Koso Mura was the second biggest holding of the Naishou province, it was a focus point for trade and agriculture in the northern part of the province. [1]

Location Edit

Several hours of walk to the north of the province's capital, r, the capital [[Tos, the village was located close to the the two settlement but still well within the limits of the of the [[Fortun, but built on lands which were more rocky and elevated than the rest of the valley. e tribe. Koso Mu was the physical and political center of the town. riginal tribes and

Rivalry Edit

Koso Mura was mostly inhabited by descendants of the original tribes that predated the Fall of the Kami, the Morikawa, Takanobu, and Yamataru tribes. The village set itself up as a rival to its main trading partner, Toshi no Naishou, and relations between the two settlements had soured. In these lands worshipping of the Fortunes was strong, and descendeant of a tribe used to marry with descendants of the same tribe. Koso Mura began to marry between descendents of different original tribes and allowed the establishment of a serie of large Taoist temples, no less than five, one for each of the Elements. This intermarriage led the town to develop much stronger relationships with the descendants of the Yamataru and Morikawa in other parts of the province. [2]

Notable Locations Edit

Known Samurai Leaders Edit


  1. Naishou Province, p. 35
  2. Naishou Province, pp. 19, 35-36

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