- Battle of Mimasetoge
Infobox Military Conflict
conflict=Battle of Mimasetoge
result=Successful Takeda withdrawal, Takeda victory
Takeda Shingen, Baba Nobuharu, Yamagata Masakage
Hōjō Ujiteru, Hōjō Ujikuni
The battle of Mimasetoge took place in
1569, as the forces of Takeda Shingenwithdrew from repeated failed sieges of the Hōjō clan's Odawara Castlein the Kanagawa Prefectureof Japan. The Hōjō forces, led by the brothers Ujiteru and Ujikuni, laid in wait for him in the pass of Mimase. The Takeda vanguard, which included Baba Nobuharu, was hard-pressed; Shingen himself led up the Takeda main body. The battle turned in favor of the Takeda when Yamagata Masakagelaunched a furious counterattack, inflicting heavy casualties on the Hôjô. The Hôjô were defeated and forced to retreat north, allowing the Takeda to return to Kai - though leaving behind some 900 dead.
*Turnbull, Stephen (1998). 'The Samurai Sourcebook'. London: Cassell & Co.
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