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Saegusa Shigeru before his execution at the Awadaguchi execution grounds outside of Kyoto, he was beheaded and his head was put on public display (sarashikubi) for his involvement in the attack on the delegation of the British Consul-General in Japan (Sir Harry Smith Parkes) to the Meiji Emperor, February 1868.

Saegusa Shigeru before his execution at the Awadaguchi execution grounds outside of Kyoto, he was beheaded and his head was put on public display (sarashikubi) for his involvement in the attack on the delegation of the British Consul-General in Japan (Sir Harry Smith Parkes) to the Meiji Emperor, February 1868.

斎藤一の鮮明な写真見つかる「これが死線くぐった目だ」【新撰組幹部】

斎藤一の鮮明な写真見つかる「これが死線くぐった目だ」【新撰組幹部】

Sakamoto Ryoma, Samurai, a leader to overthrow Tokugawa shogunate, thus a preparer of Meiji Restoration

Sakamoto Ryoma, Samurai, a leader to overthrow Tokugawa shogunate, thus a preparer of Meiji Restoration

Okita Sōji (沖田 総司?), (1842 or 1844 – July 19, 1868) was the captain of the first unit of the Shinsengumi, a special police force in Kyoto during the late shogunate period. He was one of the best swordsmen of the Shinsengumi.

Okita Sōji (沖田 総司?), (1842 or 1844 – July 19, 1868) was the captain of the first unit of the Shinsengumi, a special police force in Kyoto during the late shogunate period. He was one of the best swordsmen of the Shinsengumi.

斎藤一の鮮明な写真見つかる「これが死線くぐった目だ」【新撰組幹部】

斎藤一の鮮明な写真見つかる「これが死線くぐった目だ」【新撰組幹部】

Takasugi Shinsaku (高杉 晋作 27 September 1839 – 17 May 1867) was a samurai from the Chōshū Domain of Japan who contributed significantly to the Meiji Restoration.He used the alias Tani Umenosuke (谷梅之助) to hide his activities from the shogunate.

Takasugi Shinsaku (高杉 晋作 27 September 1839 – 17 May 1867) was a samurai from the Chōshū Domain of Japan who contributed significantly to the Meiji Restoration.He used the alias Tani Umenosuke (谷梅之助) to hide his activities from the shogunate.

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