Gate of Rasemon
One evening, a servant who was fired by the owner, was waiting for rain under the gates of Rasemon. Seated on the top step, he often touched the boil, jumped out on his right cheek. Although the gate was on the main street, there was no one except this servant, only a cricket sat on a round pole. Over the past two or three years, one or the other of Kyoto has been hit by disasters – a hurricane, an earthquake, a fire, then a famine – this is the capital and empty. In the abandoned gates of Rasemon, foxes and badgers now lived. In them thieves found shelter. It even happened to bring and throw corpses. After sunset here it was done somehow terribly, and no one dared to approach close to the gate.
The servant, who had nowhere to