I am sure many of you are familiar with him. I just have one question about him: Did he REALLY eat the liver of a downed Allied pilot? We have all heard this rather colourful anecdote, but from what I have heard, it seems to be based on a bunch of hearsay. A group of reporters who weren't at the banquet reported that a few guys who were there told them that Tsuji might have done so and so, blah blah. That kinda garbage. I find it hard to believe that a high-ranking official could actually make a fairly big deal of eating the liver of a defeated enemy without MULTIPLE eyewitnesses telling people about it, either at the time, or after the war. From what I have discovered, only one dude in the Japanese Army has mentioned anything about Tsuji doing this, and he said that it was an American pilot, whereas the original "report" alleged that it was a British pilot. In my opinion, this seems to suggest that the entire "Tsuji eating a human liver" meme is an urban legend. So, can anyone cite a RELIABLE SOURCE, which multiple historians have credited, with establishing that Tsuji DID indeed do this? Or is just a bunch of bunk?