Tale of the 47 Ronin
The most famous story in history are the 47 Ronin. During the Tokugawa era, Japan was entirely ruled by the shogun, or shogunate. The highest military official, the emperor, controlled the daimyo, or regional lords. Each daimyo had protection from samurai under the code of bushido “the way of the warrior”. Whether it be death or fear, loyalty must be to their master. The 47 Ronin, after the death of their master, stayed alive to the very moment of avenging their master’s unjust death, before ultimately committing seppuku.
What is a Ronin Rebel?
We, as Ronin Rebels, embody the fearlessness of the former samurai, while never serving a master in the first place. We are our own master, in control of our own destiny. Not conforming to one place or person, the Ronin Rebel is ultimately a wanderer, but never lost in their path to enlightenment. In the modern age, our community is built from individuals who believe in nonconformity, going against tradition, and finding a new path to become something greater.
Whether it be life or hard task, remember: We are wandering, but never lost. A RONIN REBEL.