I think it is because of differences of cultures in human relationship between Japanese . There are provided lots of specific and typical tips in using the Japanese Verbs Toukyou made. kabuto no o wo simero. to kare ha sutezerihu wo nokosite satta. kougeki wo sikakete （ kita. t at te （立って）kita. tsuku yo. Hatsue ha. Regarding Ishmael Chamber's relationship to the protagonist of the same name when she is married to Kabuto, but at the same time she realizes that she can 't . The ways that Hatsue and Kabuo were taught seem to be. Hatsue kicked off her heels after entering her house, locking the door behind her. She entered a relationship with a man that made her feel comfortable, She had struggled to remain perfectly calm under Kabuto's watchful stare. .. and Kiba's faces and left the house, hoping they heeded Ino's advice.
They walked out of the gate to a black pick-up truck parked out on the side of a long dirt-packed street. He got into the driver's seat and buckled up while Ino shut the door in the passenger's side. He slid the key into the ignition and turned it, hearing the engine spark to life, and curled his hands over the steering wheel.
We can't be fugitives forever. Problems even, you know, with the seal on the Otherworld Seam breaking.
Ino provided him with directions to the nearest supermarket to buy food. If we can find one of her sisters, we might be able to get something useful for Sasuke," Naruto said. Actually, I had a chance to talk to Sakura," Ino said. She probably knew that. The wind tossed her long blond ponytail outside the window; he could see it flickering wildly in the reflection of the side view mirror, strands shining brighter under the sunlight.
Ino rested her elbow on the door, holding her hand against her cheek and sighed. The thought of Hatsue standing at the front of the classroom looking as if she wanted to be anywhere other than that room brought a smile to his face. And what about Hatsue? You said she has a gyoku, and yet she accidentally killed more kids in high school than Sasuke did. He glanced at his rearview mirror once they had made their way on a highway into the city, the road a ghost town.
The vacant streets he had driven past unnerved him—reminded him they were fugitives and that once found, they would be hunted. She ran her fingers through her hair, taking her ponytail and curling the strands around her hand. You should be able to read her like a book. I'm not even going to mention all your in-betweens.
It wasn't, and your going against nature is the reason your Equilibrium bond was so easy to turn into Imbalance. It's confusing my instinct," he said. I am doing an in-depth analysis now. You see, an Equilibrium bond is something you build on, the connection isn't what makes it happen, rather it happens when the two demons in question build on something whether it's a friendship, a budding romance, or merely an understanding. The more you built on it from there, the stronger it gets.
You and Kikushita only had one chance to truly strengthen your bond, and that was ten years ago. I told her to sleep with you," Ino answered professionally. Restart your relationship from square one.
Don't jump into one because you're already in love. You have to court her against your instinct's will and you have to learn to love her in your unique way all over again.
When that happens, you should start seeing results. It helped to have something to go on when they finally met again. He parked across Hatsue's aunt's house, a dandelion yellow house with a perfect lawn decorated in rose bushes.
He shut the door as Ino removed her seatbelt. But you know who his mate is, right? We should probably try to get her to come with us back to the safe house. It's important he gets rid of that man-made bond. That thing could be dangerous. Ino, meanwhile, spoke gibberish underneath her breath. Kikushita had been dropping hints all the time at the facility! He said it before we left, weren't you listening? This reality was beyond her wildest imaginings, so, Naruto understood her reaction.
How does Kikushita know? Did you blab it to her? Most of the time she's right. Naruto, I haven't even met the woman. He knocked on the door and sound quickly reached his ears of someone approaching. When the door swung open, he was relieved to see Hatsue's youngest sister, Saiko, standing at the threshold with her eyes glued to his face in surprise.
The older woman appeared from the other room with a mug in her hands and her thick, black hair twisted into a knot at the top of her head. She shot him a suspicious look. Saiko, go finish your breakfast. Mirai sauntered to the doorway, standing with her hands on the frame.
She eyed Ino with the same suspicion before finally turning to Naruto. Where the hell have you been? They say all the prisoners they had there turned the island into another Atlantis.
Hundreds of people drowned. Ino, this is Hatsue's aunt, Arishima Mirai. She leaned forward while Ino remained out of earshot. Naruto could see the kitchen through the adjacent door and Saiko as well, who was eating at the square table. You see…" Naruto began to tell Mirai the truth about everything starting with the destruction of the first facility and ending with the events they had recently escaped.
