Ganbare Goemon: "Seikuushi Dainamaittu Arawaru!!":
Goemon and Ebisumaru tea house scene translation

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Once you beat Ebisumaru's first boss, he finally runs into Goemon.

SDA tea house 2
Ebisumaru: {Hohee! Goemon-han!!}
『ほ へっ! ゴエモンはん!!
Ebisumaru: {Hey! Goemon!!}

SDA tea house 2
Goemon: {Ebisumaru ja nee ka!

Goemon: {Well, if it isn’t Ebisumaru!

 Nani yattenda, konna tokoro de?
なにやってんだ, こんなところで?
How did you manage to end up in this place, too?

 Goemon to Ebisumaru wa, tagaini ima made no dekigoto o hanashita...
ゴエモンとエビス丸は, たがいに今 までのできごとをはなした...
Narrator: And so, Goemon and Ebisumaru, having been separated up till now, discussed the current incident...

SDA tea house 1
Goemon: {Subete, sono dainamaittu tokaiu yatsu no shiwazatte kotoka!
全 て,そのダイナマイッツとかいうやつのしわざってことか!
Goemon: {It seems the general consensus is maybe that Dynamites guy caused all this to happen. I think that's right!

 Koushicha, irare nee! Oedo hagure machi ni, isoguze!
, い られねえ! 大江戸はぐれ町に, いそぐぜ!
We can't go on like this! We've got to hurry on to Hagure Town!!

 Ebisumaru: {Sono maeni, wate dango o... kyurururu;}
エビス丸『そのまえに, わてだんごを...キュルルル;
Ebisumaru: {But before that, I need some sweet dumplings...; *stomach growling sound is heard*}

 {Goemon} to {Ebisumaru} no kyara chenji ga, kanou ni natta! (Poozu naka ni, chenji dekiruzo)
『ゴエモン』と『エビス丸』のキャラチェ ンジが, かのうになった! (ぽず中に, チェンジできるぞ)
Narrator: Now it’s possible to change between {Goemon} and {Ebisumaru}! (You can do this if the game is paused)

[End of the second tea house scene]

Coming up next, Goemon will fight the third boss.


'Narrator' is a character which is only referred to only in context, the name 'Narrator' is not mentioned
in the Japanese. I decided to state their presence here merely for clarity.
There is a 'sweatdrop' symbol in the text after Ebisumaru's stomach growls, indicating his embarrassment
about being so hungry while Japan is under attack. Font limitations meant I had to represent this with
a semicolon instead.
'Sweet dumplings' are called 'dango'- which also happens to be the word which we see on the banner
outside the teahouse. Apparently, dango is the main attraction in there.

+updated 02-07-2009+

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