In the Autumn of Meiji 14th of 1881, it got revealed that Master Hibiya was born in the Saga. The citizens watched the girls who are locked up while the higher-ups talked about Master Hibiya. They indicate that Master Hibiya’s wife passed away a long while ago, so it should be a peaceful arrangement. The ladies think that it is tough to face someone like Master Hibiya. The higher-ups praise Yugiri and comment that they have never seen a courtesan like here before.
The old hag is surprised that Yugiri became so popular that she couldn’t get customers and wonders how legendary one girl needs to be. Yugiri heard that someone is at the door. When Yugiri opens the door, the triplets girls fall inside. She apologizes and the to the girls. The old geezer asks what the girls want here. The girls ask Yugiri if she is leaving and beg her to stay. The middle girl comments that she wants Yugiri to stay to teach them new stuff and how they can sing and become idols.
Previously on Zombie Land Saga Revenge Episode 8
The old geezer told the girls that the legendary courtesan would start a new life. The girls can’t accept since they love Yugiri wholeheartedly, and they began shedding tears. Yugiri embraced the girls and told them to see her off with a smile to have a safe journey. Yugiri comments that it doesn’t matter how the Saga goes, but it will always be in her heart. The old geezer comments that Saga doesn’t exist anymore. Yugiri looks at the geezer with a surprised face.
The next day the girls practice playing music and dancing. After rehearsal, the girls headed out and talked about Yugiri. They are impressed by the way Yugiri does things. One of the girls comments that’s what they expected since Yugiri is the legendary courtesan. The other girl asks what legendary means, and the rest of the girls reply that they have no clue. A few months had passed since the legendary courtesan left to start a new life. In the morning, legendary courtesan Yugiri sweeps the floor somewhere in the town.
The high-ranking government official who arranged her freedom passed away due to sudden illness. The government official has given Yugiri a portion of his fortune, and Yugiri’s well-being is secured. Yugiri faces the prospect of living out the rest of her life somewhere in town where she knew no one and no one knew her. The oldies from the village gossip about the legendary. They comment that the legendary puts the folks over in Kashima-Cho to shame. The oldies wonder what made the legendary give up a life like that.
Yugiri didn’t care about anything since she has settled in peace. She enjoys town life and goes out to quench her thirst during summer. One of the boys from town tried to make the citizens bring back Saga. The citizens are not interested, and they pass like they don’t know Saga. The boy needs their signatures to approve the Saga’s return, but no one cares. Everyone in the town minds their own business. The boy wonders if the Saga will return. But he saw the Shin Goro traveling show, which is in town for only seven days.
The boy took that as a chance to introduce the Saga and try to get the citizens to recognize Saga. The plan started to go well, but one of the travelers noticed that the boy is making their business fall. The traveler asks the boy who he is. The boy apologizes and runs away. But her trips and with a guy carrying and that water got spilled on Junko’s clothes. One of the town’s guards comments that Kiichi Momozaki is at it again. Yugiri picked up one of the flyers and noticed that it is talking about the Saga.