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The specific time period of the Sengoku Jidai in Samurai Warriors is a popular basis or inspiration for many films, novels, anime, and games.

AdaptionsEdit

FilmsEdit

TV series and programsEdit

  • Mori Ranmaru (1955)
  • Kurenai no Kao Wakamusha ~ Oda Nobunaga (1955)
  • Teiki wa Honnoji ni ari (1960, 2007)
  • Sho ~ Shinobu no Michi (1963)
  • Sengoku Taitouryou (1963)
  • Ōoku (1963, 1983, 2003~2005); 2006 film
  • Sore kara no Musashi (1964, 1981, 1996)
  • Nyonin Musashi (1965)
  • Sanada Yukimura (1966)
  • Daimajin (1966, 1970, 1990, 2000, 2010)
  • Kamen no Ninja Akage (1967)
  • Tokugawa Hidetada no Tsuma (1969)
  • Osakajo no Onna (1970)
  • Shishoukai Taikouki (1973)
  • Kamen Rider X - Goemon appears in this series (1974)
  • NHK Ningenkyo ~ Sanada Juyushi (1975~1977)
  • Shogun - features characters based on Mitsunari and Garasha
  • Shogun's Samurai (1978); original title: Yagyuichizoku no Inbou
  • Shadow Warriors
  • Fujin no Mon (1980)
  • Sekigahara (1981)
  • Sengoku no Onnatachi (1982)
  • Fuun Yagyu Bugencho (1985)
  • Fuun Edojyo Douto no Shogun Tokugawa Iemitsu (1987)
  • Fuun! Sanada Yukimura (1989)
  • Sen no Rikyu ~ Haru wo Matsu Yukimagusa no Gotoku (1990)
  • Saito Dosan (1991)
  • Mori Ranmaru ~ Sengoku wo Kakemuketa Wakajishi (1993)
  • Tokugawa Bugecho ~ Yagyu no Sandai no Ken (1993)
  • Oda Nobunaga (1994; TV Tokyo World Drama)
  • Rival Nihonshi (1994~1996)
  • Ninja Sentai Kakuranger (1994~1995)
  • Nihon no Rekishi (1995)
  • Toyotomi Hideyoshi ~ Tenka wo Toru! (1995; TV Tokyo World Drama)
  • Kagemusha Oda Nobunaga (1996)
  • Kagemusha Ieyasu
  • Kagahyakumango Monogatari ~ Haha to Ko no Sengoku Survival (1999)
  • Hero's HERO 〜Gackt ga Hanasuru Eiyudensetsu (August 7, 2002)
  • Nobunaga - variety show since 2002
  • Taikouki ~ Saru to Yobareta Otoko (2003)
  • Empires: Japan: Memoirs of a Secret Empire - focuses on Ieyasu's life and rise to power (May 26, 2004)
  • Otomo Sourin ~ Kokoro no Oukoku wo Motomete (2004)
  • Immortal Admiral Yi Sun-shin (2004)
  • Kunitori Monogatari (2005; TV Tokyo World Drama)
  • G.I. Samurai ~ Sekigahara no Tatakai (2006)
  • Nobunaga no Hiki (2006)
  • Tenka wo Souran ~ Tokugawa Sandai no Inpon (2006)
  • Taikouki ~ Tenka wo Touru Otoko: Toyotomi Hideyoshi (2006)
  • Izumo no Okuni (2006)
  • Heroes (2006~present; mainly for a few select episodes in the second season)
  • NOVA: Secrets of the Samurai Sword (October 9, 2007)
  • Akechi Mitsuhide ~ Kami ni Aisarenakata Otoko (2007)
  • Kidaban Rider Emaki ~ Kamen Rider Tenou Gekitotsu! Tenou versus Nobunaga (2007~2008)
  • Heroes and Villains - The Shogun episode focuses on the battle of Sekigahara; known as the Warriors series in America (2007~2008)
  • Yume wo Kanaeru zo (2008)
  • Tokugawa Ieyasu Fuunroku (2008)
  • Nene: Onna Taikōki (2009)
  • Samurai High School (2009)
  • Rekishi Hiwa Historia (2009~2010) - for a few select episodes in the series
  • Sengoku Nabe TV ~Nantonaku Rekishi ga Manaberu Eizou (2010) - example parody, live stage event
  • Sengoku Shippuden Futari no Gunshi Hideyoshi ni Tenka o Toraseta Otoko-tachi (2011)
  • Sengoku★Danshi - contemporary setting with names and themes from this time period (2011)
  • Tsukahara Bokuden (2011)
  • Kamen Rider Gaim (2013-2014) - The "Armored Riders"/Sengoku Riders and the Movie War story plot
  • Konishi Yukinaga drama - currently in production

