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  Takeda Shingen - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
After Imagawa Yoshimoto (a former ally of the Takeda) was killed by Oda Nobunaga, Shingen made a move against the weak Imagawa under the incompetent leadership of Yoshimoto's son, Imagawa Ujizane.
The future of all of Japan was now in the balance, as Takeda Shingen, at 49 years of age, was the one daimyo with the power, position, and skill necessary to stop Oda Nobunaga's headlong rush to ruling the land of Japan.
Takeda Shingen appears in the epic film Heaven and Earth (not to be confused with Oliver Stone's Vietnam war drama), seen from Uesugi Kenshin's point of view.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Takeda_Shingen   (2046 words)

 Encyclopedia: Takeda Shingen
Takeda Shingen (武田 信玄 Takeda Shingen) (December 1, 1521 – May 13, 1573) of Shinano and Kai Provinces, was a preeminent daimyo who fought for control of Japan during that country's Sengoku or "warring states" period.
Takeda Nobutora (武田信虎)(1493-1573) was a Japanese feudal lord (daimyo) who controlled the Province of Kai, and fought in a number of battles of the Sengoku period.
Takeda Katsuyori (武田勝頼: 1546 – 1582) was the son of Takeda Shingen and father of Takeda Nobukatsu and Takeda Katsuchika.
www.nationmaster.com /encyclopedia/Takeda-Shingen   (2955 words)

 Takeda Shingen
Takeda Shingen was the eldest son of the aggressive warlord Takeda Nobutora (1493-1573).
In June and October 1553 The Takeda and Uesugi armies clashed near the Kawanakajima plain in northern Shinano, and while the two sides withdrew after a few rounds of inconclusive skirmishing, a legend was born.
In total, the Takeda and Uesugi would face each other at the Kawanakajima five times (1554, 1555, 1557, 1561, 1564) and while not exactly the nearly annual staring matches as they are sometimes portrayed, only the 4th (1561) resulted in an all-out contest.
www.samurai-archives.com /shingen.html   (3006 words)

 Takeda - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Takeda Shingen, one of the most famous daimyō in Japanese history.
Takeda family, the family of Takeda Shingen, and a relatively important and powerful one therefore, in Japan's Sengoku period.
Takeda is a PC video game based on the life of Takeda Shingen, developed by Magitech Corporation.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Takeda   (120 words)

 Takeda Katsuyori
Takeda Katsuyori was a younger son of Takeda Shingen and prior to Shingen's death, the head of the Suwa Clan.
Furthermore, 38,000 to the Takeda's 14,000 or so were long odds for the latter, made longer still by the need to mask Nagashino castle with 2,000 of those men, leaving hardly 12,000 for the actual attack.
Thus, on 28 June 1575, Takeda Katsuyori ordered the Takeda army to attack the Oda and Tokugawa positions, which were now strengthened by the inclusion of wooden palisades (virtual proof Nobunaga and Ieyasu had counted on Katsuyori's aggressiveness getting the better of him).
www.samurai-archives.com /katsuyori.html   (1135 words)

 Strategy Gaming Online - Reviews: Takeda
Takeda is a battlefield game, which takes as its overarching setting and theme the life of Takeda Shingen (the “Tiger of Kai”), an upstart lord of the province of Kai and the Takeda clan.
Takeda is 2d sprites, Shogun 3d; Takeda has a narrow, focused system built around the linear presentation of Takeda Shingen’s historical battles.
Takeda and Shogun share a focus on individual generals, with the troops they command essentially removed from the army commanders’ control: in Takeda you control hundreds of soldiers, Shogun thousands.
www.strategy-gaming.com /reviews/takeda   (1650 words)

 Takeda Chemical Industries and Beth Israel Deaconess announce research agreement
Takeda Chemical Industries, an industry leader in the development of diabetes therapies, is Japan's largest pharmaceutical firm and one of the 15 largest pharmaceutical companies worldwide.
BIDMC and Takeda researchers will collaborate on a number of specific projects designed to elucidate the biological mechanisms of diabetes and obesity, with the overall goal of discovering novel proteins and new drug targets implicated in these life-threatening diseases.
Takeda is a research-based global company with its main focus on pharmaceuticals.
www.eurekalert.org /pub_releases/2003-01/bidm-tci011003.php   (606 words)

