Hometown Rebuilding: Folktales from Japan (ふるさと再生(さいせい) 日本(にっぽん)の昔(むかし)ばなし Furusato Saisei Nippon no Mukashi Banashi) is a Japanese anime television series that adapts various traditional stories from Japan. Each episode of this anime comprises three approximately seven-minute tales. Produced by the anime company Tomason, it has been aired by TV Tokyo since April 1, 2012. An English-subtitled version is simulcasted on the streaming service Crunchyroll, which describes the main plot as following: "Like in any culture, Japanese kids grow up listening to the stories repeatedly told by their parents and grandparents. The boy born from a peach; the princess from the moon who is discovered inside a bamboo; the old man who can make a dead cherry tree blossom, etc. These short stories that teach k

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  • Furusato saisei: Nippon no mukashibanashi (ふるさと再生 日本の昔ばなし? lett. "Rinascita dell'antico villaggio: Favole giapponesi"), anche nota internazionalmente come Folktales from Japan è una serie televisiva anime, iniziata il 1º aprile 2012 su TV Tokyo. La serie racconta in ogni episodio varie storie legate al folclore ed alla mitologia giapponese. Voci narranti di ogni episodio saranno quelle degli attori Akira Emoto e Yoneko Matsukane. (it)
  • 『ふるさと再生 日本の昔ばなし』(ふるさとさいせい にっぽんのむかしばなし)は、2012年4月1日からテレビ東京系列で放送されているテレビアニメ。厚生労働省社会保障審議会特別推薦 児童福祉文化賞受賞作品。 ヘーベルハウス(旭化成ホームズ)の一社提供で「ヘーベルハウス劇場」の枠名が設定されている。 (ja)
  • Hometown Rebuilding: Folktales from Japan (ふるさと再生(さいせい) 日本(にっぽん)の昔(むかし)ばなし Furusato Saisei Nippon no Mukashi Banashi) is a Japanese anime television series that adapts various traditional stories from Japan. Each episode of this anime comprises three approximately seven-minute tales. Produced by the anime company Tomason, it has been aired by TV Tokyo since April 1, 2012. An English-subtitled version is simulcasted on the streaming service Crunchyroll, which describes the main plot as following: "Like in any culture, Japanese kids grow up listening to the stories repeatedly told by their parents and grandparents. The boy born from a peach; the princess from the moon who is discovered inside a bamboo; the old man who can make a dead cherry tree blossom, etc. These short stories that teach kids to see both the dark and bright sides of life have passed traditional moral values from generation to generation." The narration and all character voices are provided by veteran film actors Akira Emoto and Yoneko Matsukane. Voice actress and singer Shoko Nakagawa performed the initial opening and ending theme songs. Tomoyuki Okura, a member of the vocal group INSPi, wrote and composed the opening theme "Hitori no Kimi ga Umareta to sa" (You Were Born Alone), and the ending theme song "Arukou" (Let’s Walk) with his fellow INSPi member Keisuke Yoshida. From episode 53 onwards, "Arukou" was replaced by "Pyon Pyon Punyo Punyo no Uta" (Song of Jump! Jump! Cheek! Cheek!) by Shindo Heart (lyrics) and Star Flower (song) from Victor Entertainment. From episode 208 onwards, "Hitori no Kimi ga Umareta to sa" was replaced by "Furusato Hokkorimura" by Hajime Yamanouchi (lyrics) and Kaori Mizumori (song). (en)
