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* ''Died: [[1611]]''
 
* ''Died: [[1611]]''
 
* ''Title: Bungo no Kami''
 
* ''Title: Bungo no Kami''
 
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* ''Japanese'': [[本多]] 康重 ''(Honda Yasushige)''
    
Yasushige was the eldest son of [[Honda Hirotaka]] and was granted the use of 'Yasu' in his name from [[Tokugawa Ieyasu]] when he came of age. Along with his father, he was present for the siege of [[Kakegawa castle]] (in [[Totomi province|Tôtômi Province]]) in [[1569]] and also fought at the [[battle of Mikatagahara]] in [[1572]] and in the [[Komaki Campaign]] ([[1584]]). In [[1590]], following the [[Odawara Campaign]], he was given Shirai in [[Kozuke province|Kôzuke Province]]. He was appointed one of [[Tokugawa Hidetada|Tokugawa Hidetada's]] councilors while Ieyasu went to [[Kyushu]] during the [[1st Korean Campaign]] ([[1593]]-94). In [[1601]] he would be moved to Okazaki in [[Mikawa province]] and given a fief worth 50,000 koku.  
 
Yasushige was the eldest son of [[Honda Hirotaka]] and was granted the use of 'Yasu' in his name from [[Tokugawa Ieyasu]] when he came of age. Along with his father, he was present for the siege of [[Kakegawa castle]] (in [[Totomi province|Tôtômi Province]]) in [[1569]] and also fought at the [[battle of Mikatagahara]] in [[1572]] and in the [[Komaki Campaign]] ([[1584]]). In [[1590]], following the [[Odawara Campaign]], he was given Shirai in [[Kozuke province|Kôzuke Province]]. He was appointed one of [[Tokugawa Hidetada|Tokugawa Hidetada's]] councilors while Ieyasu went to [[Kyushu]] during the [[1st Korean Campaign]] ([[1593]]-94). In [[1601]] he would be moved to Okazaki in [[Mikawa province]] and given a fief worth 50,000 koku.  
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