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A futakuchi-onna (二口女) is a type of yokai from Japanese folklore that is in the form of a woman with two mouths: one normal mouth, and one big mouth on the back of her head. ((((;゜Д゜))) Full Story: www.

Futakuchi Onna a.k.a. "The Two-mouthed Woman"

A futakuchi-onna (二口女) is a type of yokai from Japanese folklore that is in the form of a woman with two mouths: one normal mouth, and one big mouth on the back of her head. ((((;゜Д゜))) Full Story: www.facebook.com/JapanLoverMe Art by Little Miss Paintbrush ♥ Sharing the Worldwide JapanLove ♥ www.japanlover.me ♥ www.instagram.com/JapanLoverMe

japanloverme: “ Our ‪ for today is about one of our favorites (and also as you requested), the kitsune (fox). Ever witnessed rainfall on a sunny day? Kitsune no yomeiri is when the.

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‎JapanLoverMeYōkai‬ ~Kitsune~

Happy Girls Day from Japan!

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Today, Japan celebrates Hinamatsuri! (✿´‿`) Happy Girls’ Day!! (◕▽◕✿) www.japanlover.me www.instagram.com/JapanLoverMe Art by littlemisspaintbrush ♥

✿ The Tale of the Crane Wife (Tsuru Nyōbō) ✿ むかしむかし, there was a poor man who was a woodcutter. One day, he came across a crane which got caught in a hunter’s trap. Out of pity, he help it to get out from the trap. When the crane was released, it.

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✿ The Tale of the Crane Wife (Tsuru Nyōbō) ✿ むかしむかし, there was a poor man who was a woodcutter. One day, he came across a crane which got caught in a hunter’s trap. Out of pity, he help it to get out from the trap. When the crane was released, it...

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968 Likes, 5 Comments - TokyoTreat (@tokyotreat) on Instagram: “Happy Oshogatsu (New Years) everybody! People in Japan believe that a proper beginning to the year…”

Japan celebrates Setsubun, or the "Bean-throwing Festival". It signals the start of Spring, thus it is also called the "Seasonal Division". Art by Little Miss Paintbrush

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http://japanlover.me/cool/?p=3184 Today, Japan celebrates Setsubun, or the “Bean-throwing Festival”. It signals the start of Spring, thus it is also called the “Seasonal Division”. In Japan, Spring...

Tokyobling's Blog Asakusa Kaminariren – Sakurabashi Hanamatsuri

Tokyobling's Blog Asakusa Kaminariren – Sakurabashi Hanamatsuri

Our むかしむかし of the day is about the heroic tale of Momotarō (The Peach Boy)! This story is a favorite bedtime story in Japan, because it teaches children that there can be good karma in being brave. (‐^▽^‐)ᕗ The story goes like this: むかしむかし, there was. Japanese Kanji, Japanese Words, Hiragana, Chihiro Y Haku, Chibi, Japanese Legends, Boys Day, Japanese Language Learning, Kawaii Doodles

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Our むかしむかし of the day is about the heroic tale of Momotarō (The Peach Boy)! This story is a favorite bedtime story in Japan, because it teaches children that there can be good karma in being brave. (‐^▽^‐)ᕗ The story goes like this: むかしむかし, there was...

One of the usual summer activities in Japan is scary story-telling! The “chilling experience” brought by these tales about yōkai (ghosts), sometimes more comical than scary, provides an unusual.

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Chōchin obake (提灯お化け paper lantern ghost)

Happy “Respect for the Aged Day” today!

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Happy “Respect for the Aged Day” today!

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聖蹟桜ヶ丘の満開の桜並木の下で粋に踊る阿波おどり団体、ひょっとこ連の写真