Torii clan (鳥居氏 Torii-shi) was a samurai family of the late Sengoku and Edo periods of Japanese history. Loyal retainers of the Tokugawa clan since the late 16th century, the Torii are perhaps most famous for the bravery and valor of Torii Sune'emon, who was crucified by Takeda Katsuyori at the 1575 siege of Nagashino castle, and for Torii Mototada, whose Seppuku is one of the most celebrated in the whole thousand years of Samurai's history.

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  • Le clan Torii (鳥居氏, -shi) était une famille de samouraïs de la période Sengoku et de l'époque d'Edo. Le clan Torii était vassal des Tokugawa. Au XVIe siècle, les membres du clan Torii étaient reconnus pour leur bravoure, principalement grâce à Torii Suneemon qui fut crucifié par Oda Nobunaga à la bataille de Nagashino. La famille possédait le fief de Yahagi (40 000 koku) dans la province de Shimosa en 1590. Mais après l'établissement du shogunat Tokugawa, en 1606, le clan fut récompensé de sa loyauté et hérita du han de Iwakidaira dans la province de Mutsu, de 100 000 koku. En 1622, le clan se déplaça vers la province de Dewa après y avoir obtenu le han de Yamagata, de 260 000 koku. Tadatsune Torii mourut en 1636 sans héritier et la totalité des terres du clan revint au shogunat. Le frère de Tadatsune, Tadaharu Torii obtint un fief de 30 000 koku dans la province de Shinano. (fr)
  • Die Torii (jap. 鳥居氏, Torii-shi) waren eine Familie des japanischen Schwertadels (Buke), die sich von Fujiwara no Moromasa ableitete. Mit einem Einkommen von 30.000 Koku gehörten die zuletzt in Mibu (Präfektur Tochigi) residierenden Torii zu den kleineren Fudai-Daimyō der Edo-Zeit. (de)
  • 鳥居氏(とりいし)は、日本の氏族の一つである。 (ja)
  • Torii clan (鳥居氏 Torii-shi) was a samurai family of the late Sengoku and Edo periods of Japanese history. Loyal retainers of the Tokugawa clan since the late 16th century, the Torii are perhaps most famous for the bravery and valor of Torii Sune'emon, who was crucified by Takeda Katsuyori at the 1575 siege of Nagashino castle, and for Torii Mototada, whose Seppuku is one of the most celebrated in the whole thousand years of Samurai's history. The family was originally granted the fief of Yahagi in Shimōsa Province in 1590. It was worth 40,000 koku. Following the establishment of the Tokugawa shogunate, in 1606 the Torii were given Iwakidaira Domain in Mutsu Province, worth 100,000 koku. Then, in 1622 they moved once more to Yamagata in Dewa Province, with an annual income of 260,000 koku. Torii Tadatsune died without an heir in 1636, and his fief thus reverted to the shogunate; his brother Torii Tadaharu was given Takatō in Shinano province (30,000 koku). (en)
  • O Clã Torii ( 鸟居氏 , Torii-shi ?) era um clã samurai dos períodos Sengoku e Edo da história do Japão. Eram vassalos do Clã Tokugawa desde o final do Século XVI. Torii Suneemono talvez seja o mais famoso do Clã por sua bravura e valentia acabou crucificado por Takeda Katsuyori em 1575 no Cerco do Castelo Nagashino. Ao Clã foi concedido originalmente o Domínio de Yahagi na Província de Shimōsa em 1590, avaliado em cerca de 40.000 koku . Após o estabelecimento do Shogunato Tokugawa , em 1606 aos Torii foi entregue o Domínio de Iwakidaira na Província de Mutsu, avaliado em cerca de 100 mil koku . Em 1622 eles se mudaram mais uma vez para Domínio de Yamagata na Província de Dewa , com uma renda anual de 260 mil koku . Torii Tadatsune morreu sem herdeiros em 1636, e seu Domínio, foi revertido para o shogunato, a seu irmão Torii Tadaharu foi dado Domínio de Takatō na Província de Shinano (30000 koku) . (pt)
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  • Die Torii (jap. 鳥居氏, Torii-shi) waren eine Familie des japanischen Schwertadels (Buke), die sich von Fujiwara no Moromasa ableitete. Mit einem Einkommen von 30.000 Koku gehörten die zuletzt in Mibu (Präfektur Tochigi) residierenden Torii zu den kleineren Fudai-Daimyō der Edo-Zeit. (de)
  • 鳥居氏(とりいし)は、日本の氏族の一つである。 (ja)
  • Torii clan (鳥居氏 Torii-shi) was a samurai family of the late Sengoku and Edo periods of Japanese history. Loyal retainers of the Tokugawa clan since the late 16th century, the Torii are perhaps most famous for the bravery and valor of Torii Sune'emon, who was crucified by Takeda Katsuyori at the 1575 siege of Nagashino castle, and for Torii Mototada, whose Seppuku is one of the most celebrated in the whole thousand years of Samurai's history. (en)
  • Le clan Torii (鳥居氏, -shi) était une famille de samouraïs de la période Sengoku et de l'époque d'Edo. Le clan Torii était vassal des Tokugawa. Au XVIe siècle, les membres du clan Torii étaient reconnus pour leur bravoure, principalement grâce à Torii Suneemon qui fut crucifié par Oda Nobunaga à la bataille de Nagashino. (fr)
  • O Clã Torii ( 鸟居氏 , Torii-shi ?) era um clã samurai dos períodos Sengoku e Edo da história do Japão. Eram vassalos do Clã Tokugawa desde o final do Século XVI. Torii Suneemono talvez seja o mais famoso do Clã por sua bravura e valentia acabou crucificado por Takeda Katsuyori em 1575 no Cerco do Castelo Nagashino. (pt)
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  • Torii clan (en)
  • Torii (Klan) (de)
  • Clan Torii (fr)
  • 鳥居氏 (ja)
  • Clã Torii (pt)
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