Tuesday, March 22, 1921 Hara’s wife Asa returned to Tokyo.

On Tuesday, March 22, 1921, Prime Minister Hara’s wife, Asa, returned home to the main residence in Shiba Park. Asa had developed severe rheumatism in September last year and had been recuperating at Shuzenji hot spring since December, but on March 10 she returned to the Hara’s villa in Koshigoe, and on the same day returned to the main residence in Tokyo. He returned to the villa in Koshigoe on March 10, and returned to his main residence in Tokyo on the same day. Hara wrote, “Although I still have some trouble, I am almost completely recovered.

On November 10, 1896, Hara took the opportunity of his wife Sadako’s trip to Kyoto to separate from her and move toward divorce. On November 23, his mother Ritsu moved to Hara’s house in Shiba Koen, Tokyo, where she stayed for about five years until returning to her old home in Motomiya Village, Morioka in October 1901. On December 22, he brought Asano Kanno, a geisha he had known for three years, to his house in Shiba Koen to meet Ritsu and others. On December 22, he brought Asano Kanno, a geisha he had known for three years, to his house in Shiba Koen to meet Ritsu and others. (omission) In the end, Sadako did not agree to the divorce until November 1905, so Asa supported Hara as his de facto wife until then. (omission) In the end, Sadako did not agree to the divorce until November 1905, and Asa supported Hara as his de facto wife until then.

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