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Ōmandokoro

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Portrait of Ōmandokoro, later known as Tenzui'in
Portrait of Ōmandokoro, later known as Tenzui'in

Ōmandokoro (大政所, 1516 – 29 August 1592) was the mother of the Japanese ruler Toyotomi Hideyoshi.

Her daughter was Asahi no kata.

After her death, she received the Buddhist name Tenzui'in (天瑞院).

Honours

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