Saitō Yoshitatsu

Saitō Yoshitatsu

Infobox_Officeholder | name= Saitō Yoshitatsu
nationality=Japanese


caption=
order=2nd Lord of the Saitō clan
term_start=1554
term_end=1561
predecessor=Saitō Dōsan
successor=Saitō Tatsuoki
birth_date=birth date|1527|7|8|mf=y
birth_place=Mino Province, Japan
death_date=death date and age|1561|6|23|1527|7|8|mf=y
death_place=
spouse=
nihongo|Saitō Yoshitatsu|斎藤義龍|extra=July 8, 1527–June 23, 1561 was a Japanese daimyo of the Sengoku period. He was the second generation lord of the Saitō clan.

Early life

Yoshiatsu was born in Mino Province in 1527, the eldest son of Saitō Dōsan. ["Nihonshi Yōgoshū B" (Tokyo: Yamakawa shuppansha, 2000), p. 122.] Some theorize that Yoshitatsu was in fact the son of Toki Yorinari, the former ruler of Mino. Whether true or not, this helped bring former retainers of the Toki clan into the Saitō clan's service.

Yoshitatsu declared rebellion against his father in an attempt to obtain control. Decisively defeating his father at the Battle of Nagaragawa in 1556, Yoshitatsu wiped out any opposition within the clan and declared himself as Second Head of Saitō.

Aftermath

Yoshitatsu's victory over his father encouraged many other warlords, such as Oda Nobunaga, to fight after his forts were intentionally destroyed and passage into Mino was restricted. Yoshitatsu died of illness in 1561. ["Nihonshi yōgoshū B", p. 122.] The young Saitō Tatsuoki succeeded as the Saitō clan's third head. [ja icon [http://www2.harimaya.com/sengoku/html/saito_k.html "Saitō-shi" on Harimaya.com] (14 July 2008).]

References

ee also

*Oda Nobunaga
*Saitō Dōsan
*Saitō Tatsuoki


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