Briefly describe three mythical figures in Japanese traditional belief - Briefly describe three mythical figures in Japanese traditional belief Japanese

Briefly describe three mythical figures in Japanese traditional belief

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Briefly describe three mythical figures in Japanese traditional belief Japanese have many mythical figures in their tradition, many harmless, a few just mischievous and other tragic. Three of the mythical figures in Japanese traditional belief include Kamaitachi, Kintaro, and Gashadokuro. Kamaitachi is either three brothers of trip triplets that roam around cutting people’s legs off, where the first knocks one down, the second cut off the legs and the third stitches up the wounds. Kintaro is a superhuman golden boy who was raised by
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  • Fall '16
  • Professor Onkware
  • Epistemology, Minamoto clan, Minamoto no Yorimitsu, Gashadokuro, Kamaitachi

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