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This is a story of some great thinkers and the fervent revolutionaries who tried to change the world with a wild ideal but failed halfway.
They threw themselves wholehearted into the grand drama of Socialist Revolution, but didn't get what they wanted, after all.
It is true that a few socialist states were founded, but the reality of those countries was far from the ideal, and in less than a hundred years they collapsed, one after the other.
Consequently, these losers were driven out of their own countries, and they finally landed in the easygoing capital of a far eastern island, Tokyo, Japan, which has neither ideology nor religion.
They now reduced to poverty and broken dream, were living simply here in Akabane, Tokyo's northern extreme, across the river from Saitama.
It would be peaceful, and boring compared to their historical heyday.
Anyway, let's begin.