Hans & Shoen
All fields and settlements are grouped together into a domain known as a Han.
Every Han has a capital. If this capital is captured by an enemy clan, then the whole Han is conquered, that includes all fields and settlements that belong to that Han.
Most of the capitals are castle towns, but some are palaces, market towns, temple towns, and shrine towns.
|castle towns||257||69.5 %|
|market towns||6||1.6 %|
|temple towns||85||23.0 %|
|shrine towns||18||4.8 %|
A single grid of the map is known as a Shoen. A Shoen is medieval manor or fief. A Shoen can be a town or a farm.
A Shoen is part of a Han. When a Han capital is captured all Shoen that belong to that Han are also captured.