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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)''
    
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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