Simon Graham: [narrating] They say Japan become made by a sword. They say the antique gods dipped a coral blade into the ocean, and once they pulled it out four best drops fell back into the ocean, and people drops have become the islands of Japan. I say, Japan turned into made via a handful of brave guys. Warriors, willing to present their lives for what seems to have become a forgotten phrase: honor. Emperor Meiji: Tell me how he died. Algren: I will tell you how he lived. Algren: There is Life in every breath... Katsumoto: That is, Bushido. Algren: I will miss our conversations. Katsumoto: I even have brought myself. You have brought your self. This is a superb verbal exchange. Algren: I killed her husband? Katsumoto: It turned into a very good loss of life. Katsumoto: You consider a man can trade his destiny? Algren: I suppose a man does what he can, until his future is revealed. Algren: You need me to kill Jappos, I'll kill Jappos. Colonel Bagley: I'm no longer asking you to kill everyone. Algren: You want me to kill THE ENEMIES of Jappos, I'll kill THE ENEMIES of Jappos... Rebs, or Sioux, or Cheyenne... For 500 dollars a month I'll kill whoever you need. But maintain one aspect in thoughts: I'd luckily kill you at no cost. Algren: How's your poem coming? Katsumoto: The stop is proving tough. Katsumoto: The perfect blossom is a unprecedented factor. You may want to spend your existence searching out one, and it would not be a wasted lifestyles. Algren: There become as soon as a conflict at an area known as Thermopylae, where 3 hundred brave Greeks held off a Persian navy of 1,000,000 men... 1,000,000, you recognize this wide variety? Katsumoto: I understand this range. Algren: There is some comfort in the emptiness of the ocean, no beyond, no future. Katsumoto: You do now not need to die right here. Algren: I have to have died so typically before. Katsumoto: What passed off on the war of Thermopylae?