List of daimyōs from the Sengoku period

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Japan in 1560 (Battle of Okehazama)
Pale purple : Miyoshi Nagayoshi
Ocher: Takeda Shingen
Blue (East): Nagao Kagetora
Purple (Center): Imagawa Yoshimoto
Green: Hōjō Ujiyasu
Pink: Asakura Yoshikage
Red (West): Amago Haruhisa
Yellow: Mōri Motonari
Purple (West): Ōtomo Sōrin
Blue (West): Shimazu Takahisa
Purple (East): Date Harumune
Red (Center): Oda Nobunaga
Japan in 1570 (Battle of Anegawa)
Red (Center): Oda Nobunaga
Ocher: Takeda Shingen
Blue (East): Uesugi Kenshin
Green (East): Hōjō Ujiyasu
Pink: Asakura Yoshikage
Yellow: Mōri Motonari
Red (West): Amago Yoshihisa
Cyan: Tokugawa Ieyasu
Japan in 1591
Red: Toyotomi Hideyoshi
Japan in 1600 (Battle of Sekigahara)
Red: Western Army (Ishida Mitsunari, Mōri Terumoto)
Cyan: Eastern Army (Tokugawa Ieyasu)
Gray: Neutral

This is a list of daimyōs from the Sengoku period of Japan.

Contents

Kansai region[edit]

Yamashiro Province (Kyoto)[edit]

Ashikaga Shogunate, Muromachi Palace[edit]

Kawachi Province[edit]

Miyoshi clan, Kishiwada Castle[edit]

Harima Province[edit]

Kodera Clan, Himeji Castle[edit]

Tanba Province[edit]

Akechi Clan, Sakamoto Castle[edit]

Kii Province[edit]

Saika clan & Saika Renegades, Saikazaki[edit]

Settsu Province[edit]

The Three Shugo of Settsu[edit]

Ikeda Clan (Ikeda Katsumasa)[edit]
Wada Clan (Wada Koremasa)[edit]
Itami Clan (Itami Chikaoki)[edit]

Ishiyama Hongan-ji (until 1580)[edit]

Toyotomi Clan (from 1583), Osaka Castle[edit]

Yamato Province[edit]

Tsutsui clan, Kōriyama Castle[edit]

Ōmi Province[edit]

Azai Clan, Odani Castle[edit]

Rokkaku Clan, Kannonji Castle[edit]

Chūgoku Region[edit]

Bingo Province[edit]

Izumo Province[edit]

Amago Clan, Gassantoda Castle[edit]

Suō Province[edit]

Ōuchi Clan[edit]

Bizen Province[edit]

Uragami Clan, Okayama Castle[edit]

Akamatsu clan[edit]

Aki Province[edit]

Mori Clan, Yoshida Castle[edit]

Chūgoku Murakami Clan[edit]

Noshima Branch

Innoshima Branch

Kurujima Branch

Tōhoku region[edit]

Dewa Province[edit]

Date Clan, Yonezawa Castle[edit]

Sōma clan, Nakamura Castle[edit]

Yamagata Province[edit]

Mogami Clan, Hasedo Castle[edit]

Ashina Clan, Aizu-Wakamatsu Castle[edit]

Satake Clan, Kubota Castle[edit]

Mutsu Province[edit]

Nanbu clan/Tsugaru clan, Hirosaki Castle[edit]

Gamō clan, Hinoe Castle[edit]

Chūbu Region[edit]

Shinano Province[edit]

Sanada Clan, Ueda Castle[edit]

Murakami Clan, Katsurao Castle

Ogasawara Clan, Fukashi Castle

Suwa Clan, Takashima Castle

Kiso Clan

Other Clans opposing Takeda Shingen

Echigo Province[edit]

Nagao/Uesugi Clan, Kasugayama Castle[edit]

Mino Province[edit]

Saitō clan, Inabayama Castle[edit]

Echizen Province[edit]

Asakura Clan, Ichijōdani Castle[edit]

Suruga Province[edit]

Imagawa Clan, Kakegawa Castle[edit]

Owari Province[edit]

Oda Clan, Gifu Castle[edit]

Mikawa Province[edit]

Matsudaira (later Tokugawa) Clan, Okazaki Castle[edit]

Kai Province[edit]

Takeda clan, Yōgaiyama Castle[edit]

Kaga Province[edit]

Shikoku Region[edit]

Chōsokabe clan, Okō Castle[edit]

Ichijō clan, Nakamura Castle[edit]

Kantō region[edit]

Sagami Province[edit]

Late Hōjō clan, Odawara Castle[edit]

Kyūshū[edit]

Satsuma Province[edit]

Shimazu clan, Kagoshima Castle[edit]

Kawachi Province[edit]

Itō clan, Sadowara Castle (Obi Castle under Toyotomi rule)[edit]

Bungo & Buzen Province[edit]

Ōtomo Clan, Funai Castle[edit]

Tachibana & Takahashi clans, Tachibana castle[edit]

Hizen Province[edit]

Ryūzōji clan, Muranaka Castle[edit]