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dbp:first
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dbp:genre
dbp:jaKanji
  • ふるさと再生 日本の昔話
dbp:jaRomaji
  • Furusato Saisei Nippon no Mukashi Banashi
dbp:kanjititlea
  • 雪女
  • 火の鳥
  • 赤い糸
  • 果報は寝て待て
  • のっぺらぼう
  • 笠地蔵
  • 【傑作選】炭焼き長者
  • 【傑作選】織姫と彦星
  • あとかくしの雪
  • あぶの恩返し
  • あわてものの話
  • いくさはやめた
  • いたちとねずみ
  • いもころがし
  • うぐいすの里
  • うばすて山
  • おいてけ堀
  • おくり星
  • おじょう狐
  • おぼろ月夜の嫁さん
  • おむすびころりん
  • おんぶされたお坊さん
  • お伊勢参りの松
  • お坊さんとカメ
  • お天道さまと金の綱
  • お福と鬼
  • かぐや姫
  • かげろうの里
  • かちかち山
  • きき耳ずきん
  • こうもり
  • こぶとり爺さん
  • ささやく酢
  • さだめを背負った二人の若者
  • さるかに
  • しっぺい太郎
  • そそうの相九郎
  • そばと餅
  • たにしの姉妹
  • たにし長者
  • たぬきの糸車
  • たのきゅう
  • たわらの藤太
  • だんぶり長者
  • ちんちん小袴
  • つのなしさざえ
  • ねこの茶碗
  • ねずみがくれた幸
  • ねずみの婿取り
  • ねずみ経
  • はっけ八太郎
  • ばあちゃんと大ダコ
  • ふとんの話
  • ふるやのもり
  • ぶんぶく茶釜
  • まあだまだわからん
  • まわり地蔵
  • まんじゅうこわい
  • もぐらと太陽
  • ものいう魚
  • ものぐさ太郎
  • もの言わぬお菊
  • ろくろ首
  • わらしべ長者
  • カッパ小僧
  • スネーク湖
  • ダンダラボッチと大わらじ
  • ニシンと老婆
  • バッタリ沢のキツネ
  • ヘビと狐の恩返し
  • ヤマタノオロチ
  • ロックになった悪魔
  • 一休さんの虎退治
  • 一寸法師
  • 一足千里のわらじ
  • 七羽の白鳥
  • 丈六地蔵
  • 三つの斧
  • 三つの面
  • 三人の兄弟
  • 三年寝太郎
  • 三枚のお札
  • 二つの徳
  • 亡者が狙った魂
  • 人形使い
  • 人魚のごちそう
  • 仁王とどっこい
  • 八つ化け頭巾
  • 分福茶釜
  • 分銅狐
  • 力太郎
  • 化物寺
  • 味噌豆は三里戻っても食え
  • 味噌買い橋
  • 四谷怪談
  • 因幡の白兎
  • 夢の孝心
  • 夢を買った男
  • 大みそかの金馬
  • 大工と鬼六
  • 大挽きの善六
  • 大日山の天狗の話
  • 大根の武者
  • 大蛸の帽子
  • 天の羽衣
  • 天狗の隠れみの
  • 天福地福
  • 嫉妬の箱
  • 子育て幽霊
  • 孫四郎淵
  • 宝の沼
  • 宝ひょうたん
  • 富士山の山おばあさん幸福
  • 小さな栃の実
  • 小僧と狐
  • 尻鳴りべら
  • 屁ひり嫁
  • 山姥と旅芸人
  • 山梨とり
  • 幽霊井戸
  • 座敷わらし
  • 恋する地蔵さま
  • 悪臭のつる
  • 政吉と地蔵さん
  • 月ノ輪の消えるとき
  • 朝六橋
  • 木こりと化け蟹
  • 桃太郎
  • 権八とツバキ
  • 死んだ妻の悪霊
  • 母と娘の鬼退治
  • 母の宝玉
  • 水の種
  • 沼に沈んだ妖刀
  • 泥棒の損
  • 浦島太郎
  • 海幸彦と山幸彦
  • 涙がこぼれる
  • 火男
  • 火除け仏
  • 灰かぶり灰太郎
  • 炭焼き長者
  • 牛の嫁入り
  • 牛の愛のパス
  • 牛若丸
  • 猫の芝居
  • 猫女房
  • 猿の婿どの
  • 猿の恩返し
  • 猿正宗
  • 瓜子姫
  • 町のねずみと田舎のねずみ
  • 白銀堂
  • 百合若大臣
  • 目黒のさんま
  • 相撲を取った貧乏神
  • 相撲稲荷
  • 破られた約束
  • 竜宮から来た猫
  • 竜宮の若姫
  • 紅花船
  • 絵姿女房
  • 縁結びの観音さま
  • 織姫と彦星
  • 耳なし芳一
  • 耳の像
  • 耳地蔵
  • 聴き耳頭巾
  • 脂肪をレンダリング
  • 自分の葬式を見た男
  • 舌切り雀
  • 花さか爺さん
  • 茶つぼ
  • 蛇息子
  • 蛸八長者
  • 謎の刀鍛冶
  • 谷底の平茸
  • 豆っこと地蔵さま
  • 豆のつると天の館
  • 足折れ燕
  • 身がわり稲荷
  • 転失気
  • 金太郎
  • 金色の卵
  • 鉢の木
  • 闇を裂く雄叫び
  • 雷太と悪魔
  • 順ぐり食い
  • 風の神と子供たち
  • 食わず女房
  • 馬とカアランベ
  • 馬よりも速い男
  • 馬方山姥
  • 魚女房
  • 鯉になった和尚さん
  • 鯉女房
  • 鱒の恩返し
  • 鶴の恩返し
  • 鹿スプリングス
  • 黒部の浦島
  • 鼻とりの地蔵さん
  • 龍神婆さま
dbp:kanjititleb
  • dbr:十二支
  • 八百比丘尼
  • 笠地蔵
  • ソラマメ豆、ストロー、およびチャコール
  • Sadarokuと史郎
  • 「お」は難しいです
  • 【傑作選】うぐいすの里
  • 【傑作選】鬼婆さんが仲人
