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Hayato Chronicles: Shaolin Temple

Hayato Chronicles: Shaolin Temple

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Hayato Chronicles: Shaolin Temple

Synopsis: After leaving her childhood home, Meiakane and Minata both head to a Shaolin Temple in the Northern China near where Triad Shun Hui is hiding within another remote Temple, while also surprising her sister Ame.

A few days had passed since Meiakane had arrived at her childhood home and she had done much catching up with her father. As for her personal mission to retrieve her family heirloom ring, she delegated this task, upon her father’s request, to her younger sister Ame. Coincidentally however, it turned out perfect as she had just received word that Chan’s father was now out for revenge due to her killing his eldest son.

That’s what happens when you steal from my family Chan, your whole family suffers. Meiakane thought to herself, zipping up her Prada suitcase. “Ready to go?” a male voice spoke from behind her.

The eldest Hayato turned to face her Lieutenant, dressed in a charcoal grey blazer and pants, with a white shirt and black vest underneath. “Yep, let’s go Minata”. She replied, readjusting her navy pencil skirt and black blouse, before picking up her suitcase and heading towards the stairs, where both her father and Reina stood at the front door.
“Have a good trip Mei” Reina smiled, hugging the eldest Hayato tightly. “Thank you Reina” she replied, gently patting her on the back.

Meiakane then moved onto her Father. “Goodbye father” she said quietly. “Now that Mr Hui is after you, you must stay safe my daughter” his expression showing concern. Meiakane nodded in reply. “Yes Father”. Masaru nodded slowly. “That’s my girl” he smiled, gently squeezing his daughter’s hands and letting them go.

Pulling up the handle of her suitcase, Meiakane turned and headed out the door, giving one last wave goodbye to her father and Reina. Minata was close behind her, also carrying his own bags towards the parked Maserati. As they both entered the car, Minata looked at Meiakane, a small smile on his face. “Next stop China?”. Meiakane nodded. “Time to put this matter to rest I think” she replied, letting out a deep sigh.

Shaolin Temple – Northern China Mountains – 2 days later
Typing the last of her emails, Meiakane leaned back against her chair, arms outstretched above her head. She had been working away for at least a few hours, and it was starting to annoy her a little.
Deciding getting some fresh air and a nature walk was the best solution, she readjusted the belt to her white Yukata, then tying her long black silken hair into a low ponytail. Normally Minata would join her on these nature walks, however as he was still sleeping off the jet lag from their flight, she decided to go it alone. Sliding the wooden door open to her room, she put on her slippers lent to her by the Shaolin Monks, and stepped down from the stairs and onto the worn cobblestone path of the Temple.

She had used quite a few of her connections to arrange shelter within the Temple itself for her sister Ame, herself as well as Minata, as she had promised the Head Monk of the Shaolin Temple that no violence would occur on their holy grounds. But these were all necessary preparations before Ame would meet Shun Li, Chans younger sister and also the one who now had their family heirloom ring in her possession.

It was almost Dusk, and the sun was setting behind the snow-capped mountains, the horizon covered in a warm orange glow, as a gentle wind passed through the blanket of trees.Picking up a small flower from a nearby tree, and sitting on a nearby wooden bench, Meiakane absorbed the view, breathing in the clean air around her.

Despite her yakuza upbringing, enjoying nature was a great relief to the eldest Hayato, as it helped ease her mind and forget the killings and violence that she knew was always going to be a permanent part of her life.

As another gentle breeze passed through, a certain familiar Tom Ford cologne scent wafted over her. Turning around, she saw Minata standing behind her, dressed in black pants and a navy business shirt that had the first three or four buttons undone, just showing the top part of his chest. “Not a bad view huh?” he asked, walking over to Meiakane and sitting beside her.

The eldest Hayato turned to her lieutenant “Yup, not bad at all” she nodded, twirling a flower in her fingers as she gazed down at an open courtyard located below her.
“So, how was your sleep?” Meiakane asked.
“Pretty good actually” he replied, leaning back a little against the wooden bench.
“That’s good to hear” the Yakuza replied quietly.

Minata raised an eyebrow. He had grown up with Meiakane since he was 6 years old, and she was 4 years old, where they had shared a lot of experiences together, so it wasn’t very often he saw his childhood friend anxious over things.
“What’s wrong Mei?”

