He repeated banzai over and over again, and also shouted Come, come, Japanese soldiers!
His reason was all gone, yet he did not forget to shout banzai for his Fatherland.
Some said they heard a voice reply 'banzai,' some heard nothing.
The signal was greeted with enthusiasm and loud cries of "banzai!"
But the Japanese were brave to the last, and sank beneath the waves with the cry of banzai!
Some Japanese regiments, in attacking our positions, threw themselves with the cry of "banzai!"
My crew received me back with literally open arms and loud shouts of “banzai Nippon!”
I had already made my selection, when suddenly a voice called out from the rigging, 'banzai!
The imperial colors waved high above our new camp, and the banzai of rejoicing arose like surges of the sea!
banzai was shouted two or three times; joy and congratulation resounded on the heights of Kenzan, which was now virtually ours.
Japanese war-cry, 1893, literally "(may you live) ten thousand years," originally a greeting addressed to the emperor, from ban "ten thousand" + sai "year."