Siege of Kashiwaba (1598)

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Siege of Kashiwaba
Part of Late Sengoku Period
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Illustration of The Burning of Kashiwaba Castle
Date January - April 1598
Location Kashiwaba Castle, Kashiwaba, Nakahara
Result Yokoyama deceive win, Takahashi Tomohiko forces devastation
Belligerents
Oda Kamon.svgYokoyama Clan Toyotomi mon.pngTakahashi clan
Commanders and leaders
Yokoyama Misuzu
Sasazaki Tomohito
Yokozawa Sayaka
Sakamatsu Atsuya
Aramaki Mai
Takahashi Tomohiko
Iseya Masazumi
Kishimoto Masazumi
Nishimura Goro
Strength
64,000 55,000
Casualties and losses
Minimal Thousands killed

The Siege of Kashiwaba (柏葉の役 Kashiwaba no Eki?, or, more commonly, 柏葉の陣 Kashiwaba no Jin) was a series of battles undertaken by the Yokoyama Clan against the Takahashi Tomohiko's section of Takahashi clan, and ending in that clan's destruction.

Prequel Events

Battle

First Wave

Second Wave

Final Blow

Aftermath