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General Akashi Gidayu preparing to commit Seppuku after losing a battle for his master in 1582. He had just written his death poem, which is also visible in the upper right corner.
Artist: Yoshitoshi Tsukioka, created about 1890.
Title: Akashi Gidayu, No 83 100 Aspects of the Moon Series
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Seppuku (Japanese: 切腹, "stomach-cutting" or "belly slicing") is a form of Japanese ritual...
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