The movie starts with words saying Tokyo, Japan and we go to Tokyo at night and to a small building named "Tokyo Museum of Cultural History" and we see a young adult janitor was cleaning the floor while listening to music, Then a mysterious cloud appear which causes to Kenji a fright as looks at the opened window, Then the old man appears. Suddenly the lights went off then a thick mist whirls around Mr. Takagawa and Kenji and then suddenly the doors shut and looked back at the armor. Then, an electricity surrounds the Black Samurai casting the spell on him and awakened, Then the case breaks and The Black Samurai Stands up and breaks the case and gets the sword.
Yasuke: The Black Samurai; Japan's First foreign Samurai
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He filled in as a slave under the Italian Jesuit Alessandro Valignano. Valignano, who was in charge of the Jesuit missions a scholarly religious congregation of the Catholic Church which originated in sixteenth-century Spain in East Africa, South and East Asia, travelled to Japan with Yasuke in The presence of the black man who was taller than the regular Japanese and believed to have the strength of ten men caused a stir and gave Yasuke an audience with the Japanese hegemon and warlord Oda Nobunaga. He had him strip and scrub his skin to prove his claim.
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By Matthew Hernon. A mysterious, muscular, six-foot-plus man from Africa, Yasuke earned celebrity-like status in Japan due to his unique appearance. While African people had been coming to Japan since the s, they all tended to stay out west. Accompanying Valignano, Yasuke was the first to head for the then capital Kyoto and his presence in the city caused quite a furor. Locals, who on average would have been more than a foot smaller, desperately tried to get a peek at the gigantic figure.
Known as Yasuke, the man was a warrior who reached the rank of samurai under the rule of Oda Nobunaga - a powerful 16th Century Japanese feudal lord who was the first of the three unifiers of Japan. In , his arrival in Kyoto, the capital at the time, caused such a sensation that people climbed over one another to get a glimpse of him with some being crushed to death, according to historian Lawrence Winkler. Within a year, Yasuke had joined the upper echelons of Japan's warrior class, the samurai. Before long, he was speaking Japanese fluently and riding alongside Nobunaga in battle. The average height of a Japanese man in was