Niwa Nagahide (丹羽長秀; October 16, 1535-May 15, 1585) was a Japanese samurai of the Sengoku through Azuchi-Momoyama periods of the 16th century. Events 456 - Magister militum Ricimer defeats the Emperor Avitus at Piacenza and becomes master of the western Events 1252 - Pope Innocent IV issues the Papal bull Ad exstirpanda, which authorizes but also limits the The came at the end of the Warring States Period in Japan, when the political unification that preceded the establishment of the Tokugawa shogunate took place He served as a retainer to the Oda clan, and was eventually a daimyo in his own right. The was a family of Japanese Daimyo who were to become an important political force in the unification of Japan in the mid-16th century
From his youth, Nagahide served Oda Nobunaga and became one of his senior retainers, going on to fight in the Oda clan's major battles, such as the Battle of Nagashino. ( June 23, 1534 &ndash June 21, 1582) was a major Daimyo during the Sengoku period of Japanese history The took place in 1575 at Nagashino Castle in the Mikawa province of Japan. He was also an effective governor tasked with the construction of Azuchi Castle, among many of other deeds. was one of the primary castles of Oda Nobunaga. It was built from 1576 to 1579, on the shores of Lake Biwa, in Ōmi Province. The extent of Nobunaga's trust can be seen by the fact that Nagahide married Nobunaga's adopted daughter and his son, Niwa Nagashige, married the fourth daughter of Nobunaga. was a Japanese Daimyo who served the Oda clan. Nagashige was the eldest son of Niwa Nagahide and married an adopted daughter of Oda Nobunaga.
These services let Nagahide rule over Wakasa Province and Sawayama Castle in Ōmi Province. was an old province of Japan in the area that is today southern Fukui prefecture. is a castle in the city of Hikone, Shiga Prefecture, Japan. This castle was an important military stronghold of Ōmi Province. For other meanings of Omi see Omi (disambiguation. is an old province of Japan which today comprises Shiga Prefecture. In 1581, in a military parade held at Kyoto before the eyes of the Emperor as well as foreign missionaries, Nagahide was given the honour of leading the procession. (IPA /kʲoːto / is a city in the central part of the island of Honshū, Japan. The of Japan is the country's Monarch. He is the head of the Japanese Imperial Family.
On 1582, as Oda Nobutaka's second in command, Nobunaga had Nagahide launch a campaign on Shikoku but before he made any progress, Nobunaga was killed by Akechi Mitsuhide. (1558-1583 was a samurai and member of Oda clan. He was adopted as the head of Kanbe clan that ruled the middle region of Ise Province and was also called is the smallest (225 km long and between 50 and 150 km wide and least populous (4141955 as of 2005 of the four main islands of Japan, located south of Honshū nicknamed Jūbei or, was a Samurai who lived during the Sengoku period of Feudal Japan. Nagahide abandoned the campaign and turned back to help Hashiba Hideyoshi avenge this by killing Mitsuhide. At the meeting in Kiyosu Castle where the future of the Oda clan was discussed, Nagahide supported Hideyoshi's position and gained Echizen Province and Kaga Province to rule over 1,230,000 koku, becoming one of the most powerful retainers and daimyo. is a castle that acted as a base of operations for Oda Nobunaga and was built as a centennial celebration for the modern-day city of Kiyosu The was a family of Japanese Daimyo who were to become an important political force in the unification of Japan in the mid-16th century was an old province of Japan, which is today the northern part of Fukui prefecture. was an old province in the area that is today the southern part of Ishikawa Prefecture. KOKU (1003 FM, "Hit Radio 100" is a Radio station in the United States territory of Guam. However, Nagahide died of illness in 1585 without making any impact at all. There is a conflicting record that Nagahide had not died of an illness, but on seeing Hideyoshi gather more power and eclipsing the Oda clan Nagahide had so long served, he felt that he had not lived up for the good of Nobunaga and the Oda clan as whole and committed suicide.
His son Nagashige later became lord of Shirakawa Castle in northern Japan, and by the time of Nagahide's grandson Mitsushige, the family's 100,000 koku landholding was moved to Nihonmatsu, where they remained for the duration of the Edo Period. was a Japanese Daimyo who served the Oda clan. Nagashige was the eldest son of Niwa Nagahide and married an adopted daughter of Oda Nobunaga.