Names Beginning with T

 

Name

Identity

Single Sheet Prints

Triptychs and Diptychs

Tachibana-Hime

wife of Prince Yamato-take (second century); also known as Oto-Tachibana-Hime

S87.8

 

Tadabumi, Fujiwara no

873-947; suppressor of Masakado's rebellion

S61.1

 

Tadahira

sister of Sat˘ Tadanobu; also known as Fujinoe

S4a.1; S20.30

T167; T196

Tadahira, Izumi Sabur˘

Minamoto warrior

 

T167

Tadahira, Fujiwara

Japanese statesman who assumed the leadership of the Fujiwara family in 909

 

T196

Tadakuni, Aso Hlgo no Kami

Tametomo's father-in-law

 

T223

Tadamori, Taira no

1096-1153; reputed father of Kiyomori

S1e.11; S15.10; S73.15; S74.65

T182

Tadanobu, Sat˘ Shir˘

1160-87; retainer of Yoshitsune; brother of Tsuginobu and Fujinoe

S1b.4; S1e.5; S1f.18; S4a.15; S8.2; S16.2; S22.15; S24.16; S31.15; S36.2; S45.23; S46.31; S46.94; S65.16; S76a; S89.8

T2; T16; T168;

T257; T321

Tadanori, Satsuma no Kami Talra no

1144-84; brother of Kiyomori; warrior and poet

S22.16; S28.38; S67.5; S73.11; S91.1; S92.3

T48; T173; T228

Tadao, ďtaka Gengo

one of the Forty-Seven R˘nin

S54.14; S80.13; S90.14 (Dengo)

 

Tadatoki, Nakamura Kansuke

one of the Forty-Seven R˘nin; also known as Masatatsu, Nakamura Kansuke and as Masatoki, Nakamura Kansuke

S54.16; S78.6 (Masatatsu); S90.16 (Masatoki)

 

Tadatsune, Nitta Shir˘

retainer of Yoritomo

S17.6; S89.6; S95b.4; S95f.6

T72; T73; T99; T104; T143; T159; T200; T269

Tadayoshi, Ashlkaga

1307-52; younger brother of Taka-uji; also known as Naoyoshi

S22.4

 

Tadazumi, Okabe Rokuyata

Minamoto warrior

S73.15; S91.1

T228

Tadazumi no Hayataá

squire to Yorimasa; also known as Hironao no Hayata, I no Hayata and Ii no Hayata

S4a.6; S89.2; S95d.3

T7; T107; T112

Taema, Kumo no

female character in the play ĹNarukamiĺ

S46.74

 

Taheiji

character in the Igagoe revenge story

S46.52

 

Taira ghosts

 

S65.15; S95e.2

T1; T70; T147; T242; T266

Taishun (T'a Shun)

Chinese Paragon of Filial Piety

S13.1; S60.1

 

Tait˘ Kwansh˘

Chinese hero of the Suikoden; also known as Dait˘ Kwansh˘

S2.14; S3.1; S47.23

 

Takafusa, Kataoka Dengoemon

one of the Forty-Seven R˘nin

S54.15; S57.10; S80.4; S90.15

 

Takagi Oriemon

hero of the play ĹTakagi Oriemonĺ

S24.7; S37.21

 

Takagi Toranosuke

expert in martial arts from Hyűga

S1c.6; S74.32

 

Takagi Umanosuke

man whose father was killed by Nagoya Sanzabur˘

S36.48

T287

Takahashi Kamb˘

perhaps identical with Takahashi Gapp˘, hero of a revenge story ĹGapp˘ gatsujiĺ

 

T9

Takahashi Yajur˘

hero of a revenge story ĹGapp˘ gatsujiĺ; usually called Gapp˘, Takahashi

S46.81; S53.7

T9

Takakage, Hayakawa

 

S45.32

 

Takakane, Ko-Ayakawa Saemon-no-Suke

1532-96; fought Nobunaga and Hideyoshi, but later served in Korea

S62.21

 

Takako-Hime

beloved of the poet Narihira

S45.28

 

Takamasa, Uno Sama-no-Suke

Uesugi warrior at Kawanakajima

S63.13

 

Takanao, Uramatsu Handayű

one of the Forty-Seven R˘nin

S54.19; S57.43; S78.7 (Muramatsu Sandayűi); S90.1

 

Takanao, Uramatsu, wife of

 

S56.13

 

Takanori, Kojlma no

d.1358; loyalist; also called Bingo Sabur˘

S16.1; S36.43

 

Takanori, Shlmamura

d.1509; fought with the Hosokawa against Ashikaga Yoshitane

S1f.12

 

