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During the early years of the 20th century, the lives and fortunes of the aristocratic Japanese Hayato family decline dramatically.
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Hayato un rico samurai japonés, adopta a Nagayuki , a quien educa según las antiguas enseñanzas y más tarde casa con su hija, Tomiko. soplan nuevos vientos, y Hayato cuyo honor le prohíbe hablar de dinero, pierde todos sus bienes. anclado en el mundo irreal del pasado, envía patéticamente a Nagayuki a América a hacer fortuna, armado tan sólo de su espada de samurai y de costosos kimono. Samurai recrea una insólita historia de amor ambientada en un periodo crucial en la historia social de Japón:el del paso de este país agrícola y ancestral al Japón moderno que hoy conocemos. ( )
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