While realizing that this specific period in Japanese history contains a lot of warfare, I sometimes do wonder if there is much else in this particular game other than warfare. When not at war, there really isn't much else to do at all. Your family does not require much maintenance. You just need assure that you have a bunch of kids, which is easily done by handily picking a wife from a list, kids follow shortly. Diplomacy seems a bit dumbed down and simple. Declaring war has practically no consequences other than a loss of honor. Economically we can only upgrade the castle and village levels of our provinces.
Perhaps I am a tad too used to Europa Universalis 3? Where war is a decision not easily made and often carries many, many negative consequences while at the same time, there is plenty to do in the game when you're not at war.
In Sengoku I find myself dragging around numbers across a (pretty, that must be said) map in an almost Risk-esque fashion. Especially if you're a vassal, you just sit around and wait until your clan lord declares war and you may be able to grab a province or two for yourself.
How do other people feel about this? Is there enough to do in this game?