Difference between revisions of "Asai Sukemasa"

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* ''Title: Bizen no kami''
 
* ''Title: Bizen no kami''
 
* ''Sons: [[Asai Masahiro]], [[Asai Hisamasa]], and [[Asai Akimasa]] (adopted)''
 
* ''Sons: [[Asai Masahiro]], [[Asai Hisamasa]], and [[Asai Akimasa]] (adopted)''
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* ''Japanese'': [[浅井]]亮政 ''(Asai Sukemasa)''
  
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Sukemasa was a son of [[Asai Naotane]] and succeeded [[Asai Naomasa]]. He began his career as a retainer of the [[Kyogoku clan|Kyôgoku]] and gradually increased his position to the point where he was essentially an independent lord. He made [[Odani castle]] in northern Ômi (built in [[1522]]) his capital and allied with the [[Asakura clan|Asakura]] of [[Echizen province|Echizen]]. After about [[1516]], Sukemasa spent much of his time competing with the [[Rokkaku clan|Rokkaku]] of southern Ômi.
  
Sukemasa was a son of [[Asai Naotane]] and succeeded [[Asai Naomasa]]. He began his career as a retainer of the [[Kyogoku clan|Kyôgoku]] and gradually increased his position to the point where he was essentially an independent lord. He made [[Odani castle]] in northern Ômi (built in [[1522]]) his capital and allied with the [[Asakura clan|Asakura]] of [[Echizen province|Echizen]]. After about [[1516]], Sukemasa spent much of his time competing with the [[Rokkaku clan|Rokkaku]] of southern Ômi.
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==Historical materials==
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* [[Azai Sandai-ki]]
  
 
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Latest revision as of 00:42, 29 December 2011

Sukemasa was a son of Asai Naotane and succeeded Asai Naomasa. He began his career as a retainer of the Kyôgoku and gradually increased his position to the point where he was essentially an independent lord. He made Odani castle in northern Ômi (built in 1522) his capital and allied with the Asakura of Echizen. After about 1516, Sukemasa spent much of his time competing with the Rokkaku of southern Ômi.

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