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One sheet (333mm x 485mm) of Nishinouti （west inside） is two sheets of
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and Ibaragi Doji」
- It is said that when Tsuna Watanabe passed by on the Ichijo Return Bridge in Kyoto, a beautiful woman was at a loss for directions.
When Tsuna Watanabe puts the beauty on his horse, the beauty suddenly turns into a demon, grabs Tsuna Watanabe by the hair, and tries to take him away to Atagoyama (a mountain in present-day Ukyo-ku, Kyoto).
However, Tsuna Watanabe is said to have escaped the difficulty by calmly slashing the arm of a beautiful woman who had become a demon with the famous sword "Beard Cut".
- Speaking of the Ichijo return bridge, there is a famous story that Seimei Abe kept a demon under the bridge.
It is not certain if Tsuna Watanabe knew about the story, but it is said that he showed the arm of the demon he had cut off after the battle to Seimei Abe and consulted with him.
Seimei said, "The demon is sure to come back to get his arm, so shut up in the house for seven days, make sure no one enters the house during that time, and make a purification ceremony.
- Just as Seimei Abe said, the Ibaraki Doji appears to regain his arm and tries to enter with all kinds of hands, but due to the power of the talisman that Seimei Abe put on him, he is unable to enter the residence.
On the evening of the seventh day, as Tsuna Watanabe was continuing his last mourning, Tsuna Watanabe's aunt from the country of Settsu (a ritsuryo-rule country that spanned part of present-day Osaka and part of Hyogo Prefecture) came to his residence.
However, Tsuna Watanabe did not allow his aunt to enter the residence when she came to visit him, explaining the circumstances of his continued mourning.
- When Tsuna Watanabe gives her the arm, she suddenly changes into the form of a demon, jumps up with the chopped off arm, and disappears into the sky, breaking through the hafuta (crossed boards at the edge of the roof).
In other words, the Ibaraki Doji was disguised as her aunt.