 Takeda Shingen   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Takeda Shingen (武田 信玄) (1521 - 1573) of the Shinano and Kai provinces, was one of the preeminent daimyos who fought for control of Japan during that country's Sengoku or "warring states" period.
At Mitaka, Takeda Shingen easily defeated the combined armies of Oda Nobunaga and Tokugawa Ieyasu; but he could not defeat old age.
After Shingen died in 1573 (due to an illness that resulted from a musket ball wound), Ieyasu seized the opportunity and defeated his son Takeda Katsuyori in Tenmokuzan.
www.fact-index.com /t/ta/takeda_shingen.html   (179 words)

 Morihei Ueshiba & Sokaku Takeda
The question of whether Takeda invited himself or was asked by Ueshiba to come to Ayabe seems at the moment to be unresolvable, and the official versions from Daito-ryu and aikido sources differ considerably.
What is known is that Takeda remained for five months, teaching members of the Ueshiba Juku dojo, and that at the end of this period Ueshiba was awarded the kyoju dairi certificate which conferred upon him official status as an instructor of Daito-ryu.
It is clear that Ueshiba had deep respect for Takeda's technical ability and that the latter regarded the founder of aikido as one of his most promising students.
omlc.ogi.edu /aikido/talk/osensei/bio/mori1.html   (1086 words)

 AVault | PC | Takeda Review   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Set in the year 1542 (exactly 12 years after the events in Shogun), Takeda seeks to put the player into the shoes of Takeda Shingen, a young man who rose to power and fame in Northern Japan.
The entirety of the campaign mode simply follows the Takeda clan from its rather humble beginnings through its conquests of other clans' lands and on to national dominance.
Takeda is very strict about its adherence to actual history, even throwing in several historical battles, featuring the actual troops and formations used.
www.avault.com /reviews/review_temp.asp?game=takeda   (623 words)

 Takeda -- PC -- Three Stars
Takeda places you in charge of the Takeda family in a world modeled after the history books, everything from the family names and locations, to the castle designs and formations used in man’s oldest sport: War.
To start with, Takeda will only run when your computer is set to a very high resolution, an annoying decision that left me switching between screen resolutions at the start and finish of every game session.
Takeda has the potential to appeal wildly to certain types of gamers, those who are more interested in the logistics of strategy, but still has a solid basis for those of us who are not history buffs.
www.gamesfirst.com /reviews/aaron/takeda/takeda.htm   (1913 words)

 Takeda Pharmaceuticals America, Inc - Lilly Alliance
Takeda is a highly respected pharmaceutical company and has made an excellent partner for this important collaboration, which we want to be a model for future alliances of this kind."
Takeda and Lilly are collaborating to copromote Takeda's novel insulin sensitivity enhancer, Actos, in the United States and more than 70 other countries.
Pioneered by Takeda, the thiazolidinedione class of insulin sensitivity enhancers - TZDs - represent a new treatment for patients with type 2 diabetes that treats one of the underlying causes of the disease.
www.lilly.com /about/partnering/alliances/commercial/takeda.html   (238 words)

 Featuring Takeda Review at ActionTrip
Takeda, coming from the relatively unknown Magitech, is an interesting tactical strategy, which brings us the fascinating history of medieval Japan through a series of complex strategic battles.
The game mostly resembles Shogun: Total War in a sense that its goal is practically identical: you have to become the Emperor of the medieval Japan and conquer the territories of the enemy clans.
Takeda is not a revolutionary game, but it offers an array of interesting options in this already old and worn-out genre.
www.actiontrip.com /reviews/takeda.phtml   (821 words)

