Isshiki Kazuma (一色数馬)

Kazuma ISSHIKI (year of birth unknown - 1590) was an Azuchi-Momoyama period military commander and Kokujin (local samurai)とする。

He erected a castle in what today is Kinosaki in the city of Noda in Chiba Prefecture, and had dominion over the surrounding territory. He belonged to the Gohojo clan, and participated with them in the 1590 battle of Odawara, in which he bore the brunt of the invasion by (Hideyoshi) Toyotomi's army; he was defeated in a battle that took place near modern-day Kinosaki in the city of Noda, after which it is said he fled to a nearby temple and there ended his own life.