Battle of Sekigahara 1600 – Sengoku Jidai DOCUMENTARY

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In the second half of the XV century, Japan entered a long period of crisis called the Sengoku Jidai or the Age of the Warring States. Ashikaga Shogunate lost its authority and the clan leaders – daimyos divided the islands into 400 small feudal holdings. Three military leaders – Oda Nobunaga, Toyotomi Hideyoshi and Tokugawa Ieyasu started their struggle to consolidate Japan in the XVI century and it all culminated at the battle of Sekigahara fought in 1600 between alliances led by Tokugawa Ieyasu and Ishida Mitsunari. The battle decided the next 250 years of the Japanese history

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Kings and Generals says:

Envoys with the samurai swords. What else do you need in life?

Cameron Farrow says:

What sanada yukhimura and his older brotherlord nobuyuki

Evan Or rome says:

I can't wait for you guys to do Admiral Yi

Hussam Ziad says:

Who else knows all these from Samurai Warriors? 😀

John Pierce says:

Another great video!!! So glad I found this channel!!! Keep it up

Schatten Faust says:

Samurais always talking about honour and shit always backstabbing eachother at the end:))

Internet Freaks says:


Syed Meraj Fatima says:

Please make more videos on Japanese history

Sitiusz says:

Thx for the great video. However, there are some points may lead confusion: Nobunaga never conquered the whole Honshu or made the rest as client states, his generals were in their own battlefield under Nobunaga's command, so that Mitsuhide could find the gap and destroyed Nobunaga, but the map in the video is painted all purple; Hideyoshi was a general of Nobunaga, not his ally as mentioned in the video, this is a mistake which may confuse people. Please check them.

Who Says The Peace says:

Daimyo's is not brave .The True Brave man is Ashigarus. For the strength of the Ashigarus.

Hotdog Monkey says:

i said make more onnnnnnnnnnnnnn!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! japan

Extra Rice says:

nice vid style luv it

Hotdog Monkey says:

i like this video. it has interesting strategy

Joao Silva says:

Portugal olé

Erwin says:

"Don't Mess with Shimazu!"

Shoutout to Drifters

Reivelt says:

i like how you use various sources for the picture depicting various generals

Jacob Soltero says:


Justin John Tanada says:

Impressed with the shogun2 soundtrack! 🙂

Dfathurr says:

nagashino please

BuyouShounen says:

This video was very good, but I noticed a lot of the areas shown as being held by certain rulers, particularly Nobunaga and Ieyasu were not accurate. Nobunaga didn't capture Echizen until the fall of the Asakura clan in 1573, for example, and Suruga province was not captured by Nobunaga and his allies until the fall of the Takeda in 1582. Tokugawa Ieyasu's domain was also moved to to the former lands of the Hojo clan after their defeat by Hideyoshi, and the Uesugi were moved out of their previous home province of Echigo into the Tohoku region around the same time.

Marco81blues says:

Watching this and hearing the same song as in Total War, brings back memories lol

Ivanovich Rimsky-Korsakov says:

"we will probably" ,,,please;;; do it

bitchboi carlos says:

ah yes, good old samurai honor

Bryan Johanes Rengkung says:

Please continue the Sengoku Jidai series. I am looking forward to watching the other battles and sieges such as Komaki-Nagakute, Honnoji incident, Kawanakajima, etc.

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