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Yoshitoshi was the son-in-law of [[Konishi Yukinaga]] and succeeded to the [[So clan|Sô house]] in [[1588]]. He served in the [[First Korean Invasion]] under Yukinaga and later sided with [[Tokugawa Ieyasu]] during the [[Sekigahara Campaign]] ([[1600]]), though he took no part in the fighting.
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Yoshitoshi was the son-in-law of [[Konishi Yukinaga]] and succeeded to the [[So clan|Sô house]] in [[1588]]. He served in the [[Korean Invasions]] under Yukinaga and later sided with [[Tokugawa Ieyasu]] during the [[Sekigahara Campaign]] ([[1600]]), though he took no part in the fighting.
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After Sekigahara, he became the first ''daimyô'' of [[Tsushima han]], and worked to restore normal relations with Korea. He eventually succeeded, with an official [[Korean embassies to Edo|Korean embassy]] first arriving in [[1607]].
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Upon his death in [[1615]], his son [[So Yoshinari|Sô Yoshinari]] became ''daimyô''.
    
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