Yama was anxiously waiting for the divine pills to arrive.
He was so eager to get his hands on the pills that he had instructed his family to arrange an ambulance to send him to the airport.
The Tokugawa family was indeed influential in Jetroina. Not only did they have their private plane, but they also had a high-end lounge in their private hangar, where Yama and Mina, his daughter, hung out while waiting for the divine pills.
Mina's beauty was comparable to that of Haruko, but the former was not trained as a fighter. Mina, who was Yama's only daughter, had been helping his father manage his pharmaceutical company since she was at a young age.
But when she hit twenty-two years old, some of the family members had suggested that the men should take over the business, whereas the women should handle menial chores.
They had intentionally made this move to prevent Mina from having absolute control over the Tokugawa business because they knew she would get married in the future.