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"Nobunaga ate weight loss stew on the day of the Honnō-ji Incident. Weight and stew rhyme with eight and two, so that's 1582."

Tsumugi Tamaori struggles to keep her eyes open while working her way through a particularly dense part of Japanese history after class.
It's not her fault she can't remember anything about history
—it's all just names and numbers.

"I'm just glad I wasn't born in the Sengoku period,"
she mutters to herself, noting that every mention of this period
in her textbook is accompanied by stories of gruelling battles.

...And that is the last thought that swirls through Tsumugi's mind as she feels her eyes close.
When she awakes, she finds herself in the middle of a burning temple—Honnō-ji.

There, she encounters a bearded old man who calls himself Nobunaga Oda.
Handing her a blade, he offers the only way out—"You'll use it to fight if you don't want to die."
Although Tsumugi can't be certain that this is the real Nobunaga Oda from her history books, it doesn't seem like he's been on a diet of weight loss stew...

Clutching the sword in her hand, Tsumugi finds herself surrounded by hordes of enraged skeletons.
But this isn't the fake sword she uses back home to spar with her grandfather in his dojo
—this is the real deal!

"I just have to fight, right? Well then, guess I'd better give it my all!"

June 21, 1582, the Honnō-ji Incident.
On the day Nobunaga Oda, hero of the Sengoku period,
was to breathe his final breath, he encounters a girl from the 21st century.
Will Japanese history be rewritten forever?


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