Sogō Kazumasa

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Sogō Kazumasa (十河 一存, 1532 – April 2, 1561), other name Sogō Kazunari (十河 和也), fourth son of Miyoshi Motonaga, was a Japanese samurai of the Sengoku period who was a member of Miyoshi clan, daimyō of Kawachi Province.[1]

Sogō Kazumasa
十河一存
Lord of Kawachi
Succeeded byMiyoshi Yoshitsugu
Personal details
Born1532
Shōzui Castle, Awa Province (Tokushima)
DiedApril 2, 1561 (aged 29)
Izumi Province
RelationsMiyoshi Motonaga (father)
Miyoshi Nagayoshi (brother)
Miyoshi Yoshikata (brother)
Atagi Fuyuyasu (brother)
Miyoshi Yoshitsugu (son)
Sogō Masayasu (adopted son)
NicknameOni Sogō
Military service
AllegianceJapanese crest Sanngai Hisi ni itutu Kuginuki.svg Miyoshi clan
UnitSogō clan

Miyoshi Nagayoshi (eldest), Miyoshi Yukiyasu (second) and Atagi Fuyuyasu (third) are his elder brothers and Miyoshi Yoshitsugu is his son (later became Nagayoshi's adopted son). He latterly adopted Miyoshi Nagaharu (Yukiyasu's son) his child.[2][3] He adopted Miyoshi Yoshikata's son, Masayasu.[1]

His nickname was Oni Sogō as he was well known for his fighting skill and fierce like an Oni.[4][1]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b c "デジタル版 日本人名大辞典+Plus「三好政長」の解説". Kotobank. Retrieved 15 December 2021.
  2. ^ "十河城" (in Japanese). 攻城団. Retrieved 25 July 2019.
  3. ^ "十河城" (in Japanese). Takamatsu city official. Retrieved 25 July 2019.
  4. ^ 三好長慶 吉川弘文館 P.197 新装版 ISBN 978-4-642-05154-5