Siege of Udo
|Siege of Udo|
|Part of Sekigahara Campaign|
|Tokugawa forces||Toyotomi forces|
|Commanders and leaders|
|Katō Kiyomasa||Konishi Yukinaga|
The Siege of Udo was a battle during the final years of the Azuchi–Momoyama period (17th century) of Japan.
During this part of the Sekigahara campaign, Katō Kiyomasa helped the cause of the Tokugawa under Tokugawa Ieyasu in Kyūshū. Kato Kiyomasa took the castle of Udo after a long siege. Udo castle at the time had belonged to his old rival, Konishi Yukinaga.
The Samurai Sourcebook