Kuniyoshi

Oboshi Yuranosuke Yoshio - #1 (1847-48)

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The samurai is seated on a campstool, beating a drum. Oboshi, leader of the attack on December 14, 1702, gave the signal to proceed to his troops with such a drum, and used it to direct the 47 ronin in their successful battle that night. (The full name of the enemy of the 47 ronin was Kono Musashi no Kami Moronao. For the sake of simplicity, the attack on his mansion is often referred to in these captions as “the Kono attack”).

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