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Asa is in critical condition!? Asa was going full throttle trying to establish a university for women to attend. But just what happened to her? This week’s round-up of ‘Here Comes Asa!’.

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Summaries of eagerly awaited episodes 115 – 120 of ‘Here Comes Asa’, currently showing on WAKUWAKU JAPAN.

Asa reads a piece of text written by Narusawa about female education. She is deeply moved. Narusawa speaks passionately about how Asa could establish Japan’s first university for women. Asa is intrigued. She prepares new clothing for Narusawa who is wearing a shabby Kimono, and takes action to fully understand female education.

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Asa begins to seeking to fund in order to establish the university. However, this is not an easy task. So she decides to go to Tokyo to get advice from Shigenobu Okuma, who has experience in founding a university.

When Asa arrives at Okuma’s residence, she is shown in by his wife Ayako, who leads her to Okuma himself. Asa speaks about the necessity of a university for women with great vigour. As he listens, Shigenobu Okuma then …

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When Asa returns to Osaka, Shinjiro and Eizaburo are waiting with angry expressions on their faces. And something terrible happens to Asa physically. She loses consciousness, is carried off to the hospital, and Shinjiro and their daughter Chiyo look over her with worry. The telegram that arrives for Hatsu in Wakayama says nothing but ‘asa critical condition’… In the middle of the night, as Shinjiro talks to Asa through his tears, Asa …

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Here Comes Asa!

Starring: Haru, Hiroshi Tamaki, Shinobu Terajima, Dean Fujioka. In late 19th century Japan, at a time when women were rarely in the limelight, there lived a colorful female entrepreneur, Asa, in the merchant city of Osaka. Asa worked hard not just to make money, but also to realize a world where everyone is happier than now.

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