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[[Image:oda_hitachi.jpg|left|thumb|The Oda of Hitachi's kamon.]]
 
[[Image:oda_hitachi.jpg|left|thumb|The Oda of Hitachi's kamon.]]
  
The Oda of Hitachi were descended from Hatsuta Tomoie, a follower of Minamoto Yoritomo. During the Sengoku period they were active in the on-going struggle between the Hôjô and Satomi familes. They lost their lands around 1574 to the Ota. They bore no relation to the Oda of Owari and the characters that formed their names were different.
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*''Japanese'': [[織田]]家 ''(Oda-ke)''
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The Oda of [[Hitachi province|Hitachi]] were descended from [[Hatsuta Tomoie]], a follower of [[Minamoto Yoritomo]]. During the Sengoku period they were active in the on-going struggle between the Hôjô and [[Satomi clan|Satomi]] familes. They lost their lands around [[1574]] to the [[Ota clan|Ota]]. They bore no relation to the [[Oda clan|Oda]] of [[Owari province|Owari]] and the characters that formed their names were different.
  
 
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Latest revision as of 10:41, 4 July 2012

The Oda of Hitachi's kamon.

The Oda of Hitachi were descended from Hatsuta Tomoie, a follower of Minamoto Yoritomo. During the Sengoku period they were active in the on-going struggle between the Hôjô and Satomi familes. They lost their lands around 1574 to the Ota. They bore no relation to the Oda of Owari and the characters that formed their names were different.