Nakizakura Kitan Japanese Manga

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  • なきざくらきたん
  • 亡鬼桜奇譚
  • Naki Zakura Kitan
  • Naki-zakura Kitan
  • Nakizakura Tale
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Saitou ken
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While wandering about, Masachika stops by to watch a traveling troupe perform. Captivated by the sight of an oni maiden dancing in a whirl of cherry blossoms, he redeems her and takes her as his traveling companion. He names her Ouka and treats her kindly. She slowly opens up to him; however, having experienced little warmth in her life, she is also unsettled by his kindness. As for her final resolve... Other stories in this anthology: - Mugen Dokei - Sandglass no Ori - Hana no Canon
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