When it comes to Yoshikawa Yuanchun, I wonder what deeds readers will think of him? In addition to being one of the famous "Maori Two Rivers", an important help for the Maori family to dominate the Western Kingdom, he himself also tried his best to contribute throughout his life, working hard to the death for the safety and prosperity of the Maori family and the Yoshikawa family. In addition, Yuanchun, as a well-known general of Sanyin and Sanyang at that time, was not only a local noble family, but even Toyotomi Hideyoshi later lamented his death. However, in addition to this, I am afraid that Yuan Chun can be called more famous, and can be called a deed that can leave a name for future generations, when he married an "ugly woman" as his wife (Kumiya, later known as "Xinzhuang Ju",
"Bureau" is one of the honorific titles of noble women). And he has been consistent throughout his life, unswervingly determined, has no other wives, and has four sons and two daughters with his wife. This is very rare in the Warring States Period, and even in the Japanese society of the ancient Middle Ages. After all, let’s look at some other negative examples, such as the love of his wife, the jealous Hosokawa Tadashi, the wife who did not accept the side room during his lifetime, the broadcast of seeds after his wife’s death, the “crazy man” Shimadzu Iehisa (Shimadzu Tadashi), wedding photo retouching services who was always close to his wife during the Warring States Period, and treated each other like a guest The good man is more rare and rare. Even so, since ancient times, there are still good people who hold on to the wife of the "ugly girl", thinking that this can also be said to be Yuanchun's "unique taste", which casts a shadow on this beautiful talk. Whether Yuanchun is "heavy taste" or "good man" is not the point.
What I want to talk about here is how this statement came into being. Yes, in other words, we need to explore where the saying "the wife of Yuanchun = ugly girl" came from, and how it became widely known, and then let's see what the truth is. The Purpose of Yin De Tai Ping Ji Readers who have watched the 1997 NHK drama "Yuanju" should still have an impression of Yuanchun's marriage with the daughter of Kumagai Nobuno (the name in the play is "Mimi"), and her "ugly" name spread far and wide. In the big river drama "Genji", we also saw Yoshikawa Yuanchun, played by Matsushige Fung, who shouted to his father and brother aggressively and loudly to his father and