|Presented by Culture Project
Inspired by Bunraku, Japanese traditional puppet theater
Based on the 1931 Newbery Award-winning children's book by Elizabeth Coatsworth, this delightful tale is about the intertwined fates of a struggling Japanese artist, his housekeeper, a Buddhist priest from the local temple and an inspirational cat named Good Fortune. The story's timeless message of compassion for all beings resonates with people of all ages.
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