Numata CastleNumata City, Gunma Prefecture

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Numata Castle DATA
castle construction1532
address594 Nishikuranaicho, Numata City, Gunma Prefecture
Access to Numata Castle
About 12 minutes walk from JR Numata Station.

HISTORYAbout Numata Castle

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Odate RebellionKenshin Uesugi's successor battle: Kagetora vs. Kagekatsu
On March 13, 1578, Uesugi Kenshin, known as the ``Dragon of Echigo,'' died suddenly at Kasugayama Castle (present-day Joetsu City, Niigata Prefecture). The succession dispute that arose as a result of this was the Otate Rebellion, which lasted until 1580. Ken
Odate Rebellion
Tensho Migo RebellionTokugawa vs Uesugi vs Hojo! The conflict immediately after the Honnoji Incident
In June 1582, the Tensho Migo War took advantage of the confusion that followed Nobunaga's defeat in the Honnoji Incident. While the Tokugawa family, Uesugi family, and Hojo family fought over the former Takeda territory that Nobunaga ruled, the former Takeda territory was ruled by Nobunaga.
Tensho Migo Rebellion

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Nobuyuki SanadaThe eldest son who protected the Sanada family
In the late Muromachi period, the period of war, also known as the Sengoku period, came to an end with the Tokugawa clan. After winning the Battle of Sekigahara, Tokugawa Ieyasu established the Edo Shogunate. He defeated the Toyotomi family left behind by Toyotomi Hideyoshi at the Battle of Osaka Castle. Ieyasu in this battle of Osaka Castle
Nobuyuki Sanada

History of the Numata Domain, whose domain office is Numata Castle


Sanada family crest “Rokumonsen”

Numata Domain DATA
Domain officeNumata Castle
old areaTone District, Ueno Province
stone height30,000 koku
main lordSanada family, Honda family, Kuroda family, Toki family
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