  • ああ はくしょん プー
  • あんばらやみの馬
  • いかとするめ
  • いたずら狐のぺちゃんこ鼻
  • いわしの頭も信心から
  • うぐいすの里
  • うばすて山
  • えびのお伊勢参り
  • おいてけ堀
  • おさん狐と与三郎狸
  • おしら-様
  • おしらさま
  • おぶさりてぇ
  • おまん桜
  • おむすびころりん
  • お初観音
  • お地蔵さまのおじひ
  • お貞のはなし
  • お釜の歌
  • かぐや姫
  • きつねの贈り物
  • ぐうたら亭主とガミガミ女房
  • この世で一番えらい者
  • こぶとり爺さん
  • ころぶころぶ
  • ごんぞう虫
  • さしさばとつるし柿
  • さるやの石
  • しっぺい太郎
  • すり鉢売りの夢
  • ずいたん地蔵
  • せんとくの金
  • そばがき和尚
  • たこ薬師
  • たにし長者
  • たのきゅう
  • ちゃくりかきふ
  • ちんちん小袴
  • つるのおみやげ
  • てえてえ小法師
  • どっこいしょ
  • ない袖はふれない
  • なすび婆
  • ねずみのすもう
  • ねずみ経
  • はちかつぎ姫
  • ふるやのもり
  • ぶんぶん杓にさせ
  • ものぐさ太郎
  • わらしべ長者
  • イノシシの塔
  • オオカミ石
  • オト女の火
  • オンバの皮
  • カッパとわらぞうり
  • カッパと手洗い盆地
  • ガマガエルの油
  • キジムナー
  • サトリ女と桶屋
  • スター妻
  • タコは骨を持っていません
  • タコほねなし
  • ムカデの医者むかえ
  • 一モッコ山
  • 一夜で咲いた菜の花畑
  • 一寸法師
  • 一軒家の婆さん
  • 三つの謎かけ
  • 三枚のお札
  • 上人原(しょうにんばる)
  • 乳母ざくら
  • 亀になった男
  • 二つの月
  • 仁王とどっこい
  • 元犬
  • 八つ化け頭巾
  • 力太郎
  • 化け物使い
  • 千リーグのサンダル
  • 千両みかん
  • 半兵衛大明神
  • 厚狭の寝太郎
  • 厠の神様
  • 和尚と小僧のくわん、くった
  • 因幡の白兎
  • 地獄を知った男
  • 塩ふき臼
  • 墓穴の宿
  • 夢を買った男
  • 大年の火
  • 大江山の鬼退治
  • 大蛇と狩人
  • 天にのぼった息子
  • 天の羽衣
  • 天狗とじゃがいも
  • 天狗の酒
  • 天狗の隠れみの
  • 太い声
  • 奇しき色の大鹿
  • 婿入りの難問
  • 嫁さんのみやげ
  • 安達ヶ原の鬼婆
  • 小僧と三十一文字(みそひともじ)
  • 小僧と猫の絵
  • 小太郎と竜
  • 小石の手紙
  • 尾釣り
  • 屁こき婆
  • 山おり長者
  • 山の神と子供
  • 山伏と白い狼
  • 山鳥の矢
  • 川の主との約束
  • 平林
  • 幽霊街道
  • 座頭さんの木
  • 弓矢の兄弟
  • 怪力の女房
  • 怪力鬼太夫
  • 愚か婿と蟹のふんどし
  • 手賀沼にもぐった牛
  • 旅人馬
  • 最後の嘘
  • 月夜の笛
  • 月日のたつのは早い
  • 木仏金仏
  • 柳のたたり
  • 柳の葉の魚
  • 根子岳の猫
  • 桃太郎
  • 権太夫池の大蛇
  • 横向き地蔵
  • 欲張り喜八
  • 母と娘の鬼退治
  • 水の神の文使い
  • 河童が出てきた日
  • 河童徳利
  • 浦島太郎
  • 海坊主
  • 涙を流した鬼の面
  • 漆の兄弟
  • 火男
  • 熊と狐
  • 爺さんおるかい
  • 牛の嫁入り
  • 牛熊様
  • 牛鬼
  • 犬と猫の宝物
  • 狐のお産
  • 狐の恩返し
  • 狼の眉毛
  • 猫と茶釜の蓋
  • 猫檀家
  • 猿の婿どの
  • 猿地蔵
  • 番町皿屋敷
  • 異人の牛骨
  • 白狐の恩返し
  • 白蛇の娘
  • 祝いの相撲
  • 神となった老婆
  • 福ねずみ
  • 絵姿女房
  • 芝浜
  • 花さか爺さん
  • 菜飯八兵衛
  • 葦(あし)の泉
  • 葬られた秘密
  • 蛙の親不幸
  • 蜂と山賊
  • 蟹問答
  • 観音さまの片もも肉
  • 謎の恋歌
  • 貧乏神
  • 足長手長
  • 辰子姫
  • 野茶坊
  • 金のなる木
  • 金太郎
  • 鏡と鐘
  • 長者とわらび
  • 長者と河太郎
  • 開かずの箱
  • 雨だれの化物
  • 雲辺寺の猫
  • 雷さまとお医者さま
  • 雷と桑の木
  • 雷のてがた
  • 青柳のはなし
  • 風の神と子ども
  • 風の神と子供たち
  • 飛んだ男の飛んだ旅
  • 首切り地蔵
  • 馬と犬と猫と鶏の旅
  • 馬方山姥
  • 髪そり狐
  • 鬼の妹
  • 鬼の年取り
  • 鬼の湯
  • 鬼婆さんが仲人
  • 魚女房
  • 鳥を飲み込んだオールドマン
  • 鵜戸さん参り
  • 鶴の恩返し
  • 鷲のさらい子
  • 鷲山のむじな
  • 鼻たれ小僧
dbp:kanjititlec
  • 600 (xsd:integer)
  • dbr:十二支
  • 雪女
  • 死神
  • 笠地蔵
  • 「お」は難しいです
  • 【傑作選】なんの病
  • 【傑作選】猿地蔵
  • あぶら売りときつね
  • いもころがし
  • うさぎとカメ
  • うれし、めでたや、ありがたや
  • おくられた塩
  • おこぜの恋
  • おしどり
  • おその狐と鍛冶屋
  • おなら売り
  • おむすびころりん
  • おりゅう柳
  • おドテさま
  • お坊さんの手めぐい
  • お花見ゆうれい
  • お行さまと狐
  • かけ椀太郎
  • かっぱとひょうたん
  • きこりと山姥
  • けちの弔い
  • げんこつのほうび
  • こおった声
  • こぶとり爺さん
  • こんにゃく問答
  • ごんぞう虫
  • さらさらやさら
  • しょうじょう寺の狸ばやし
  • すっとんころりのおとの様
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  • Hirabayashi
  • 'O' wa muzukashī desu
  • Adachigahara no onibaba
  • Akazu no hako
  • Ama no hagoromo
