Noda Castle[Castle Special Topic Japanese History]

野田城/アクセス・場所・地図 今川家や武田信玄に攻められ2度の降伏をした菅沼定盈の野田城【日本の歴史 お城特集】

[Castle name]
Noda Castle
Sadamitsu Suganuma surrenderred twice from being attacked by Imagawa clan and ShingenTakeda

Noda Castle is located in Shinshiro, Aichi and was built in early Sengoku era by Suganuma. It was known for its stellar defense which came from its terrain.
Sadamitsu Suganuma used to serve for Imagawa clan but left after the battle of Okehazama. They were forced to flee from the castle after being attacked by Imagawa clan, but successfully gained back control after a night attack.

野田城/アクセス・場所・地図 今川家や武田信玄に攻められ2度の降伏をした菅沼定盈の野田城【日本の歴史 お城特集】

They got in line after Motoyasu Matsudaira (Ieyasu Tokugawa) took control of Miyoshi. In 1571, Shingen Takeda started making his way for Kyoto and Miyoshi, Masakage Yamagata’s special force started making their way for Noda Castle.

野田城/アクセス・場所・地図 今川家や武田信玄に攻められ2度の降伏をした菅沼定盈の野田城【日本の歴史 お城特集】

Sadamitsu surrendered after getting cut off water and retreated to Hamamatsu Castle, Ieyasu’s base. He followed Ieyasu after capital was moved to the west, but his successor Terumasa Ikeda abandoned and ultimately destroyed the castle.

野田城/アクセス・場所・地図 今川家や武田信玄に攻められ2度の降伏をした菅沼定盈の野田城【日本の歴史 お城特集】

During the siege of Noda Caste, there’s a myth that Takeda was sniped when he came out to hear the war horn from the castle. According to Suganuma’s sources, it states Takeda’s troops became boisterous, but did not specifically say Takeda was hit.

Toyoshima Honjyo, Shinshiro-Shi, Aichi, 441-1345


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