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Battles – ページ 2 – Samurai World

The Battle of Toba- Fushimi

Battle of Toba- Fushimi(January 27- 31, 1868) Imperial Loyalists (5,000) Vs Tokugawa Shogunate Loyalists (15,000) The Battle of Toba-Fushimi was part of the Boshin War, fought between those still loyal to the by now defunct Tokugawa Bakufu, and the newly instated pro-Imperial forces, and is named after the area where the allied Choshu, [...]

By | 2018-05-20T11:31:05+09:00 12月 14th, 2017|Battles|0 Comments

The Battle of Ishibashiyama, 1180

The Battle of Ishibashiyama(September 14, 1180) The night Battle of Ishibashiyama was fought between to the two great rival clans of the Heian Period, the Minamoto and the Taira clans, and took place at Ishibashiyama within the mountains of Hakone, near Odawara in Kanagawa Prefecture. The Minamoto, fronted by Minamoto no Yoritomo, consisted [...]

By | 2018-05-13T12:30:52+09:00 12月 13th, 2017|Battles|0 Comments

Battle of Anegawa, July 30, 1570. Omi (Shiga Prefecture)

Oda Nobunaga (20,000)/ Tokugawa Ieyasu (8,000) 
Azai Nagamasa / Asakura Kagetake [Asakura Yoshikage] (20,000) The Battle of Anegawa was fought in the wide, shallow waters of the River Ane that flows from east to west before meeting Lake Biwa north of Nagahama (Shiga Pref.) between the 28,000 combined forces of Oda Nobunaga [...]

By | 2018-05-20T11:33:23+09:00 12月 8th, 2017|Battles|0 Comments

The Battle of Imayama, 1570

The Battle of Imayama, 1570 (August 20 1570) The Battle of Imayama took place in Kyushu on August 20 1570. Like the Battles of Okehazama (1560), and Kawagoe (1545), Imayama is recognized as one of the great surprise attacks of the Sengoku Period. The Otomo and the Ryuzoji clans were long-time [...]

By | 2018-01-04T16:11:20+09:00 11月 28th, 2017|Battles|0 Comments

The Battle of Sekigahara 1600

The Battle of Sekigahara October 21, 1600. Mino (Gifu) Tokugawa Ieyasu (East) (80,000) 
Ishida Mitsunari (West) (80,000) Sekigahara was the biggest, bloodiest field battle in samurai history! The nation had been unified first under Oda Nobunaga, who was assassinated by a traitorous general, and then by his successor, Toyotomi [...]

By | 2018-05-20T11:41:14+09:00 9月 1st, 2017|Battlefields, Battles, Spots|0 Comments

The battle of Komaki-Nagakute 1584

The battle of KOMAKI-NAGAKUTE 1584. Owari (Komaki and Nagakute, Nagoya Aichi Prefecture) Toyotomi Hideyoshi (12,000) 
Tokugawa Ieyasu (9,000) The site of the most fierce fighting of the day is unfortunately now a shopping center. On the outskirts of Nagoya is one of the major battlefields of the [...]

By | 2018-07-16T18:59:04+09:00 9月 1st, 2017|Battlefields, Battles, Spots|0 Comments

The Battle of Mikatagahara 1573

Takeda Shingen (35,000) 
Tokugawa Ieyasu (11,000, including 3,000 Oda troops) The Battle of Mikatagahara, fought in an area north of Hamamatsu (Shizuoka Prefecture), almost changed Japan’s history, as the man who would go on to become Shogun, Tokugawa Ieyasu, suffered a near total defeat to the superb fighting forces [...]

By | 2018-01-04T17:26:59+09:00 9月 1st, 2017|Battles|0 Comments

The Battle Of Okehazama 1560

The Battle Of Okehazama June 12, 1560 Oda Nobunaga (2,500) Vs. Imagawa Yoshimoto (25,000+) The Battle Of Okehazama, one of the most important battles in samurai history, was fought on June 12, 1560, on the outskirts of Nagoya City when 2,500 samurai trounced an army of 25,000, a ratio of [...]

By | 2018-05-06T13:07:26+09:00 9月 1st, 2017|Battlefields, Battles, Spots|1 Comment