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She's not.
I hate her. She has the scent of a secret.
- Father, are you tired?
- No, I'm feeling great.
I like the Moss Temple.
Besides, the moss was
prettier than ever today.
There was also a camellia tree.
Did you see it too?
I thought so.
There's real beauty in old Japan.
But some people say that
traditional things are bad.
They're ignorant people.
Aren't you drinking too much, father?
- Just a bit more.
- I think you should stop now.
Why is Mariko taking so long?
Isn't she coming?
I told her to come here.
She doesn't like old Japan.
It looks like your sister
is making you worry.
- Don't worry; she's behaving rather well.
- I'm glad to hear that.
The worst thing is that your
husband is out of work.
You're going through a bad time.
- Is he still loafing about?
- No, he's looking for a job.
- Tell me, how's your bar doing?
- So, so. Holding out.
- Can you keep it?
- Yes.
It's all right, then.
You can sell the house in Tokyo.
But, father, when you
return to Tokyo...
It doesn't matter.
I'll stay here, in Kyoto.
I'm not ever going back to Tokyo.
I know I'm dying.
Today, I was at the Moss
Temple for the last time.
I like camellias.
- Here you are.
- Thank you.
- When did you get back, Mariko?
- A few days ago.
- Did you like Kyoto?
- No.
I prefer Kobe.
What do you think of this one?
Think I should have it made?
I don't think it will suit you.
Too many drapes.
- Well, I think so.
- You should consider your size.
You're wide at the hips.
I've heard complaints about you.
Who? Your husband?
The cat was on my sweater,
so I grabbed him and threw him out.
Your husband had thrown
my handbag before that.
It was on top of his table.
He should have asked me
if I had enjoyed my trip.
- Good evening.
- Hello, good evening.
Sorry I'm late.
Can I have some water?
- Yes.
What did the landlord say?
- He wants us to leave.
- Really?
That's what he said.
Mr. Mimura was here.
My brother-in-law? Here?
What did he want?
I don't know. He didn't speak. He just
stood there for a while and then left.
What time was it?
I was about to close the bar.
It was raining.
- He was very pale.
- Like a ghost?
Doesn't scare me.
Who is it?
Are you finished with the paper?
Not yet.
Is it urgent?
- What?
The bar. Will you
have to close it?
We've asked the landlord
to wait a little longer.
Have you told your husband?
And what did he say?
It would be terrible to lose it.
Give me that handkerchief.
He told you to do whatever
you want, didn't he?
- Going out?
- Yes.
- Where are you going?
- Nowhere.
- Here.
- I don't want it.
- Goodbye.
- Goodbye.
He gave the cat some milk this morning.
And I wanted to fix myself
a hot chocolate.
Don't complain, you always
forget to drink your milk.
- When do you think it started?
- What are you talking about?
- He's changed.
- Changed?
- He's stingy now.
- That's understandable.
He's bitter because he's jobless.
I don't think so. I don't
think it's that at all.
What, if not that?
Remember that night he
came home drunk?
It was in May.
That's when it started.
Sister, your husband read your diary.
That's the reason.
I'm sure.
The day before I had
gone up to his room.
He said: "Mariko, what
are you doing here?
And hastily hid the
book he was reading.
It was a yellow book.
How do you know it's my diary?
Yes, I'm sure it
was your diary.
You haven't read it, have you?
Why did you read my diary?
It's a sin!
I wanted to know what
you did at my age.
I don't care, it's
just an old diary.
Besides, I did nothing wrong,
why should I worry?
But, what would your husband
think of Hiroshi?
- What could he think?
- You walked with him in the snow.
You loved him, didn't you?
Why didn't you marry him?
I didn't know.
When I realized I loved him,
I was already engaged to Mimura.
You could have canceled the engagement.
Perhaps, but Hiroshi was


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