Ryuk death notes are an extremely valuable source of information, but it can be hard to track down the original source for a given name.
Fortunately, we can now find the full text of Ryuk’s notes.
Ryuk was a Japanese samurai who lived from 1268 to 1294, and his notes provide a great resource for anyone who wants to find out more about the character.
These notes contain the names of the samurai who were in charge of the Koryu kingdom, as well as the kings and queens of the time.
Ryu is also known for the “death note” of his eldest son, Shūtoku, and it is the subject of a book called Ryuk: The Death Note of the King.
Below, we will take a look at what to read next with Ryuk notes.
Notebook and other Ryuk-related items have been available since the 1950s.
The Ryuk Book is available now at Amazon.com, Barnes and Noble, and Book Depository.