Rain That Stops a Guest From Leaving
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English Title: Rain That Stops a Guest From Leaving
Japanese Title: やらずの雨
Romanized Title: Yarazu no Ame
Performances: Bow Hall, 6/16 - 6/25
Author/Director: Tani Masazumi
Available on DVD: No
|Urasato / Kame||Kaho Anna|
|O-Se / Matsuyakko||Hanao Konomi|
|Takeyakko / O-Sode||Aihara Mika|
|Kondou / Tokijirou||Karyou Shizuru|
|Kasegawa / Umeyakko||Yuuzuki Rena|
|Hachigorou / Hankou||Asakaze Rei|
|Kanpei / Wakashuu||Ouka Reno|
|O-Kame / Hiyayakko||Konohana Inori|
|Tomekichi / Mokubei||Touma Kazuki|
|Genbei / Seiroku||Utakaze Sui|
|O-Take / Kisegawa / Tsurukichi||Shiranagi Suzu|
WARNING!! MAY CONTAIN SPOILERS!!
Tokubei is the young master of a store in Fukagawa, but he is at heart a libertine. In the Yanagibashi district he exhausts himself in self-indulgence. His father Jinbei spoils his only son and turns his eyes away, but when his son goes too far and steals money from the store without admitting it, Jinbei loses his last thread of hope and disinherits his son.
Although he will be disinherited, obstinate Tokubei flees from home. But without money he runs out of options. At first his friend takes him in, but after three days of freeloading her attitude grows cold. Tokubei decides the only way left is to throw himself in the river... As he goes through Yanagibashi, he meets a geisha named O-Hatsu who was his childhood friend. Tokubei is overjoyed, but knowing that Jinbei disowned his son in the hopes that he would reform, O-Hatsu steels her heart with resolve.
The next day, Tokubei sees a worker walk by bearing a basket full of squash on a carrying pole. Driven by the words of O-Hatsu to "earn your living with your own power", he takes up a job with a carrying-pole, but....
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