武田信廉 Takeda Nobukado  生年不詳-1582

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果敢なる甲斐の勇将・信玄、信繁を同腹の兄に持つもただひとり性格を異にし芸才に秀でた男−信廉。
戦場経験のなかった信廉は、ある日信玄の影武者となりやがて悲劇敵とも言うべき結末を迎えることになった
天正10(1582)年3月、甲斐へ進攻してきた織田信忠を総大将とする
織田軍に捕らえられて織田の本陣の善光寺で処刑された。




Nobukado was a younger brother of Takeda Shingen. While not known as a great captain, he was an avid painter (examples of his work survive to the present day, including a portrait of his mother) and a man of learning in general. He also acted as his brother's double from time to time. After Shingen's death, he served as an advisor to Katsuyori and fought at Nagashino (1575). He held Takato Castle in Shinano until his nephew (and in fact son-in-law) Nishina Morinobu came of age and took over the position. When Oda Nobunaga invaded the Takeda lands in 1582, Nobukado attempted to flee but was captured and beheaded by Oda troops at the Zenkoji in Shinano province.



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