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Myths and Legends of Japan By Frederick Hadland Davis

Myths and Legends of Japan

Frederick Hadland Davis

This is a Facsimile PDF. It has 496 pages and was published in 1912.


With 32 full page illustrations, chapters include: The Period of the Gods; Heroes and Warriors; The Bamboo-cutter and the Moon-maiden; Buddha Legends; Jizo, the God of Children; Legend in Japanese Art; The Star Lovers and the Robe of Feathers; Legends of Mount Fuji; Yuki-onna, the Lady of the Snow; Kwannon and Benten. Daikoku, Ebisu, and Hotei; Festivals; and more.

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