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Kuniyoshi

Fuwa Katsuemon Masatane (1847-48)

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About The Art

Examining the sharp edge of his longer sword, the samurai is wearing the same dog-tooth pattern cape worn by most of the warriors pictured in this series of prints. This print is number 4 in the series.

The story that we now know as "the 47 Ronin" recounts the Ako Incident, a series of events taking place between 1701 and 1704. A tale of vengeance that embodied the principles of Bushido to their fullest effect, it soon became a Japanese cultural symbol, exemplifying core Bushido values of loyalty, honor and heroic courage. It would go on to inspire countless plays, poems, and artworks. 

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