Takanori, Ushioda Masanoj˘

one of the Forty-Seven R˘nin; also known as Mitsutoki, Ashioda

S54.28; S78.10; S90.28 (Ashioda Maranoj˘ Mirsuroki)

 

Takao, Miura no

courtesan in the Sendai cycle of plays

S46.24; S74.7

 

Takasada, Enya Hangwan

former lord of the Forty-Seven R˘nin in the Chűshingura; also known as Enya Hangwan

S54.39; S55.3; S86.1; S86.3; S90.39

T248

Takashige, Sadashichi, mother of

 

S56.10

 

Takashige, Takebayashi Sadashichi

one of the Forty-Seven R˘nin

S54.24; S59.6; S74.45; S80.3; S90.24

T184

Takatoshi, Horimoto Gidayű

retainer of Kar˘ Kiyomasa; fought in Korea

S62.14

 

Takatsugu, Got˘

retainer of Oguri Hangwan

S26.4

 

Takatsuna, Sasaki Shiro

Minamoto warrior

S15.11; S31.16; S44.47; S50.3; S73.5; S92.2

T18; T22a; T62; T94; T191; T197; T217; T225; T334

Taka-Uji, Ashikaga

1305-58; the first Ashikaga sh˘gun

 

T275; T323

Takeda Sama-no-Suke

younger brother of Shingen; fought at Kawanakajima; also known as Nobushige

S34.3; S63.9; S82.2

 

Take-jo

wife of Yamaoka Kakubei in the Chűshingura

S56.2

 

Take-jo

the saintly servant-girl; also known as O-Take

S20.20

 

Takenaka Hambee Shigeharu

military strategist, 1544-1579

S62.44

 

Takeshiuchi-no-Sukune

85-367(?); commander-in-chief and minister to the Empress Jing˘; also known as Takeuchi-no-Sukune

S8.5; S28.1; S31.17; S74.35; S88.22

T51; T145; T234

Taketaka, Katsuta Shinemon

one of the Forry-Seven R˘nin

S54.23; S57.29 (Shinzaemon); S80.7; S90.23 (Kazura).

 

Taketoshi, Hayashi Tanshir˘

d.1582; retainer of Akechi Mirsuharu, killer of Uchide-no-hama

S62.11

 

Taketsune, Oribe Yasubei

one of the Forty-Seven R˘nin; also called Yasubei, Horibe

S54.34; S57.8 (Horie); S58.3; S72.6 (Yasahei); S80.18 (Orinabe); S90.34 (Horibe)

T148 (Horiguchi); T184; T213

Takeuchi-no-Sukune

Commander-in-chief and minister to the Empress Jing˘; also known as Takeshiuchi-no-Sukune

S8.5; S28.1; S31.17; S74.35; S88.22

T51; T145; T234

Takeyuki, Kurahashi Zensuke

one of the Forty-Seven R˘nin

S54.25; S90.25 (Karahashi).

 

Takigawa Sakon Kazumasu

16th century warrior

S62.45

 

Takiguchi-no-Suke (or K˘zuke)

villain in the Hakone revenge story (Harsu-hana and Karsugor˘)

 

T274

Takiyasha-Hime

tenrh-cenrury witch; daughter of Masakado; also known as Tatsuyasha-Hime

S36.33; S38.5 (Tarsuyasha); S87.1

T89; T111; T138; T166; T219

Tamamo-no-Mae

early twelfth-century court lady and Japanese incarnation of the Nine-railed Fox

S1c.1; S36.25; S46.37; S66.5; S66.6; S74.28 (possibly)

 

Tamamushi-no-Mae

Taira court lady and beauty

S21.3

T179

Tamaori-Hime

wife of Taira no Arsumori; also known as Tamayori-Hime

S20.21; S45.12; S46.73

 

Tamatori

'diving-girl' associated with Fujiwara no Kamatari; also known as ama

S1f.2; S35.15; S45.22; S46.11

T189; T299

Tamatsukuri

Court beauty and poetess; better known as Ono no Komachi

S1d.2; S19.9; S25 (not in Robinson); S27.9; S29.8; S36.1; S46.9; S46.95

 

Tamaya Shimbei

character in the play ĹTsukinode-muraĺ

S74.8

 

Tamae, Eguchi no

 

S25.5

 

Tamayori-Hime

wife of Taira no Arsumori; also known as Tamaori-Hime

S20.21; S45.12; S46.73

 

Tameharu, Kataoka Hachir˘

retainer of Yoshirsune; also known as Tsuneha.Ru, Kataoka Hachir˘

S31.18

 

