In the early sixteenth century, Japan is a warlike society led by samurai and their daimyo warlords. At the point when Portuguese vendors touch base in 1543, they are the first Europeans to set foot in Japan. Preachers rapidly set out to change over the country to Christianity. In that year, a samurai kid named Tokugawa Ieyasu is destined to a low positioning daimyo gang.
To demonstrate his family's dependability to their decision warlord, Ieyasu is given as a prisoner where he stays for the greater part of his adolescence. When he is at long last liberated, he recovers his family's space and partners himself with the most influential rulers in Japan: Oda Nobunaga, and his successor, Toyotomi Hideyoshi. Hideyoshi honors him a little angling town named Edo, later to be known as Tokyo, and gives him an incomprehensible range to run the show. However Hideyoshi and Ieyasu are uneasy associates.
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