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Oda Nobuyuki (織田 信行?, 1536 – November 22, 1557) was the son of Oda Nobuhide and younger brother of Oda Nobunaga, who lived during the Sengoku period of Japan.

In 1544 Nobuhide gave Nobuyuki to the Mori clan as part of an alliance deal; he was kept for 2 years, and the other hostage Tokugawa Ieyasu helped him escape.

When Mori Takamoto became Daimyo he demanded a 27 year old "child" as a hostage but Oda Nobunaga refused to give his younger brother to the Mori.

Nobuyuki conspired against his brother Nobunaga with the Hayashi and Shibata families. Nobuyuki's Suemori Castle was reduced by Ikeda Nobuteru. Though Hayashi and Shibata were spared, Nobuyuki was killed.

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