Tamehisa, Mitono

retainer of Oguri Hangwan

S26.7

 

Tamemitsu, Arakawa Izu no Kami

Uesugi warrior at Kawanakajima

S83.1

 

Tametomo, Chinzei Hachir˘ Minamoto no

1139-70; formidable archer and colonist

S1e.15; S9.1; S22.5; S31.19; S32.15; S36.63; S49.3; S64 (all); S76.5; S77.1

T30; T91; T92; T140; T214; T223; T235; T236; T237; T254; T263

Tamiya Iemon (or Tamiya Niemon)

villain of ĹYotsuya kwaidanĺ; husband of O-Iwa; also known as Kamiya Iemon and as Kamiya Niemon

S45.25; S46.49; S74.66

 

Tammeijir˘ Gensh˘go

Chinese hero of the Suikoden also known as Tanmeijir˘ Gensh˘go

S2.69, 70; S2a.12; S3.6; S47.24

 

Tamon Maru

child-name of Masatsura, the eldest son of Masashige

S1c.7; S23.15; S73.8 bis.; S73.33; S81.2

T79; T105; T271; T346

Tamura Sh˘gun

distinguished suppressor of the aborigines; also known as Sakanoe Tamura-Maro

S44.51

 

Tanenaga, Egara (Wada) Heita

son of Wada Yoshinaga; serpent-slayer; also known as Egara Heita

S1c.10; S1f.8; S84.6

T75

Tankai, Kitashirakawa

apprentice to Ki-ichi H˘gen; Tankai is also known as Kankai

S4a.9; S65.7

 

Tanmeijir˘ Gensh˘go

Chinese hero of the Suikoden also known as Tammeijir˘ Gensh˘go

S2.69, 70; S2a.12; S3.6; S47.24

 

Tatsu-Hime

daughter of It˘ Sukechika; married Yoritomo

S36.14; S46.36

 

Tatsuie, Chibata Shuri-no-Shin

overthrown by Hideyoshi at Shizu-ga-mine; also known as Katsuie, Shibata

S62.7

T329

Tatsuoki, Sait˘

defeated by Nobunaga in 1564; also known as Katsuoki, Sait˘ Uhy˘e-no-Tayű

S62.32

 

Tatsuta-No-Mae

female character in the play ĹUme-matsusakuraĺ

S46.69

 

Tatsuyasha-Hime

tenrh-cenrury witch; daughter of Masakado; also known as Takiyasha-Hime

S36.33; S38.5 (Tarsuyasha); S87.1

T89; T111; T138; T166; T219

Tawara T˘da Hidesato (also known as Hidesato and as Tawara T˘da)

warrior and loyalist of the tenth century

S24.9; S44.54

T354; drawing not in Robinson following T288

Teijo ('Faithful Wife'), Mama no

a girl of lowly origin from Mama in Shimosa Province who married a person of quality

S21.6

 

Teiran (Ting Ian)

Chinese Paragon of Filial Piety

S60.4; S79.1

 

Tekky˘shi Rakkwa

Chinese hero of the Suikoden

S3.9

 

Temmokush˘ H˘ki

Chinese hero of the Suikoden

S2.71; S3.9

 

Tenchi Tenn˘

Emperor (662-71) and poet; also known as Tenji Tenn˘

S19.1; S27.1

 

Tengan Isobei

wrestler

S4a.17

 

tengu

forest-dwelling creatures that are either human-like with wings and long noses or bird-like

S1a.2; S1e.16; S1f.11; S12.2; S17.10; S37.14; S64.9; S65.2; S74.16; S74.27; S88.8; S90.40

T20; T30; T194; T263; T264; T351

Tenji Tenn˘

Emperor (662-71) and poet; also known as Tenchi Tenn˘

S19.1; S27.1

 

Tenji no Tsubone

mistress of Taira no Tomomori

S46.22

T96; T144

Tenjiku Tokubei

1619-86; adventurer and traveler

S1a.7; S87.9

 

Teranishi Kanshin

r˘nin appearing in several otokodate plays

S40.7; S45.60; S74.23

 

Terukuni, Hangwandai

retainer of Michizane in ĹSugawaraĺ

S46.62

 

Teruta-Hime

daughter of Abe no Mashika of Asazawa in Settsu

S23.22

 

Terute-Hime

faithful wife of Oguri Hangwan

S20.22; S26.2; S35.9; S44.7

 

Tessenshi S˘sei

Chinese hero of the Suikoden also known as Tetsusenshi S˘sei

S2 (not in Robinson); S3.7

 