  • Amadare no bakemono
  • Anbarayami no uma
  • Aoyagi no hanashi
  • Asa no Netarō
  • Ashi no izumi
  • Ashinagatenaga
  • Bakemonozukai
  • Banchō saraya shiki
  • Binbōgami
  • Bunbun shaku ni sase
  • Byakko no ongaeshi
  • Chakurikakifu
  • Chikaratarō
  • Chinchin kobakama
  • Chōja to Gatarō
  • Chōja to warabi
  • Daija to karibito
  • Daitoshi no hi
  • Dokkoisho
  • E-sugata nyōbō
  • Ebi no oisemairi
  • Fuku nezumi
  • Furuya no mori
  • Futatsu no tsuki
  • Futoi koe
  • Gama-gaeru no abura
  • Gondayū-chi no orochi
  • Gonzō mushi
  • Gūtara teishu to gamigami nyōbō
  • Hachi to sanzoku
  • Hachikatsugi-hime
  • Hakāna no yado
  • Hanasaka jīsan
  • Hanatare kozō
  • Hanbē daimyōjin
  • He koki baba
  • Hitomokkoyama
  • Hyottoko
  • Hōmurareta himitsu
  • Ichiya de saita nanohana hatake
  • Ijin no ushibone
  • Ika to surume
  • Ikken yan no baasan
  • Inaba no shiro-usagi
  • Inoshishi no tō
  • Inu to neko no takaramono
  • Issun-bōshi
  • Itazura kitsune no pechanko hana
  • Iwai no sumō
  • Iwashi no atama mo shinjin kara
  • Jigoku wo shitta otoko
  • Jīsan orukai
  • Jūnishi no hanashi
  • Kaeru no oya fukō
  • Kagami to kane
  • Kaguya-hime
  • Kairiki no nyōbō
  • Kairiki oni Tayū
  • Kame ni natta otoko
  • Kami to natta rōba
  • Kaminari no tegata
  • Kaminari to kuwa no ki
  • Kaminari-sama to oisha-sama
  • Kamisori kitsune
  • Kane no naru ki
  • Kani mondō
  • Kannon-sama no kata momoniku
  • Kappa Dokkuri
  • Kappa ga detekita hi
  • Kappa to tearaibonchi
  • Kappa to warazōri
  • Kasa jizō
  • Kawa no omo to no yakusoku
  • Kawaya no kami-sama
  • Kaze no kami to kodomo
  • Kaze no kami to kodomo-tachi
  • Kibutsu kanabutsu
  • Kijimunā
  • Kintarō
  • Kitsune no O-san
  • Kitsune no okurimono
  • Kitsune no ongaeshi
  • Kobutori jīsan
  • Koishi no tegami
  • Kono yode ichiban erai mono
  • Korobu korobu
  • Kotarō to ryū
  • Kozō to misohitomoji
  • Kozō to neko no e
  • Kubikiri jizō
  • Kuma to kitsune
  • Kushiki iro no ōshika
  • Mittsu no nazokake
  • Mizu no kami no fumi zukai
  • Momotarō
  • Monogusatarō
  • Moto inu
  • Mukade no ishamukae 
  • Mukoiri no nanmon
  • Nai sode wa furenai
  • Nameshi Hachibē
  • Namida wo nagashita oni no men
  • Nasubi baba
  • Nazo no koiuta
  • Neko danka
  • Neko to chagama no futa
  • Nekodake no neko
  • Nezumi kyō
  • Nezumi no sumō
  • Niō to Dokkoi
  • O-zuri
  • Obusaritē
  • Ohatsu Kannon
  • Oitekebori
  • Ojizō-sama no ojihi
  • Okama no uta
  • Oman sakura
  • Omusubi kororin
  • Onba no kawa
  • Oni no imōto
  • Oni no toshitori
  • Oni no yu
  • Onibaba-san ga nakōdo
  • Oroka muko to kani no fundoshi
  • Osan-gitsune to Yosaburō-tanuki
  • Oshira-sama
  • Oshō to kozō no kuwan, kutta
  • Otei no hanashi
  • Otojō no hi
  • Sadaroku to Shirō
  • Saigo no uso
  • Sanmai no O-fuda
  • Saru jizō
  • Saru no mukodono