Meiakane turned to Minata, her dark brown eyes reflecting her anxious state. “Dad said to try a different alternative with Chan’s father, what if he doesn’t buy it?”
Minata pondered this for a moment. “He has to, he has no other choice”
“But what if he doesn’t? what if he decides to do something else” she queried, playing with her Yukata belt.

Minata gently squeezed Meiakanes hand. “The man’s just lost his two children, like any father, he has a right to upset, but he is wise enough to know that spilling more blood won’t bring them back. But, in-case it all goes to shit, we can always put the Hinatori on standby”
“That is true, but how do you plan to have the Hinatori on standby?”
“Well,” Minata began “I say we split them; three at home, and the rest at your office. Hiroyuki is always with your father so that’s an extra hand already”.
“I’m impressed Minata”
“And that’s why I’m your Lieutenant” he grinned, planting a kiss on the eldest Hayato’s forehead.

Meiakane laughed, in response at her lieutenant and child hood friend. Aside from her immediate family, and her personal assistant, he was the only other person who knew how to cheer her up and make her feel at ease whenever she was feeling anxious.
“Well, Ame will be here soon so we should get going” Meiakane noted, as she watched the Monks light the large red lanterns lined all along the temple walls.

“You know your sister will certainly be surprised to see you here” Minata spoke, his arm hooked with Meiakane’s own as they walked back to their room. “The only thing that will surprise me is if she turns up wearing half decent clothes” the eldest Hayato laughed, hugging Minata’s arm tightly.

Hayato Chronicles: Chapter 2

Hayato Chronicles: Chapter 2

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The Hayato Chronicles: A Home Visit

Synopsis: Meiakane and Minata travel back to her family home to attend the Anniversary for the Tsunami Disaster in 2011. Here she updates her Father Masaru on her progress and discusses her next move. She also catches up with her sister Amellade.

“So, how did it go?” he asked as he turned onto the freeway. Meiakane let out a deep sigh. “Good and bad” she replied. Minata raised an eyebrow. “Did he have it?” he inquired. Meiakane shook her head, placing her clutch purse on the car floor, before leaning back in her seat. “The asshole didn’t have it” she paused before continuing. “Turns out he gave it to that bitch of a sister of his” she finished, her tone still annoyed. “Shit” Minata cursed. “Where is she?” he asked.

Meiakane turned to face her lieutenant, the scent of his Tom Ford cologne hitting her nose. God he smells good Meiakane thought to herself. “He said she’s in hiding at their safe house called the House of One Hundred Fireflies, somewhere in the Northern Mountains of China”. she replied, closing her eyes for a moment before opening them.

Minata nodded slowly. “I see” he paused for a moment, loosening his navy tie a little bit. “Well, we’ll have to put that on the back burner for now though”. Meiakane raised an eyebrow. “What do you mean?” she queried. Minata handed her a rose coloured envelope that was sitting underneath the radio console. Taking the envelope, and inspecting it, she saw that it had her name handwritten on the front in kanji, with the Hayato family seal on the back. “This is a letter from Father” she observed, as she opened up the envelope, taking out a single piece of paper written in kanji.

“To My Dearest Daughter Meiakane, Snow is falling again in Tohokou. Please come to the family home March 11th. I have much to discuss with you. Your Father, Masaru”.


Meiakane pondered over the line: “We have much to discuss” for a moment, before looking up at Minata. “I’m assuming father gave you one too?” she asked, placing the piece of paper back into the envelope. Minata nodded. “He did indeed, Hiroyuki gave it to me this afternoon after our meeting with the Mayor”.

Meiakane looked up at her lieutenant. “Did he mention anything about discussing something in your letter?” her face now in deep thought. Minata shook his head. “No, but my guess is it could be about the ring”. Meiakane nodded in agreement. “Tohoku it is then”.

Shiny alloy rims surrounded by black rolled across the graveled driveway, the small rough pebbles crackling gently against the weight of it all, the black liqueur like shine reflecting the natural majesty of the surrounding environment, accompanied by the gentle hum of the vehicle, the only noise to be heard against the peaceful surroundings.

