Oeyo
Siblings  Yodo-dono

Oeyo
Died  September 15, 1626, Edo Castle
Spouse  Tokugawa Hidetada (m. 1595–1626)
Similar People  Tokugawa Hidetada, Ohatsu, Yodo‑dono, Azai Nagamasa, Oichi

Children  Tokugawa Iemitsu, Senhime

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Oeyo (於江与), (), Ogō (小督) or Satoko (達子) : 1573 – September 15, 1626) was a prominently-placed female figure in late-Sengoku period. She married three times, first to Saji Kazunari, her cousin, then to Toyotomi Hideyoshi's nephew, Toyotomi Hidekatsu. She had a daughter with Hidekatsu named Toyotomi Sadako later married Kujō Yukiie. Her third and last husband Tokugawa Hidetada became the second Tokugawa shogun. She was also the mother of his successor Iemitsu, the third shogun. She had Senhime, Tamahime, Katsuhime, Hatsuhime, Takechiyo (Iemitsu), and Tadanaga. Hatsuhime was adopted by Oeyo's sister Ohatsu, who is the wife of Kyōgoku Takatsugu.

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Hidetada's changing fortunes affected Oeyo's life as well. Surviving record books from merchants of luxury goods provide insight into patterns of patronage and taste amongst the privileged class of women like Oeyo and her sisters.

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Genealogy

Oeyo, also known as Ogō, was the third and youngest daughter of the Sengoku-period daimyō Azai Nagamasa. Her mother, Oichi was the younger sister of Oda Nobunaga. Toyotomi Hideyoshi became the adoptive father and protector of Oeyo in the period before her marriage.

Oeyo's oldest sister, styled Yodo-dono, Cha-Cha in birth name, was a prominent concubine of Hideyoshi who gave birth to his heir, Toyotomi Hideyori.

Oeyo's middle sister, Ohatsu was the wife of Kyōgoku Takatsugu and the mother of Kyōgoku Tadataka.

Family

  • Father: Azai Nagamasa
  • Mother: Oichi
  • Step-Father: Shibata Katsuie
  • Adopted Father: Toyotomi Hideyoshi
  • Husbands:
  • Saji Kazunari (m. 1583 div. 1584)
  • Toyotomi Hidekatsu (m. 1591–1592)
  • Tokugawa Hidetada
  • Children:
  • by Hidekatsu

  • Toyotomi Sadako (1592–1658), adopted by Toyotomi Hideyoshi and Yodo-dono later married Kujō Yukiie and later adopted by Tokugawa Hidetada
  • by Hidetada

  • Senhime
  • Tamahime
  • Katsuhime
  • Hatsuhime
  • Tokugawa Iemitsu
  • Tokugawa Tadanaga
  • Tokugawa Masako
  • Timeline

