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Nakano Millionaire
Shinjuku ku North Shinjuku 2-22
  • It is the bridge Yodobashi.
  • in the border of Nakano-ku and Shinjuku-ku.
  • In old days.
  • People called the bridge which does not watch a something.
  • When a single woman goes, she was missing.
  • No way.
  • Traffic is busy here.
  • However, I have not heard such a case.
  • Why is she missing?
  • Spell?
  • It is the spell of the giant snake.
  • Giant snake?
  • Here was a large pond. the name is Jyuniso Pond.
  • The giant snake in the pond.
  • I can't find the pond.
  • It was filled up in 1968.
  • There is a Shinto shrine there.
  • Is this connected with a snake?
  • This is the Kumano Jinjya.
  • Kuro Suzuki built it in 1400.
  • He was called Nakano Millionaire.
  • Hey, there is no Nakano-ku in 1400.
  • The story contradicts it.
  • Uh, Was his name Asahi Millionaire?
  • You liar.
  • Shut up.
  • This story is complicated.
  • Kuro Suzuki had a lot of money.
  • He is hard up for management of the money.
  • He was ordered to hide money to his men.
  • His men buried the money in here.
  • And, Kuro Suzuki killed his men to keep a secret.
  • It is a scary story.
  • There was not his men to return.
  • People called the bridge which does not watch a something.
  • Hey, How did the story that woman missing?
  • Kuro Suzuki had an only daughter.
  • Her name is Kozasa.
  • She was cursed from his men.
  • She transformed into a snake.
  • Is she the giant snake?
  • Is a criminal of the disappearance her?
  • What wants to do her?
  • I can't believe this story.
  • This is Jyokanji.
  • Kuro Suzuki built this.
  • He became a priest because of too much sorrow.
  • I think that he is a serious person.
  • I don't think that he did murder.
  • This is a superstition.
  • It is rumor. not true.
  • The person 100 years ago believed it.
  • What?
  • This is a story 500 years ago.
  • Peoples did not go alone this bridge.
  • Masakichi Asada thought.
  • He called a folklorist Kunio Yanagita.
  • And, He did a ceremony to turn away giant snake.
  • Hmm, Giant snake.
  • Interesting. But..
  • Do you know a more realistic story?
  • How about Tokaido Yotsuya kaidan story?
  • Maybe next time.
  • Okay, Let's go at our work.