“We’re here” Minata informed, as he parked the Maserati near the front door of Meiakane’s family home. Picking up her Celine luggage tote, Meiakane opened the passenger door and stepped outside, a wave of familiarity sweeping over her, as she took in the view of the large mansion before her “Home sweet home” she smiled, her eyes scanning the surrounding environment of her childhood home, when she noticed a familiar Audi A4 sedan parked a little further away from where the Maserati was parked.


“I see your sister has arrived” Minata noted, taking out his Hugo Boss overnight bag, as well as Meiakane’s small black Prada luggage case. “That’s a first for her” she observed, before turning towards the large, elegant mahogany doors of her old home. As she was about to knock, the door suddenly opened, revealing a young, slender woman dressed in a traditional yukata, her long liquid black hair elegantly styled into a simple bun. “Welcome home Meiakane and Minata!” the young woman greeted, hugging the eldest daughter of the Hayato family. “It’s good to see you Reina, it has been a while, but it’s good to be home”.

As they moved apart, a gentle shuffling sound reached Meiakane’s ears. Turning around, a  gentleman in his late fifties, dressed in a custom made black Armani three piece suit stood before her, his smooth face giving a stern yet content feel, but his strong brown eyes sparkling with happiness upon seeing the young woman. “Hello Father” Meiakane bowed.

“Oh my little Mei-Mei, it is nice to see you my daughter”. he smiled, holding onto his daughters hands gently squeezing them before letting go. “Minata, good to see you young man” he greeted, shaking his hand tightly. “It’s good to see you too Sir” Minata replied, buttoning his blazer. “‘Come, have some tea, we have much catching up to do” Masaru motioned, heading towards his office. “Yes father” Meiakane nodded. “We will take both your belongings to your rooms” Reina intervened, motioning another maid to assist her. “Yes, thank you” Meiakane replied, as she and Minata, followed her father into his private office.
As they both entered the office, Meiakane admired the traditional Japanese furniture laid throughout the office. The back doors were wide open, leading out onto a wooden patio, the rich green shrubbery and trees giving off a somewhat safe haven type of feel around her. “I see you have redecorated your office somewhat father” Meiakane observed,  strolling towards where her Father now sat.

In the middle of the office stood a large oakwood desk, with a paper pad taking center stage, surrounded by a set of traditional calligraphy brushes and ink blocks, while a long black lacquered stone plaque with the name “Masaru Hayato” engraved  in traditional katakana, while the edges of the table was decorated with small picture frames and various family heirlooms.


“Yes, well sometimes it’s good to have a little bit of change once in while I suppose but I like to have a few reminders of the past with me as well” he replied, as he held up a picture of two little girls dressed in simple black and white Yukata outfits, both holding a Katana each, their innocent little faces grinning in delight at their own amusement.

Her father smiled as he held up the picture towards Meiakane. “You were 8 yrs old, and Amellade was 6 years old when this photo was taken. Your Uncle decided it was a good idea to give you two candy while you were practicing with your Katanas, it took almost the whole day for you all to come down from the ridiculous sugar high”.

Meiakane laughed. “I remember that day” she replied fondly. “Amellade and I nearly destroyed the training area from that sugar high” she laughed, pouring a cup of green tea for all three of them. Maseru picked up another framed photo, this time of a young girl with a stunned look on her face, as a young boy stood next to her, his lips planted firmly on her face, both holding a Katana each.

“This also another favourite” Masaru grinned, turning to his daughter. Meiakane studied the photo; it was of herself and a young Minata when they were six and eight years old respectively. Minata laughed. “And look how cute you were Mei” Meiakane blushed, playfully slapping him on the arm. “Oh shut it you” she laughed.

 Masaru looked at the duo “And now look where you both are” he remarked, his face filled with pride and admiration. Meiakane let out a small smile. “Well, we do our best father.” she replied, placing a cup of green tea infant of each of them. Masaru nodded. “So, how is that mission of yours going?” her father queried, his face mixed with apprehension and hope.


Meiakane looked up, her eyes locked with her fathers. “I got the location before I disposed of the eldest Son” she paused for a moment, her hands now tightly clasped around her tea cup.

Masaru gestured for his daughter to continue. “But he gave it to his sister who is now in hiding at the House of One Hundred Fireflies.” Meiakane finished. Masaru nodded “Hmm, I see” he concluded. “‘The only thing is” she began. “What is it my daughter?” Maseru asked, his face now of concern. “Well, with Chan now dead, his family, most likely his Father will certainly come after me now, and I’m not sure if I will be able to finish the rest of the task” her voice now of apprehension.

