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  1. Satomi Yoshitaka (里見 義堯, 1507? – 1574) was a Japanese samurai and head of the Satomi clan. In 1534, he killed his nephew and became a head of the Satomi clan. He fought against the Later Hōjō clan under Ashikaga Yoshiaki in the Battle of Kōnodai. However, Yoshiaki was killed during the battle and was defeated.

  2. 14 de jun. de 2017 · Yoshiaki exigió (de acuerdo a su rango) ostentar el mando de la fuerza aliada y desoyó a Satomi Yoshitaka que aconsejó atacar a los Hōjō antes de que estos cruzaran el río Tonegawa. Yoshiaki prefirió esperar la embestida hōjō, y pronto las cosas empezaron a ir mal para sus fuerzas.

  3. Satomi Yoshitaka (里見 義堯?, 1507? – 1574) was a Japanese samurai and head of the Satomi clan.[1] In 1534, he killed his nephew and became a head of the Satomi clan.[1] He fought against the Later Hōjō clan under Ashikaga Yoshiaki in the Battle of Kōnodai.[1] However, Yoshiaki was killed during the...

  4. Satomi Yoshitaka (里見 義堯, 1507? – 1574) was a Japanese samurai and head of the Satomi clan. In 1534, he killed his nephew and became a head of the Satomi clan. He fought against the Later Hōjō clan under Ashikaga Yoshiaki in the Battle of Kōnodai. However, Yoshiaki was killed during the battle and was defeated.

  5. Satomi Yoshitaka - SamuraiWiki. Born: 1512. Died: 1574. Sons: Satomi Yoshihiro, Satomi Yoshiyori, Satomi Takamoto, Satomi Takamasa, Satomi Tadahiro. Titles: Gyôbu daisuke. Distinction: Lord of Awa. Yoshitaka was the eldest son of Satomi Sanetaka.

  6. Luchó contra el clan posterior Hōjō bajo Ashikaga Yoshiaki en la Batalla de Kōnodai . [1] Sin embargo, Yoshiaki murió durante la batalla y fue derrotado. [2] [3] Tras la muerte de Ashikaga Yoshiaki, Yoshitaka expandió su territorio y gobernó la mayor parte de la provincia de Kazusa . [2] En 1554, su castillo Kururi fue rodeado por 20.000 soldados del clan posterior Hōjō, pero ...

  7. Satomi Yoshitaka was a daimyo of the Satomi Clan. Yoshitaka was the son of Satomi Sanetaka, a daimyo who fought against the Hojo Clan. His conquests were well-known, including his conquest of the Takeda Clan fortress of Kururi. Yoshitaka was defeated in 1538 by Hojo Ujitsuna, but recovered and...