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Sora Aoi, also known as Sola Aoi, is a Japanese AV idol, and nude model from Tokyo, Japan.
It originates from the samurai moral code and stresses frugality, loyalty, martial arts mastery and honor unto death.
Born of two main influences, the violent existence of the Samurai was tempered by the wisdom and serenity of Confucianism and Buddhism.
Yamato Takeru may be considered the rough ideal of the Japanese warrior to come.
He is sincere and loyal, slicing up his father’s enemies “like melons,” unbending and yet not unfeeling, as can be seen in his laments for lost wives and homeland, and in his willingness to combat the enemy alone.
Wilson holds a Master’s Degree in Japanese Language and Literature from the University of Washington at Seattle in 1979 and served as a Consular Specialist for the Consulate General of Japan in Seattle in 1980. Wilson recently received Japan’s Foreign Minister’s Commendation from the Consulate General of Japan in Miami, Masakazu Toshikage on November 15, 2005.
According to Wilson, the four Confucian classics: the Analects, the Great Learning, the Doctrine of the Mean, and the Mencius, are mentioned specifically in the warrior’s own precepts as suggested reading.
Carl Steenstrup who performed a lifetime of research into the ethical codes of famous Samurai clans including Hojo Soun and Imagawa Ryoshun.
Steenstrup’s 1977 dissertation at Harvard University was entitled “Hojo Shigetoki (1198–1261) and his Role in the History of Political and Ethical Ideas in Japan”.
Takeda Nobushige included examples of what was considered proper reading for the educated warrior.
His “Ninety-Nine Articles”, lists the Analects of Confucius as one of the main texts of study.
Most important, his portrayal in the Kojiki shows that the ideal of harmonizing the literary with the martial may have been an early trait of Japanese civilization, appealing to the Japanese long before its introduction from Confucian China.