Tetsubihaku Saifuku

Chinese hero of the Suikoden

S3.10

 

Tetsumenk˘moku Haisen

Chinese hero of the Suikoden

S2 (not in Robinson); S3.11

 

Tetsusenshi S˘sei

Chinese hero of the Suikoden also known as Tessenshi S˘sei

S2 (not in Robinson); S3.7

 

Tettekisen Barin

Chinese hero of the Suikoden

S2.72; S3.10

 

T˘dayű

fisherman who showed Moritsuna the ford over the Inland Sea

S1a.6; S89.7; S93.6

 

T˘fujin (T'ang Fu-Jŕn)

Chinese female Paragon of Filial Piety

S13.8; S60.10

 

Togashi Saemon Ienao

officer-in-charge at the Ataka Barrier when Yoshitsune and his men passed through

S95d.2

T126; T164

Togishi Tozaemon

sword-polisher in the Chűshingura

S56.15

 

T˘j˘ no Saemon

attacked Nichiren on Komatsu moor in 1264

S6.2

 

T˘ken Gombei

an apprentice of Banzui Ch˘bei

S40.8

 

Tokimasa, H˘j˘ Shir˘

ally and father-in-law of Yoritomo

 

T115

Tokimune

also known as Soga Gor˘ Tokimune; son of Kawazu Sukeyasu who devoted his short life (together with his brother Soga Jur˘ Sukenari) to avenging his fatherĺs murder on Kud˘ Suketsune

S1a.1a; S1c.14; S1e.8; S7.3; S8.7; S17.7; S22.19; S23.4; S24.18; S31.20; S35a (not in Robinson); S38.3; S44.9; S44.11; S45.3; S45.34; S46.5; S48.1; S61.9; S74.61

T35; T100; T101; T102; T103; T104; T125; T132; T158; T159; T193; T269; T304; T328; T349

Tokiuji

native of Mino who served Nobunaga

S62.47

 

Tokiwa-Gozen

mistress of Minamoto no Yoshitomo and mother of Yoshitsune

S20.23; S29.9; S65.1; S74.52; S95c.1; S95c.1a

T155; T308

Tokiyori, H˘j˘ (Saimy˘ji)

1226-63; regent (shikken)

S28.46; S46.2

T110

Tokiyoshi

retainer of Nitta Yoshisada; also known as Hata Rokurozaemon

S17.11; S84.11; S94.3

T6

Tokuz˘

ship's pilot who encountered the 'Sea Monk'

S44.44

 

Tombei

father of O-Fune in ĹYaguchi no watashiĺ

S45.37

 

Tomomori, Shinchűnagon Talra no

son of Kiyomori; Taira military leader

S1f.7; S31.21; S32.8; S36.53; S36.68; S45.40; S49.4; S77.5

T1; T96; T144; T152; T266

Tomonobu, Kaida Yadaemon

one of the Forty-Seven R˘nin

S54.48; S90.48 (Kaiga Yazaemon).

 

Tomonobu, Sait˘ Shimotsuke no Kami

Uesugi gunnery expert at Kawanakajima

S63.18

 

Tomonori, Ki no

tenth-century poet

S19.33

 

Tomonori, Mikawa no Kami

Taira commander against Yoshinaka

S9.2

T43; T146; T300; T303

Tomoe-Gozen (or Tomoe-Gozen-jo)

warrior-mistress of Yoshinaka; daughter of Gon-no-kami Kanet˘, and reputed mother of Asahina Sabur˘

S7.4; S20.24; S22.20; S24.19; S29.10; S30.5; S31.22; S32.9; S46.15; S69.1; S76.3

T25; T43; T60; T95; T116; T146; T265; T315

Tomoyuki, Shinano Sakon

retainer of Tsutsui Junkei

S62.39

 

Tonase

wife of Honz˘ in the Chűshingura

S86.8; S86.9

T248a

Tora of ďiso (or Tora-gozen of ďiso)

mistress of Soga Jur˘ who assisted the brothers in their revenge

S20.25; S25.2; S38.3a; S44.9

T328

Torahide, Onikojima Yatar˘

Uesugi warrior at Kawanakajima; also called Onikojima Yatar˘

S63.16

T316

Toramasa, ď Hy˘bu-Sh˘yű

Takeda warrior at Kawanakajima

S63.8

 

Toraz˘

name Yoshitsune used in the Ki-ichi H˘gen episode

S1b.2; S1e.16; S1f.3; S1f.11; S7.5; S8.4; S9.5; S22.13; S28.2; S31.35; S32.11; S35a (not in Robinson); S36.22; S37.14; S45.3; S45.42; S46.1; S46.11; S52.7; S65 (all); S73.13 bis.; S74.16; S76.1; S77.6; S84.9; S88.8; S88.37; S89.9

