Kondo Isami

One of the famous swordsmen during the late Edo period was Kondo Isami. He was [Read More...]

Tokugawa Yoshinobu

He was given the title Prince and this fit Tokugawa Yoshinobu perfectly. He was also [Read More...]

Okubo Toshimichi

Okubo Toshimichi was a great Japanese nobleman from the Meiji Restoration. He was a Samurai [Read More...]

Kido Takayoshi

A Japanese Statesman of the Meiji Restoration aptly describes who Kido Takayoshi was. He was [Read More...]

Takasugi Shinsaku

A samurai from the Choshu Domain was considered as having one of the best significant [Read More...]

Ito Hirobumi

A Japanese Prince was born as Hayashi Risuke, yet he was better known as Ito [Read More...]

Hojo Ujimasa

Being both a Japanese Daimyo and a Samurai warrior of the Sengoku period, Hojo Ujimasa [Read More...]

Okita Soji

One of the most distinctive achievements that can be identified with Okita Sojiro would be [Read More...]

Dom Justo Takayama

One of the beautified saints of the Japanese Roman Catholic who lived during the Sengoko [Read More...]

Hosokawa Tadaoki

Hosokawa Tadaoki was a Japanese samurai warrior from the late Sengoku Period. He was just [Read More...]

Saigo Takamori

If it is about the most influential samurai in feudal Japanese history, the roads will [Read More...]

Matsudaira Katamori

During the last days of the Edo period and the early to Mid-Meiji period, there [Read More...]

Mori Nagayoshi

Mori Nagayoshi was an officer and a samurai warrior under the Oda clan during the [Read More...]

Takeda Katsuyori

If there is one thing that the Daimyo Takeda Katsuyori is famous for, it would [Read More...]

Enomoto Takeaki

Viscount Enomoto Takeaki was an admiral and Samurai. He was known for his credibility as [Read More...]

Sakai Tadatsugu

Among the chosen and successful military commanders of his time is Sakai Tadatsugu. He was [Read More...]

Mori Yoshinari

During the Sengoku period, Mori Yoshinari was the head of the Yoshinari clan. He also [Read More...]

Takechi Henpeita

Takechi Henpeita was considered as an extremist member of the Kiheitai. In layman’s term, Takechi [Read More...]

Oda Nobutada

As the eldest son of the famous Samurai Oda Nobunaga; Oda Nobutada had a lot [Read More...]

Torii Mototada

A warrior in principle and spirit,Torii Mototada fits the profile of a true warrior in [Read More...]

Saito Hajime

Once known simply as Yamaguchi Hajime, Saito Hajime was a Japanese samurai from the Edo [Read More...]

Sakamoto Ryoma

A proponent figure spearheading a movement to overthrow the Tokugawa Shogunate rose in Japan in [Read More...]

Oda Hidenobu

Being the son of the famous Oda Nobutada, Oda Hidenobu had lived during the Azuchi [Read More...]