Offspring of Oda Nobunaga and Kitsuno (1538-1566)
Name Birth Death Joined with
Oda Nobutada (1557-1582) 1557 Japan 21 June 1582 Japan Matsuhime (?-?)

Oda Nobukatsu (1558-1630) 1558 Japan 10 June 1630 Japan
Oda Nobutaka (1558-1583)
Tokuhime (1559-1636)
Fuyuhime (1561-1641)
Hashiba Hidekatsu (1567-1585)
Oda Katsunaga (?-1582)
Oda Nobuhide (1571-1596)
Eihime (1574-1623)
Oda Nobutaka (1576-1602)
Oda Nobuyoshi (1573-1615)
Oda Nobusada (1574-1624)
Oda Nobuyoshi (?-1609)
Oda Nagatsugu (?-1600)
Hideko (?-1632)
Sannomarudono (?-1603)
Oda Nobumasa (1554-1647)

Footnotes (including sources)

Oda Nobunaga (June 23, 1534 – June 21, 1582) was the initiator of the unification of Japan under the rule of the Shogun in the late Sixteenth Century, a rule that ended only with the opening of Japan to the Western world in 1868. He was also a major Daimyo during the Sengoku period of Japanese history. His opus was continued, completed and finalized by his successors Toyotomi Hideyoshi and Tokugawa Ieyasu. He was the second son of Oda Nobuhide, a deputy shugo (military governor) with land holdings in Owari Province. Nobunaga lived a life of continuous military conquest, eventually conquering a third of Japanese daimyo before his death in 1582. His successor, Toyotomi Hideyoshi, a loyal Oda supporter, would eventually become the first man to conquer all of Japan and the first ruler of all Japan since the Ōnin War.

father Oda Nobuhide
mother Tsuchida Gozen


Nobunaga married Nōhime, the daughter of Saitō Dōsan, as a matter of political strategy;[1] however, she bore him no children and was considered to be barren. It was his concubines Kitsuno and Lady Saka who bore him his children. It was Kitsuno who gave birth to Nobunaga's eldest son, Nobutada. Nobutada's son, Oda Hidenobu, became ruler of the Oda clan after the deaths of Nobunaga and Nobutada.

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