NHK Taiga Dramas /TBS Taiga DramasEdit

  • Taikouki (1965)
  • Ten to Chi to (1969)
  • Momi no Ki wa Kouta (1970)
  • Haru no Saku Michi (1971)
  • Kunitori Monogatari (1973)
  • Ougon no Hibi (1978)
  • Onna Taikouki (1981)
  • Tokugawa Ieyasu (1983; NHK Taiga drama)
  • Miyamoto Musashi (1984)
  • Sanada Taiheki (1985)
  • Onna Fūrin Kazan (1986)
  • Dokuganryu Masamune (1987)
  • Tokugawa Ieyasu (1988)
  • Takeda Shingen (1988; NHK Taiga drama)
  • Oda Nobunaga (1989)
  • Kasuga no Tsubone (1989)
  • Takeda Shingen (1991)
  • Nobunaga ~ King of Zipang (1992)
  • Ryukyu no Kaze ~ Dragon Spirit (1993)
  • Tenka wo Touru Otoko: Toyotomi Hideyoshi (1993)
  • Ai to Kibou no Dokuganryu: Date Masamune (1995)
  • Hideyoshi (1996)
  • Mori Motonari (1997)
  • Oda Nobunaga ~ Tenka wo Totta Baka (1998)
  • Aoi ~ Tokugawa Sandai (2000)
  • Toshiie to Matsu ~ Kagahyakumango Monogatari (2002)
  • MUSASHI (2003)
  • Komyou ga Tsuji (2006)
  • Fūrin Kazan (2007)
  • Tenchijin (2009)
  • Gō ~Himetachi no Sengoku (2011)
  • Gunshi Kanbei (2014)
  • Hinomotoichi no Tsuwamono ~Sanada Yukimura Kou~ (plausible?) - one of the proposed ideas for a NHK Taiga drama adaption; news report regarding a supporting petition with 13,000 signatures; another news report for drama adaption; Rokumonsen is a similarly themed drama proposal -except it wants to cover three generations of the Sanada family- with a "what if?" target approval of 666,666 signatures.
  • Meikun ~Hoshina Masayuki Kou~ (plausible?) - one of the proposed ideas for a NHK Taiga drama adaption; news report regarding a supporting petition with 425,378 signatures

