Nobunaga

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Shinchō Kōki
... Shinchō kōki (信長公記?), is the chronicle of Oda Nobunaga, compiled in Edo period based on records by Ōta Gyūichi (太田牛一?), a warrior who followed Nobunaga ... Shinchō kōki covers from 1568, when Nobunaga entered Kyoto until he died in 1582 ... is not only often quoted on the subjects related to Oda Nobunaga himself, but on other subjects as well, such as the art of tea ...
Siege Of Kanegasaki (1570)
1570 Siege of Kanegasaki (金ヶ崎の戦い, Kanegasaki no Tatakai?) took place during Oda Nobunaga's struggle against the Asakura clan in Echizen province ... Kinoshita Hideyoshi, one of Nobunaga's chief generals, led the attack on the fortress ... After its fall, Nobunaga's army fought a celebrated retreat from Echizen ...
People Of The Sengoku Period In Popular Culture - Mori Ranmaru
... He is also depicted as truly loyal to Oda Nobunaga, who in return praises Ranmaru for his skills (and possibly his beauty) in battle ... Ranmaru is depicted greatly in Samurai Warriors as Nobunaga's most loyal bodyguard, where he wields a nodachi ... friendship with Akechi Mitsuhide, who at the time planned to assassinate Nobunaga, leaving Ranmaru in a state of confusion on which path he will follow ...
Shiba Yoshimune
... of Oda Nobuhide in the year 1551 and Oda Nobunaga's appointment to heir of his late father's position, Nobutomo, who was of the opposite family, planned to assassinate the heir ... Yoshimune learned of these designs and reported them to Nobunaga, with whom he had a secret relationship ... But Nobunaga was successful in hearing of the plan and assaulted Kiyosu castle, killing Nobutomo ...
Mōri Yoshikatsu
... In 1560, he participated in the Battle of Okehazama on Nobunaga's side and assisted Hattori Kazutada after he was injured ... Later, he accompanied Nobunaga and his son Oda Nobutada to Kyoto and died with Nobutada during the Incident at Honnō-ji ...