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Sanada Taiheiki

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Sanada Taiheiki
Sanada Taihieki.jpg
Also known as真田太平記
GenreJidaigeki
Starring
Theme music composerHikaru Hayashi 
Country of originJapan
Original language(s)Japanese
No. of episodes45
Production
Running time45 minutes (per episode)
Production company(s)NHK
Release
Original networkNHK
Picture formatFilm
Original releaseApril 1985 –
March 1986

Sanada Taiheiki (真田太平記) is a Japanese television jidaigeki or period drama that was broadcast on NHK in 1985–1986. It is based on Shōtarō Ikenami's novel by the same title.[1] The drama focuses on the history of the Sanada clan during the late Sengoku period.[2]

Plot

Iwabitsu mountain(Iwabitsu Castle)
Iwabitsu mountain(Iwabitsu Castle)

In 1582, Oda and Tokugawa allied forces started an invasion of Takeda`s Kai Province. so Takeda clan was in danger of extinction. Sanada Masayuki advised Takeda Katsuyori to abandon Kai Province and flee towards Masayuki`s Iwabitsu Castle. Katsuyori accepted his suggestion once but he changed his mind and tried to flee towards Oyamada Nobushige`s Iwadonoyama Castle but was betrayed by Oyamada Nobushige and killed himself at Tenmokuzan. Lost the lord, the Sanada clan unexpectedly became a small daimyo. The Sanada clan seeks the way to survive...[2]

Cast

Sanada Clan

Uesugi Clan

Tokugawa Clan

Toyotomi Clan

Takeda Clan

Later Hōjō clan

Maeda Clan

The Eastern Army

The Western Army

References

  1. ^ "sanada Taiheiki". Jidaigeki.com. Retrieved June 3, 2017.
  2. ^ a b "三谷『真田丸』に隠された池波原作『真田太平記』へのオマージュ7選!". Aera. Retrieved November 3, 2018.

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