|Lord of Kokura|
|Preceded by||Hosokawa Tadaoki|
|Succeeded by||Ogasawara Tadazane|
|Lord of Kumamoto|
|Preceded by||Katō Tadahiro|
|Succeeded by||Hosokawa Mitsunao|
|Born||December 21, 1586|
|Died||April 26, 1641(aged 54)|
Hosokawa Tadatoshi (細川 忠利?, December 21, 1586 – April 26, 1641) was a Japanese samurai daimyo of the early Edo period. He was the head of Kumamoto Domain. He was a patron of the martial artist Miyamoto Musashi.
This tea retreat, which was established by Hosokawa Tadatoshi, remains a popular tourist attraction
Statue of Hosokawa Tadatoshi at Suizen-ji Jōju-en
- Harris, Victor (1974). Introduction to A Book of Five Rings. New York: Overlook Press.
|Lord of Kokura
|Lord of Kumamoto
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