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Nagaakira succeeded his elder brother [[Asano Yukinaga|Yukinaga]] and resided at Fuchu in [[Kai province]]. On the eve of the Osaka Castle conflict, Toyotomi retainers attempted to convince Nagaakira to lend his strength to their cause. Nagaakira not only remained loyal to the [[Tokugawa clan|Tokugawa]] but reportedly took 44 heads in the sieges of [[Osaka Castle]] ([[1614]], [[1615]]). He was installed at Hiroshima in [[Aki province]], worth some 426,000 ([[1619]]), and had earlier married a daughter of [[Tokugawa Ieyasu]] ([[1616]]).
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Nagaakira succeeded his elder brother [[Asano Yukinaga|Yukinaga]] and resided at Fuchu in [[Kai province]]. On the eve of the Osaka Castle conflict, Toyotomi retainers attempted to convince Nagaakira to lend his strength to their cause. Nagaakira not only remained loyal to the [[Tokugawa clan|Tokugawa]] but reportedly took 44 heads in the [[Osaka Winter Campaign|sieges of Osaka Castle]] ([[1614]], [[1615]]). He was installed at Hiroshima in [[Aki province]], worth some 426,000 ([[1619]]), and had earlier married a daughter of [[Tokugawa Ieyasu]] ([[1616]]).
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