Japanese battles
The following is a list of Japanese battles, organised by date.
Battle of Sekigahara
The Battle of Sekigahara (Shinjitai: 関ヶ原の戦い; Kyūjitai: 關ヶ原の戰い, Sekigahara no Tatakai) was a decisive battle on October 21, 1600 (Keichō 5, 15th day of the 9th month) which cleared the path to ...
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Hamgyong campaign
The Hamgyong Campaign also known as Kato Kiyomasa's Northern Campaign, is Kato Kiyomasa's invasion of the North-Eastern part of Korea, during the Japanese invasions of Korea (1592–1598), which occurr...
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Battle of Kōnodai (1564)
In the second battle of Kōnodai, fought in 1564, Hōjō Ujiyasu led his men to victory against Satomi Yoshihiro. Both Ujiyasu and Yoshihiro were the sons of the commanders at the first battle of Kōnodai...
Battle of Tonegawa
The Battle of Tonegawa was a battle during the final years of the Sengoku period (16th century) of Japan. During the year of 1571, the famed Uesugi Kenshin had advanced to the province of Kozuke and h...
Battle of Mikagehama
The Battle of Mikagehama took place in 1351 in Japan between Ashikaga Takauji and Ko Morona on one side and Ishido Yorifusa on the other. Ishido won.This article incorporates text from OpenHistory.
Battle of South Shanxi
The Battle of South Shanxi (simplified Chinese: 晋南会战; traditional Chinese: 晉南會戰; pinyin: Jìn Nán Huìzhàn), also known as the Battle of Jinnan and Zhongtiao Mountains Campaign (中条山战役) by th...
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Siege of Tanabe
The 1600 siege of Tanabe was one of a number of battles which took place in parallel to the more influential series of battles known as the Sekigahara Campaign which led to the unification of Japan un...
Siege of Takatenjin (1574)
The first siege of Takatenjin occurred in 1574, when it was attacked by the forces of Takeda Katsuyori. The garrison was commanded by Ogasawara Nagatada, who held the fortress for Tokugawa Ieyasu. Nag...
Battle of Tashihchiao
The Battle of Tashihchiao (大石橋の戦い, Taisekihashi no Tatakai) was a land engagement fought on 24–25 July 1904, during the Imperial Japanese Army's advance toward Liaoyang in first stage of the R...
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Chinchow Operation
The Jinzhou (Chinchow) Operation was an operation in 1931 during the Japanese invasion of Manchuria, which was a preliminary, contributing factor to the outbreak of the Second Sino-Japanese War in 193...
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Siege of Sanjō Palace
The Siege of the Sanjō Palace was the primary battle of the 1159 Heiji Rebellion. In early January 1160, after Taira no Kiyomori left Kyoto on a family pilgrimage, Fujiwara no Nobuyori and Minamoto no...
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Siege of Kunoe
The Siege of Kunoe was a certain battle during the Azuchi-Momoyama period (16th century) of Japan.The castle of Kunoe was defended by that of Kunoe Masazane, equipped with 5,000 troops. This rather mi...
Kōzuke-Musashi Campaign
The Kōzuke-Musashi campaign was a rapid and direct assault during the Japanese Genkō War by Nitta Yoshisada that led up to the Siege of Kamakura in 1333. It consisted of a number of battles over a br...
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Tanggu Truce
The Tanggu Truce, sometimes called the Tangku Truce (Japanese: 塘沽協定, Hepburn: Tanku kyōtei, simplified Chinese: 塘沽协定; traditional Chinese: 塘沽協定; pinyin: Tánggū Xiédìng), wa...
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Siege of Uchiyama
The 1546 siege of Uchiyama was simply one of many battles fought in Takeda Shingen's bid to gain control of Shinano Province. His troops surrounded the fortress and starved out the garrison.
Battle of Northern and Eastern Henan
During the Second Sino-Japanese War the Japanese 1st Army under Lt. General Kiyoshi Katsuki drove the Chinese forces of General Cheng Qian's 1st War Area out of Northern and Eastern Honan until they w...
Battle of Inō
The Battle of Inō was a battle fought during the Sengoku period (16th century) of Japan. The battle was fought between two forces of the Oda clan, the head of the clan Oda Nobunaga and his brother Oda...
Battle of Changsha (1939)
Battle of Changsha (September 17, 1939 – October 6, 1939) was the first attempt by Japan to take the city of Changsha, China, during the second Sino-Japanese War. It was the first major battle of the ...
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Siege of Kaganoi
The 1584 siege of Kaganoi was one of the final battles fought by Toyotomi Hideyoshi in his bid to gain the lands and power of Oda Nobunaga, who died two years earlier. Oda Nobukatsu was the most promi...
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Siege of Kanbara
The 1569 siege of Kanbara was one of many sieges undertaken by the Takeda clan against the territories of the Hōjō clan during Japan's Sengoku period. Takeda Katsuyori, the son of clan head Takeda Shi...
Marco Polo Bridge Incident
The Marco Polo Bridge Incident, also known as the Lugouqiao (Lugou Bridge) Incident (盧溝橋事變) or the July 7th Incident (七七事變), was a battle between the Republic of China's National Revolutionary Army an...
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Battle of Ishibashiyama
The Battle of Ishibashiyama (石橋山の戦い, Ishibashiyama no tatakai) was the first in which Minamoto Yoritomo, who was to become shogun less than a decade later, was commander of the Minamoto forces...
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Sieges of Toishi
The sieges of Toishi castle (砥石崩れ, Toishi kuzure, "Rout of Toishi") took place during Takeda Shingen's campaign to take over Shinano Province. His army, led by Sanada Yukitaka, began sieging ...
Actions in Inner Mongolia (1933-1936)
The Campaigns in Inner Mongolia from 1933-1936 were part of the ongoing invasion of northern China by the Empire of Japan prior to the official start of hostilities in the Second Sino-Japanese War. In...
Order of Battle, Battle of Nanchang
The Order of Battle for the Nanchang Campaign (Mid Feb. - Early May 1939)
11th Army - Gen. Yasuji Okamura [1,2]Naval:T Operation Fleet - Rear Admiral Keijiro Goga [6]Naval Airforce: Army Airforce:...
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Battle of Kanagawa
The battle of Kanagawa took place during the Sengoku period (16th century) of Japanese history.Following the sudden death of Oda Nobunaga, the Hōjō family soon took the advantage of the situation to ...
Battle of Nagaragawa
The Battle of Nagara-gawa (長良川の戦い, Nagara-gawa no tatakai) was a battle that took place along the banks of the Nagara River in Mino Province in April 1556. The site of the battle is in present...
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Siege of Uozu
The 1582 Siege of Uozu Castle (魚津城の戦い, Uozu-jō no tatakai) was part of a border dispute between two daimyō of Japan's Sengoku period. The territories of Oda Nobunaga and the Uesugi clan, led b...