This character is a retired Japanese artist who fell from a high social position into disgrace when Japan was defeated in World War II.
This character convinced his friend that imperialism was the solution to Japan's social ills.
This character was the great artist of the "floating world," a teacher strongly influenced by European impressionists.
This character has a young son and eventually is first to forgive the disgraced artist.
This character is angry and rejecting of those who participated in Japan's imperialistic dreams.
This child loves American cartoons.
This character has difficulty finding a suitable spouse.
This character was, for a time, a potential husband in a marriage negotiation.
This character becomes a husband during the story.
This character eventually has to sell a drinking establishment.
This less-talented painter wants...
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