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Japanese Folklore and Yokai - Hi no Tama
Japanese Folklore and Yokai - Hi no Tama
Japanese Folklore and Yokai - Hi no Tama
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Japanese Folklore and Yokai - Hi no Tama

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Through 130 short stories and testimonies, discover Japanese ghosts under a strange aspect: the fireball. This is called Hi no Tama, literally "ball of light/energy/fire".

Sometimes simple fireballs, sometimes the spirit of a person looking for something, the Hi no Tama is a Yokai that is an integral part of Japanese culture.

Through this book, you will understand all the complexity of minds in Japan. Why do they end up being malicious? What message do they want to deliver? Why do they display a red, bluish or orange color? So many mysteries to be solved thanks to these little tales and facts.

LinguaEnglish
Data di uscita14 nov 2020
ISBN9781393962595
Japanese Folklore and Yokai - Hi no Tama
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    Japanese Folklore and Yokai - Hi no Tama - kevin tembouret

    Preface

    After several months of research and writing, I can finally offer you my book on Hi no Tama!

    Japan has many stories of all kinds of creatures and ghosts. Among them, those concerning fireballs are quite frequent.

    Between the love stories that last after death and the ghostly apparitions, the Hi-no-Tama have not finished surprising us.

    130 stories and testimonials compiled in this book help to understand the importance of spirits in Japan.

    Every summer, the O-bon Matsuri (festival of the dead) allows the spirits to enjoy the festivities with their descendants. Even if the Japanese don't see them, it is a way for them to get together as a family to commemorate the memory of their ancestors.

    Hi-no-Tama sometimes appear during O-Bon Matsuri, but not only! At the death of a person, to indicate where a forgotten body is, to see a loved one one one last time, ... Many stories that reflect the richness of Japanese culture and the importance of the individual in the family.

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