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This exotic fable is about a young innocent girl named Chiyo 9 years old in 1929 who lives in a poor fishing village in Yoroido with her older sister Satsu her father and sick mother Since Chiyos mother is going to die soon and her father cant do much to support their family he sells his two daughters into slavery to a renowned geisha house Chiyo has unusual blue-gray eyes which later helps her capture peoples attention especially mens Unfortunately her sister is taken to a different district and from this time on little Chiyo lives her life in agony because she has no family left and shes a maid serving a notorious geisha named Hatsumomo Hatsumomo can also be referred to as a witch because she does anything like spreading false rumors to make Chiyos life miserable One day while running an errand for the house that she lives in Chiyo falls down on a stone near a river and starts to cry for she can no longer endure the pain and hardships she is going through at such a young age Luckily the Chairman of a wealthy electric company comes across her while hes walking with his business associates He takes notice of her and goes up to see what is the matter with her As he lifts her chin up and looks into her eyes he is marveled by the beauty her eyes posses All he can do is stare He gives her a handkerchief and a few compliments and tells her not to worry because everything will be fine The Chairman then leaves but he never leaves Chiyos thoughts or dreams He is the only person who has been kind to her all her life and for the past years all she dreams about is meeting this wonderful man again and getting to know him To make a long story short the Chairman never forgets Chiyo and how beautiful she is
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