However, Fujiki retaliates and almost beats Irako to death with his hands. While still suffering from his injuries, Lady Iku is forced to mutilate Irako with a hot iron, but burns her breast instead.
So, after some quick research, while the references to daimyo and shogunates are accurate, the actual characters, like Genosuke Fujiki and Seigen Irako are not real. But that does not take away from the authenticity of this era in other aspects.Apr 1, 2022
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Finally, in the instant of Irako's death, the two men are shown naked, not fighting but in an instant of tenderness. In the end, they are not enemies. Irako must die because the corruption has defeated him. His life of depravity and murder has caused him to become death itself, and he is depicted as a fleshless corpse.Sep 27, 2014
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