Abe Motozane (安倍 元真?, 1513 – November 10, 1587) was a Japanese samurai of the Sengoku period, who first served the Imagawa clan. He was involved in the defense of Sunpu Castle, but had to retreat when Takeda Shingen attacked. He later served Tokugawa Ieyasu in his battle against the Takedas, defending Hōkizuka Castle and defeating Miura Uemonnosuke.
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- Abe, Takeshi (1987). "Abe Motozane". Sengoku jinmei jiten (in Japanese). Tokyo: Shinjinbutsu Ōraisha. p. 52. ISBN 4404014120.
- Yamamoto, Takeshi; Tetsuo Owada (1981). Sengoku daimyō kashindan jiten: Tōgoku hen (in Japanese). Tokyo: Shinjinbutsu Ōraisha. p. 328.
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