Honor: Though Bushido deals with the profession of soldiering, it is equally concerned with non-martial behavior; the sense of Honor, a vivid consciousness of personal dignity and worth, characterized the samurai. He was born and bred to value the duties and privileges of his profession. Fear of disgrace hung like a sword over the head of every samurai/ To take offense at slight provocation was ridiculed as "short-tempered.’"As the popular adage put it: "True patience means bearing the unbearable."
East Meets West Fine Arts is happy to offer this elegant, sophisticated graphic art by Hayato Tokugawa of the two kanji or characters which together in Japanese mean "honor," as posters, prints, decorative wall art, tote bags and packs, men's and women's sportswear as well as cups, mugs, and other interesting and decorative items for the home.
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