A classic Japanese fairy tale featuring courage, bravery, and honor, "The Ogre of Rashomon" follows Watanabe as he seeks out and faces a fearsome ogre.
Sugawara Akitada is the son of impoverished nobility toiling at a low-level job in the Ministry of Justice. When an old friend, Professor Hirata, asks him to investigate a colleague's blackmail, Akitada takes leave of his stultifying job for a temporary post at the Imperial University. There he finds gossip and rivalry abounding.
"Well, okay, so...!"
Watanabe y sus compañeros samurai sentían orgullo de derrotar a cualquier adversario - humano o no. Al escuchar que un ogro está aterrorizando al pueblo de Rashomon Wantanabe no puede creerlo. Sus compañeros lo desafían a pasar la noche en la Puerta de Rashomon y comprobar con sus propios ojos si el ogro realmente existe - desafío que acepta rápidamente. ¿Pero vivirá Watanabe lo suficiente para arrepentirse de su decisión?
Watanabe and his samurai companions take great pride in defeating any foe - human or otherwise. When they hear an ogre is terrifying the people of Rashomon, Watanabe can't believe it. A challenge is made to Watanabe to spend the night at the Gate of Rashomon and see for himself if the ogre exists - a challenge he readily accepts. But will Watanabe live to regret this challenge? For over a thousand years this classic Japanese tale of honor and bravery has been passed down from generation to generation. Nation9 is excited to bring this timeless story to a new generation of readers.
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