One Piece Chapter 927
O-Toko, The Kamuro
While in the river, Garp competes with a bear for salmon!!.
The bear seems to be in front but Garp stopped the bear from advancing. He grabs the face of the bear with his left hand alone and made the bear roars in anger. The setup looks more like happened somewhere in the forest and vast wide river of Dawn Island in East Blue, where luffy and ace grew up. (FRONTISPIECE REQUEST)
While Sanji's business have boom its market, Robin, Franky, and Ussop had a VIP access to taste Sanji's special soba. Suddenly, a group of men appeared, from Kyoshiro Clan, the three known as Kaku + Kuni + Suke. They are demanding Sanji to pay up tax for his business in Flower Capital. Soon a ruckus erupted, spoiling every soba that Sanji had prepared. Sanji was furious, he and franky engaged these men but the other guy was able to escaped the scene. As a result, their customers fled away from the incident just not to get themselves envolve of the problem. However, A little weird kid did not run away but perhaps smiling even after her bowl was spilled down from the hands of these foolish men. Her name was O-Toko (Originally Toko but adds O- for its traditional purposes), everyone laughed since "otoko" means man but the little kid was a girl. After that, Suddenly, O-Toko realized that shes already late for "Courtesans"' procession and shes a part of it as "Kamuro" (Courtesans = Top Idols, Kamuro = waits on a courtesans). Just near the place, as the procession goes on, some of the men fall on their knees after witnessing the Courtesans' beauty, her name is Lady Komurasaki.
Putting that aside, the other man who escape from Sanji's wrath reports the commotion happened in the flower capital to Kyoshiro, but he seems to be a little busy to entertain such trouble, so he suggested to contact Queen instead.
In the castle of the Flower Capital, a silhouette of a man reporting an update of the courtesans. A shadow that has a number of serpent heads pretty much Lord Orochi, excitedly responded, and may have plan something for Komurasaki.