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Chōsokabe Nobuchika

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Subject: Chōsokabe Morichika, Satake Yoshishige, Akechi Mitsutsuna, Iwanari Tomomichi, Nomi Munekatsu
Collection: 1565 Births, 1587 Deaths, Chōsokabe Clan, Japanese Warriors Killed in Battle, Samurai
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Chōsokabe Nobuchika

Chōsokabe Nobuchika (長宗我部信親, 1565 – January 1, 1587) was the eldest son of samurai lord Chōsokabe Motochika, and lived during the late Sengoku Period of Japanese history. After the subjugation of Shikoku by Toyotomi Hideyoshi, Nobuchika and his father followed the Toyotomi into Kyushu. Nobuchika was caught in an ambush during the campaign against the Shimazu in Battle of Hetsugigawa and died.


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