The man known as the father of the Meiji Restoration and one of Japan's greatest teachers.
Only a lower ranked samurai, but his choices made impacts far and wide.
A revered political activist from just before the Meiji Restoration
Son of Suzuki Chiyo. Thinks Umeji Tatsuya has all the answers to his problems with bullies.
Umeji Tatsuya's volunteer parole officer. His past doesn't let him trust others easily.
Umeji Tatsuya's old mob brother and mentor. His secret will change all of what Umeji knew about their time in the Yakuza.
Ohno Suzu's dad. Healer. Determined to never let his family be chased from their home again.
Cashier at TaniMart. Friends with Mie Sumika. Can't figure out Umeji Tatsuya - but there's a connection to him.
Cashier at TaniMart and friends with Ohno Suzu. Has it out for Umeji Tatsuya, because of a loss from her past.
Assistant manager at TaniMart. Wants to start his own dojo. Doesn't let on about his heritage.
Charismatic owner of TekMagi a magic driven security company.
Nonogawa's protective busybody. Has many secrets!
Former Yakuza (mobster). Tries to keep a low profile as he's starting over, but Nakamura Hisako has it out for him when his secret gets out.
Tree spirits and the sources of echoes. (The Japanese words for both are puns.)
Shapeshifting foxes that usually have multiple tails and tales.
The way League of Guardian members identify each other
A small, quiet shrine to Inari outside of Nonogawa on a twisting road. No one seems to visit, but it's always kept clean.
Oni Tech involves binding an oni (demon), through the gory ritual sacrifice of a mythical creature, to an object the user wears or carries.
Mysterious dagger discovered at rummage sale turns out to be a Muramasa blade.
A potion that allows the user to delay emotions. Great for overwhelming situations.
Ohno clan bible on healing with herbalism and magic
A well inside a being that collect energy for magic. It must be open to be able to store ki.
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