Japanese - A blind maiden. She fell in love with Komagawa and when her parents tried to make her marry a man she did not love, she ran away. She looked for Komagawa and, failing to find him, cried so much that she became blind. She earned a living by singing in a tea-house and here Komagawa found her again. The owner of the tea-house committed suicide so that his liver could be used to cure Asagao's blindness. With her sight restored, Asagao searched again for Komagawa. She finally found him and they were married. On occassion, called Asagao.

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