Retsuganki - Recommendations

Alt title: The consequences of a broken promise

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Tange Sazen

Tange Sazen

This is a two-story collection featuring a story about a pot of gold, and another about an early attempt to open up Japan 40 years before the Perry Expedition.

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Edo Karuta

Edo Karuta

A collection of historic short stories, each associated with a karuta card. The stories revolve around the red-light district of Yoshiwara, in Edo.

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15 no Haru

15 no Haru

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Niji no Ikusa

Niji no Ikusa

Includes the following chapters:

  • 1. Niji no Ikusa 
  • 2. Christmas no Kiseki
  • 3. 100-nenme no Christmas
  • 4. Ojousan wa Genshijin
  • 5. Monkey Rock

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Goshimei Bushou Sanada Yukimura - Kageroi

Goshimei Bushou Sanada Yukimura - Kageroi

In the year 1589, the Tokugawa clan is looking for a way to destroy Toyotomi Hideyoshi. Hideyoshi depends on the resourceful, intelligent samurai Sanada Yukimura to help him protect his people and foil the plots of his enemies. He also assigns the loud-mouthed, impetuous shinobi Sarutobi Sasuke to work with Sanada -- to their mutual annoyance. Though each disapproves of the other's approach to crime-fighting, they begrudgingly agree to work together for Hideyoshi's sake.

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Tsuratsura Waraji

Tsuratsura Waraji

To control his daimyo lords, the shogun orders them to move back and forth from their provincial home and the capital, where they must spend half their time. The story follows the long journeys of the daimyo Kumada's family between the family's Okayama home in southwestern Japan and their second home in the capital. 

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Tenchi ni Musou

Tenchi ni Musou

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Maboroshi no Hata: Heike Ochuudodensetsu

Maboroshi no Hata: Heike Ochuudodensetsu

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Akame

Akame

In medieval Japan, the feudal lord Nobuhira reigns as an authentic tyrant over his domain, carrying out all kinds of abuses on the peasants. He kills some for fun, to test the effectiveness of his sword blade and to generate a climate of terror that drives other farmers into blind obedience. These, increasingly reduced to starvation, are forced to pay higher and higher taxes in rice, extorted from them through coercive methods, the kidnapping of women or the taking of hostages but all their attempts to revolt are suffocated in blood in the bud.

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Ichimatsu Torimonochou

Ichimatsu Torimonochou

Set in the late Edo period. Ichizou, a hired thief taker, cooperates in the investigation of the incident in which one of Fukagawa's prostitutes has been killed. While pursuing the unfamiliar decorations given to the victim's nails, Ichizou comes across a mysterious scroll painter, Matsunojou, who uses Yoshiwara as his headquarters.

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