Hitori Mura was an ancient and isolated mining village in the Naishou province, the ancient seat of the Yamataru tribe which predated the Fall of the Kami. The people of this village would prefer to avoid dealing with the capital, Toshi no Naishou, but commerce between the two settlements was inevitable. [1]

The Solitary Village Edit

A few steep narrow paths connected the village to the rest of the , which laid on a mountain's flank. Many of the streets had stairs built into them. Sturdy houses made of wood and stone withstood the strong winds and heavy snows common in the area. The poorest villagers lived together in a few large communal houses. Villagers were especially secretive people and never shared information with outsiders if it could be avoided. The pious villagers built small stone shrines all through Hitori Mura.

Mines Edit

People worked the copper and the iron mines, which had their entrances located above the village. The copper mine, called the “red mine”, was the older of the two. A small underground river run through the lowest parts of it. The iron mine, known as the “gray mine”, mostly a single vertical shaft with extensive tunnels at its bottom, notoriously more prone to accidents than the red one. [2]

Known Headmen Edit


  1. Naishou Province, pp. 19, 38
  2. Naishou Province, pp. 38-39

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