  • Saruya no ishi
  • Sashisaba to tsurushigaki
  • Satori onna to okeya
  • Sen rīgu no sandaru
  • Senryō mikan
  • Sentoku no kin
  • Shibahama
  • Shio-fuki usu
  • Shippeitarō
  • Shirohebi no musume
  • Shōninbaru
  • Sobagaki oshō
  • Soramame mame, sutorō, oyobi chakōru
  • Suribachi uri no yume
  • Sutā tsuma
  • Tabibito uma
  • Tako Yakushi
  • Tako hone nashi
  • Tako wa hone wo motte imasen
  • Tanishi chōja
  • Tanokyū
  • Tatsuko-hime
  • Tega-numa ni mogutta ushi
  • Ten ni nobotta musuko
  • Tengu no kakuremino
  • Tengu no sake
  • Tengu to jagaimo
  • Tonda otoko no tonda tabi
  • Tori wo nomikonda ōrudoman
  • Tsukihi no tatsu no wa hayai
  • Tsukiyo no fue
  • Tsuru no omiyage
  • Tētē kobōshi
  • Ubasuteyama
  • Ubazakura
  • Udo-san mairi
  • Uguisu no sato
  • Uma to inu to neko to niwatori no tabi
  • Umakata yamanba
  • Umi bōzu
  • Unpenji no neko
  • Uo nyōbō
  • Urashimatarō
  • Urushi no kyōdai
  • Ushi no yomeiri
  • Ushi oni
  • Ushikuma-sama
  • Warashibe chōja
  • Washi no sarai ko
  • Washiyama no mujina
  • Yachabō
  • Yama-Ori chōja
  • Yamabushi to shiroi ōkami
  • Yamadori no ya
  • Yamanokami to kodomo
  • Yanagi no ha no sakana
  • Yanagi to tatari
  • Yaobikuni
  • Yatsubake zukin
  • Yokomuki jizō
  • Yokubari kihachi
  • Yomesan no miyage
  • Yume wo katta otoko
  • Yumiya no kyōdai
  • Yūreikaidō
  • Zatō-san no ki
  • Zuitan jizō
  • [Kamihanki Kessakusen] Haha to musume no oni-taiji
  • [Kessakusen] Onibaba-san ga nakoudo
  • [Kessakusen] Uguisu no sato
  • Ā hakushon pū
  • Ōeyama no oni-taiji
  • Ōkami ishi
  • Ōkami no mayuge
dbp:romajititlec
  • 600 (xsd:integer)
  • Shinigami
  • Usagi to kame
  • Hirabayashi
  • 'O' wa muzukashī desu
  • Aburauri to kitsune
  • Akaike no bakemono
  • Amano-iwato
  • Amanojaku to warashi
  • Ankokuji no kitsune kozō
  • Aotengu to akatengu
  • Aramusha to gyūsha
  • Arasaka chōja
  • Ashi wo karu otto
  • Ashitakayama no tengu
  • Atama ga ike
  • Azuma no hito to seiyō no otoko
  • Bake kurabe
  • Bakemono to yamanba
  • Benten no numa
  • Bentō ga hataraku
  • Betsu no musume ni haitta tamashī
  • Binbōgami
  • Botan no hana to nezumi
  • Bushō kurabe
  • Byōki wo naosu Ishibumi-sama
  • Bānto-zō
  • Cha nomi
  • Cha-tsubo
  • Chakurikakifu
  • Chawan no naka
  • Chikaramochi no hōkōnin
  • Chitei no kuni
  • Daija no ko
  • Daikon no bikkuri gyōten
  • Daiku to Oniroku
  • Danmari kurabe
  • Deetarabotchi
  • Dokkoisho
  • E-sugata nyōbō
  • Ebi to karasu
  • Enma-sama no shippai
  • Enma-sama wa hachigorō-don
  • Fuefuki Kanekichi
  • Fukuro no kitsune
  • Fukurō kon'ya
  • Fune wo shizumeta ōgoi
  • Genji to zukin
  • Genkotsu no hōbi
  • Gokuraku dorobō
  • Gonzō mushi
  • Gosuke-don no shōbai
  • Hachi no koi
  • Hachirōtarō
  • Haha to ko no oka
  • Hakuchō no seki
  • Hana to chōshuku
  • Hanashi jūryō
