Karasu: Japanese Crows, Myths and Superstitions (Ep. 113)

Uncanny Japan - Japanese Folklore, Folktales, Myths and Language

01-12-2022 • 20 mins

The myth and superstition around Japanese crows/karasu is long and fascinating, sometimes quite weird.

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Credits

Intro and Outro music by Julyan Ray Matsuura

Sweet Romantic Oriental Piano Song by MusicLFiles
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