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Iwanari Tomomichi

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Iwanari Tomomichi

Iwanari Tomomichi (岩成 友通, 1519 – August 29, 1578) was a Japanese samurai of the 16th century. Also known as Ishinari Tomomichi (石成友通), he was a retainer of the Miyoshi clan, and held the title of Chikara-no-suke (主税助). Leading an uprising against the forces of Oda Nobunaga toward the end of his life, Iwanari was killed in battle by a retainer of Hosokawa Fujitaka.


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