Terumasa Ikeda's Camp
|address||Tarui Tarui-cho Gifu-ken Japan|
||0584-43-1111(town office c p|
JR Sekigahara Station (about 1400 meters to the southwest )
|nearby sta.||JR Sekigahara Sta.1400m||17 min on foot|
Sekigahara Interchange 6000m
||15 min by car|
Terumasa Ikeda served Hideyoshi Toyotomi and he became the lord of Mikawa-Yoshida Castle for his distinguished military service in the attack against Odawara Castle. Terumasa married one of Ieyasu’s daughters, and was given an important position as Ieyasu's son-in-law.
Terumasa joined the army to fight in the Aizu conquest and he captured Gifu Castle which was his castle. At the battle of Sekigahara, Terumasa Ikeda took up his position near the graves of Shunno and Anno.
|related military commander|
|number of soldiers||4,500 men|
|territory(before the battle)||Mikawayoshida 152,000koku(Aichi Pref.)|
|territory(after the battle)||
Harimahimeji 520,000koku(Hyogo Pref.)