Dogen of the robbers
Shibuya ku Dougenzaka.
  • Shibuya station.
  • What is the origin of Dogenzaka?
  • It is like the name of the Buddhist priest.
  • His name was Dougen Oowada.
  • The buddhist priest?
  • It is unclear.
  • Was he a buddhist priest?
  • Or a bandit?
  • A bandit?
  • Was this neighborhood a mountain?
  • There are a lot of slopes.
  • Look at that signpost.
  • What's written there?
  • Dougen Oowada was Samurai Yoshimori Wada's descendant.
  • He became a bandit.
  • When was it?
  • Samurai Yoshimori Wada died in 1213.
  • Here says the Edo era.
  • The Edo era began in 1603.
  • This signpost contradicts it.
  • It was written in the Edo period.
  • It is a fiction.
  • There is a stone behind you.
  • Shibuya family ruled over this neighborhood.
  • I think that Shibuya family was an origin of Shibuya.
  • Shibuya family was destroyed by Hojo family in 1525.
  • Dougen Oowada survived.
  • He built the buddhist temple Dougen an.
  • I can believe it.
  • I see.
  • What is that stone?
  • That is the novelist Akiko Yosano's song.
  • What does that song mean?
  • She said I was tired.
  • Hey, I have to meet a client.