Dragon - Part II, The Kaiten Menace: Chapters 27 - 28 Summary & Analysis

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Part II, The Kaiten Menace: Chapters 27 - 28 Summary

Hideki Suma is responsible for creating Edo City, the first of Japan's new underground frontiers. It was built as a scientific research center and think-tank community capable of housing and supporting over 60,000 people. It is a twenty-story round complex that has living quarters, common baths, offices, convention halls, and everything else needed for a living community, including a thousand-man security force. It is built of ceramic concrete and reaches a depth of fifteen hundred meters below the surface. In the city of Edo is where Suma meets with an art specialist by the name of Ashikaga Enshu, who is actually MAIT's Jim Hanumara. As Mr. Enshu, he claims to have a painting from an artist that Suma collects, from the sixteenth century Kano school, Masaki Shimzu. He is a revered seascape...

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