|Battle of Osaka Bay|
|Oda army||Honganji army|
|Nobunaga Oda||Shigehide Suzuki|
|Hideyoshi Toyotomi |
| Terumoto Mouri |
Before the BattleEdit
This is one of the battles of the Ishiyama Honganji war.
Nobunaga Oda was greatly outnumbered so he ordered his men to defend than they will attack once there reinforcments arrive. In the meantime, the rebels attack relentlessly with Shigehide's instructions and succeed in significantly lowering the morale of the Oda army. Once the boats of the Oda led by Mitsuhide Akechi arrive, the tides of the battle turn and the Ikko rebels begin to lose their momentum.
After the Oda successfully defend Osaka Bay Nobunaga attacks Shigehide's home at Kii.
Facts vs FictionEdit
- Shigehide never attacked the Oda at Osaka Bay.
- This battle is fiction.
- This battle is similar to the historic battle of Kizugawaguchi.