Mirai's expression changed from a shocked one to a blank stare as his story progressed and once he finished talking, she punched him square in the nose. Naruto barely flinched, despite the blood dripping from his nose. She was still processing the information. Her head was in chaos.
He's the last of his kind. He's a higher tier demon. The kind of power he possesses is something the rest of the Otherworld community wished to protect against the facility-owners. We are all just trying to protect ourselves from them. We couldn't risk exposure…not until now. I don't think we'll be able to stay hidden long.
Someone took Hatsue out of the facility before we staged our escape. We don't know how, but we have our ideas as to why…and we need to find her. She might be in danger. She's been—" "Been what? She opened her mouth to elaborate, but seemed to have changed her mind.
We need something of hers. Something that can help our friend find her. Once she had finished breakfast, she had made her way to her room on the opposite side of the house. Hatsue took her things seven years ago when she moved, but it's probably too dangerous for you to go to her house. You might have to contact Yue. If anyone's known her in and out of that facility it's that woman. He completely forgot about Hatsue's best friend. Let me find my book.
You know where it is. The queen-sized bed sat opposite of the door, made up with several pillows and a gray coverlet. He started his search and found a dresser full of unused clothes and an empty closet. There was nothing in the room of much use. Naruto found her at the entrance, his heart hammering from the fright.
She says it's the only lipstick that gives her the perfect red lip. She didn't leave the house without it, you know, when she was staying here after that gas leak issue at home. She accidentally dropped it once and went crazy looking for it. She didn't go to sleep until she knew she had it in her purse. I think Yue's your best bet. She never liked to talk about Hatsue's imprisonment in the facility; she had been very attached to her growing up and had looked up to her.
In his excitement, he took Saiko by the arms, smiling widely. He started to leave when Saiko called him back. Yue's going to be our only chance at getting something Hatsue's attached to. He dialed quickly and waited as the ringtone droned in his ear.
He looked at Mirai's hopeful face and Ino's nervous one and counted the number of rings he heard until he reached a fifth and realized she wouldn't be answering. It's Naruto," Naruto said in a single breath. In the background he could hear the professional tone of a news anchor delivering the latest news. Have you heard about what happened at the facility?
Do you know anything about Hatsue? Is she in danger? Stop keeping me in suspense, Uzumaki, I don't have the heart for this! I'll see you then. I'm sorry about hitting you earlier.
I don't understand much, but I know that if you could have, you would've tried to free Hatsue. Now, I hope that you'll find her and keep her safe. Make sure she comes visit often. She gave her a hug and smiled. They grow red berries and they can offer you protection. She started to scribble something in the back of it, something that looked like an address. If you tell them I sent you, they'll give you something to protect everyone.
So, just get rowan trees planted as soon as you can. Rowan trees offered protection against demons, but one of its more practical uses included absorbing malignant energy like the one seeping through the seal between words. Mirai thanked Ino once more and bade them farewell before shutting the door behind her. Ino joined him again and together, they walked back towards the truck. I can repair it if we get a chance. I have a feeling that with it she can do much more than we know, but there is absolutely nothing left on the dragon race.
We don't have scriptures, we don't have tablets, all we have are stories, and in all of those stories, they've always been the villains. And there has been nothing on the gyoku. I mean, I never heard of it until you mentioned it. Are you curious about Sasuke?
I mean, who can tell with Sasuke. Everything he should have been feeling for Hatsue—the protectiveness, the start of the Equilibrium bond process, he's redirected it to you. He really likes tomatoes. Knowing this is like holding the key to the universe.
Hatsue likes shiny things. You're the Equilibrium Sage. I don't think you need any help at all. I don't know what to expect. I remember being knocked out. Sasuke was the one that caught me by surprise. We were done in by each other's mates. Then we can hit the supermarket. I think we'll get more done if we split up.
No way," she said. You can just meet me there. A part of Hinata's family separated to create a small chain of hidden stores that catered to all demon and Sage needs. Naruto used to frequent the place with Jiraiya when he was younger and started paying his own visits while further developing his Sage powers with his last master. The owner of that particular shop was Hinata's older cousin, Neji, who was a powerful kitsune demon, and for a great portion of their youth, they didn't get along.
He drove to Yue's apartment building. He double checked the area before proceeding inside the modest three-story building and went up to the second floor to her home.
Yue opened the door without him knocking and ushered him inside her lavishly decorated home after casting a look down both ends of the hallway. She locked up behind him and started to shove him further inside into the small living room where the TV was on a news channel showing live images of the island facility's remains.
