武軍」を結成する。 oo 人ほどとなった振
Battle of Hanno
Yoshinobu Tokugawa put himself on his good behavior at Kaneiji in Ueno, after he came back to Edo as a traitor at New Year in the period Keio 4(1868), according to the loss of the Battle of Toba -Fushimi.
“Shogitai” a group of former Tokugawa retainers opposed to the Meiji government, was organized and headed to the mountains in Ueno. However, as Shibusawa Seiichiro the president of “Shogitai
conflicted with Hachiro Amano the vice-president, he left Ueno and organized “Shinbugun rat Tana shi-mura (Nishitokyoshi) in earty May "Shinbugun" becoming a number around 300 members, moved over
to Hakonegasaki-mura, after procuring over 4,000Ryo of war chest from several towns periphery of Tana shi-mura. Afterwards, they headed to Edo as a reinforcement for “Shogitai" which were attacked by
the Meiji government. However, "Shinbugun” were not able to be present, so they joined with the remnants of the Battle of Ueno and appeared at the town of Hanno on May 18.Former shogunate army, including
“Shinbugun, set Nomin-ji as a headquarte, and stationed at six temples, such as Chikan-ji, Koto-ji, Kannon-ji and so on. On the other hand, Meiji government ordered five clans, Fukuoka, Kurume,
Ohmura, Sadowara, Okayama, to attack the former shogunate army. These clan troops got to Ohgimachiya (Iruma-shidon May 22, and on the next day before dawn, the former shogunate army and the
Sadowara clan troop encountered at Sasaiga wara (Sayama-shi). The battle started then, and the town of Hanno became a battlefield at six in the morning. The Boshin War (Battle of Hanno) ended in half a
day with the victory of Meiji government. 200 houses and 4 temples (Nonin-j, Chikan-1, etc) were burnt down).