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|Please note: This article is about the tutor to Matsu Yoshino. For other uses of the term, please see Hiroshi (disambiguation).|
Early Years Edit
Hiroshi was a charismatic boy, and a natural leader, leading dozens of samurai children into one bit of mischief after another. He was a spoiled child whose parents never gave him any discipline for his transgressions. Hiroshi was egotistic, selfish, and ruthless, but he masked his true demeanor. 
Hiroshi joined the Open Hand of the Lion Dojo, and his teachers were charmed them with his friendly attitude. He was given an important post as the chronicler of Matsu Taniko, a promising young tactician. Hiroshi gained popularity with the tale of Taniko's deeds in the Dragon-Phoenix War. 
Bad Habits Edit
In 1163 Hiroshi spent his winter in Shiro Mirumoto while recording Matsu Tanashiku's exploits for posterity. He fell ill and was excused from his duties for a time. He spent some time gambling and drinking sake, and he never left these habits, falling deeper into his addictions. 
Yoshino's Tutor Edit
Hiroshi's rising fame led him to become the tutor of Matsu Yoshino, heir of the Lion Clan, who immediately gained a liking to the omoidasu, and they became fast friends. When in 1168 Yoshino raised as the Lion Clan Champion, Hiroshi became an important person. 
See also Edit
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