Oda Nobunaga is a famous samurai warrior, who was born on June 23, 1534, in the Owari Province, to a minor daimyo, Oda Nobuhide, as his second son. After his father died, in 1551, Nobunaga gained all of his father’s property. In 1549, Oda prevailed over the ruling family in the area. Growing up, Oda’s was a rebellious person, so not so many people liked him as much as his brother, who had great manners. Hirate Masahide, a mentor to Oda, committed ritual suicide due to Oda’s unruly behavior. After this significant loss, in Oda’s life, he ended up cleaning up his act.
In 1560, Oda entered the Battle of Okehazama, where his army was destined to lose, if it wasn’t for his creative military tactics. At the battle, his opponent Imagawa Yoshimoto,
Oda Nobunaga was a famous samurai who lived from 1534-1582, and was born in Owari Province, Japan. He started the unification of Japan, and increased his army’s firepower. Before his death, Oda managed to become the most feared warlord and ruler of one third of Japan. He later on was forced to commit suicide, by Akechi Mitsuhide (one of his generals), in Honno-ji in Kyoto.
Oda was the second son of a deputy shugo, Oda Nobuhide. He was known for his bizarre behavior and the way he acted out, thus…