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Collections of Okinawan Folktales in Japanese
ねむりむし じらぁ by
Call Number: GRC JRC PZ49.41 .G56 N46 1970
Publication Date: 2016/3/1
沖縄民話 わらしべ王子 by
Call Number: GRC JRC PL537 .W37 1991
Publication Date: 1990/10/1
エイサー! ハーリー by
Call Number: GRC jRC PZ49.41 .Y318 2006
Publication Date: 2006
More information on Okinawan Folktales
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Collections of Okinawan Folktales in English
Yokai is an extraordinary and unscientific existence with a mysterious power that causes strange and abnormal phenomena, which exceeds human understanding. They frequently appear in folktales. One of the most popular yokai in Okinawa is kijimuna, small wood spirits.