Debris floating on the dark waters with smoke billowing in a spiral up to the sky. The sound was lowered to a quiet hum of updates on the situation. He caught one of her thoughts. She worried about a person appearing at her doorway, someone she didn't want to see. She threatened to skin me alive if I lost it. She handed it to him on the way to take a seat. He pocketed it, hoping it would be enough. They haven't released information on the demons inside. So, I don't have much time to explain things, but here's the short version.
Hatsue was taken from the facility before it was destroyed. She should be safe, but there's no knowing for how long. That stupid doctor of hers wouldn't let me. Startled, Yue squeaked at the sight of the man and stood, using Naruto as a shield. I can fix my bond with Hatsue any time I want," he replied. He had completely forgotten that he had agreed to do anything if Kabuto could fix his Equilibrium bond with Hatsue when they were still stuck in the facility.
He wasn't thinking straight at the time, else his instinct would have automatically warned him about saying yes to the mizuchi.
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The mizuchi pulled something from inside, it glinted in the light, silver and then pink. Hanging pinched between his thumb and forefinger, spinning restlessly like a toy top on a table surface, was Hatsue's gyoku, the rose diamond.
I'm sure it's important. I can survive there, but I don't have a way inside," said Kabuto. Images of mutants dragging Hatsue's body up a staircase were transported into his head with Kabuto leading the way. If she was taken, she was taken after I left her.
I couldn't trace her inside the facility. He didn't need any of that. There were bigger things to worry about and he prioritized Hatsue over them all. He turned to Yue. You can save her if you help me break the seal. If she were to die—" "I'll find a way! Part VI Hatsue stood in the graveyard facing the invisible Seam to Otherworld, heart beating in trepidation. She held a bouquet of yellow flowers in her arms.
She bought them after walking past a shop. She needed an excuse to visit without any raising eyebrows, except she was starting to suspect someone was keeping an eye on her.
She sensed the presence of another, but it was an individual she couldn't see with her eyes, not like the other mutants sent after her. She cast another look around her, surveying the area.
She could not see them, but she felt their hostility like a persistent ache. She returned her eyes forward to the entrance and thought about what Kabuto told her. Since she moved in with her grandmother after transferring schools, she always found her way to the graveyard where she spent hours walking up and down its vast green grounds. She found peace sitting in the shade of the oak trees and silence among the dead.
She stopped dropping by after her friendship with Naruto developed into him walking her home and staying over to study. Naruto provided her the comfort this place once did. Without him, she came back seeking solace. She understood her actions a little better with an explanation. She stopped wobbling before Hatsue walked up to steady her and help her uncork her heels.
I did it often. She would need to watch what she said. When she glanced down, she read the name Uzumaki on the tombstone, but with Yue rushing her, she hoped it looked as much an accident as it was. However, suspicion washed over her and her heart clenched. She took Yue's arm and folded it over hers. Who put you in a pea coat? A couple of men passing by gawked at her and she smiled.
Hatsue glared at them and they both turned away startled, whispering beneath their breath. She caught one of their comments in which she was referred to as the "scary one. They need all the protection they can get once the cold starts rolling in. You are giving me nothing to work with. She left her friend's side to slip into the driver's seat, quick to realize that whoever had been watching her earlier was no longer there, the hostility vanishing with them.
She lost the tension in her shoulders and sighed deeply. You get all tense and start being extra frowny. Your jokes and cynicism also start to suffer, the quantity starts increasing but the quality drops exponentially.
The less you know the better. If you did, I support it. Well, did you have a fight? It was getting annoyingly distracting and Hatsue couldn't concentrate enough to shut it away. I know you're hiding something. When my stupid doctor was inside the bar. The bar was packed. I swear I was seeing things. I think there was a point I got drunk on everyone else's drunkenness. My guard wasn't that strong.
We were talking and one thing led to another—" Yue gasped. I can feel your shock. She couldn't drive while arguing with her friend and simultaneously absorbing all of Yue's emotions. Yue stared at her awkwardly, asking without really speaking why they suddenly stopped. We have at least an hour before the movie starts.
And then you have to answer my questions. I can't talk to him for long. I can't control myself near him. I just want to…I want to—" "Hatsue! You look like you'd like to sink your teeth into the poor guy. I mean, how many people actually get the privileged of being with their soul mate?
Why don't you have some faith that it could work out for you both? That maybe if you took a chance to be together, everything would work out in the end? Hatsue wanted to be as hopeful as Yue suggested. Her friend made it sound so easy—taking a leap of faith sounded incredible, but it came with consequences.
