Thursday, June 19, 2008


Nohime's grave can be found at Soukenin, a subtemple of Daitokuji in Kyoto. Soukenin is closed for most of the year, except during the Fall. I recommend it. It has a statue of Nobunaga inside the place. I tried to take a photo, but no pictures were allowed. The graveyard was different. I was able to take many photos. The lady was at the temple was kind. I was given a personal tour and she too, was a Nobunaga fan. I do believe that Nohime died on July, 9th, 1612 17th year of Keicho at the age of seventy-eight years of age.

I received an e-mail from Samurai Archives about my manuscript that needs to be published. I was rubbish my first copy. The newly rewritten one is better. I think Nobunaga would like it.

Tenka no Tame!

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