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[ Initial Book ] This Is A Book On What Happened Before Nobunaga’s March On Kyoto. Ōta Izumi Composed This

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Lord Kichibōshi celebrated his coming of age in his thirteenth year in his father's castle at Furuwatari and was given the name Oda Saburō Nobunaga. The next year, [Tenbun 16 (1547)], Oda Saburō Nobunaga went on his first military campaign, accompanied by Hirate Nakazukasa no Jō. Nobunaga led his troops toward Kira and Ōhama in Mikawa Province, where a Suruga force was stationed. Hirate Nakazukasa no Jō made a number of peace proposals to the house elders of Kiyosu, but failed to reach a settlement. Hirate Nakazukasa brokered another deal, one calling for Oda Saburō Nobunaga to become Saitō Yamashiro Dōsan's son-in-law and Dōsan's daughter to be welcomed as Nobunaga's bride to Owari Province. As a result, the whole region became peaceful again. This chapter further discusses what happened before Nobunaga's march on Kyoto.

Keywords:Furuwatari; Hirate Nakazukasa no Jō; Kyoto; Lord Kichibōshi; Mikawa Province; military campaign; Oda Saburō Nobunaga; Saitō Yamashiro Dōsan; Suruga force



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