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Bitchu Province at AllExperts (206 words)
Bitchu (備中国 -no kuni) was an old province of Japan on the Inland Sea side of western Honshu, in what is today western Okayama Prefecture.
Bitchu bordered on Hoki, Mimasaka, Bizen, and Bingo provinces.
By the Sengoku period, other clans fought over Bitchu, and Oda Nobunaga and Mori Terumoto were fighting in the province when Oda died, leading to a division of the province.
Shimizu Muneharu - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (302 words)
He was a retainer of the Mori clan and the lord of the Bitchu Takamatsu Castle.
The Shimizu clan was a retainer of one of the powerful clans in Bitchu Province.
Muneharu became the lord of the Bitchu Takamatsu Castle after he captured it in 1565.
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