Born about 1680 he, by birth a Samurai, became a ronin, and entered the studio of Kiyonobu.
Thus the forty-seven ronin were pre-eminently "righteous" when they debauched themselves with every swinish vice.
And the reason she built the temple was that she might pray for the soul of the ronin whom the sight of her beauty had ruined.
We should have the story of the Forty-seven ronin, not a Japanese stage version, but a work from the source-material.
"masterless man, outcast, outlaw," 1871, from Japanese, from ro "wave" + nin "man."