The Toyotomi clan were a feudal Japanese samurai clan that originated in Owari Province, the same province that the Oda resided from. The Toyotomi's greatest leader was Hideyoshi Hashiba, who was the first major daimyo; it was originally a peasant family. Hideyoshi established the Toyotomi Shogunate after destroying the short-lived Akechi Shogunate in 1582, but the clan was defeated at the Battle of Sekigahara in 1600 two years after Hideyoshi's death. The last leader, Hideyori Toyotomi, was killed in the Osaka Campaign of 1615.