Takeda, Shingen
   = Takeda, Harunobu
(1521-1573).
   A general of the sengoku ('warring states') period, arch-rival of Uesugi, Kenshin. He is enshrined at the Takeda jinja, Yamanashi. For his festival and Uesugi's see under Uesugi Matsuri.

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