投稿日：2009-08-30 SunA story of Japanese woman who experienced Bauhaus art and love romance in Berlin, early 1930's when Nazis came to power.
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After the dinner she asked Peter to be alone with her in a room. Peter agreed and the two were alone in a room in the building to be isolated from other party attendees. It was a small guest room.
"What is going on, Masako?" Peter asked her. He wondered why she took him to the room and her face became so serious, not seemed very pleasant.
"Peter, if you are trying to come on to me, please try not have me with that gentleman."
"What? Who is "gentleman" you are talking about?"
Peter reacted surprisingly.
"Captain Rohm? I do not understand."
"I know you do. You have relationship with him. You love him and he loves you. I am certain because I have similar experience." Masako said with confidence.
Peter kept silence for a while, and then changed his attitude.
"You have similar experience. You mean, back in Japan?" asked Peter.
"Yes, with my ex-husband. He had relationship with his sworn brother" said Masako recalling her bitter memory.
"Sworn brother? having relationship, what kind?" Peter was excited to hear her story.
Masako started to read her memory.
Last year Masako got married to an imperial navy's officer, Yoshio Togo. Although it was arranged marriage by the couple's parents, she was very happy because Yoshio was very handsome gentle, and intelligent man. He was from noble family. Masako never had any problem sharing life with him. But one thing changed her life.
It was a hot summer day. When she came home alone, expecting no one was at home because she heard her husband went out for days on duty and she told him that she would visit her parents house. Her housemaids got holidays because no one stayed home. She actually came back to her house earlier than scheduled.
She went to the bed room to take a nap being tired of hot and humid weather. As she approached the bedroom where she and Yoshio shared,
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