The play inspired by Akutagawa Ryunosuke’s two short stories “Nose” and “Dragon”.
日本奈良興福寺的惠印和尚，鼻子特長特大，據說因此而有預知能力，令外地到來參拜的信眾大增，鎮內遊覽、手信業大旺。不過當他把鼻子打掉後，其過人能力也「被失效」，鎮民怨聲載道。某天，鎮內猿澤池旁出現一神秘木牌，上寫「三月三日將有龍在此升天」，當鎮民半信半疑之際，怪事接連出現 — 龍令女子懷胎，龍在池內翻騰, 龍召回魚群，龍報夢少女 ….. 全鎮生態、鎮民心態都徹底改變。惠印和尚力證龍之虛假，險被拳打腳踢。三月三日即將來臨，四方八面湧來的旅客，亢奮而近乎歇斯底里地等待見證奇蹟的一刻 !
The play is inspired by Akutagawa Ryunosuke’s two short stories “Nose” and “Dragon”.
Hui-Yin, the monk, who has such a big nose, is said to have the power of foresight. As he attempts to make his nose smaller, his power becomes “invalidated”.
One day, Hui-Yin unintentionally (or maybe intentionally) tell the villagers that there will be a dragon flying to heaven. The villagers are so convinced that their mentality and even the ecology of the town are completely changed!