It was natural that Kawakubo and Yamamoto wanted to show their works in Paris to get a good evaluation, good or bad.
Imagine if Roosevelt had said that in the spring of 1942 about Admiral Yamamoto.
So I gave Yamamoto the address of a leading missionary, which I had easily secured from mine host, the hotel man.
The yen looked tempting, but Yamamoto wouldn't play the game.
It may be that he was the same individual as Yamamoto Fujinobu, who has already been mentioned as Shigenaga's pupil.
I paid off Ushi, and made a deal with Yamamoto to go home and write me the story of his life.
At the village of Yamamoto yonder, ten furlongs further, you will find a good inn.