Japanese Historical People in Popular Culture

Many significant Japanese historical people appear in works of popular culture such as anime, manga, and video games. This article presents information on references to historical people in such works.

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Japanese Historical People In Popular Culture - Tokugawa/Meiji Period - Yagyū Jūbei
... Yagyū Jūbei Mitsuyoshi might likely have been relegated to obscurity in Japanese history were it not for the mythos his name developed from the authors, artists and filmmakers who attempted to fill ... of developing the story around Yagyū Jūbei was from Japanese author Fūtarō Yamada's 1967 book, Makai Tenshou (Resurrection from Hell), which featured Yagyū Jūbei involved in the Shimabara Rebellion of 1637 ... Jubei was the main character of a Japanese television series entitled the Yagyu conspiracy starring Sonny Chiba in the 1980s ...

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