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Tatsuya Nakadai in Masaki Kobayashi's film “Harakiri” (1962), drawn by Greg Ruth.   The main character discovered that several samurai made his son-in-law commit seppuku (the polite term for 'Harakiri').  Now he is surrounded by the top knots of all the dead samurai, while gazing at the vision of his now-dead son-in-law, who has been vindicated.

Tatsuya Nakadai in Masaki Kobayashi's film “Harakiri” (1962), drawn by Greg Ruth. The main character discovered that several samurai made his son-in-law commit seppuku (the polite term for 'Harakiri'). Now he is surrounded by the top knots of all the dead samurai, while gazing at the vision of his now-dead son-in-law, who has been vindicated.

A Kimono and an Obi have many things with a family cost of arms as a motif.

侍の芸術 (Arte Del Samurai)

A Kimono and an Obi have many things with a family cost of arms as a motif.

Samurai II, Mack Sztaba on ArtStation at https://www.artstation.com/artwork/samurai-ii

Samurai II, Mack Sztaba on ArtStation at https://www.artstation.com/artwork/samurai-ii

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