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Ujiie Naotomo

Ujiie Naotomo (氏家 直元, 1512? – June 4, 1571), also known as Ujiie Bokuzen (氏家ト全), was a Japanese samurai warrior.[1]

Early life

Naotomo was the son of Ujiie Yukikuni.


Natotomo was considered one of the "Mino Triumvirate" (西美濃三人衆 Nishi Mino Sanninshū), along with Inaba Yoshimichi and Andō Morinari. In 1567, they agreed together to join the forces of Oda Nobunaga.[2]

He took part in the battle of Anegawa in 1570. On 12 May 1571, he died fighting against Ikkō-ikki at the first siege of Nagashima while under the command of Shibata Katsuie.

Family and relatives

Others in Ujiie clan


  1. ^ 氏家卜全 at Nihon jinmei daijiten; retrieved 2013-5-29.
  2. ^ Ōta, Gyūichi. (2011). p. 114The Chronicle of Lord Nobunaga,.

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