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The Snow Woman
Oume city Chigase machi.
  • Do you know the story of The Snow Woman?
  • Is it a horror story?
  • The Kwaidan.
  • It is a Japanese ghost story.
  • Tell me the story.
  • There were two Woodman.
  • It is an old man and a young probationer.
  • Day of the heavy snow.
  • They evacuated to the hut.
  • At night.
  • A young probationer woke up.
  • He watched the beautiful woman of white clothes.
  • Is she the snow woman?
  • She murdered an old man for cold breath.
  • What has become of a young man?
  • She said to him.
  • You are young and very cute.
  • I overlook you.
  • She is partial to young boy.
  • An ordinary lady.
  • She said, Don't share this with anyone.
  • If you say someone, you are dead.
  • A young man is advantageous.
  • Several years later.
  • A beautiful woman came to him.
  • Her name was Oyuki.
  • He is popular with ladies.
  • They married.
  • They were blessed with many children.
  • One day he told to his wife about the story of the snow woman.
  • His wife became a snow woman.
  • She was angry and said, you don't keep my promise.
  • How did it come out?
  • She has disappeared.
  • What did she want to do?
  • I don't know.
  • This is one of the Kwaidan stories.
  • What are other stories?
  • Earless Hoichi, Mujina and Long neck woman.
  • Who wrote Kwaidan?
  • Yakumo Koizumi.
  • Is it Japanese name?
  • His original name is Patrick Lafcadio Hearn.
  • He was Greek.
  • When did he come to Japan?
  • He came to Japan in 1890
  • by the work of the American publishing company.
  • Which name is the real name?
  • He was naturalized in Japan.
  • I see.
  • His masterpiece is Japan An Attempt at Interpretation.
  • This book deals with Japanese psychology well.
  • Let's go to watch a river.
  • Hey, Do you not forget our work?