She was being realistic. Take a chance and go get him! The gray skin and red scales were gone. She leaned over and embraced Yue, thanking her for the suggestion. I mean, Uzumaki really grew up nicely, I mean, from what you showed me in high school, he really, really, really grew up nice and sturdy.
Hatsue glowered at her, and upon realizing, Yue apologized. I can't control my power with him! We should get going. You should be with him. Uchiha Sasuke went to him in the hopes of gaining an object of Hatsue's attachment to locate her, but Naruto blanked as soon as he asked for it. Naruto snapped out of his reverie and shoved a hand into his pants' pocket to retrieve something that shone brilliantly against the opaque lighting of an old lamp. Dangling from his closed fist was a rose diamond on a silver chain.
He gave it to me," Naruto replied nonchalantly. Wherever Hatsue was concerned, Kabuto's involvement always filled him with doubt. The man always seemed too interested in her actions, performance, wellbeing—everything concerning Hatsue was his top priority and Sasuke believed it was odd. He didn't like the idea of Kabuto holding onto the Kikushita heirloom. The corners are bumped and lightly frayed and the head and foot of the spine are soft. The binding is solid. Internally the pages are clean and free of foxing, staining or marking.
The paper is supple, not brittle. The frontispiece engraving has one large area of foxing in the upper left margin. The balance of the book is virtually free of foxing or staining which is unusual for this book. Text pages are the clean and supple. This book has brown cloth covers with gilt lettering on the spine. The covers and spine are heavily faded. There is no decoration on the spine as sometimes found on these books. The head and foot of the spine are both chipped away for approximately.
The frontispiece engraving and illustrated title page have heavy foxing which is usual for this book Text pages are the bright and supple with scattered moderate foxing. However, this is a medal that is from the 19th century. This medal is inscribed with the date but that relates to the treaties Commodore Perry signed.
The original medals were struck in by the Unites States Mint. The gold medal was given to Commodore Perry. There were 25 silver medals presented to key officers and personnel of the Expedition.
Another bronze medals were struck and given to other officers and key personnel and eventually the balance sold to the public. The medal has been restruck at the US mint over the years. Early cc and modern mid-late 20th century US Mint restrikes of the medal are available. For more information on these restrikes, click here. For more information on the book, click here. The covers have minor scrapes and rubs. The binding is sound with all hinges solid.
There is virtually no foxing or toning. There is a small book binder's label at the bottom right of the inside front cover. A very solid and clean book. For more information on the articles, click here. The overall condition of the two articles is Very Good. There are several scattered stain spots and areas of foxing. The covers are black leather I believe with gold lettering. There are cuts and worn edges on the covers.
There are scattered stain spots but no major foxing foxing. The paper is the typical tanish color. The issue has been written in pencil at the top of the first page of the first article. The front page and next page pages and contain a woodcut illustration and article regarding the Steam Frigate Susquehanna.
The article does not mention the Perry Expedition to Japan. However, the uniforms were contemporary with those worn when the Susquehanna participated in the Japan Expedition.
The article discusses the role of the Susquehanna and the Niagara in laying down " To see the woodcut and related article, click, here. This is only two pages from the paper pages and There is minor foxing and the paper is supple. There are two areas of pencil writing at the tope of the first page. Volumes 1 and 2 combined in one book. Sixteen lithographic and engraved plates and 4 folding maps. This expedition, which was primarily a surveying and exploring voyage, set sail in June of for the Orient via the Cape of Good Hope and Batavia.
The full page illustrations in this book depict Japanese and Chinese people and scenes and are all variants of illustrations generally based on Heine's drawings found in Volume 1 of the Narrative of the Perry Expedition to Japan.
The set includes a large folding map in two parts of the coast of China and Japan and maps of the North Pacific showing Alaska and other Pacific charts. It is complete text, illustrations and maps.
Internally there is significant foxing. The covers are worn. The spine is soft and frayed at head and foot and corners are bumped. The front hinge has been repaired. The maps have tears. This item is a sepia tone not tinted or colored albumen photograph of the M.
Perry monument which dedicated at Kurihama near YokohamaJapan on July 14, The photograph is mounted on thick card stock. The photograph is not dated. However, the same photograph was printed on a commemorative paper lantern which was distributed at the monument dedication ceremony on July 14, The photographer or photographic studio is not identified on the print or on the mount.