  • Hanataka ōgi
  • Hanra no buyō
  • He kaburi musume
  • Hebizamurai
  • Hibari to wakamizu
  • Hina no yobayashi
  • Hito no hajimari
  • Hitomoji tanuki
  • Hoppō to nanpō no mura zakai
  • Horafuki musume
  • Hore gusuri
  • Hoshi no hi
  • Hotoke-sama no hitai no hikari
  • Hyōtan Kannon
  • Hyōtan musuko
  • Ikkyū-san no tonchi hanashi
  • Imo korogashi
  • Imohori Tōgorō
  • Jūnishi no hanashi
  • Kagami no mukō
  • Kajika no byōbu
  • Kakewan Tarō
  • Kaminaga-hime
  • Kaminari to ishibitsu
  • Kaminari-san to musume
  • Kamo tori Gonbē
  • Kan-emon to Ohime-sama no Kakegoro
  • Kane no torī
  • Kane wo hirottara
  • Kappa to hyōtan
  • Kappa to tearaibonchi
  • Kasa jizō
  • Kechi no tomurai
  • Kiji to karosu
  • Kijimunā to umi no kami
  • Kikori to yamanba
  • Kin no bafun
  • Kissaku otoshi
  • Kitsune nyōbō
  • Kobutori jīsan
  • Konnyaku mondō
  • Kotohime monogatari
  • Kozuchi no gara
  • Kujira to namako
  • Kujira-bashi
  • Kumo no ayaori
  • Kumo no ketsui
  • Kuro-hime to ryū
  • Kuzuryū densetsu
  • Kōtta koe
  • Mame no taiboku
  • Manjū kowai
  • Mayoiga
  • Meguro no sanma
  • Meitō kisenbamaru
  • Miko no mai
  • Miminashi hōichi
  • Momo to akaoni
  • Moto inu
  • Moyabune
  • Mujina no sainan
  • Mukade no ishamukae 
  • Mura ni kita daisōjō-sama
  • Myōga nyōbō
  • Nan no yamai
  • Nan'nimo senhito
  • Neko no chawan
  • Neko no odoriba
  • Nezumi no mukodono
  • Ninjin to gobō to daikon
  • Nioi no okaeshi
  • Nise jizō
  • Niō to Dokkoi
  • Nuke suzume
  • O-hanami yūrei
  • Obōsan no temegui
  • Odoru gaikotsu
  • Odote-sama
  • Ogyōsama to kitsune
  • Okoze no koi
  • Okurareta shio
  • Omusubi kororin
  • Onara uri
  • Oni no tegata
  • Onigoe wo tōtta onitachi
  • Onisuke to Hikoshichi
  • Oryūyanagi
  • Oshidori
  • Oshō to kozō no kami ga nai
  • Oshō to kozō no kawawatari
  • Oshō to kozō no pūpūpatapata
  • Oshō uto kozō no mochi wa doku
  • Osono-kitsune to kajiya
  • Otogirisō
  • Otojō no hi
  • Ritchi Kashiki
  • Ritoru chesunatto
  • Roku-ri no mosa
  • Ryūgū no shin'en
  • Rōsoku sōdō
  • Sake wo kuwanu ie
  • Sangosu no tama
  • Sannen Netarō
  • Sannin naki
  • Sannin no shōnin
  • Sarasarayasara
  • Saru jizō
  • Saru to hikagaeru
  • Seibē soba taberu hito
  • Sen'nin mikan
  • Senkamejo
  • Shibahama
  • Shippo no tsuri
  • Shisai, kodomo, oyobi soramame mame no ki
  • Shōjō-dera no tanukibayashi
  • Shōnin-sama to tanuki
  • Soba-ya no muko ni natta kaminari
  • Sora tobu toita
  • Soramame to wara to sumi
  • Sosō no Sōkurō
  • Sumō-tori no imōto
  • Sutokuin
  • Sutton korori no wo tonosama
  • Suzume to kitsutsuki
  • Takara kurabe
  • Tengu no kakuremino
  • Tengu to nusutto
  • Tengu to sukai no tabi
  • Tenshiki
  • Tobi kura
  • Tonbi no tamago
  • Toraneko to obōsan
  • Tori-nomi jīsan
  • Tottsuku hittsuku
  • Tsukihi no tatsu no wa hayai
