Once the samurai lost his master he becomes a rōnin. Could he become a samurai again by acquiring another master?
I am right now reading about the legendary swordsman of Japan, Miyamoto Musashi . It says he ended the rivalry with the Yoshioka school by killing the brothers Yoshioka Seijūrō and Yoshioka ...
Some of the policies adopted by the WW2 japanese army , seem to be along the lines of the ancient samurai code of Bushido. Policies such as extreme loyalty to the emperor , honor unto death and ...
Considering that the Samurai class had its distant roots in Chinese political structure, did China or Korea have a similar warrior class?