books

Books about Naomasa:

booksNaomasa: Webster's Timeline History, 1572 - 2004 by Icon Group International (May 28, 2010)

booksNabeshima Naomasa-k? den: Life of Naomasa Nabeshima (Volume 4) (Japanese Edition) by K?shaku Nabeshima-ke hensanjo. (Jan 1, 1920)

booksNabeshima Naomasa-k? den: Life of Naomasa Nabeshima (Japanese Edition) by K?shaku Nabeshima-ke hensanjo. (Jan 1, 1920)

booksNabeshima Naomasa-k? den: Life of Naomasa Nabeshima (Volume 3) (Japanese Edition) by K?shaku Nabeshima-ke hensanjo. (Jan 1, 1920)

booksNabeshima Naomasa-k? den: Life of Naomasa Nabeshima (Volume 2) (Japanese Edition) by K?shaku Nabeshima-ke hensanjo. (Jan 1, 1920)

booksNabeshima Naomasa-k? den: Life of Naomasa Nabeshima (Volume 6) (Japanese Edition) by K?shaku Nabeshima-ke hensanjo. (Jan 1, 1920)

booksNabeshima Naomasa-k? den: Life of Naomasa Nabeshima (Volume 7) (Japanese Edition) by K?shaku Nabeshima-ke hensanjo. (Jan 1, 1920)

movies

Movies about Naomasa:

moviesPostcard - Toyokawa Etsushi, Musaka Naomasa - Runtime: 1 hr 55 mins Starring: Toyokawa Etsushi, Musaka Naomasa, et al. Directed by: Shindo Kaneto

wiki

Wiki information Naomasa:

Ii Naomasa
Politician, Person, Deceased Person

Ii Naomasa was a general under the Sengoku period Daimyo, and later Shogun, Tokugawa Ieyasu. He is regarded as one of the Four Guardians of the Tokugawa along with Honda Tadakatsu, Sakakibara Yasumasa and Sakai Tadatsugu.

Nabeshima Naomasa
Politician, Deceased Person, Person

Nabeshima Naomasa was the 10th and final daimyō of Saga Domain in Hizen Province, Kyūshū, Japan. His honorary title was Hizen-no-Kami, and he was occasionally referred to as “Prince Hizen” in western accounts during the Bakumatsu period.