YUKI ONNA

Rabu, 25 Juli 2018



Yuki-Onna is more precisely referred to a silvery or snowy woman. This Japanese Ghost is a formidable beautiful silver compound that kills the youth who are attracted to her. Yuki-Onna in the Japanese legend was finally thawed by the warmth of a young man named Mokhisi.

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KASABAKE



Kasabake is a Japanese ghost with an eye on an umbrella with one eye and an outstretched tongue. The support is one foot (umbrella handle) wearing wooden sandals. This Japanese ghost likes to fly when it rains. It is said Kasabake likes to play with small children.

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NUKEKUBI



Nukekubi, in Chinese, means a removable neck, almost the same as the Japanese rokurokubi ghost. In the daytime, it can become a common human and assimilate with society, but at night the head of nekukebi can be separated from its body. Once separated from his body, the Japanese ghost's head can fly to search for humans. This separate head will scream and bite the victim. In a separate state, the Japanese ghost body of this nukekubi becomes an inanimate object. In some legends, if the head of this Japanese ghost cannot find his body until sunrise, then the nukekubi will die.

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ROKUROKUBI



Rokurokubi is a man who gets punished for breaking the taboos in Buddhism. In the daytime, Japanese ghosts seem like ordinary people; they can mingle with the community, some even have a husband. But at night, their necks are elongated, and their faces can turn creepy.

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ZASHIKI WARASHI



Zashiki Warashi is a Japanese ghost that tangles children who are often naughty rather than harmful. This Japanese ghost can also be called Zashiki-bokko. Zashiki can be interpreted as a home floor coverings or tatami while Warashi is a ghost of children. The appearance of Japanese ghost Zashiki Warashi is like a child about 5 or 6 years old. Cropped and red-faced. If in Indonesia this ghost is called tuyul. Usually, these Japanese ghosts roam around the house and seek attention in various ways, such as leaving footprints on the floor or suddenly sitting on a futon.

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FUNA YUUREI








Funa Yuurei is a Japanese ghost from humans who died in the middle of the ocean. These Japanese ghosts usually show themselves to passengers aboard and pretend to ask for help from the passengers, after which they will reverse the vessel so that all passengers die.

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UBUME



Ubume is a Japanese ghost figure in the form of a woman who died during pregnancy (then gave birth in the grave) leaving the baby still and the ghost is always back to take care of her child with candy. In Indonesia, this ghost is similar to Kuntilanak or Sundel Bolong.

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