Animated ShowsEdit

TheatreEdit

CDs / SongsEdit

GamesEdit

BooksEdit

  • "The Political Posture of Oda Nobunaga" Japan Before Tokugawa Political Consolidation and Economic Growth, 1500 to 1650
  • Warlords, Artists, and Commoners in the Sixteenth Century Japan
  • The Maker of Modern Japan: The Life of Tokugawa Ieyasu
  • The Naval Campaign in the Korean War of Hideyoshi
  • Japanese Expansion on the Asiatic Continent
  • A History of Japan 1334-1615
  • 101 Letters of Hideyoshi
  • The Influence of the Sea on the Political History of Japan
  • Korean Impact on Japanese Culture: Japan's Hidden History
  • Secrets of the Samurai
  • Lives of Master Swordsmen
  • Tanegashima: The Arrival of Europe in Japan
  • Weapons and Fighting Techniques of the Samurai Warrior 1200-1877 AD
  • Hideyoshi
  • The Culture of Civil War in Kyoto
  • Hagakure
  • The Life-Giving Sword
  • A Journey to the World of Ninja and Kengo - A Guide to the Kansai Area
  • The Samurai Sourcebook
  • Samurai: The Warrior Tradition
  • Samurai Warfare
  • Samurai Invasion - Japan's Korean War 1592 -1598
  • The Samurai: A Military History
  • The Book of the Samurai, the Warrior Class of Japan
  • The Samurai
  • Japonius Tyrannus
  • Warriors of Japan as Portrayed in the War Tales
  • The Nobility of Failure: Tragic Heroes of History of Japan
  • Book of Five Rings
  • Musashi's Book of Five Rings: The Definitive Interpretation of Miyamoto Musashi's Classic Book of Strategy
  • The Book of Five Rings for Executives: Musashi's Classic Book of Competitive Tactics
  • Samurai Strategies: 42 Martial Secrets from Musashi's Book of Five Rings
  • A BOOK OF FIVE RINGS: A Practical Guide to Strategy by Miyamoto Musashi
  • Martial Artist's Book of Five Rings
  • The Book of the Five Rings: The Art of Armed Combat in the Period of the Samurai
  • Miyamoto Musashi's "The Book of Five Rings": A Modern-day Interpretation of a Military Classic (Infinite Success Series)
  • Way to Victory : Miyamoto Musashi's Book Of Five Rings
  • A Book of Five Rings: The Classic Text of Principles, Craft, Skill and Samurai Strategy that Changed the American Way of Doing Business
  • The Unfettered Mind
  • The Samurai Capture a King - Okinawa 1609
  • The Lone Samurai: The Life of Miyamoto Musashi
  • Famous Japanese Swordsmen: The Warring States Period
  • Famous Japanese Swordsmen: The Period of Unification
  • Oda Nobunaga: The Battle of Okehazama
  • Osprey Publishing - a book publisher specializing in military history. The following listed below focus on events that take place in this era, famous individuals and groups, architecture and other important military advancements.
    • Samurai Armies 1467-1649
    • Samurai Armies 1550-1615
    • Samurai - The World of the Warrior
    • Osaka 1615
    • Sekigahara 1600
    • The Samurai Invasion of Korea 1592-98
    • Nagashino 1575
    • Kawanakajima 1553-64
    • Samurai Commanders (2)
    • Samurai Commanders (1)
    • Samurai Heraldry
    • Japanese Warrior Monks AD 949-1603
    • Ninja AD 1460-1650
    • Ashigaru 1467-1649
    • Samurai 1550-1600
    • Hatamoto: Samurai Horse and Foot Guards 1540-1724
    • Samurai Women 1184-1877
    • Japanese Castles AD 250-1540
    • Japanese Castles 1540-1640
    • Japanese Castles in Korea 1592-98
    • Japanese Fortified Temples and Monasteries AD 710-1602
    • Strongholds of the Samurai: Japanese Castles 250-1877
    • Fighting Ships of the Far East (2)
    • Siege Weapons of the Far East (2)
    • Katana - The Sword of the Samurai: 950-1877
    • War in Japan 1467-1615
    • The Samurai and the Sacred
    • The Samurai
    • Toyotomi Hideyoshi
  • Nobunaga to Juujika
  • Nobunaga no Sensoo
  • Sengoku Zenshi
  • Imagawa Yoshimoto no Subete
  • Imagawa Yoshimoto
  • Shinchoo-Koo ki
  • Oda Nobunaga Soogyoo Jiten
  • Oda Nobunaga Jiten
  • Nobunaga no Nazo
  • Rekishi no Documento: Okehazama no Tatakai
  • Fuunji Nobunaga to Hiun no Onnatachi
  • Oda Nobunaga to Azuchijo
  • Nobunaga wa honto ni tensai no ka?
  • Nobunaga to Kieta Kashintachi
  • Nobunaga no Shineitai
  • Nagashino Shitaragahara no tatakai
  • Sengoku 10 Dai Kassen no Nazo
  • Ikko-ikki no Kenkyu
  • Ireasuto Saigen: Takeda Shingen, Sono Gundan to Tatakai
  • Koyo Gunkan
  • Kawanakajima no Tatakai
  • Oda Nobunaga no Subete
  • Sengoku Gassen Gaido
  • Senryaku, Senjutsu, Heiki: Nihon Sengoku Hen
  • Boryaku! Sekigahara kara Osaka no Jin e
  • Nihon Shi Tanbo: Sekigahara to Osaka no Jin
  • Gakken Rekishi Gunzo series
    • Shingen Takeda
    • Furin Kazan
    • Sanada Gunki
    • Kenshin Uesugi
    • Oda Nobunaga
    • Tokugawa Ieyasu
    • Sanada Yukimura to Osaka no Jin
    • Sanada San Dai
    • Nagashino no Tatakai
    • Sekigahara no Tatakai
  • Sengoku Helm - visual fanbook based on 40 figures from the Sengoku Jidai period with 24 different illustrators; includes brief bios next to illustrations; alternate link with different images and page layout samples
  • Shuukan Manga Nihonshi - for a selection of figures; official site
  • Reiki Dama - magazine release focusing on historical based games and other media
  • Sengoku Otoko!
  • Moe Moe Ikusa Otome Jiten - visual fanbook filled with various women, includes some figures from this time period
  • Himegimi no Sengokushi
  • Sengoku Princesses ~Moeru Ransei no Onnatachi~
  • Kyoukashou yori Yashashii Nihionshi - overview of Japan's history but has some notable mentions from this time period; filled with illustrations from Production IG's animators.

NovelsEdit

ComicsEdit

  • Elektra - in particular The Hand mini-series
  • Shi - the Ju-Nen mini-series has mentions of Nobunaga
  • Usagi Yojimibo - main character is roughly based on Musashi

MangaEdit

MiscEdit

External linksEdit

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