Monday, December 1, 2014


Photo of the Kamatogi Pass.

During the Battle of Okehazama, the chances are high that Nobunaga and his army passed through Kamatogi just before crossing the Tegoe River after leaving Fort Nakajima.  I found this to be very interesting.  I did not know about this until late last year.  Last year, I received a book Okehazama Kosen Konko (The Study of the Old Battle of Okehazama) by Obata Tazo.  The book has several maps and old pictures related to the Battle of Okehazama.  As for the maps, it includes historians Taniguchi Katsuhiro, Owada Tetsuo, Fujimoto Masayuki, and writer Karino Kakujin.  Of course, it includes maps from Mr. Okehazama (Wataru Kajino) and his father Magosaku's opinion on which route Nobunaga took to the Okehazama battlefield.

Tenka no tame!

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