Okuro Yoso was a gathering of relatives and descendants of the fallen in the defense of the Eastern inner wall of Otosan Uchi. When a spirit had served at the wall as many days as he lived, the soul was prepared to pass into Meido. The relatives performed meditation and funeral ceremonies but grieving was not allowed. The magical kanji on the wall, reminders of the souls who inhabited the wall, became silver hue as a signal the spirit had left. [1]


  1. Otosan Uchi:Book 2, p. 22

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