Objects & Places from Musui's Story: The Autobiography of a Tokugawa Samurai

Katsu Kokichi
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Aburahori section of Fukugawa

This is Musui's first childhood home.

Edo

This is the largest city in Japan where Musui spends most of his adult life.

Yoshiwara

This is the pleasure district, where men can find such recreational activities as drinking, smoking, and prostitution.

The House Cage

Musui's father imprisons Musui for a period of three years in this object.

Day of the Boar Association

Musui helps a priest named Hyogo get as many as five hundred to six hundred members for this group.

Swords and Swordfighting

Musui learns this as a teen and becomes a local leader.

Harakiri

This is a form of ritual suicide performed by the warrior class during Musui's day. It is the result of feeling shameful of failure.

Testicle Infection

This forces Musui to be essentially housebound for two years, from fourteen to sixteen.

Sacred Mirror

Musui starts a collection in order to...

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