T1; T5; T16; T17; T20; T29a; T32; T40; T45; T47; T53; T54; T56; T59; T63; T64; T65; T66; T67; T68; T69; T70; T84; T93; T97; T108; T109; T117; T122; T124; T126; T127; T133; T134; T135; T147; T149; T150; T150; T151; T162a; T163; T164; T167; T185; T194; T215; T221; T222; T224; T227; T230; T241; T242; T264; T267; T282; T319; T327; T337; T339; T351

Torii Matasuke

character in the Kagamiyama cycle of plays

S74.25

 

Torie Riemon

retainer of Moronao in the Chűshingura

S57.9

 

Toshikazu, Sait˘ Kuranoshin

veteran counselor of the Toki family

S62.30

 

Toshimoto, Sait˘ Nyűd˘ Ryohon

retainer of Kat˘ Kiyomasa; fought in Korea

S62.31

 

Toshinari, K˘taik˘gű-no-Tayű Fujiwara no

1114-1204; statesman and poet

S19.83

 

Toshiyuki, Fujiwara no

one of the Hundred Poets

S19.18; S27.18

 

T˘taku

Chinese war-lord in the Wars of the Three Kingdoms

 

T302

T˘ei (Tung Yung)

Chinese Paragon of Filial Piety

S13.10; S60.12; S79.3

 

Toyonari, Okada

one of the Forty-Seven R˘nin; also known as Shigemori, Tokuda Magodayű

S54.37; S90.37 (Okada Toyonari)

 

Toyonari, Udaijin Fujiwara no

704-65; statesman

S45.59

 

Toyotomi Hideyoshi

war-lord and dictator, 1536-1598

S62.25

T204; T355

Tsűbien K˘ken

Chinese hero of the Suikoden

S3.11

 

Tsugichiyo Maru

child-name of Ashikaga Taka-uji (?)

S20.16

 

Tsugifusa, Sumino Chűheiji

one of the Forty-Seven R˘nin

S54.45; S59.5; S71.5 (Sugino Jűheiji); S78.12 (Sugino Jűheiji); S90.45 (Kadono Jűheiji)

 

Tsuginobu, Sat˘

retainer of Yoshitsune, 1158-85

 

T109; T256

Tsuna, Watanabe no

retainer of Raik˘

S1a.16; S1b.3; S4 (not in Robinsom); S28.45; S31.23; S46.6; S61.2; S87 (not in Robinson); S94.1

T3; T4; T21; T26a; T44; T46; T128; T169; T261; T262; T298; T305; T357

Tsuneha.Ru, Kataoka Hachir˘

retainer of Yoshirsune; also known as Tameharu, Kataoka Hachir˘

S31.18

 

Tsuneki, Toshlma

one of the Forty-Seven R˘nin; also known as Tsunetatsu, Okajlma Yas˘emon

S54.17; S80.10 (Yasuemon); S90.17 (Toshima Tsuneki)

 

Tsunemasa, Tajima no Kami

Taira warrior at Ichi-no-tani

 

T229

Tsunemoto-ko Rokusonn˘

 

S24.15

 

Tsunenari, Hayano Wasuke

one of the Forty-Seven R˘nin

S54.35; S57.37; S90.35

 

Tsunenobu, Dainagon Minamoto no

one of the Hundred Poets

S19.71

 

Tsunetane, Miura-no-Suke

warrior who slew the Nine-tailed Fox

 

T24

Tsunetatsu, Okajlma Yas˘emon

one of the Forty-Seven R˘nin; also called Tsuneki, Toshlma

S54.17; S80.10 (Yasuemon); S90.17 (Toshima Tsuneki)

 

Tsuneyo, Sano

entertainer of H˘j˘ Tokiyori

 

T110

Tsuneyo

supernumerary to the Forty-Seven R˘nin; also known as Hayano Kampei Tsuneyo

S54.47; S59.3; S72.8; S86.5; S90.47

 

Tsuneyori

 

S70 (not in Robinson)

 

Tsushi˘ Maru

younger brother of Anju-hime

S23.1; S36.37

 

Tsutsui Junkei

lord of 3 counties, 1549-1584

S62.48

 

ôRobinsonö refers to listing in Kuniyoshi: The Warrior-Prints by Basil William Robinson (Cornell University Press, Ithaca, NY, 1982) and its privately published supplement.

 

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