Siege of Hasedō

Naoe Kanetsugu decided to head for the front lines, leaving the defense of the Uesugi north garrison to Kagekatsu;

The castle was finally relieved by Date forces, causing Naoe Kanetsugu to declare an all-out attack on Hasedō. Kasuga Mototada was the vanguard, and charged the castle, but was forced to retreat due to heavy arquebus fire. An army from the castle charged north and then began attacking the retreating Uesugi's forces.

A small besieging force remained, and fighting continued, in which Naoe's general Kamiizumi Yasutsuna was killed. .