Atagi Fuyuyasu

Atagi Fuyuyasu (安宅 冬康, 1528 – June 17, 1564), third son of Miyoshi Motonaga, brothers of Miyoshi Nagayoshi, Miyoshi Yukiyasu and Sogō Kazunari, was a Japanese samurai who lived in the Sengoku period. He was active in the Awaji region, and was also known as a poet.

Atagi Fuyuyasu
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Atagi Fuyuyasu
Native name
安宅 冬康
Born1528
DiedJuly 17, 1564
AllegianceJapanese crest Sanngai Hisi ni itutu Kuginuki.svg Miyoshi clan
ChildrenAtagi Nobuyasu
RelationsMiyoshi Motonaga (father)
Miyoshi Nagayoshi (brother)
Miyoshi Yoshikata (brother)
Sogō Kazumasa (brother)

He had a son named Atagi Nobuyasu. He was also known as Waka poet.[1]

He was purged by his brother Miyoshi Nagayoshi in 1564.[1]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b "デジタル版 日本人名大辞典+Plus「安宅冬康」の解説". Kotobank. Retrieved 15 December 2021.