  • Tsukiyo ni kakeru ushi
  • Tsurumizuka
  • Uba yanagi
  • Ubasuteyama
  • Un no yoi niwaka zamurai
  • Uranai kurabe
  • Urashimatarō
  • Ureshi, medetaya, arigataya
  • Uri wo nusumareta hanashi
  • Ushi no koku mairi
  • Ushi no yomeiri
  • Ushiwakamaru
  • Usotsuki meijin
  • Wakagaeri no mizu
  • Washi no sarai ko
  • Washiyama no mujina
  • Wataboushi no yōkai
  • Yama bushi ishi
  • Yama-Ori chōja
  • Yamiyo ni karasu
  • Yashagaike
  • Yatsuhashi
  • Yayoi no fune
  • Yome no bōzu-atama
  • Yome no saikaku
  • Yomeda no hanashi
  • Yukion'na
  • Yūrei no hishaku
  • Yūrei no utayomi
  • Zashiki-Warashi
  • Zensuke to mujina to kappa
  • [Kamihanki Kessakusen] Kiji to karosu
  • [Kessakusen] Nan no yamai
  • [Kessakusen] Saru jizō
  • Ōtoshi no kyaku
dbp:shortsummary
  • 4.418064E8
  • A fisherman is given a gift that turns about to be a curse, monkeys worship a Buddha without getting their butts wet, and a merchant learns what is important in life.
  • A mysterious woman visits a candy store every night. The owner follows her after she leaves, but she disappears into a grave... A traveling merchant buys his partner's dream of treasure for a lot of money . The beautiful daughter of a rich man is sent to marry tougorou the potato digger. Tougorou is lonely and miserable and poor in the mountains, but one day...
  • A god's love of his fellow creatures is tested . A strange-colored deer holds the key to a cure. A priest demands the return of a jewel.
  • A god gives a man a fox who helps him in business, but the fox demands an exponential price in return. A stonecutter learns who the most important man in the world is. Dolls come out to play at night on Doll's Day.
  • A hard working family refuses to give in to poverty so the God of Poverty haunting them is to be fired. But they want him to stay. A strange child shouts, "Poor! Trip!" at a poor elderly couple on new years. A poor man gives a priest statue a straw hat, and is given blessings in return .
  • Invisibility comes with a price, a demon repays a kindness, and always carries some Yaki-Gobou when you die.
  • A kind old man raises a dog named Shiro, but his greedy neighbor kills it. When he spreads the ashes in the garden... . A rich young man is ill and wants an orange, but it's the middle of summer. The head clerk runs all over town and finally finds one. A thief tries to break into a brewery but is knocked out by the owner. The owner thinks the thief is dead and abandons him next to a river.
  • An old is thrown away, a man delivers a letter for a water god, and a fake samurai gets lucky.
  • A man finds a golden egg and takes it home, and a baby hatches from it. A man is cruel to his hard-working wife, who leaves him. Then he turns into a turtle. A lazy man sleeps all day, when a drought comes its time for him to work .
