Battle ornament honno-ji no hen
|About raw materials||Material:wood-Styrofoam-paper-cotton polyester
Country of Origin: Japan
|About products||It is carefully handcrafted one by one using colorful Japanese paper.
Famous battle and Sengoku warlords have become the motif.
Oda Nobunaga, who was a warlord in the Azuchi-Momoyama period, was forced to commit suicide during his departure from Chugoku (Chugoku region of Japan)in Kyoto to the rebellion of Mitsuhide Akechi, who was a senior vassal of"honno・ji"(honno-ji Temple).The 49-year-old was in the midst of a whirlwind romance.
Nobunaga Oda defeated his enemy, Takeda, in 1582/3, and he was one step closer to becoming the ruler of Japan.Nobunaga Oda stayed at 'honno-ji Temple' in Kyoto to rescue his vassal, Hideyoshi Hashiba, who had been fighting with the Mori clan in Bicchu (present Southern Okayama prefecture), and later Hideyoshi Toyotomi.
On the other hand, Mitsuhide Akechi was also ordered to leave China.As the saying goes, he did not send his troops to the West(in the direction of China), which numbered as many as 1 million, but instead turned to the East(Kyoto)and stormed"honno-ji"(honno-ji).
Oda Nobunaga had only a few dozen soldiers in his army against Mitsuhide Akechi,and Oda Nobunaga chose the option of killing himself.
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