The Gekokujo, Honnō-ji Incident

Kyoto-fu, Kyoto A.D.1582
While the brave generals of Oda such as Shibata Katsuhide and Niwa Nagahide were in a battle with other enemies, Akechi Mitsuhide ambushed Oda Nobunaga. Mitsuhide kept on pushing through to rule over the whole country. Hashiba Hideyoshi who heard this orderly in the middle of "The battle of Bicchu Takamatsujo Castle" before anyone agreed on reconciliation with Mōri army, and dared the "Chugoku Ogaeshi (Retaliation in Chugoku)." Akechi Mitsuhide’s wisdom vanished, and Hideyoshi rose as the successor of Nobunaga.
Highlights of the map : Oda Nobunaga (red) vs. Akechi Mitsuhide (yellow)
Ordinary colorings do not suit the revolution in the world of Sengoku. We boldly featured a picture that imagines the explosion in space with Honnōji on fire in the center. The track that sparkles as it comes up from the lower left is the track of Mitsuhide’s sneak attack. Surrounding warriors that heard the orderly must have spent days like they have seen the mystery of space hundreds of millions of lightyears away.
Behind the scenes drama
Oda Nobunaga who was about to master the prosperity of the world. On May 29, 1582, the court nobles and the imperial envoy were sent to Honnōji, and it is presumed that Nobunaga expressed his intention. After the court nobles had left, the heir Nobutada, Kyoto Shoshidai, and the Umamawari gathered and they spent a moment of peaceful time. They did not even know that the next morning, they would be ambushed by Akechi Mitsuhide and leave this world... Nobunaga who was sound asleep was woken up by Mitsuhide’s sneak attack. "Is this a rebellion, whose plan was this?" Nobunaga who learned about Mitsuhide’s rebellion prepared himself to die and lit the temple on fire, knowing there was an unavoidable reality.