|PDF Title :||Ancient Tales and Folk-lore of Japan|
|Total Page :||286 Pages|
|Author:||Richard Gordon Smith|
|PDF Size :||4.8 MB|
|PDF Link :||Available|
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This made villain Kanshichi angrier than ever. As the Japanese proverb says, ‘Kawaisa amatte nikusa ga hyakubai,’—which means, ‘Excessive love is hatred.’ So it was with Kanshichi: his love turned to hatred. He thought of how he could be avenged on Hachiyemon and O Ima. The most simple means, he thought, would be to burn down their house, the business offices, and the stores of merchandise: that must bring ruin.