Hatakeyama Yoshinari


Hatakeyama Yoshinari

nihongo|Hatakeyama Yoshinari|畠山義就| was a Japanese samurai and feudal lord ("daimyo") of the Muromachi period (early 15th century), who is most well known for his rivalry with Hatakeyama Masanaga over the position of Kanrei, or Shogun's Deputy.

This rivalry grew out of the larger conflict between Hosokawa Katsumoto and Yamana Souzen, which escalated into the Ōnin War. Masanaga and Yoshinari were largely stalemated for much of this period, as Yamana and Hosokawa Katsumoto warned that the first to engage in battle within the capital would be declared a rebel. Becoming a "rebel" meant losing alliances as well as honor.

References

*Sansom, George (1961). "A History of Japan: 1334-1615." Stanford, California: Stanford University Press.
*Turnbull, Stephen (1998). 'The Samurai Sourcebook'. London: Cassell & Co.


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