原 昌胤 Hara Masatane  1531-1575

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父昌俊は信虎・信玄二代仕えた陣馬奉行である。天分18(1549)年、嫡男の 昌胤が職制を継ぎ、昌俊は隠居した。陣馬奉行の役柄は布陣、戦場のあと片づけ兵糧の確保など一歩先んじて城攻め、合戦の現地を調査する裏方の任務だがそれだけに危険な作業であった 天正3(1575)年5月21日、設楽ケ原で戦死。45歳



Hara Masatane (原昌胤, Hara Masatane? 1531 - June 29, 1575) was a senior retainer of the Takeda clan
Masatane was related partially by blood to his fellow Takeda general, Hara Toratane, but belonged to a separate family branches, though the two still treated one another as brothers. As Masatane was highly reputed for being one of Takeda Shingen's Twenty-Four Generals, he supported the Toratane throughout many various campaigns and battles over the years, including the fourth Battle of Kawanakajima in 1561, in which he and Takeda Nobukado acted as the left wing of Shingen's Woodpecker formation. Going on to support the Takeda during the Battle of Mimasetoge in 1569, Masatane earned additional repute and regard as being one of Shingen's Twenty-Four Generals. Masatane was killed during the Battle of Nagashino in 1575, possibly by means of initially being a commanding officer of the Takeda's elite cavalry unit, in which he was torn apart by the unparalleled potential of Oda Nobunaga's newly acquired arqubusiers.


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