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Letter to Souya
Last time, you asked with so much interest about the song I keep singing to myself.
It's called the Tsukimori Uta.
I'm sure you noticed through the song, but I belong to the Tsukimori clan.
Now that the Tsukimori clan no longer exists, neither do their rules and taboos.
Only the old Gesshou Machine still remains on the island.
I had no intention of hiding it.
The Tsukimori clan was seen as one who never talked to other people, never came into contact with other people and hated dealing with them. That is not how I wanted you to think of me.
Before I marry into the Yomotsuki family, I write this letter because I want you to know:
From ancient times, the islanders thought of the moon as the bodily form of souls.
And so they worshipped the place where the soul comes from, and where it returns to.
There are times when the moon is full, and others where it is waning.
The Tsukimori maidens performed the Lunar Melody, matching it to the moon's appearance and protecting the people.
According to the lore of the Tsukimori clan, each person carries his or her own Lunar Melody. It is a faint sound, but just like the vibration frequency of a crystal, it remains the same throughout one's life.
One person's Lunar Melody alone is weak. That is why it was taught that it needs to be sounded out in unison.
If you and I can make our Lunar Melody sound together, there is nothing in the world that would make me happier.