  • 1573: Born
  • 1573: Azai Nagamasa and Manpukumaru were suicides, Oichi and her daughters returned to Oda clan.
  • 1579: move to Azuchi Castle from Ise-Ueno Castle
  • 1582: Oda Nobunaga was betrayed
  • 1582: Oichi married to Shibata Katsuie
  • 1583: Shibata Katsuie and Oichi suicide
  • 1583: married Saji Kazunari
  • 1584: divorced with Saji Kazunari
  • 1587: Ohatsu married Kyōgoku Takatsugu
  • 1589: Yodo-dono give birth to Toyotomi Tsurumatsu
  • 1591: Yodo-dono's son, Toyotomi Tsurumatsu died
  • 1591: married with Toyotomi Hidekatsu and moved to Jurakudai
  • 1592: Toyotomi Hidekatsu died
  • 1592: give birth to Toyotomi Sadako
  • 1593: Yodo-dono give birth to Toyotomi Hideyori
  • 1595: Toyotomi Hidetsugu suicide and Jurakudai was dismantled
  • 1595: Married Tokugawa Hidetada.
  • 1597: May 26: Gave birth to Sen-hime
  • 1599: Aug. 1: Gave birth to Tama-hime (died 9 August 1622)
  • 1601: June 12: Gave birth to Katsu-hime (died 20 March 1672)
  • 1601: Tamahime married Maeda Toshitsune
  • 1602: Aug. 25: Gave birth to Hatsu-hime (died 16 April 1630)
  • 1603: Senhime married to Toyotomi Hideyori
  • 1603: June 3: Toyotomi Sadako married Kujō Yukiie
  • 1604: Aug. 12: Gave birth to Iemitsu
  • 1605: Hidetada becomes shogun
  • 1606: June 12: Gave birth to Tadanaga
  • 1607: Nov. 23: Gave birth to Matsu-hime Tokugawa Masako
  • 1607: Sadahime gave birth to Nijo Yasumichi
  • 1607: Hatsu-hime married Kyōgoku Tadakata
  • 1609: Sadahime gave birth to Kujo Michifusa
  • 1611: Katsuhime married Matsudaira Tadanao
  • 1613: Tamahime give birth to Kametsuru-hime
  • 1615: Toyotomi Hideyori and his mother Yodo-dono suicide, Osaka Castle burned and Senhime returned to Tokugawa Family.
  • 1615: meet with step-son, Hoshina Masayuki
  • 1615: Sadahime gave birth to Matsudono Michimoto
  • 1616: Senhime married to Honda Tadatoki
  • 1616: Tamahime Give birth to Maeda Mitsutaka
  • 1617: Tamahime Give birth to Maeda Toshitsugu
  • 1618: Senhime Give birth to Katsuhime
  • 1619: Senhime Give birth to Kochiyo
  • 1620: Masako married Emperor Go-Mizunoo
  • 1621: Senhime's son, Kochiyo died
  • 1621: Tamahime give birth to Tomihime
  • 1621: Masako give birth to Imperial Prince Sukehito
  • 1623: Iemitsu becomes shogun
  • 1623: Iemitsu married Takaatsukasa Takako
  • 1624: Tokugawa Masako Give birth to Empress Meishō
  • 1625: Masako give birth to Onna-ni-no-Miya
  • 1626: Died while Hidetada and Iemitsu were in Kyoto
  • 1626: Masako give birth to Imperial Prince Takehito
  • 1626: Received the posthumous court rank of Juichii
  • Burial

    After Hidetada resigned the government to his eldest son in 1623, Oeyo took a Buddhist name, Sūgen'in (崇源院) or Sogenin. Her mausoleum can be found at Zōjō-ji in the Shiba neighborhood of Tokyo.

    Honours

  • Junior First Rank (November 28, 1626; posthumous)
  • Taiga drama

    NHK's 2011 Taiga drama, Gō: Himetachi no Sengoku, is based on the life of Oeyo who is played by the actress Juri Ueno.

    Notable Descendants

    Toyotomi Sadako

  • Matsudono Michiaki (1616-1646)
  • Nijō Yasumichi
  • Nijō Mitsuhira
  • Kujō Michifusa
  • a daughter married Kujō Kaneharu
  • Kujō Sukezane
  • Kujō Morotaka
  • Zuisho-in married Tokugawa Yoshimichi
  • Tokugawa Gorōta
  • Kujō Yukinori
  • Kujō Tanemoto
  • Kujō Naozane
  • Kujō Michisaki
  • Kujō Sukeie
  • Nijō Munemoto
  • Nijō Shigeyori (1751–1768)
  • Nijō Harutaka
  • Nijō Narimichi (1781–1798)
  • Kujō Suketsugu
  • Saionji
  • a daughter married Tokugawa Nariatsu
  • a daughter married Matsudaira Yoritsugu of Hitachi-Fuchū Domain
  • Kujō Hisatada
  • Kujō Asako (女御 (nyōgo)) to Emperor Kōmei
  • Imperial Princess Junko Naishinnō
  • Imperial Princess Fuku
  • Michitaka
  • Matsuzono Hisayoshi
  • Tsurudono Tadayoshi
  • Takatsukasa Hiromichi
  • Nobusuke Takatsukasa
  • Toshimichi Takatsukasa
  • Takatsukasa Nobuhiro (1892–1981)
  • Nijō Motohiro
  • Nijō Atsumoto
  • Nijō Narinobu
  • Nijō Nariyuki
  • Nijō Masamaro
  • Nijō Toyomoto (1909–1944)
  • Nijō Tamemoto (1911–1985)
  • Nijō Suiko married Nabeshima Naotomo
  • Nabeshima Naotada
  • Tokugawa Masako, married Emperor Go-Mizunoo
  • Empress Meishō
  • Imperial Prince Takahito Shinno (1626-1628)
  • Imperial Princess On'nani no Miya Naishinno (1625-1651)
  • Wakamiya
  • Kikumiya
  • Imperial Princess Akiko no Miya Naishinno (1629-1675)
  • Imperial Princess Noriko no Miya Naishinno (1632-1696)
  • Katsuhime, married Matsudaira Tadanao

