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  • The significance of the word Maru is similar to “red sails in the sunset” in Western culture.

    DAY OF DECEIT

  • The significance of the word Maru is similar to “red sails in the sunset” in Western culture.

    DAY OF DECEIT

  • The significance of the word Maru is similar to “red sails in the sunset” in Western culture.

    DAY OF DECEIT

  • The significance of the word Maru is similar to “red sails in the sunset” in Western culture.

    DAY OF DECEIT

  • In the years before the American Civil War, 77 samurai crossed the sea on the Kanrin Maru as Japan's first diplomatic mission to the United States.

    Japan and US Celebrate Diplomatic Milestones

  • In the years before the American Civil War, 77 samurai crossed the sea on the Kanrin Maru as Japan's first diplomatic mission to the United States.

    Japan and US Celebrate Diplomatic Milestones

  • It was still dark out but the Nisshin Maru was well lit and spotlights illuminated the black hull and the path upward in broad swords of light.

    Blog Fiction | Sci-Fi | Odaijini | Station151

  • WTF Is It Now?? has a list of the worst -- in Maru's opinion -- films.

    November 2005

  • Trilobite meets up with outside (and underwater) dwellers and, since it refers to the whale as deity, Rorqual Maru is offered to them as a God.

    REVIEW: The Godwhale by T.J. Bass

  • He came to Taiwan on the Lima Maru from the Philippines and stayed at Taichu until November when he and the other Americans were sent back to Takao and put on a hellship called the Dainichi Maru which had brought 300 British POWs to replace them at Taichu Camp.

    Never Forgotten Newsletter

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  • the cat of an oddball (I assume) Japanese office lady with lots of leisure time in which to arrange elaborate things for Maru to do (play the tambourine with his tail; pass obstacle courses; leap into things that are impossibly high; stare uncannily at the camera)

    December 7, 2010