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Chapter 4: A Long Night in Autumn (Part 2)


Full Text Chapter 4 Part 1 | Contents | Chapter 4 Part 3 And then the next Saturday arrived. Akihito-san had made arrangements to head to his relative’s house after checking out Tōfuku-ji, which was the subject of his next episode. “You definitely shouldn’t go to Tōfuku-ji by car in autumn.” Holmes-san said in a strong tone of voice as he drove the shop’s jaguar. “……” As I sat in the front...

Chapter 4: A Long Night in Autumn (Part 1)


Full Text Chapter 3 Part 6 | Contents | Chapter 4 Part 2 “Aoi-san, is it possible for you to stay overnight?” “—Eh?” It was a quiet Saturday evening. As usual, I was doing odd jobs in Kura, when Holmes casually asked me that question, as if he meant nothing of it. Stay overnight? What does he mean by that? Could he be inviting me on a holiday with him? Going on a holiday with Holmes… but...

Holmes of Kyoto Vol 2 Chapter 3: The Lost Dragon – Kajiwara Akihito’s Report (Full Text)


Prev Chapter | Contents | Next Chapter 1 “—Yes, yes, please. Thank you so much!” I’m Kajiwara Akihito, 25 years old. My occupation? Being an actor. I excitedly hung up from the phone call with my manager. That phone call was regarding a new gig. “Since your family lives in Kyoto, this job should fit you perfectly, Akihito-san.” It’s a travel program, and is like the Kyoto version of “See...

Chapter 3: The Lost Dragon – Kajiwara Akihito’s Report (Part 6)


Full Text Chapter 3 Part 5 | Contents | Chapter 4 Part 1 After that, we received the deputy abbot’s courteous words of thanks, as well as various gifts. “Please keep this matter between ourselves.” He added those words as he saw us off, and we left the hojo. With Holmes, I slowly walked across the wide grounds. He apparently had a lot to think about, for he had a difficult expression and didn’t...

Chapter 3: The Lost Dragon – Kajiwara Akihito’s Report (Part 5)


Full Text Chapter 3 Part 4 | Contents | Chapter 3 Part 6 Once again, we went back to the hōjō and were shown into the “Waterfall Room”. As the name suggested, it was a wide, beautiful Japanese-style room from which you could see a waterfall. Three men were waiting for us there. “Nice to meet you. I am the deputy abbot of Nanzen-ji, and my name is Unshou.” The deputy abbot, an elderly monk...

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