A Japanese film (1990, Japanese title: ten to chi to), written and directed by Haruki Kadokawa, about the inconclusive contest between sengoku warlords Takeda Shingen and Uesugi Kenshin, who met each other five times in 10 years on the same battlefield at Kawanakajima in the Northern Japanese Alps without a victory for either side. While the story line can be disjointed and hard to follow at times, the awe-insipring battle sequences that employed 10,000 extras and feature historically accurate battle formations are not to be missed by even the most casual fans of Japanese History or the samurai movie genre. Truly some of the finest battle scenes ever filmed.