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120411-0010 - Forty-Seven Ronin


Tokyo Meiji 1890s Kazumasa Ogawa
Effigies for the Forty-Seven Ronin ((四十七士), also known as the Ako Roshi (赤穂浪士), at Sengakuji (泉岳寺) in Tanakawa (高輪), Tokyo. Their events have been immortalized in the accounts of Chushingura (忠臣蔵).

This image was published in 1895 (Meiji 28) by Kazumasa Ogawa in Scenes of the Eastern Capital of Japan.
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