“Urashima Taro, it gives me the highest pleasure to welcome you to my father’s kingdom,” said the Princess. “Yesterday you set free a tortoise, and I have sent for you to thank you for saving my life, for I was that tortoise.
Urashima Tarō climbed on to the turtle’s back. The turtle dove into the sea. Deeper and deeper they went, all the way to the bottom. They approached a splendid palace. A beautiful young princess named Otohime emerged from the palace and welcomed Tarō to Ryūgū. Inside the palace, fish swam to and fro throughout the great hall.
Urashima Taro is one of the Ryugu (Dragon Palace) legends which appear all over Japan. It is also a Japanese setsuwa (folk tale), and the name of the main character within it. Summary The outline of the plot, which is widely known in Japan today, is as follows. Urashima Taro, a fisherman, happened to see children treating a turtle cruelly.
“Well, Mr. Tortoise,” said Urashima, “was it you who called my name just now?” The tortoise nodded its head several times and said: “Yes, it was I. Yesterday in your honorable shadow (o kage sama de) my life was saved, and I have come to offer you my thanks and to tell you how grateful I am for your kindness to me.”
Urashima Tarō. (film) Urashima Tarō (浦島太郎) is a Japanese animated film produced by Seitaro Kitayama in 1918. The film is an adaptation of a folk tale Urashima Tarō about a fisherman traveling to an underwater world on a turtle. It premiered in February 1918, making it one of the earliest anime films.
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