  • Matsudaira Mitsunaga (1616–1707) of Takada Domain
  • Matsudaira Tsunakata (1633–1674)
  • Kamehime (1617–1681) married Takamatsu no Miya Yoshihito-Shinno, son of Emperor Go-Yozei
  • Tsuruhime (1618–1671) married Kujo Michifusa
  • Third daughter married Asano Tsunaakira
  • Fifth daughter married Asano Tsunaakira
  • First daughter married Kujo Kaneharu
  • Kujō Sukezane
  • Zuisho-in married Tokugawa Yoshimichi
  • Tokugawa Gorota
  • Kujō Morotaka
  • Kujō Yukinori
  • Kujō Tanemoto
  • Nijō Munemoto
  • Nijō Shigeyori (1751–1768)
  • Nijō Harutaka
  • Kujō Hisatada
  • Matsuzono Hisayoshi
  • Tsurudono Tadayoshi
  • Takatsukasa Hiromichi
  • Takatsukasa Nobuhiro
  • Nobusuke Takatsukasa
  • Toshimichi Takatsukasa
  • Nijō Motohiro
  • Nijō Atsumoto
  • Empress Eishō
  • Imperial Princess Junko Nai-shinno
  • Imperial Princess Fuko
  • Kujo Michitaka
  • Empress Teimei
  • Nobuhito, Prince Takamatsu
  • Yasuhito, Prince Chichibu
  • Takahito, Prince Mikasa
  • Prince Tomohito of Mikasa
  • Princess Yoko of Mikasa
  • Princess Akiko of Mikasa
  • Princess Yasuko of Mikasa
  • Tadahiro Konoe (b. 1970)
  • Yoshihito, Prince Katsura
  • Norihito, Prince Takamado
  • Princess Tsuguko of Takamado
  • Princess Noriko of Takamado
  • Princess Ayako of Takamado
  • Princess Masako of Mikasa
  • Akifumi Sen
  • Makiko Sen
  • Takafumi Sen
  • Hirohito, Emperor Showa
  • Akihito, Emperor of Japan
  • Sayako, Princess Nori
  • Fumihito, Prince Akishino
  • Princess Mako of Akishino
  • Princess Kako of Akishino
  • Prince Hisahito of Akishino
  • Naruhito, Crown Prince of Japan
  • Aiko, Princess Toshi
  • Takako, Princess Suga
  • Yoshihisa Shimazu (b. 1962)
  • Masahito, Prince Hitachi
  • Atsuko, Princess Yori
  • Kazuko, Princess Taka
  • Sachiko, Princess Hisa
  • Shigeko, Princess Teru
  • Mibu Motohiro (b. 1949)
  • Princess Fumiko of Higashikuni (b. 1946)
  • Princess Yuko of Higashikuni (b. 1954)
  • Prince Naohiko Higashikuni
  • Prince Teruhiko Higashikuni
  • Prince Mutsuhiko Higashikuni
  • Prince Nobuhiko Higashikuni (b. 1945)
  • Prince Yukihiko Higashikuni (b. 1974)
  • Nijō Narimichi (1781–1798)
  • Sainjo
  • Kujō Suketsugu
  • Nijō Suiko married Nabeshima Naotomo
  • Nabeshima Naotada
  • Nijō Narinobu
  • [[Nijō Nariyuki]
  • Nijō Masamaro
  • Nijo Toyomoto (1909–1944)
  • Nijo Tamemoto (1911–1985)
  • Kujō Naozane
  • Kujō Michisaki
  • Kujō Sukeie
  • Senhime – Daughter, married Toyotomi Hideyori and later married Honda Tadatoki
  • Kochiyo (1619–1621)
  • Katsuhime (1618–1678) married Ikeda Mitsumasa
  • Tsuhime (1636–1717) married Ichijō Norisuke
  • Ichijō Kaneteru
  • Ikeda Tsunamasa
  • Ikeda Tsugumasa
  • Ikeda Munemasa
  • Ikeda Harumasa (1750–1819)
  • Ikeda Narimasa (1779–1833)
  • Sagara Nagahiro (1752–1813)
  • Sagara Yorinori (1774–1856)
  • Sagara Yoriyuki (1798–1850)
  • Ikeda Akimasa (1836–1903)
  • Ikeda Narimasa (1865–1909)
  • Ikeda Tadamasa (1895–1902)
  • Ikeda Nobumasa (1904–1988)
  • Ikeda Takamasa (1926–2012) married Atsuko Ikeda
  • Tama-hime married Maeda Toshitsune
  • Maeda Toshitsugu
  • Maeda Masatoshi (1649–1706)
  • Manhime (1618–1700) married Asano Mitsuakira
  • Asano Naganao (1644–1666)
  • Asano Nagateru (1652–1702)
  • Asano Tsunaakira
  • Asano Tsunanaga
  • Asano Yoshinaga
  • Asano Munetsune
  • Asano Shigeakira
  • Asano Narikata
  • Asano Naritaka
  • Asano Yoshiteru
  • Asano Nagatoshi
  • Asano Nagamichi
  • Asano Toshitsugu
  • Asano Nagayuki
  • Asano Nagatake
  • Asano Nagayoshi
  • Asano Nagataka (b. 1956)
  • Asano Toshiteru
  • Asano Nagakoto
  • Komatsuruhime (1613–1630) married Mōri Tadahiro
  • Tomi-hime (1621–1662)
  • Maeda Mitsutaka
  • Maeda Tsunanori
  • Maeda Toshiaki (1691–1737)
  • Maeda Toshimichi (1737–1781)
  • Maeda Toshitoyo (1771–1836)
  • Maeda Toshihiro (1823–1877)
  • Maeda Toshiaki (1850–1896)
  • Toshinari Maeda
  • Maeda Toshitatsu (1908–1989)
  • Maeda Toshihiri (b. 1935)
  • Maeda Toshitaka (b. 1963)
  • Maeda Toshikyo (b. 1993)
  • Maeda Yoshinori
  • Maeda Munetoki
  • Maeda Shigehiro
  • Maeda Shigenobu
  • Maeda Harunaga
  • Maeda Shigemichi
  • Maeda Narinaga
  • Maeda Nariyasu
  • Maeda Yoshiyasu
  • Yoshitsugu Maeda (1858–1900)

