Naito Ienaga

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Ienaga was the son of Naitô Kiyonaga. He first served Tokugawa Ieyasu in the suppression of the 1565 Mikawa monto riot and went on to fight at Mikatagahara, Nagashino, and elsewhere. After the Tokugawa were moved to the Kanto in 1590, he was given a 20,000-koku fief at Sanuki in Kazusa province. Ienaga was one of the defenders of Fushimi in 1600 under Torii Mototada and committed suicide when the castle fell to the forces of Ishida Mitsunari. His son Masanaga later fought for the Tokugawa at Osaka castle (1615).