Nakahara Boshin War

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Boshin War
戊辰戦争
(1863–1865)
Battle of Ueno 4 July 1868.jpg
Battle of Kashiwagi, nearby Shizuku in Musashi Province.
Date 9 January 1863 – 10 February 1865
Location Nakahara
Result
  • Imperial victory
  • End of Miyawaki Shogunate
  • Nakamura restoration started
Belligerents
Imperial Power

Nakahara Imperial.svg Imperial Court

Tozama:

Other Tozama daimyo:

Shogunate

Tokugawa family crest.svg Miyawaki shogunate
Azai shi.PNG Akashima Domain
Tokikikyo.svg Kawabe Domain
Musubi-kashiwa.svg Itami Domain
Marunikennkatabami.jpg Kashiwaba Domain
Sakai Kamon.svg Miyazaku Domain
Oda Kamon.svg Oshima Domain Defected:

Commanders and leaders
Imperial

Emperor:
Nakahara Imperial.svgFlag of Nakahara.svg Nakamura
Army:

Shogunate

Shogun:
Tokugawa family crest.svg Miyawaki Masaki
Commander:
Tokugawa family crest.svg Kobayashi Sadaharu
Azai shi.PNG Suzumoto Katsuyuki
Azai shi.PNG Yamaguchi Kokushi
Tokikikyo.svg Shinozaki Zaion
Tokikikyo.svg Sakata Tetsuhiko
Musubi-kashiwa.svg Machida Hirokumi
Marunikennkatabami.jpg Maekawa Yoshimi
Sakai Kamon.svg Kuramochi Chizuru
Sakai Kamon.svg Nagano Takafumi
Oda Kamon.svg Yokozawa Haruka

Casualties and losses
9,000 killed and more than 7,000 wounded

The Boshin War (戊辰戦争 Boshin Sensō?, "War of the Year of the Yang Earth Dragon"), sometimes known as the Nakahara Revolution, was a civil war in Northern Court which later called Empire of Nakahara, fought from 1863 to 1865 between forces of the ruling Miyawaki shogunate and those seeking to return political power to the restoration of Imperial power under the newly rised Emperor Nakamura.

Conflict initially started since the plan to ending the Sakoku by Imperial Court which allow foreigner to enter Northern Court aside from the designated port town.

Background

Initial Conflict

Surrender of Shizuku

Coalitions Resistances

Suzumoto Eastern Alliance

Kashiwadaira Coalition

Fall of Kawabe

Nankai Campaign

Battle of Ishikari

Aftermath