Masaru nodded slowly, “Regardless you have made very good progress Meiakane” her father replied, his mind now in deep thought. Meiakane leaned back in her chair, letting out a small sigh. “”What do you propose father?” she asked, as she studied her father’s expression.

After some deep thought, Masaru raised his head. “‘I think maybe now is a good time to let Ame finish the job” he replied, his brown eyes now filled with a hint of determination. “It would be a good exercise for her, and spending some time in a remote temple might do her some good”.

As she pondered over her fathers suggestion, Meiakane found herself agreeing to her fathers idea. Considering both herself and her sisters busy lifestyle of sorts, maybe a trip to a remote temple would be a good idea. “I know of a Temple near that area where a small group of Shaolin Monks reside, so I will organise for Amellade to go there and finish the last part of the mission’’ Minata chimed in. Masaru nodded in approval.

“Now, with Chan’s father” Masaru began.


Heading towards her old bedroom, Meiakane noticed the door was wide open, the familiar sandal wood scent wafting over her. “Hi Mei” a young lady greeted, closing the door to a large walk-in closet. “I see you bought yourself another hairpin” she observed, noticing a circular shaped hairpin embellished with Swarovski crystals. “Yes I did, I saw it at the department store last week and thought I’d add another one to my collection” Reina laughed. “Of course, it’s not like you have at least a hundred or so other hairpins to choose from” she replied, shaking her head.
Reina bit her lip slightly, a mischievous glint present in her eyes. Noticing this, Meiakane raised an eyebrow. “Don’t tell me you’ve got more”. Reina grinned. “Of course I do, I’ll show them to you after dinner” she winked.

Laughing to herself and shaking her head slightly, Meiakane placed her Celine handbag onto her vanity table, as she headed towards her bed. A full black okubo with small embroidered cherry blossoms was laid out on her bed, next to which lay a black lacquered katana decorated with small mother of pearl snowflakes, the hilt was of a deep red colour, with one single ruby placed at the bottom of the hilt. “I chose that myself you know” Reina piped up, as she began preparing the various hairpins needed to do Meiakanes hair.

The eldest Hayato turned to face her personal assistant, as she sat herself down at her vanity table. “You have good taste Reina, I like it” she smiled, undoing her long black silken hair, as Reina began to work her magic. Seconds later, she heard loud giggling from down the hallway. “I’m assuming Amellade is here” Meiakane noted. Reina nodded. “Yes she is. She came here late last night from the United States I believe” Reina replied. Meiakane nodded. “I will have to see her afterwards”.

Reina then leaned over towards the eldest Hayato “So, how is Minata-san?” she smiled. “He is good Reina” Meiakane replied. “So when are you both going to admit you’re dating” Reina smiled, brushing a comb through the ends of Meiakanes hair. Meiakane stared at her assistant. “Wait-what?”.

“Admit it Mei”

“Admit what?”

“That you’re dating and in love with each other, like in those romantic movies”

”You watch too many romantic movies Reina”

“Come on Mei, it’s so obvious”

Meiakane shifted uneasily in her seat, silently wishing to herself that she were off killing some family enemy instead of being interrogated by her personal assistant who apparently knew more about her love life than she did.

“No it’s not”

“Even your father knows this”

“Oh dear God”

“Don’t worry, your Father approves” Reina grinned, completing Mei’s hair bun with an embellished hairpin.

Meiakane could feel her face burning with embarrassment. At any rate, she wouldn’t be surprised if the entire family board knew as well. Reina hugged the eldest Hayato. “Don’t worry Mei, it just shows you have good taste in men” she grinned.

A small smiled spread across her face. The more she thought about it, the more she realised they were similar to each other in so many ways. “I’m glad you think so Reina” Meiakane laughed. Reina smiled back, as she placed a large blood ruby hairpin with sapphire stones, at the top of the eldest Hayato’s bun.

“There, all done” her assistant grinned, her face filled with pride. The eldest Hayato studied the pin. “I’m impressed Reina” she smiled, slowly getting up from her chair. “Ok, now time for dinner, I’m hungry” Reina encouraged, readjusting her own yukata belt, before opening the door.

