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himself, one samurai code of ethics. like Tanaka Gentaro of Kyoto and Okuda Masaka is due on the men who worked, as a central group, in the the Osaka business community, for his leading influence

could say. He established his own private community of young businessmen whom he taught informally his own principles and basic business rationale. This group, called ryūmonsha, edited its own journal and eventually became a very influential business group with the goal of propagating Shibusawa's business ethics: