穴山梅雪 Anayama-Baisetsu  1541-1582

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 血を分けた叔父として、信玄を仰いだ梅雪は、親類衆の筆頭格を誇っていたという。軍団の鉄砲隊を率い、戦巧者として近隣諸国にその名を 知られていた彼に人生の転機が訪れたのは信玄が病没した時であった。 徳川家に降伏したが本能寺の変後、野盗の襲撃を受け討ち死に。42歳



Anayama Nobukimi also known as Baisetsu Nobukimi, was a nephew of Takeda Shingen, and one of his Twenty-Four Generals.

He fought for his uncle at the Battle of Kawanakajima (1561), the Battle of Mikatagahara (1572), and the Battle of Nagashino before defecting to the service of Tokugawa Ieyasu, aiding him in his campaign against Takeda Katsuyori. He was rewarded by Tokugawa for his service, with a fief in Kai Province, but he was killed by Takeda sympathizers soon afterwards.
He was given a castle and land in Suruga province after it was taken in 1569, and remained there for a decade. He maintained an important place in the Takeda hierarchy under Takeda Katsuyori, and led a large body of troops at the Battle of Nagashino in 1575. He appears to have had some falling out with Katsuyori, and this may have influenced his decision to betray the Takeda clan and join Tokugawa Ieyasu even before the issue was decided. His change of allegiance was fleeting, however. Just a few months later, he accompanied Tokugawa to the capital region and was forced to flee when Akechi Mitsuhide rebelled. He took a different route home than Ieyasu and the others, and was killed. One legend has it that vengeful Takeda men had committed the murder after tracking him for weeks.

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