Tumor Here, Leaving Such a Scar, and I Couldn't Grow My Hair, So I Couldn't Shave the Tsukiyo Hairstyle, I Could Only Tie My Hair. After That. If You Were Injured by Kojiro's Sword, There Should Be Scars. Please Check Where the Scars Are?" After He Finished Speaking, He Brought the Candlestick Close to His Face and Brushed His Hair Away. the People Around Held Their Breaths Nervously. This Person Was Even More Pale with Fear. He Took a Step Back and Shouted, "I Didn't See the Wound." "No, I Can See Clearly..." Musashi Nodded and Returned to His Seat Without Saying a Word. Sima Ryotaro's "Miyamoto Musashi" Also Includes This Content, and the Writing Style of
the Novel Further Highlights the Tension of the Scene. If Miyamoto Musashi Hadn't Defended Himself, Probably the Rumor That He Was Slashed by a Knife Would Have Also Spread to Later Generations, Becoming a Version of "There Is Such a Saying". Another executive list Feature of This Book Is That the Author Also Expresses What He Has Seen and Heard in a Timely Manner Without Quoting. Although He Lacks the Sense of Authority to Indicate the Source, at Least the Writing Will Not Be Procrastinated. ” Etc. Said That He Was Sloppy and Slovenly, Cutting His Nails, Combing
His Hair, Taking a Bath, These Personal Hygiene Things That He Had to Do Every Day, His Brother Had Never Done in His Life. So Sloppy, Coupled with His Unattractive Appearance, Triangular Eyes, Hanging at the Corners of His Eyes, Brown Pupils, and Odd Shapes Hinder His Career. but the Author Said That These Descriptions Cannot Be Trusted, and Historical Data Show That Miyamoto Musashi Was a Guest of Honor When a Hot Spring Hotel Was Built. but Let’s Be Honest, Even Taking a Bath Once or Twice in a Lifetime Is Still Pretty Unsanitary, Proving That Once in a While Doesn’t Turn Things Around, and That’s What We Need to Be Vigilant About in the Face of Historical Statements.