 Takeda Shingen -- Facts, Info, and Encyclopedia article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
At Mikata-ga-hara, Takeda Shingen easily defeated the combined armies of (Click link for more info and facts about Oda Nobunaga) Oda Nobunaga and (Click link for more info and facts about Tokugawa Ieyasu) Tokugawa Ieyasu; but he could not defeat old age.
The Takeda were for the most part utterly destroyed from this battle.
Takeda Shingen is the player's persona in the (Click link for more info and facts about NES) NES game (Click link for more info and facts about Shingen the Ruler) Shingen the Ruler.
www.absoluteastronomy.com /encyclopedia/t/ta/takeda_shingen.htm   (890 words)

 CommentWire by Datamonitor - Takeda/Andrx: diabetes drug collaboration   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Takeda and Andrx are to develop and market a new combination drug for type 2 diabetes.
Takeda and Andrx have entered into an agreement to develop and market a combination product for the treatment of type 2 diabetes.
The move is part of Takeda's effort to maximize the value and extend the life cycle of its key global products while solidifying its position in one of the drug sector's biggest worldwide growth areas.
www.commentwire.com /commwire_story.asp?commentwire_ID=5191   (423 words)

 Takeda Shingen
Uesugi has detected the movement in Takeda force and Uesugi has moved their force down to where Takeda's main forces are.
Takeda's force were losing the battle early but in the end Takeda's other force returned and joined the battle and in the end Uesugi retreated and so did Takeda.
Takeda also has a flag that basicaly say "Fu-Rin-Ka-Zan" It is a chinese war tactics basically saying Move like a Wind, Sneak up on like Bush, Fight like a Fire, and wait for a chance like a Mountan.
members.aol.com /acestrikr/takeda.html   (434 words)

 Takeda On GameVortex.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Takeda has some nice Japanese art incorporated in with the menus, but the soul of the game is in the battles.
Takeda is a 2D battlefield sim to the core, with graphics not being the number one priority.
Takeda's interface might be a little on the unusual side at first, but is easily mastered with some practice.
www.gamevortex.com /gamevortex/soft_rev.php/900   (1224 words)

 Takeda Clan Timeline
1563 - Uesugi Norikatsu is defeated by Takeda Shingen and Hôjô Ujiyasu at Musashi-Matsuyama in Musashi province.
November - Takeda Shingen surrounds Odawara Castle in Sagami; a week later Shingen retreats and in the process defeats a Hôjô army at the Battle of Mimasetoge.
December - Akiyama Nobutomo, a Takeda retainer, captures Iwamura Castle in Mino from the Oda.
www.samurai-archives.com /takedatime.html   (760 words)

 Takeda Review from GameZone.com
Takeda, a PC release from Xicat Interactive and Magitech, is a real-time war game that incorporates many elements familiar to war gamers, including strategies, formations, morale, and – above all – a keen sense for knowing when to attack, and when to hold back.
There were instances when the Takeda army had walked into the fray, was all but surrounded and the opposing army was holding troops in reserve.
Takeda is certainly not as difficult as EA’s Shogun: Total War, but it does a nice job of finding the ground between the two, and providing a solid gaming experience.
pc.gamezone.com /gzreviews/r19444.htm   (1132 words)

 BASF and Takeda
Takeda's bulk vitamin business, operated by its Vitamin & Food Company division, with footholds in the U.S., Germany, Singapore and other locations in Japan and overseas, produces and markets globally a range of water-soluble vitamins such as vitamin C, B1, B2, B6, and folic acid mainly for the pharma and food industries.
Takeda Vitamin and Food Company's manufacturing technology and patents related to the vitamins B1, B2, B6, C and folic acid will also be transferred.
The volume of the global vitamins market is estimated to be steadily growing at an annual rate of a minimum of four percent.
www.basf.com /corporate/news2000/newstakedavitamin_072700.html   (832 words)

 Business Wire: Synsorb Biotech Inc. Reports Update From Takeda Chemical Industries On Japanese Clinical Study Of ...
Takeda has confirmed that there were no unexpected adverse events during the trial and no deaths.
The Takeda study examined the treatment of children aged 8 months to 14 years who were infected with verotoxigenic E. coli (specifically E. coli O157:H7) and principally assessed safety.
Takeda initiated the study shortly after a major outbreak of verotoxigenic E. coli infections in Japan during 1996, involving some 10,000 cases and 12 deaths.
www.findarticles.com /p/articles/mi_m0EIN/is_1998_August_18/ai_21027677   (725 words)

