I recall the case of two evangelists in the employ of the Kumamoto station.
What Kumamoto is religiously, I have not yet been able to find out.
I well remember the shock I received when I discovered, not far from my home in Kumamoto, an insane man kept in a cage.
When at Kumamoto he told her that he had "found a pleasant place."
After the lapse of a certain amount of time Hearn gradually became more reconciled to Kumamoto.
Did not receive the other papers you spoke of—probably they were stolen in Kumamoto.
It is a curious fact that nearly the same story is told in Kumamoto, in regard to Kat Kiyomasa.
My old Kumamoto pupils invited me to a meeting, and I made a speech to them.
He was still in Kumamoto when Japan went to war with China, and his record of the emotion of the people is full of interest.
The most famous of them were those of Mito, Chosiu, Kumamoto, and others belonging to great lords.