Taira no Noritsune
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He is supposed to have died by drowning himself, at Dan-no-ura, while holding a Minamoto warrior under each arm. In the play, he is disguised as the priest 'Yokawa no Kakuhan', until he is forced to confess his true identity by Benkei.
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- Sato, Hiroaki (1995). Legends of the Samurai. Overlook Duckworth. p. 122,133. ISBN 9781590207307.
- The Tales of the Heike. Translated by Burton Watson. Columbia University Press. 2006. pp. 122–125. ISBN 9780231138031.
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