Shingen is the dharma name adopted by Takeda Harunobu, a renowned feudal lord from central Japan, when he announced that he would pursue a pabbajja life in 1559. Although widely known by "Shingen," his official name remained "Harunobu" throughout the rest of his life.

Shingen can refer to the following fictional characters:

  • Shingen Harada from the Marvel Comics universe
  • Shingen (Usagi Yojimbo) from Usagi Yojimbo

Shingen can also refer to:

  • Shingen the Ruler, a video game

Other articles related to "shingen":

Siege Of Fukashi
... The 1549 siege of Fukashi was executed by Takeda Shingen during his campaign to take Shinano province ... one of several minor fortresses controlled by Ogasawara Nagatoki and lost to Shingen ... After seizing the castle, Shingen placed Baba Nobuharu in charge of it Matsumoto Castle was later built on the site ...
Amari Torayasu
... and served the Takeda clan under Takeda Nobutora and Shingen ... Amari was a shukurō, or clan elder, following Shingen's accession to family headship and was one of Takeda Shingen's twenty-four generals ...
Obu Toramasa
... He was the tutor of Takeda Shingen's younger brother Takeda Nobushige ... He later betrayed Shingen with Shingen's eldest child, the rebellious Takeda Yoshinobu ... one of the "Twenty-Four Generals of Takeda Shingen" ...
Sanada Yukitaka
1574) was a daimyō (feudal lord) of Shinano Province who became one of Takeda Shingen's 'Twenty-four Generals' (his most trusted commanders), submitting to become Takeda's vassal after a long and difficult ... Under Takeda Shingen, Sanada Yukitaka participated in the Battle of Odaihara in 1546 and the sieges of Toishi in 1550 and 1551, and was one of three generals to be named Danjōchū by Shingen ...