The story of the game is the same as “The Men of Yoshiwara” for the smartphone version.
– “Kenji” of the PS Vita version is not included.
– “Hayabusa” of the smartphone app version is included.

“Main & Sub scenarios” of the smartphone version that have been released till October 2015 are included.

Illustration of events for the PS Vita has been added.

There is no voice for characters .

– What is “The Men of Yoshiwara”?
This is a popular romance game for women.

– The Story
A closed island where baby boys are not born…
A unique culture that is completely different from the mainland has been flourishing on the island. In the middle of the island, there is a district where men are gathered.
Some women just want children.
Others are looking for love.
Knowingly deceived by a lie, and deceived in return, all in a single night’s dream.
At the end, to whom is it that you will be talking of love?

– The Guys
Kikura’s proud courtesan boasts that there is not a single thing that he cannot obtain. From the age of 8, he grew up in the post-town area of the Yoshiwara district.

A blond haired boy of a foreign bloodline. Just until the other day was in the top requested, but when a female customer attempted to kidnap him he made a scene. As a punishment, he was moved to Takao’s attendant to retrain his skills.

An equal to Takao, a proud courtesan of the Kikuya. He is skilled at fencing, sword dancing, classic calligraphy and is first-rate in all things cultural at Yoshiwara.

Kagura’s attendant is pure and is still in training. He has a sharp tongue and does not dish words of flattery.

Certain cirmucstances lead to him to being sold to the Kikuya. His term of service is over but he is now the manager of the shop. He holds a very serious secret…

Hayabusa is the protagonist’s childhood friend everyone thought had disappeared, but he had secretly become a courtesan. He is serious and sincere.

– This Game is for You if…
You want to fall in love with hot men
You like romance novels, manga, or dramas
You like historical stories, like those set in the Edo, Meiji, and Taisho periods (late 1800s to early 1900s)
You like romance games

—Opening Song—
Music/Lyric: Maro
Singer: Ai Hisano

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