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織田信長 1534~1582 尾張的實力者織田信秀的嫡子,幼名是吉法師,與美濃齋藤道三的女兒結婚。自稱“第六天魔王”,蔑視傳統的佛法禮教,立志以武力統一天下,創建中央集權的封建王朝。在即將成功之時,因部下謀反而于本能寺自殺。


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    Oda Nobunaga (織田 信長 Oda Nobunaga (help·info), June 23, 1534 - June 21, 1582) was a major daimyo during the Sengoku period of Japanese history. He was the son of Oda Nobuhide, a minor warlord with meager land holdings in Owari province. Nobunaga lived a life of continuous military conquest, eventually conquering most of Japan before his untimely death in 1582.


    Young Nobunaga

    In 1534, Nobunaga was born to regional daimyo Oda Nobuhide in Shobata Castle in Owari Province. He was Nobuhide's third son; however, he was the first son not born to a concubine and so was the heir to the Oda clan and their domains in Owari province. He was made the master of Nagoya Castle at a young age, and was brought up under the tutelage of senior Oda retainer Hirate Masahide, apart from his brother Nobuyuki. As a youth, Nobunaga was known for his eccentric behavior and lack of restraint. He was even openly ridiculed as "Owari's Great Fool" by some people.

    In the year 1546, Nobunaga went through his coming of age ceremony, and the next year, Nobunaga saw his first, though short, military action in Mikawa province.

    In a political manoeuvre, Hirate Masahide sent a proposal to the Oda clan's rival daimyo in Mino province, Saito Dosan, to have Nobunaga marry Dosan's daughter, Nōhime. This marriage forged an alliance between the two formerly hostile clans.


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