Descending Stories: Shouwa Genroku Rakugo Shinjuu

Alt title: Shouwa Genroku Rakugo Shinjuu: Sukeroku Futatabi-hen

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After ten years' apprenticeship to the eight generation Yakumo, Yotaro has finally achieved the rank of shin'uchi and taken on the name "Sukeroku," after his master's fellow student and Konatsu's father. Things appear to be smooth sailing at first, but complications soon arise. Between rakugo's fading legacy and Yotaro's concerns about single mother Konatsu, can the third generation Sukeroku bear up under the burden he has taken on?

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Both shows focus on the old style of Japanese story telling. Shouwa focuses on the story telling part of the stories with one person, where Kabukibu is more of a play with a cast of people. But both share the joys of a preformance with people who are passionate about the stories they tell. Kabukibu focuses on high school club where Shouwa has a grander story to be told over all and focues on adults for the most part. Check one out if you enjoyed the other for sure.