Asakusa described in Asakusagurenaidan is a city polluted with the smoke of evil, and crowded with beggars, vagabonds, and prostitutes. However, we can find here the hope to reconstruct the city ruined by the earthquake. In this city two girls, Yumiko and Haruko, are leading their lives, with Yumiko as a major figure in the first part of the novel and Haruko as a major figure in its second part.Yumiko, shocked at the unhappiness of her elder sister abandoned by her lover at the time of earthquake, is determined to live as a male, not as a female and lead a male life. But her deep consciousness urges her to recover her feminine nature. Yumiko disappears from the scene after the poisonous kiss to Akaki, and she is displaced by Haruko, who emerges as a feminine female figure. Haruko is confirmed her fate as her destiny, but Asakusa transforms her destiny into the fate to be regulated. Her determination to lead a life of fate to be regulated makes her lead a life of absolute femininity. Asakusa in Asakusagurenaidan is a world where the ships of the Yumiko and the Haruko make fresh voyages over, with the Yumiko in the first part of voyage and the Haruko in the second. Asakusagurenaidan is a story of sailing of the two small ships builded in the shipyard of Asakusa over the stormy ocean of Asakusa.