Destiny: The Tale of Kamakura is based on the 30-year-old manga Kamakura Monogatari about Isshiki Nasakazu (Masato Sakai) - a mysterious story writer who loves wearing traditional costumes, he lives with his young wife Akiko (Mitsuki Takahata). in Kamakura, Japan. The Isshiki Nasakazu has many other interests such as railway model collection, plastic and antiquity models, crime research and the investigation of supernatural phenomena. One day, Isshiki Nazakazu is approached to investigate a murder involving a rich man suspected of being carried out by supernatural powers. Akiko, who recently moved to Kamakura, realized that there were a lot of supernatural creatures, but the locals here didn't find that out of the ordinary. Isshiki Masakazu and Akiko solve mysterious incidents around him.
When young Akiko married mysterious author Masakazu Isshiki and moved with him to Kamakura, her way of life became a constant source of wonder.
A simple walk through the streets allows her to come into contact with supernatural creatures such as spirits, goblins, ghosts and reaper without darkness.
When Akiko learned very quickly, Kamakura was a place where humans and non-humans coexist harmoniously.
The Isshiki mansion also hosts a parade of other ancient villagers, such as Kin, a maid who could actually be 130 years old; Masakazu, Honda's unbelievable publisher; and even an entity that attracts poverty.
Although Akiko's bridal lifestyle is not quite what she imagined, she is still very interesting.
One morning, Masakazu woke up to find Akiko missing.
The only trace of her was an emotional letter to her husband ...
Looks like Akiko had an unfortunate accident, she died and escaped into the underworld.
Losing his wife, for the first time Masakazu realized how much he loved her. In order to bring Akiko back to life, he decides to travel to the underworld on his own.
What awaits Masakazu are supernatural creatures that are married to his wife and another he realizes ...
The fate of the desperate Isshikis will finally be revealed.
Masato Sakai, Mitsuki Takahata, Shinichi Tsutsumi, Sakura Andô, Min Tanaka, Tamao Nakamura, Mikako Ichikawa, Tsuyoshi Muro, Jun Kaname, Koji Ookura, Hiroshi Kanbe, Jun Kunimura, Arata Furuta, Mayu Tsuruta, Hiroko Yakushimaru, Kazuko Yoshiyuki, Isao Hashizume, Tomokazu Miura, Sari Awano