Lady Hayakawa

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Anonymous portrait of Lady Hayakawa

Lady Hayakawa (早川殿, died April 4, 1613) is a common nickname for one of Daimyō Hōjō Ujiyasu's daughters, who lived in the Sengoku through early Edo period. She is best known for marrying into the Imagawa clan as a condition for The Kōsōsun Triple Alliance.


Her current grave stands at Kansen-ji in modern-day Suginami, Tokyo.

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Further reading[edit]

  • Turnbull, Stephen (2002). War in Japan: 1467-1615, Oxford: Osprey Publishing.