|It means 'Peony Lantern'.|
One day, Hagiwara Shinzaburou, a young samurai, met a beautiful girl named Otsuyu. Though Otsuyu fell in love with Shinzaburou at first sight, she was dead a few days after. Otsuyu can't forget Shinzaburou, so she visited to him night and night with her nurse Oyone. Firstly, Shinzaburou didn't know she was ghost. But he became thin, his friends tell him, "If you see a ghost after this, you will die.". Shinzaburou covered the wall of his house a talisman, So Otsuyu's ghost couldn't enter his house. But Banzou and his wife Omine, who are Shinzaburou's neighbor, aproached her with proposal. "I may tear off a talisman, if you will give me big money.". So Otsuyu gave him money, and could meet Shinzaburou again. Of course, Shinzaburou was dead this night.
This story's original is Chinese ghost story. In 1862-64, San'yuutei Enchou I adapted it to a storytelling named "kaidan Botan dourou", and it get popular in Japan.