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Onmyoji Abe no Seimei (陰陽師☆安部晴明~王都妖奇譚~)

The capital city of Heian (now known as Kyoto) was troubled by civil unrest. Worrying of what is in store for his kingdom, the emperor holds an "Onmyo festival" to learn of the city's fortune. Inside the shrine within the Seiryo chamber are a group of nobles. Among them are the Minister of the Left, Fujiwara no Masayuki, and his elder brother, the Minister of the Right, Fujiwara no Mitsuhiro. The Onmyoji are telling the future by reading signs they see from where the evil spirits are, the weather, the calendar, and Feng Shi. Mitsuhiro asks, "what can be seen by reading the movement of the stars?" The imperial Onmyoji, Yasunori, however, only gives an incoherent answer. --Fuji TV (Source: Drama Wiki)

drama - 5 Total episodes | Fuji TV | 2002
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