Honda Shigetsugu


Honda Shigetsugu

for his ferocity.

Honda Narishige was his son.

References

*ja icon [http://www.geocities.jp/takuji1119/honda/side.htm "Honda Shigetsugu, Narishige Fushi Daijiten"] (22 Feb. 2008)
*ja icon [http://www2.harimaya.com/sengoku/html/honda.html "Honda-shi" on Harimaya.com] (22 Feb. 2008)


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