Welcome to the first book from the Takamagahara Monogatari series.
Kogitsune is a retelling of Kokaji, a Noh Theatre play from Japan, about a famous swordsmith helped by the Inari God to forge a special sword for Emperor Ichijo (980-1011) which will be called “Kogitsune-maru”.
You can read the Noh play here:
I wrote the stories as “historical fantasy,” with influences from Japanese mythology and folklore, and combined them with my love for BL and Yaoi. That means the Takamagahara Monogatari series depicts love stories between two men. However, none of these love stories are written as “romance,” so beware.
Hope you enjoy Kogitsune.
Italian Translation by Cristina Massaccesi | https://cristinamassaccesi.com
Part 1 — https://xiaxiastorylake.com/takamagaharamonogatari/kogitsune-takamagahara-monogatari-book-1/kogitsune1/
Part 2 — https://xiaxiastorylake.com/takamagaharamonogatari/kogitsune-takamagahara-monogatari-book-1/kogitsune-2/
Part 3 — https://xiaxiastorylake.com/takamagaharamonogatari/kogitsune-takamagahara-monogatari-book-1/kogitsune-3/
Part 4 — https://xiaxiastorylake.com/takamagaharamonogatari/kogitsune-takamagahara-monogatari-book-1/kogitsune-4/
Part 5 — https://xiaxiastorylake.com/takamagaharamonogatari/kogitsune-takamagahara-monogatari-book-1/kogitsune-5/
Part 6 — https://xiaxiastorylake.com/takamagaharamonogatari/kogitsune-takamagahara-monogatari-book-1/kogitsune-6/
BONUS – https://xiaxiastorylake.com/takamagaharamonogatari/kogitsune-takamagahara-monogatari-book-1/kogitsune-bonus/
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