Nasso Nakado, a Japanese of high birth, is living on Magdalena Bay, Mexico, disguised as a fisherman. Taro Kamura, another distinguished subject of the Mikado, is sent as special envoy to arrange with General Gomez for land concessions. He and Nakado work together on the proposition and succeed in securing the promise of the land in return for arms and ammunition. In the meantime, San Toy, Nakado's beautiful daughter, secretly has been posing for an American artist, Tom Wright, with whom she has fallen in love. He learns through her the secrets of the Japanese. Taro Kamura meets San Toy and wishes to marry her. She rejects him however, and one day he follows her to the American's tent. Wright sees the Mikado's envoys at night unloading a ship filled with ammunition and rifles, which they store in the Japanese Christian mission. He enlists the help of Bill Davis, another American, and with the co-operation of some miners they blow up the mission. Kamura tells Nakado and the Mexican ...
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