|Siege of Kaminogou-jou|
|Part of Tokugawa Ieyasu's revolt against Imagawa|
|Matsudaira forces||Imagawa forces|
|Commanders and leaders|
|Hattori Hanzo||Udono Nagamochi|
The siege of Kaminogō-jō the Siege of Kaminogō Castle was a battle during the Sengoku period (16th century) of Japan.
With the help of his ninja vassal Hattori Hanzo, Tokugawa Ieyasu, after a well fought battle, captured the castle of Kaminogō Castle from its keeper, Udono Nagamochi, a general of the Imagawa. Throughout Ieyasu's victory over the capture of Kaminogō-jō, Ieyasu obtained many useful hostages to use against that of the Imagawa, who were currently in possession of his own family.
- The Samurai Sourcebook
- Turnbull: Ninja AD 1460-1650, p44.
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