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Advances in Social Science, Education and Humanities Research
The Edo Period was a peaceful period of the buke politics, and the word "Bushido" began to appear. Hagakure, written by Yamamoto Nagasu, is one of the most important classics of Bushido at that time. Hagakure was less influential than other Bushido books in the Edo period, and was ever banned in the Saga vassal state for a time. During the Second World War, however, Japanese nationalists made it a required reading for all, and postwar Japanese right-wingers praised parts of the book highly. Thedoi:10.2991/assehr.k.220110.148 fatcat:l7xddpcswnft3h6abxhjlqndcu