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Six Famous Beautiful Japanese Poet: Okita of Naniwa-ya
You could read “Naniwaya okita” from the pictographs that represent five Japanese sounds in the left right corner: two bunches of green (na), arrow (ya), offing (oki),
ricefield (ta). Okita was a poster girl of a tea stall in Asakusa. From slightly lowered her face, a beauty comes out with her silence and a hand holding a teaspoon makes us feel humble. Okita was famous for beauty: people came to take a look at her and made a crowd. The tea stall master splashed water to get rid of them; however, some of them climbed up on the edge of the rainwater in roadside. She was so beautiful and attractive. Edo townsmen were longing for her.