According to legend, a nation in which a dragon appears is destined for prosperity. Finally a new dragon is born in the desert-covered empire Rahan, but…as a fragile young boy! Until the boy comes of age, the crown prince orders him hidden away in the depths of the palace. But one night, Suu, a lowly palace servant hoping to run away with his dear Nadan, stumbles upon an unexpected mystery… And so begins their tale of love, obsession… and desire.
Once upon a time, in the desert of the Rahan Empire a dragon blessed the land with rain and was worshiped as a symbol of reconstruction that brought new life to the country. The dragon dissappeared and the people waited for its return for over a hundred years. One day, news of a dragon’s offspring were spread. The crown prince is told to face the dragon, as people feared it was going to destroy them, but when he went to face it all he found was a child, a semi-god dragon child at that. A priest proposed for the child to always stay in a Shinto shrine in order to not be noticed by anyone. They would wait for the child to grow until it could transform into his original form. However, on the eve of the Dragon’s Festival, a young and beautiful boy, “Suu”, accidentally finds the kid in a barn… Time passes and Suu becomes the love interest of two men who look rather familiar to him…