“I’ll be with you in a minute Reina, let me see Ame first” Meiakane replied. Reina nodded, as she headed down the wooden stairs.
Standing outside her sisters bedroom, Meiakane could hear her sister and her assistant Yumi giggling away. Slowly sliding it open, revealing her sister sitting at her vanity table, getting her hair done by Yumi. Amellade’s expression frozen in surprise.

“Surprised Imouto?” Meiakane queried, smiling a little. Amellade gave her sister a surprised look. “You hardly ever come to family gatherings Mei, why are you here?”. Meiakanes expression went from pleasant to stern. Typical of her younger sister to assume such a thing of her. In her native tongue, she spoke “Again, white snow is falling in Tohoku”. She replied, closing the door behind her before heading out into the hallway again.

The Hayato Chronicles – A Night Out in Yokohama Chinatown.

Introduction: This opening chapter is an introduction into Meiakane’s story. For those who follow Lucilogs here on WordPress, you’re probably already aware of who she is. I am opening this story with Meiakane going after the eldest son of a highly influential Triad family who stole a priceless family heirloom that belongs to Meiakane’s father, so she heads to Chinatown to well…confront him about it. I hope you enjoy.


The Hayato Chronicles – A Night out in Chinatown – Yokohama

Placing her black YSL clutch purse under her arm, Meiakane made her way towards the back streets she knew all too well, dressed in her favourite Monsoon one sleeve sequinned jumpsuit, a pair of Lane Crawford winged shaped earrings, complete with a Fallon pave setting ring, the gentle sound of her black YSL pumps clicking against the pavement, as she expertly darted in and out of the back alley ways of the busy street food and market stalls of the Chinatown district in Yokohama, the bright lights of the many traditionally styled buildings covering both sides of the streets, filled with people coming in and out of the various shops and restaurants.

Continuing her way along the path, Meiakane then made a sharp right turn, before stopping in front of a three storey glassed building, named Koi Nightclub, heavy thudding dance music emanating from the building, accompanied by a sea of flashing fluro lights.


Flashing her ID at the security guard, she entered the nightclub, the loud dance music now enveloping her ears, her eyes greeted with a sea of patrons dancing away to the heavy beat of the dance music, rays of multicoloured flashing lights blanketing the dance floor below, while female dancers in fluro bikinis and shoulder length bright orange wigs, danced seductively on a long neon blue lit platform, standing against the wall of the nightclub.

Heading to the bar, Meiakane ordered herself a glass of champagne, placing herself on one of the single bar stools, her sharp eyes scanning the nightclub before landing on a large glass booth located at the third storey on the building, her eyes continuing to scan the booth until landing on a male figure, approximately six foot tall, dressed in a black business shirt and black pants, paired with a silver jacket and tie. His black hair slicked back into a pompadour with a faded shave on both sides, surrounded by several men and women, all laughing and partying away.

Shun Chan, the oldest son of the Shun family, considered one of the most influential Triad families in China. The very man who stole her family’s heirloom ring. “As usual Chan, always picking a terrible place to hide” Meiakane said to herself, taking a sip of her champagne to disguise the sly grin on her face, her navy coloured almond shaped nails tapping away to the dance music playing.

Taking her Iphone out of her clutch, she saw a message on the screen from Minata, her Lieutenant. “Where is he?’’ the message read. “He’s in the top level private room. I’m going to go see him now” she messaged back. Seconds later, another message from Mintata flashed onto her screen. “Go to the back of the nightclub through the bathrooms. Best entrance that way.’’ the message read.Taking another sip of her champagne, Meiakane placed her phone back into her clutch, leaving the champagne flute on the table.

Heading towards the back of the nightclub, Meiakane made a left turn where a wall of private toilet cubicles were located, entering the last door and locking the cubicle door behind her.
Noticing a large vent screen above her, Meiakane removed her heels, and hopped up onto the marble sink, lifted up the screen crawling into the vent shaft, closing the screen behind her as she did so, leaving her shoes on the side of the air-vent, making sure no light was exposed on them. She then began sliding as quietly as possible inside the air vent for a couple minutes before coming across another air vent underneath her.

