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Considering in this, i used to be lately minded to visit Soto no Hama. and because the get together is certainly favorable, i'm making plans to prevent in passing and perform spiritual austerities upon Tateyama. (Takes steps ahead, indicating he has arrived on the foot of the mountain. ) Coming speedily alongside the line, already i've got arrived the following at Tateyama. With serene and reverent center I now shall stopover at the mountain. (Goes to heart of degree, indicating he has climbed to the summit. ) yet lo! upon arriving the following on Tateyama, my eyes do certainly behold a residing Hell. And the guts of even the boldest guy needs to quail ahead of this fell sight, extra frightful even than demons and fiends. right here the coundess mountain trails, grim and precipitous, cut up asunder as though to steer down into the area of starving Ghosts, and down into the area of Bestiality. (Describing his activities. ) So asserting, he's triumph over with the reminiscence of his prior sins and for a time is not able to restrain the beginning tears. Then, penitent, he descends to the foot of the mountain ... to the foot of the mountain, penitent . . . (The Monk is going towards the refrain, indicating he has back to the foot of the mountain. He turns and faces the Bridge. The curtain is swept again and a voice is heard from the blackness of the replicate Room past the curtain. it's the Ghost of the useless Hunter who speaks, calling out as if he has been working after the Monk. ) HUNTER: Hallo-o! Hallo-o! Wait, O precious monk, for i need to communicate with you. MONK. : what's it you will want with me? (The Hunter enters. he's visible now in his mortal shape, donning the masks of a delightful previous guy and a white wig. He wears a simple, tea-colored outer kimono of tough weave over clothing of good brown and lightweight eco-friendly. He strikes slowly down the Bridge as he speaks. ) HUNTER: while you're taking place to Michinoku, pray take a message there. i'm one that was once a hunter of Soto no Hama and who died some time past year's autumn. I beseech you to go to the house of my spouse and baby and to inform them to supply up for me the cloak of straw and the sedge-hat that are there. MONK: this can be a unusual request that I pay attention. to hold the message is a straightforward factor, but when I tackle her therefore with none facts, just like the falling of unexpected rain from an empty sky, is it most probably that she is going to think? HUNTER: certainly, you're correct. with no a few convinced signal or token, it's going to definitely be of no avail. (The Hunter has been advancing alongside the Bridge; he pauses now on the First Pine and bows his head dejectedly. Then an concept involves him and he increases his head. ) Ah! Now I remember—this used to be the kimono which i used to be donning on the very hour of dying. (Describing his activities. ) And thereupon he tears a sleeve from the kimono which he's donning, a kimono made from hemp like that of Kiso some time past, and worn within the days of his lifestyles. (The Hunter gets rid of the left sleeve of his kimono, touches it to his brow, after which holds it out in either arms towards the Monk. ) refrain: He says, "This supply as a token. " And so announcing, supplies it with tears to the wandering monk .