  • Tokugawa Iemitsu

  • Chiyohime- daughter married Tokugawa Mitsutomo
  • Tokugawa Tsunanari
  • Matsudaira Yoshitaka
  • Tokugawa Tsugutomo
  • Matsuhime, married Maeda Yoshinori
  • Tokugawa Muneharu
  • Tokugawa Yoshimichi
  • Tokugawa Gorōta
  • Shinjuin (1706–1757) married Kujō Yukinori
  • Kujō Tanemoto
  • Nijō Munemoto
  • Nijō Shigeyoshi (1751–1768)
  • Nijō Harutaka
  • Nijō Suiko married Nabeshima Naotomo
  • Nabeshima Naotada
  • Nijo Narimichi
  • Saionji
  • Kujō Suketsugu
  • Nijō Narinobu
  • Nijō Nariyuki
  • Nijō Masamaro
  • Nijō Tamemoto (1911–1985)
  • Nijō Toyomoto (1909–1944)
  • Kujo Hisatada
  • Empress Eishō
  • Imperial Princess Junko Naishinno
  • Imperial Princess Fuko
  • Kujō Michitaka
  • Takatsukasa Hiromichi
  • Nobusuke Takatsukasa
  • Toshimichi Takatsukasa
  • Takatsukasa Nobuhiro (1892–1981)
  • Nijō Motohiro
  • Nijō Atsumoto
  • Tsurudono Tadayoshi
  • Matsuzono Hisayoshi
  • Tokugawa Ietsuna
  • Moyohime (1659–1660)
  • Tokugawa Tsunayoshi (1659–1660)
  • Tokugawa Tsunayoshi
  • Tokugawa Tokumatsu (1679–1683)
  • Tokugawa Chomatsu (1683–1686)
  • Tsuruhime (1677–1704)
  • Tokugawa Tsunashige
  • Matsudaira Kiyotake (1663–1724)
  • Matsudaira Kiyokata (1697-1724)
  • Tokugawa Ienobu
  • Tokugawa Ietsugu
  • Tokugawa Daigoro (1709–1710)
  • Tokugawa Iechiyo (1707–1707)
  • Tokugawa Torakichi (1711–1712)
  • Toyo-hime (1681–1681)
  • Tokugawa Mugetsuin (1699–1699)
  • References

    Oeyo Wikipedia


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