Peeking through the vent openings, Meiakane looked around the room, which was filled with several drunk business men, either playing cards and shouting at each other, amusing themselves with the scantily dressed young girls around them as their hands busily fondled away at the hems of their short dresses and skirts, several lines of cocaine spread along the glass coffee table in-front of them, surrounded by endless bottles of alcohol and small plates of food, the loud thud of the dance music playing only adding to the excessive noise going on in the room.
Disgusting Meiakane thought to herself, as she continued to crawl her way along the vent shaft towards the next room. Nestling her clutch underneath her arm, she gently nudged the vent shaft open, before lowering herself through the open hole, landing softly on a nearby bookshelf, before back flipping onto the carpeted floor. The music from the next room, reduced to nothing but a gentle thudding sound.

Strolling towards the large elegant mahogany desk standing in the middle of the room, she sat in the large leather chair. As she placed her clutch on the table, she noticed the door handle slowly turn downwards, the door itself turning in an inward direction, revealing the same man she had seen earlier in the glass booth walking into the room with several rolls of cash in his hand. As he looked up, his brown eyes met Meiakane’s, his demeanour instantaneously going from happy to nervousness and dread.

“Hello Chen” Meiakane greeted, her hands playing with a small silver paperweight.“What the hell are you doing in my office, you Yakuza bitch” he snapped, trying to hide his nervousness. “I’m just here because a little bird told me that you have a certain ring in your possession” Meiakane menacingly smiled. “So, if you want to make it easier on yourself, just tell me where it is”. She said quietly, continuing to play with the silver paperweight.

The young Triad glared at the eldest Hayato. “No idea what you’re talking about” he scoffed in reply, as he walked towards a small silver safe standing against the wall, next to which hung two Chinese swords. With his back turned, Meiakane threw the silver paperweight straight into Chens head, when he suddenly ducked, grabbing one of the hanging swords swinging it towards the eldest Hayato. Immediately, she ducked to the floor, sticking out her right foot and roundhouse kicking him around the legs causing him to fall to the floor on his back.

Before he had a chance to get up, Meiakane stamped her right foot hard onto his chest, her left foot lifting and flipping the sword, grabbing it mid air, pressing the blade against Chen’s neck. “Wrong answer Chen”. she growled, pressing her foot harder onto his chest. “I…I don’t have it!” he snarled.

Without warning, Meiakane struck the sword against Chens arm. “F…Fuc..Fucking Bitch!!” he cried, holding the open wound on his forearm. “The next wrong answer, and I might take a limb” Meiakane snapped. Chen continued to pant heavily, his face contorted in pain and agony from his wound, the blood now soaking his black shirt. “Goddamit Mei you asshole!” he whined.

Meiakane raised the sword again, slicing through his left knee cap. Chen screamed again in agony. “Ok! Ok!” he stammered “I…I…gave it to my sister, but I don’t know where she is” he panted even heavier. Meiakane pressed the sword hard against Chen’s neck. Chen gave her a panicked look. “Alright, Alright!” he cried. “She…She’s at our temple safe house..some place called The House of One Hundred Fireflies”. Meiakane glared. “Where is it?!” she spat. Chen panted heavily for a few more seconds, his face now of a defeated expression. “It’s…umm….it’s up in the Northern China Mountains somewhere”. he replied.

Meiakane lifted the sword away from Chen’s neck, her lips right next to Chan’s face. “Now that wasn’t too hard now was it?” she whispered, before standing upright again, wiping the blood onto the Triad’s pants. “You’re still a fucking bitch Hayato”. Meiakane smiled, before walking over to the table and picking up her clutch.

“I know” she replied, before grabbing the sword again and slicing it straight through his neck, his head rolling to the floor with a heavy thud, his face permanently frozen in a stunned expression before hanging the sword back on the wall and going back through the same vents she entered into.

Quickly dusting herself off in the bathroom mirror, Meiakane adjusted herself a little to make sure she was presentable. Checking her phone, she quickly messaged Minata “It’s done. Meet me outside” before paling her phone back into her clutch. She then opened the bathroom door, and made her way out of the Nightclub. Once she was outside, a black Maserati Ghibli pulled up to the kerb.

Seconds later the drivers side door opened, revealing a six foot three tall male dressed in a polished navy business suit, his black hair styled into a short pompadour fashion with a slight fade, walking over to the passenger side and opening the door for her. Meiakane smiled at him. “Thank you Minata”. “Your welcome Mei” he smiled, before heading back onto the drivers side.


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