Ōkuma Tomohide

Ōkuma Tomohide (大熊朝秀; 1517 – April 3, 1582) was a Japanese samurai of the Sengoku period. He served the Uesugi clan, but later switched allegiances and became a retainer of the Takeda clan of Kai Province.[1][2] He died with Takeda Katsuyori at the Battle of Tenmokuzan.[3][2]

Tomohide's descendants became the chief retainers of the Sanada clan.[3]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Jōshinetsu no Meijō wo Auku Niigatahen. Tokyo: 吉川弘文庫. 2016. p. 41. ISBN 9784642082877.
  2. ^ a b "箕冠城(読み)みかぶりじょう 日本の城がわかる事典「箕冠城」の解説" (in Japanese). kotobank. Retrieved 20 October 2021.
  3. ^ a b Akihiko Katagiri, "The Family and the Vassals of the Fusada" ("Joetsu City History and History 2", Part 3, Chapter 1, Section 2 (Joetsu City, 2004) / Collection: Motoki Kuroda, edited by Kuroki Motoki Vol.2 Kanto Uesugi Family ”( Kai Kosho Publishing, 2018) ISBN 978-4-86403-269-8 ) 2018, P249-251.