Yeah, when Cyouni mentioned 'the island' I sorta took that to mean Rokkenjima + Niijima. Either way, she didn't have much socialization off Rokkenjima.
I didn't know how long mandatory education in Japan was, but I'm not surprised to hear she dropped out early. Then again, how closely does Fukuin/the Ushiromiyas really care about Japanese law? What does it say about using orphans as servants in the first place? And yes, I know most of the servants are older, Sayo was an exception, and they're well-paid + the experience helps them later in life. I'm just curious about the legality of it in general.
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