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Takahashi Oden (高橋 お伝, 1848 – January 31, 1879) was a female Japanese murderer known for killing a man, and being the last woman in Japan to be put to death by beheading. She was also suspected of poisoning her husband. The movie Dokufu Oden Takahashi is based on her life. Director Shōgorō Nishimura's Roman porno film Crimson Night Dream (紅夜夢 Koyamu) (1983) also depicts Takahashi.
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