A report on Oichi and Oinu

Portrait of Oichi
Portrait of Oinu no Kata, stored at Ryōan-ji
Statue of Oichi in Fukui.
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She was the younger sister of Oda Nobunaga and the elder sister of Oichi.

- Oinu

She was the younger sister of Nobunaga and Oinu.

- Oichi
Portrait of Oichi

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Oda Nobunaga in a 16th-century portrait by Kanō Motohide (detail)

Oda Nobunaga

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Japanese daimyo and one of the leading figures of the Sengoku period.

Japanese daimyo and one of the leading figures of the Sengoku period.

Oda Nobunaga in a 16th-century portrait by Kanō Motohide (detail)
Oda Clan Mon (emblem)
A photocopy of a portrait of Nobunaga allegedly drawn by a missionary. Collection of Sanpoji Temple.
Kiyosu Castle (清州城)
Statue of Oda Nobunaga at Kiyosu Castle.
Ukiyo-e of Oda Nobunaga by Kuniyoshi Utagawa.
Oda Nobunaga's armour.
Battle of Nagashino in 1575
Map of locations
Honnō-ji temple main hall
An ukiyo-e by Yoshitoshi depicting Nobunaga fighting in the Honnō-ji Incident
Grave of Oda Nobunaga at Mount Kōya, Wakayama Prefecture.
Site of Nagoya Castle (那古野城跡).
Political situation in Japan circa 1582. Purple area was territory controlled by the Oda in 1560, grey area was territory Nobunaga controlled at the time of his death in 1582.
Oda Nobunaga's breech-loading swivel gun, 16th century. This gun is thought to have been cast in Portuguese Goa, India. Caliber: 95 mm, length: 2880 mm.
The Swallowtail butterfly mon of the Taira is called Ageha-chō (揚羽蝶) in Japanese.
Azuchi-jō-zu, a drawing of the Azuchi castle
Portrait of Oda Nobunaga in Kobe City Museum, circa 1583

Also in an effort to cement an alliance between Nobunaga and rival warlord Azai Nagamasa from Omi Province, Nobunaga arranged for Oichi, his sister, to marry Nagamasa.

Oinu, married Saji Nobukata later married Hosokawa Nobuyoshi

Statue of Oda Nobuhide at Banshō-ji

Oda Nobuhide

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Japanese daimyō and magistrate of the Sengoku period known as "Tiger of Owari" and also the father of Oda Nobunaga the first "Great Unifier" of Japan.

Japanese daimyō and magistrate of the Sengoku period known as "Tiger of Owari" and also the father of Oda Nobunaga the first "Great Unifier" of Japan.

Statue of Oda Nobuhide at Banshō-ji
Grave of Oda Nobuhide in Bansho-ji

Oichi (1547–1583)

Oinu, married Saji Nobutaka and mother of Saji Kazunari