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The older samurai secretly sends love letters to the boy hidden in the mouth of a sea bass. Indeed, Mount Koya became synonymous with shudo in the poetry and prose of medieval Japan. In view of our years of intimacy, I am deeply hurt that you should hesitate to die with me. In the Great Temple in Naniwa where kabuki actors worshipped their patron saint Aizen Myo-o, they would hang love letters on a sacred cherry tree, sometimes sealed, sometimes for all to read, praying to be united with the men they loved.