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[Note: this became an answer because it was far too long to post as comments. It doesn't really answer the question, but will hopefully put OP or someone else on the right track.] Some google image searching suggests it might be the heraldic symbol of one or more Daimyo clans: http://hakko-daiodo.com/kamon-c/cate0/hoshi/hoshi6.html [JP] http://www.shop-...


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Horo cloak Video Greetings.Seeing as there has been much question concerning the presence and use of the Horo by many on the forums I thought perhaps I would provide this excerpt for the esteemed Stephen Turnbull (Who incidentally served as chief advisor to CA for the creation of this game) and his excellent book The Samurai Sourcebook where he goes into ...


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My immediate assumption was that it was an anglicisation of Spanish vaso (pronounced /'baso/), meaning 'cup/glass/drinking vessel', since he also anglicises Spanish recado (message) as recardo: “Copendale at Miaco not very well, and that he bringeth recardo from themperour to set Damian and Jno. de Lievana free.” Further evidence that it may be Spanish ...


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