Asagimadara is such an impressive line. It's located on a big boulder, and independent of any other problem.
You start standing with a three finger pocket and a crimp. The first five moves are the crux of this problem and the second move to a far pocket is especially hard for me. After the crux, the next eight moves to a small ledge are easier, but since I tried it ground up, I couldn't predict holds and movement I should do. Actually, holds were dirty and I fell from this section two times. The top out is very easy, but it was also dirty and I felt nervous.
I took five days to climb this problem. Tokio Muroi made the first ascent of this amazing problem without boulderingpads.