Hayano Kampei Tsuneyo - #47 (1847-48)

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Kampei is portrayed as a ghost-like figure with pale skin tones and muted clothing. He missed the Kono battle because he committed suicide before it took place, torn by an unresolvable conflict between his desire to fight with his ronin comrades on the one hand and his need to obey his aged father’s command to remain at home and care for him on the other. Suicide was the only honorable way out. In the battle the ronin leader Oboshi ordered Kampei’s brother to carry a spear with his brother’s name, “Hayano Kampei, killed in battle.”

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