笛 ／杉 市和
ワキツレ／有松遼一、岡 充、原 陸
間 ／茂山 茂
Progressing from scene to scene like a beautiful picture scroll, Yuya learns that her mother is ill but Taira no Munemori insists that his lovely mistress accompany him to view the cherry blossoms at Kiyomizu Temple in the capital. She dances admiring their beauty and their symbolism of the vow of the Bodhisattva Kannon to answer the prayers of all who call on her mercy, finally persuading Munemori to allow her to leave.
When two Servants are warned by their Master not to approach a certain jar as it hold a terrible poison, they are, of course, intrigued. They find out it is in fact sugar, a rare commodity at the time and before they realize it, have eaten it all. They figure out a scheme to justify their action...
A young man in search of the meaning of life visits the town of Kantan in China where he stops at an inn famous for the pillow left there by a Taoist wizard. The experiences a glorious reign of fifty years as emperor, enjoying each season, only to find that it was a dream taking place in the time it took for a simple meal of millet porridge to be prepared for him.
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