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  1. Hōjō Ujiteru (北条 氏照) (1540? – August 10, 1590) was a Japanese samurai, who was the son of Hōjō Ujiyasu and lord of Hachiōji Castle in what is now Tokyo. He fought in the Siege of Odawara (1561) and Battle of Konodai (1564). In 1568, Ujiteru defended Takiyama Castle from Takeda Shingen.

  2. Ujiteru Hōjō is Ujiyasu's third son. He protected the northern borders of the Hōjō clan for most of his career. He is the master of Hachioji Castle during the Odawara campaign, but was personally defeated when trying to rescue Odawara from its siege.

  3. Ujiteru Hōjō (北 (ほう) 条 (じょう) 氏 (うじ) 輝 (てる) , Hōjō Ujiteru) was Shishikado's older brother and the heir to the Hojo Bushi. When Shishikado tried to wield a Kitetsuto for the first time, he accidentally hit Ujiteru with his white sword spirit, leaving him in a semi-decomposed state and bed-ridden...

  4. 19 de nov. de 2022 · Se cree que Hōjō Ujiteru, que construyó el castillo de Hachiōji, tenía en mente edificar una ciudadela enorme en la que se aprovechara el trazado escarpado del terreno; sin embargo, la ...

  5. Born: 1539. Died: 1590. Titles: Mutsu no kami. Japanese: 北条 氏照 (Houjou Ujiteru) Ujiteru was the 2nd son of Hôjô Ujiyasu and was adopted into the Ôshi family. He held Takiyama and then Hachioji castle in Musashi province, along with three other castles over the course of his career.

  6. 10 de jul. de 2019 · Hachiōji Castle (八王子城 Hachiōji-jō) is a mountain castle constructed by Hōjō Ujiteru (北条 氏照, 1540-1590) in Hachiōji, just north of modern-day JR Takao Station. Ujiteru had held out at nearby Takiyama Castle (滝山城 ) first, but after the castle had fallen to attacks of Takeda Shingen and his son Katsuyori in ...

  7. 18 de jun. de 2017 · Combate entre los ashigarus de Ii Naomasa y los del regimiento negro de los Hōjō, Odawara 1590 (Howard Gerrard). Hōjō Ujimasa, el diplomático. Ya hemos visto como Ujimasa (nacido en 1538) había asumido nominalmente el mando del clan en 1560, compartiéndolo de facto con su padre a pesar de su supuesto retiro.

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