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Sanmon Sonohigurashi was a Japanese antique dealer who owned an emporium on Street 2 Kado known as the Hall of Discard. One day, at the resturant La Quantos, he met a soldier named Taizou Uzukumaru. Unknown to him, Taizou stole his koban because he was poor. While he was looking under the table, Sonohigurashi heard a gunshot and turned around to see what appeared to be a young man who just shot a British man.
Sonohigurashi was a witness to the trial of the incident. Satoru Hosonaga ordered him and Taizou not reveal the British woman there at the time to keep the bonds between their country and the Great British empire. The defendant, Ryūnosuke Naruhodō, not only exposed the theft of Sonohigurashi's koban but also revealed that the British woman killed the man. Naturally, Sonohigurashi was furious at Taizou. During an arguemtn after the trial, they sat on a bench where Naruhodō wanted to look for his missing armband. The two men hear about how Kazuma Asōgi first met Naruhodō and learn bad he is at tongue twisters. Afterwards, Sanmon Sonohigurashi was a witness to Taizou Uzukumaru's trial regarding his stolen koban.
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