 Encyclopedia of Aikido [TAKEDA, SOKAKU]
Takeda traveled extensively throughout Japan giving seminars mainly to well-to-do persons, police and military officers.
Takeda's form of jujutsu is the most successful of surviving Japanese schools and his technical influence on AIKI BUDO and, hence, modern aikido is great.
Takeda first taught Morihei UESHIBA in ENGARU, Hokkaido in 1915.
www.aikidojournal.com /encyclopedia.php?entryID=664   (294 words)

 Takeda Pharma 2005
Der 32-jährige Chobei Takeda I gründet in Doshomachi (Osaka), dem Zentrum des Medizinhandels, ein Geschäft für den Verkauf traditioneller japanischer und chinesischer Medikamente.
Chobei Takeda IV bildet eine Einkaufsgemeinschaft für westliche Medizin in Yokohama und geht geschäftliche Verbindungen mit ausländischen Handelsfirmen ein.
Laboratories Takeda, ein pharmazeutisches Vertriebs-Joint-Venture in Frankreich, wird zur hundertprozentigen Tochtergesellschaft von Takeda.
www.takeda.de /unternehmen/historie.cfm   (485 words)

 IAAF International Association of Athletics Federations - IAAF.org - News - Article
At 20km, the lead pack consists of 14 runners, which was reduced to 12 runners by the halfway (approximately 1:04:35).
At 35km, Kahugu, Tokunaga and Takeda lagged the leader Ramadhani by 34 seconds, 42 seconds and 60 seconds respectively.
Takeda went on to win by a minute and 40 seconds, while Tokunaga who passed Kahugu at 39.9km finished second.
www.iaaf.org /news/Kind=2/newsId=23961.html   (795 words)

 Kofu City : The Takeda Family :   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Takeda Nobutora had transferred his estate (current Takeda Shrine) at Tsutsujigasaki on the land of Aikawa alluvial fan and founded a Kofu castle town in 1519.
Takeda Harunobu (later renamed Shingen), son of Nobutora, expanded his domain of military and political activities from Kai Province, a local country, to the national stage in Japan, with the strongest Takeda armed forces during the civil war period when military lords vied each other for the hegemony.
Katsuyori was pressed by the allied power of Oda and Tokugawa, and committed suicide at Tenmokuzan, Yamato village; thus the distinguished Takeda family perished.
www.city.kofu.yamanashi.jp /english/takeda/takeda.htm   (296 words)

 Takeda 2 Company Line - PC News at GameSpot
Takeda 2 is a game of epic Samurai action for the PC, set in 16th century feudal Japan.
Takeda 2 puts the player in the role of Daimyo, a feudal lord fighting for the title of Shogun, supreme military commander.
Formations – in Takeda 2, each division in the army acts as a single coordinated entity, rather than a loose group of units.
www.gamespot.com /pc/strategy/takeda2/news.html?sid=6113005   (555 words)

 Samurai Gruppe Takeda   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Geboren wurde er 1521 in der Provinz Kai und erhielt seinen ersten Namen Takeda, Taro.
1551 wurde Takeda, Harunobu M—nch und nahm acht Jahre sp”ter den buddhistischen Namen Shingen an.
Nach dem Tod von Takeda, Shingen (1573) haben seine Vasallen, als Zeichen ihrer Loyalit”t, seinen Tod noch drei Jahre lang geheim gehalten.
www.samurai.de   (264 words)

 Boston.com / Business / Japan's Takeda buying Calif. drug co.   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Japan's largest drug maker, Takeda Pharmaceutical Co., said Monday it will acquire Syrrx Inc., a privately held California biotechnology company working on treatments for cancer and diabetes, for about $270 million in cash.
The Japanese company was also eager to have a research base in the United States, the world's largest pharmaceutical market and a center for medical research.
Takeda has been trying to add new drugs to its product line in a bid to stay competitive and prepare for the patent expirations of older drugs.
www.boston.com /business/articles/2005/02/07/japans_takeda_buying_calif_drug_co?mode=PF   (265 words)

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