Japanese Folklore The Story of Love & Reincarnation
by Xenohikawa Sabrina
She had a tiny mole on the side of her snowy neck. This was her sole and distinguishing blemish. Tama, the Jewel, proved a gifted child. She acquired reading and the writing of hieroglyphics with remarkable facility, and in all her studies was in advance of girls of her own age. She danced with grace, and sang and played the koto enchantingly, and she was also accomplished in the arts of flower.