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  The turtle nodded slowly and sadly.
"I told the Dragon King of how you saved me, and he has asked me to take you to him, so he can reward you."
 Urashimataro whistled.
"The Dragon King, eh?That's an inbitation I can't refuse."
 The turtle nodded its head.
"Now, get on my back and I will take you to his palace under the sea."
 I hate to burst your buble, my old friend, but I cant't breathe underwater."
 "That will not be a problem."
 And so Urashimataro stepped out of the boat and onto the turtle's back.
He gripped the edge of the shell and took a deep breath as the turtle disappeared beneath the surface of the water.

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  After they had disappeared, Urashimataro bent down and turned the turtle over.
"There, my friend, they've gone. You're sage naow."
And he left the turtle there.

 A gew days leter, Urashimataro went out fishing in his little fishing boat as he usually did.
He was pulling in one of his nets,When he noticed a turtle raise its head above the water:
"Hello," said Urashimataro vheerfully.
"Hello,"relied tthe turtle very slowly, looking at him with its large, sad eyes.
"You sabed me."
"Ah, it was nothing,"said Urashimataro with awave of his hand.
"Those children were just being idiots."

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 He came closer, and saw there was a turtle behind the children.
 It had withdrawn inside its shell, and they had turned it upside down and beaten it with thick tree branches.

 "Idiots!"shouted Urashimataro angrily.
"How would you like it if I beat you up? At last, you would beserve it.
This turtle has done nothing to you."

 He picked up one of the tree branches and took a few threatenig steps towards the children.
They ran away screaming.

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 ”Give me that,"said one of the boys."I'll hit it, and you try and poke it out."
"My dad says the best way is to use fire,"said another girl.
 As soon as she said "fire,"all the children looked up.
"Yeah, let's make a fire,"they shouted joyfully,but they saw Urashimataro approaching.
 "So what are you naughty  children up to now?"asked Urashimataro kindly.
 "Nothing,"one of tha boys said,looling guiltily down at the sand.The others didn't say anything.
 "Last time you said that you tried to boil your aunt's cat,
remember? Now, let me have a look."

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【Ulashimataro】
Once upon a time,there lived a young man by the seashore.
His name was Urashimataro and he was a fisherman.

One fine day, he was walking home along the beach when he noticed a small
group of children.
They were croeded around something , but he could not see what it was.
Wrashimataro went to have a look.
Getting closer , he could hear what the children were saying.
"It's not coming out," said one little girl.
"You've got to hit it harder."

To be continue・・・.

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Wabi and Sabi
Do you know “Wabi” and “sabi”?

“Wabi” and “sabi” are the highest aesthetic values aimed at by traditional Japanese arts, particularly the tea ceremony and haiku(poems in seventeen syllables).
The two values have points in common such as a fundamental sense of quiet sadness, encouragement of simplicity, and rejection of gaudiness. Wabi expresses a way of being quietly clear and calm, a state mainly pursued by SEN NO Rikyu who perfected the art of the tea ceremony. Sabi means having well-seasoned, refined simplicity, an ideal state in Basho’s haiku(poems in seventeen syllables).
Both men sought the beauty that is one with nature, free from worldly concerns and annoying human relations.
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