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Japanese Fairy Tales English Translation Of 22 Tales Include Ghouls, Goblins And Ogres Sea Serpents And Sea Kings Kindly Animals And Magic Birds Demons And Dragons Princes And Princesses Some Are Momotaro, The Son Of A Peach , The Jellyfish And The Monkey , The Mirror Of Matsuyama , The Bamboo Cutter And The Moon Child , The Stones Of Five Colors And The Empress Jokwa.

10 thoughts on “Japanese Fairy Tales

  1. says:

    Things I learnt from Japanese Fairy Tales Never trust a monkey Never trust a stepmother Never trust a stepmother with your monkey Almost every boy in Japan is named Taro, or a variant of that name Kintaro, Urashima Taro, Momotaro If an old man wants to wrestle your teenage son in the woods because the old man was watching the boy earlier and saw that he was big and strong , it s perfectly fine to send your son to the capital alone with the old man Take care of your elders Something somewhat absent from Western Fairy Tales unless I m mistaken , but evil people can change their ways and become good, through character building Really the dichotomy of good and evil isn t as black and white The Dragon King of the Sea lives beyond the sea in a beautiful underwater palace that somehow has air and fish attendants and no monkeys When someone with magical powers tells you not to open a box, for the love of Buddha don t open it Anything can walk and talk Even a mortar The jellyfish lost his spine because he trusted a monkey.The translation is interesting It is clearly written for an earl...

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    I ve actually been chipping away at these for too long, but I finally concluded them, and feel like I ve essentially read the Disney catalog in original form Evil stepmothers slash stepchild hating wives, beat to shit daughters, kind fathers, good intentions, Eveeeel, and MAGIC abound because we are dealing with fairy tales The good people are treated like bad people, then discovered to be magical lotus flowers of awesome sunbeam zen, while the bad peoples heels ...

  3. says:

    Started off slow, but the way the stories echoed each other made them interesting and gave them a certain rhythm I enjoyed Some of the later tales The Goblin of Adachigahara, The Ogre of Rashomon and How an Old Man Lost his We...

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    There is something delightful, something childish, something absolutely necessary about fairy tales The further I travel into adulthood, the I feel I need the simple delights of warriors and princesses fighting monsters in the mountains Fairy tales often also bring much needed moral clarity That s why I think that stories that feature adults or children and have them travel to fantastical worlds that have parallels to their own work so well Wizard of Oz, Labyrinth, Alice in Wonderland, Spirited Away, or even comics like Joe the Barbarian Fairy tales work really well when their simple structure makes clear the moral dynamics of the world we live in For all the simple fun of the stories in this collection, I didn t always feel that the moral message was clear in the stories I often felt like they were just stories told to pass the time and that the action and violence were the real draws for the reader not unlike modern day comic books Some of them perhaps did hav...

  5. says:

    Yei Theodora Ozaki taraf ndan derlenen ve biri Macideg l Batmaz evirisi 22 hikaye ile Maya Kitap taraf ndan, di eri Servin Sar yer evirisi 11 yk ile Karakarga Yay nlar taraf ndan bas lan iki ayr Japon Masallar kitab n okudum Karakarga Yay nlar nca bas lan 11 yk , Maya Kitap bask s nda da yer al yor Her ikisi de masal mutlulu unu veren evirilerdi Masal okumay sevdi im i in mi bilemiyorum ama harika masallar Elbette bat masallar ile benzer temalar i eriyor Ama benim zellikle dikkatimi eken, denizin do al olarak masallarda ok a yer almas ve ocuklar n ailenin gelece inin ...

  6. says:

    This was a delightful read This is an English translation of twentytwo fairy tales replete with ogars, gobblins, sea monsters, princes and princesses They are very fun to read and they keep young ones inthrawled I read it with my little second cou...

  7. says:

    Farkl k lt rlerin kitaparl n okumaktan ho lan yorum Yirmi iki masaldan olu an kitab zevkle okudum.

  8. says:

    I didn t hate this book On the contrary, the collection had a vast array of interesting tales but they are just fairy tales There is only so much you can obtain from them.

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    Not sure whether it was the translation or something else, the stories seemed to have a lot of western influence One thing for sure though, some things are common in fairy tales from all over the world Step mother i...

  10. says:

    This was a pretty interesting collection of Japanese fairy tales and my favorite story in the collection was My Lord bag of Rice though they all were good to read Check it out.

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