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Saitō Dōsan
Saitō Dōsan

Saitō Dōsan , also known as Saitō Toshimasa (斎藤 利政), was a Japanese samurai during the Sengoku period.He was also known as the Viper of Mino (美濃の蝮, Mino no Mamushi) for his ruthless tactics. His honorific title from the Imperial Court was Yamashirō-no-kami and since he was a monk he was also called Saitō Yamashirō-nyudō-no-kami.

Saitō Tatsuoki
Saitō Tatsuoki

Saitō Uhyōe-Taihitsu Tatsuoki was a daimyō in Mino Province during the Sengoku period and the third generation lord of the Saitō clan. He was a son of Saitō Yoshitatsu his mother was daughter of Azai Hisamasa and nephew of Azai Nagamasa, a grandson of Saitō Dōsan.

Saitō Tomonobu

Saitō Tomonobu was an officer under the Uesugi clan following the Sengoku period of Japan in the 16th century. He first made a name for himself during the expedition into the Kantō region, and in the Invasion of Etchū.

Saitō Toshimitsu
Saitō Toshimitsu

Saitō Toshimitsu was a Japanese samurai of the Sengoku period. He was a castle commander of Kuroi Castle.Once a retainer of Inaba Ittetsu, he later joined Akechi Mitsuhide.

George Saitoti
George Saitoti

George Musengi Saitoti, E.G.H. was a Kenyan politician, businessman and American- and British-trained economist, mathematician and development policy thinker. As a mathematician, Saitoti served as Head of the Mathematics Department at the University of Nairobi, pioneered the founding of the African Mathematical Union and served as its Vice-President from 1976 to 1979.

Tamaki Saitō

Tamaki Saitō is a Japanese psychologist and critic. He specializes in the psychiatry of Puberty and Adolescence.

Takumi Saitoh
Takumi Saitoh

Takumi Saitoh is a Japanese model, actor, film director and photographer.

Takao Saito
Takao Saito

Takao Saito is a Japanese manga artist, although he rejects the term and considers his work gekiga. He is best known for Golgo 13, which has been serialized in Big Comic since 1968, making it the oldest manga still in publication.

Saitō Takao (politician)
Saitō Takao (politician)

Saitō Takao was a Japanese politician and longtime member of the Imperial Diet from Hyōgo Prefecture. He was a member of the Rikken Minseito party.

Saitō Toshinaga

Saitō Toshinaga was a daimyō during Japan's Muromachi period. He was the son of Saitō Sōen (斎藤宗円), shugo of Mino Province, and the older brother of Saitō Myōchin, making him the uncle of the warlord Saitō Dōsan.

Andreozzi

Andreozzi is an Italian surname.

Itochu
Itochu

Itochu Corporation is a Japanese corporation based in Umeda, Kita-ku, Osaka and Aoyama, Minato, Tokyo.

Batá drum
Batá drum

A Batá drum is a double-headed drum shaped like an hourglass with one end larger than the other. The percussion instrument is used primarily for the use of religious or semi-religious purposes for and originates from the native culture land of the Yoruba and the Igbo, located in Nigeria, as well as, but not of origin, by worshippers of Santería in Cuba, Puerto Rico, and in the United States.