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Toyotomi Hideyoshi was a daimyo who rose to become the second unifier of japan, after Oda Nobunaga. Hideyoshi was a very powerful emperor who exercised control over nearly all of mainland Japan through shrewd military tactics. He is known for banning the peasants from wearing weapons, and many other accomplishments. Perhaps his only failures were his two ill-fated invasionsof China, both of which were eventually defeated by Korean forces under general Yi-sun-sin.

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Toyotomi Hideyoshi was a daimyo who rose to become the second unifier of japan, after Oda Nobunaga. Hideyoshi was a very powerful emperor who exercised control over nearly all of mainland Japan through shrewd military tactics. He is known for banning the peasants from wearing weapons, and many other accomplishments. Perhaps his only failures were his two ill-fated invasionsof China, both of which were eventually defeated by Korean forces under general Yi-sun-sin. More...

 
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