Oda Nobunaga


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Oda Nobunaga

(ˈəʊdə ˌnɒbjuːˈnɑːɡə)
n
(Biography) 1534–82, Japanese general and feudal leader, who unified much of Japan under his control: assassinated
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served He served under the Japanese warlord Oda Nobunaga.
Like Adams, Yasuke rose from a humble background abroad to greatness in Japan, but unlike Adams, he actually fought in battles at the side of Oda Nobunaga, one of Japan's greatest warriors who helped unify the country in the 16th century.
The feudal lord Oda Nobunaga (1534-82), for example, displayed expensive utensils at tea ceremonies to underscore his prowess.
Among them was Oda Nobunaga (1534-82), who set the example for his successors by commissioning elaborate building projects and employing members of the Kano family to undertake the decoration of the castle interiors.
Sakai was the third person to have achieved "sennichi kaihogyo" twice since 16th-century warlord Oda Nobunaga destroyed the Enryaku temple in 1571.
It is a period film set in the 1570s which shows the battles of Oda Nobunaga, a warrior who aspires to build an enormous castle on Mount Azuchi after beating the Takeda clan.
Young Nakamura has been tormented by horrific dreams ever since he survived the massacre of his village by Oda Nobunaga. Naki's only hope to save himself from his nightmares is to destroy the monster who destroyed his life.
Hidetsugu wants to find the strong oni who had bonded with Oda Nobunaga and is now hidden, but others want to find the oni and gain its power as well.
Following legends like Hattori Hanzo and Oda Nobunaga, as they are mysteriously transported into the realm of the serpent king Orochi, does at first sound interesting.
His cavalry charge is halted by the arrival of Oda Nobunaga using Western-style tactics and firearms.