Inaba Yoshimichi

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Inaba Yoshimichi.
In this Japanese name, the family name is Inaba.

Inaba Yoshimichi (稲葉 良通?, 1515 – January 5, 1589), also known as Inaba Ittetsu (稲葉 一鉄),[1] was a Japanese samurai warrior in the Sengoku period.[2]

Yoshimichi was considered one of the "Mino Triumvirate" (西美濃三人衆 Nishi Mino Sanninshū?), along with Andō Michitari and Ujiie Bokuzen. In 1567, they agreed together to join the forces of Oda Nobunaga.[3]

He took part in the Battle of Anegawa,[4][5]

His son, Inaba Masanari, was the husband of Saitō Fuku.

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  1. ^ Macadam, Joseph P. and Tatsusaburō Hayashiya. (1974). Japanese arts and the tea ceremony, p. 183.
  2. ^ 稲葉一鉄 at Nihon jinmei daijiten; retrieved 2013-5-29.
  3. ^ Ōta, Gyūichi. (2011). The Chronicle of Lord Nobunaga, p. 114.
  4. ^ Sadler, A. L. (2010). The Maker of Modern Japan: The Life of Tokugawa Ieyasu, p. 80.
  5. ^ Turnbull, Stephen (1987). Battles of the Samurai. Arms and Armour Press. p. 220. ISBN 0853688265.