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Tsunenaga Rokuemon Hasekura — 7 August was a Japanese samurai and servant of Date Masamune, the daimyo of Sendai, famous for having led numerous delegations of ambassadors that led him to travel the whole world. He led a delegation of ambassadors in Mexico and later in Europe between and , after which he returned to Japan. He was the first Japanese officer sent to America and the first to establish relations between France and Japan. Manila became their definitive base for the Asian region in Contacts with Japan began due to the continuous shipwrecks on the Japanese coast, at which point the Spaniards began to hope to expand the Christian faith in Japan.

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The Roman Senate made Hasekura a citizen and a patrician of Rome. Hasekura was a retainer of Date Masamune. Date was the daimyo of Sendai. Hasekura headed a diplomatic mission from Japan to the Vatican. Hasekura traveled with a group across the Pacific Ocean to Mexico. Hasekura returned to Japan by crossing Mexico from east to west in The Japanese sailed from Acapulco for the Philippines.

From Manila , they sailed north to Japan in The story of Hasekura was unknown in Japan until the 19th century. Hasekura was a subject of interest in Europe. In , Scipione Amati published a book about Haskeura's journey. In , Japanese diplomats traveled to Europe.

They were surprised to learn about Hasekura. The diplomacy of Hasekura was forgotten because of the Sakoku policy of isolation. A minor comet Tsunenaga was named after Hasekura in Spanish and Japanese archives have documents from the Hasekura mission. The paper proof of Haskura's Roman citizenship is in Sendai , Japan.

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. In this Japanese name , the family name is Hasekura. Paul v. December 11, ; retrieved October 18, ; retrieved Categories : births deaths People from Sendai Diplomats. Hidden categories: Articles with Italian-language sources it Articles with French-language sources fr Articles with Japanese-language sources ja Articles containing Japanese-language text Commons category link is on Wikidata.

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In the years through , Hasekura headed a diplomatic mission to Pope Paul V. Crossing the Pacific aboard the San Juan Bautista , a ship built for the purpose by Masamune , Hasekura transited New Spain arriving in Acapulco and departing from Veracruz and visited Spain and various other ports-of-call in Europe on the way. Although Hasekura's embassy was cordially received in Spain and the Vatican , it happened at a time when Japan was moving toward the suppression of Christianity. European monarchs such as the King of Spain thus refused the trade agreements Hasekura had been seeking.

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Hasekura Tsunenaga

The Roman Senate made Hasekura a citizen and a patrician of Rome. Hasekura was a retainer of Date Masamune. Date was the daimyo of Sendai. Hasekura headed a diplomatic mission from Japan to the Vatican. Hasekura traveled with a group across the Pacific Ocean to Mexico. Hasekura returned to Japan by crossing Mexico from east to west in The Japanese sailed from Acapulco for the Philippines.

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