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- Tokyo University
Ieyasu College of Political Science, Tokyo University, District 65, Himawari Tokyo, Jiyuu III
Kinoshita Fusako, a small woman with shoulder-length straight black hair, meandered slowly through the campus that sat on the south-eastern corner of Himawari Tokyo's shoreline. She carried a parasol that was white on top with a reflective layer that had a pattern of tiled snowflake designs, each of which was distinct from the others, but was practically impossible to see except when it caught the light at just the right angle. The underside of the parasol also contained a hidden design, but it was completely invisible while Fusako held it upright. Fusako's clothing was much more eye-catching. Though it was basically a plain white kimono whose thin fabric clung to her surprisingly muscular figure, the material caught the bright light of Jiyuu's sun and powered passive projectors that cast sparkling white three-dimensional volumetrics of snowflakes cascading through the air around her. The effect made it look like there was a light blizzard localized entirely under her parasol.
Behind Fusako, Eldon, a tall Nepleslian man, followed her. He wore a plain shirt and black trousers under a grey jacket. Dark sunglasses concealed his eyes, which was useful to hide the object of his attention as he scanned the area around them. In his left hand, he held the handle of a white case with a hard shell that hovered silently behind him as he pulled it along. "I don't like how open this place is, Toji," he grumbled to her.
"I have nothing to fear, Eldon," Fusako replied as she continued to walk. "Why would a humble sake maker have anything to fear in Tokyo?"
"Respectfully, Toji," he murmured. "Yer a candidate fer Imperial Premier."
"While true, that is no reason to suspect I will be the target of some attack," Fusako refused to indulge the man's paranoia. "Until there is evidence of a credible threat, I will continue to act as any other citizen in this great Empire and enjoy my freedom to its fullest. Furthermore, you are not my bodyguard, just my assistant. If there were a credible threat, I would retain a security specialist, though you would be welcome to give your input on any candidates for that position."
Eldon grumbled again, but didn't say anything else.