Below the photograph is written: For more information on this item, click here Condition. The photograph is in Good condition. It is faded and has significant foxing. The mount has foxing and staining.
Commodore Perry's landing in Japan. From the "Narrative of the expedition of an American squadron to the China seas and Japan, performed in the years, andunder the command of Commodore M. Perry," published, by order of Congress inBoston, Directors of the Old South Work, caself-wraps, leaflet, staple bound, small 8vo, 28pp.
The leaflet is a verbatim reprint of the text portion of Chapter 13 of Volume 1 of the Government published narrative of the Perry Expedition to Japan. It covers the section of the narrative dealing with the Perry's first landing in Japan July, and the subsequent presentation of the President's letter.
This leaflet was also included in bound Volume VII, issueswhich was published ca To see the front page of the leaflet, click here. The leaflet is in Very Good condition.
There is a tape revoval scrape on the first page. Otherwise free of faults. The Logbook of the Captain's Clerk: Only illustration is the frontispiece with tissue guard picture of the USS Saratoga.
White lettering and decoration on the front cover. Issued without a dust jacket. This is a memoir written by John S. Sewall who was serving as a Yeoman, Captain's Clerk, on the Saratoga during the period of Perry's expedition to Japan.
The book was written more than 50 years after the events and is more of a memoir or account and not actually a day by day log.
Ex-Library with library name plate inside front cover, library handstamp on title page, small marking partially removed at foot of the spine and check out card and pocket on back end page checked out once - in - no other library markings. Boards have very minor corner bumping. Very minor cover scuffs and discoloration. No dust jacket as issued. Contents Fine with no foxing, staining or toning - a very nice copy.
Arthur Power Dudden Editor: Adventures in the China Seas, Chicago, R. A majority of the illustrations are reproductions of lithographics in the original Narrative of the Perry Expedition to Japan. This is one in a series of the Lakeside Classics.
Black cloth with gold lettering and publisher's seal. As New condition, no dust jacket as issued. Ii Naosuke was born into nobility in one of the most important fiefs in Japan and rose to positions of great power under the Shogun Tokugawa Iesada.
Naosuke was a key figure in the turbulent period between and as Japan struggled to deal with the mounting American and foreign pressure to open its ports to foreign trade. Naosuke pursued a moderate position urging a peaceful resolution and a limited opening of Japan to foreign trade. These were turbulent times and his position was not popular within the Shogun's government or the general population. Despite strong opposition, Naosuke's views prevailed and a series of treaties were executed with America and other European powers which opened Japan, on a limited basis, to foreign trade.
Naosuke was assassinated at the age of 44 in by opponents to his position on the opening of Japan. This book recounts Nasokue's life from his birth to death.
It reviews the Japanese policy of seclusion prior to the arrival of Commodore Perry and the American squadron in The political power structure in Japan that dealt with the American initiate to open the country is outlined and Naosuke's key role in that structure is detailed. His activities supporting the opening of Japan and the subsequent treaties are covered.
This book is a translation of a book titled Ii Naosuke to Kaiko or "Ii Naosuke and the opening of the ports" by Akimoto Shunkichi which was published the same year. In that book the author noted "Lord Naosuke hitherto enshrouded in clouds of doubts, whose name was associated until quite recently with that of traitors and rebels, is now universally revered as that of a great patriot and statesman. The covers are lightly faded and the head and foot of spine soft.
There is a three line ink inscription on a front free page. There is light foxing on the front pages with the plates. In the Yokohama Chamber of Commerce issued a two postcard set commemorating the founding of the Port of Yokohama. For more information on the postcard set click here. The cards are in Very Good condition.
Both are canceled to order stamps canceled did not pass through the mails. The bronze Perry and Kaosuke images are dull and flat.
The gold Yokohama seal is tarnished. Perry monument in Kurihama, Japan. Attached to the back is a mimeograph note reading: Bancroft the American Ambassador to Japan and Capt. Minoru Kikuno, at the base of the monument marking the spot where Commodore Perry first landed in Japan. The monument was unveiled by Ambassador Bancroft on Memorial Day.
Ambassador Bancroft served as the Ambassador to Japan from November 19, until his death in July of He died in office in Japan on July 27,only a few months after this photograph was taken.
To see the photograph, click here. The photograph is in Very Good condition. There are small tears in the margin and scraped areas in the image area. VII,Tokyo, 8vo, card wraps, staple bound pamphlet, pages The author of the diary is not stated. The diary begins on 19th day of the "first month, seventy year of the Kayei Era" February,