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  1. Hōjō Tsunanari (北条綱成,? 1515 - 1587) fue un samurái del período Sengoku de la historia de Japón . Tsunanari fue hermano adoptivo de Hōjō Ujiyasu , y fue el defensor del Castillo Kawagoe durante el asedio sufrido en 1595.

  2. Hōjō Tsunashige (北条 綱成, 1515 – June 11, 1587) or Hōjō Tsunanari also known as "Jio Hachiman", was a samurai commander with great skill under the Hōjō clan. The brother in law of Hōjō Ujiyasu.

  3. Tsunashige HOJO (1515 - 1587, his given name can be alternatively pronounced as Tsunanari) was a busho (Japanese military commander) in the Sengoku period (period of warring states), and a vassal of the Gohojo clan. It is considered that his father was Masashige KUSHIMA, a vassal of the Imagawa clan. Tsunashige's childhood name was Katsuchiyo.

  4. 7 de jul. de 2017 · The Hōjō routed them in what entered the annals of history as the Night Battle of Kawagoe (1545): Hōjō Tsunanari (北条綱成, 1515-1587), Ujiyasu's adopted brother, defended the castle with only 3,000 men against an army of more than 80,000.

  5. 15 de jun. de 2017 · Los Takeda se acabarían desquitando del fiasco de Nirayama con la toma del castillo de Fukazawa, un importante castillo hōjō en Suruga. Fukazawa estaba defendido por el veterano Hōjō Tsunanari, el defensor de Kagawoe.

  6. Hōjō Tsunanari fue un samurái del período Sengoku de la historia de Japón. For faster navigation, this Iframe is preloading the Wikiwand page for Hōjō Tsunanari . Home

  7. Hōjō Tsunashige (北条 綱成, 1515 – June 11, 1587) or Hōjō Tsunanari also known as "Jio Hachiman", was an officer of great skill under the Hōjō clan. The adopted brother of Hōjō Ujiyasu. Around the Kantō region, he fought in many battles supporting the Hōjō, also contributing to the expansion of the domain of Hōjō, he was well ...