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Kushihashi Teru

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Kushihashi Teru
Kushihashi Teru

Kushihashi Teru (櫛橋 光, 1553 – October 5, 1627) was a Japanese woman from the Sengoku period. She was Kuroda Yoshitaka's only wife. Daughter of Kushihashi Koresada and the foster daughter of Kodera Masamoto, she was the princess of Shikata castle in Harima Province.[1]

Life

In the year 1567 she married Kuroda Yoshitaka; gave birth to Kuroda Nagamasa in 1568 and Kuroda Kumanosuke in 1582. When Bessho Nagaharu rebelled against Oda Nobunaga, the Kushihashi clan sided with Nagaharu.

References

  1. ^ Kidai no gunshi Kuroda Kanbē. Harimagaku Kenkyūjo., 播磨学研究所. Kōbe-shi: Kōbe Shinbun Sōgō Shuppan Sentā. 2008. ISBN 9784343004574. OCLC 229342880.CS1 maint: others (link)
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