Masatane Hara


Masatane Hara


Mon hara.jpg Masatane Hara
Hara Masatane.jpg
Naissance 1531
Décès 1575 (à 44 ans)
Bataille de Nagashino 1575
Mort au combat
Origine Japon
Allégeance Takeda mon.svg Clan Takeda
Conflits Sengoku
Faits d'armes Bataille de Mimasetoge 1569,
Bataille de Nagashino 1575
Famille Clan Hara


Masatane Hara (原 昌胤, Hara Masatane?), né en 1531 et mort en 1575, était l'un des 24 généraux de Shingen Takeda, le fils de Masatoshi Hara et un parent éloigné de Toratane Hara.

Il était un commandant remarquable et a notamment participé à la bataille de Mimasetoge (1569), et a été tué au premier rang du combat pendant la bataille de Nagashino en 1575.

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