  • A demon puts a carpenter in an unwanted deal, a fox learns of karma, and what is more important - honesty or obedience.
  • Yams are rolled, mistakenly . A toad's oil cures wounds. A greedy man pleads for mercy from the sun.
  • A lazy man who wants to not work goes to a mansion where they feed him feasts every day. The eldest of the seven sisters of the big dipper falls in love with a man. A man on a fishing ship who makes the food, called a Kashiki, gave the leftovers to the fish.
  • A deceitful and murderous husband meets a terrifying end. A man seeks refuge in a grave and fools a robber. A thief thinks he's been killed and sent to paradise .
  • A massive pumpkin grows from a tiny vine and a man is very happy; parents hear from the mountain god and water god that their child will be stolen by Kappas on his twelfth birthday , and a huge willow stands in front of a tea shop. The son of the shop saves it from being cut down.
  • An abandoned wife seeks revenge. A nursemaid sacrifices her life for her charge. A snake demands to marry a girl.
  • A man is haunted by a ghost who wants him to leave his fish . A flying man goes on a flying journey. A greedy man repents of his attack on his brother.
  • A fisherman's wife dies from illness, and he meets a woman who looks just like her on the rocks of a cape. The white rabbit who lives on the island of Inaba tries to trick the crocodiles to let him cross the sea, but they strip off his skin , and Doujimaru is said to be the son of the white fox, and to have inherited his mother's mysterious powers.
  • A fisherman meets a girl with the help of a goddess, but her parents are opposed to their marriage. He tries to send her home, but... To build a shrine in their town, the villagers hire a man named Takumi. At night Takumi's dolls do the work for him. A priest brings back candles as a gift, but the villagers don't know what they are. One pretends that they're a kind of food...
  • A kid learns to trust his priest, a priest learns to believe in a child’s dream, and the gods have to go.
  • A couple raise a snake, a kappa gets married, and a Fava Bean, Straw, and Charcoal take a trip to Ise.
  • A woman entrusts a man with a mysterious mansion . A rich man makes a deal with a kappa to make a bridge. A girl's soul enters another's body.
  • An old woman cuts off the leg of an octopus on the beach, and gets rich by selling it at the market. A groom is given botamochi rice balls at his bride's village. He wants his mom to make them, so he keeps saying "botamochi" on the way home, but then he trips and rises up saying, "dokkoisho!" . A strong-willed and hardworking mother goes all alone to Ashitaka Mountain, where a Tengu lives. But she doesn't come back.
  • A statue by the river reminds a boy of his dead mother. His stepmom tells him that if the statue will eat a rice ball, he can have one too, so off he goes. The insect children are playing in the depths of the forest when walking stick falls from a tree and starts to cry . One late night, a pack driver is returning home when he meets a beautiful woman.
  • Money gets up and walks away , a demon repays a kindness , and a man shouldn’t eat .
  • A mother fights for her daughter, we learn the tale of Sakata no Kintoki , and toot causes great embarrassment.
  • Three talismans protect a boy . A monkey throws rocks. A rat finds a husband for his daughter .
  • A promise is broken and a life is taken. A man marries a green willow. The lord of hell is tricked out of his job by a sneaky thief .
  • Men make friends with a magic go player. A mischievous boy named Yachabou makes a friend. A man shoots a duck in anger and is visited in the night by its vengeful ghost.
  • A puppet master visits a strange temple, a goddess is punished for her dalliances and an arrogant whale loses a race.
  • With the help of his loving son, an old octopus fisher goes on a trip. There was a very rich man who promised to pluck all the warabi off the mountain in a single day. An old couple turn to fraud to make more money at their store, but drive customers away.
  • A man marries a cow . Gold coins are found and lost . A priest becomes friends with angry ocelots at a temple.
  • A priest sends a boy into town to learn about the mysterious "tenshiki". A snot-nosed boy can grant any wish, but he drools all the time . A lost house gives wonderful presents.
  • A fallen lord sacrifices his prized possessions for a traveling monk; a princess is found in a stalk of bamboo , and a priest tricks a fox, and finds himself confronted by the lost souls of hell.
  • A man gets a hood which helps him listen to animals. An old man's wife beloved makes him promise to put her dead body in the closet. Vegetables take a bath to get ready to go to heaven.
  • A man witnesses his own funeral. A road is haunted by the spirits of the dead. An overconfident climber takes a terrible fall.
  • Crab children seek vengeance on a monkey who hurt their mother . A greedy man finds a shrine that doubles his money. A man saves a spider and marries a beautiful woman, who makes him rich with her splendid weaving.
  • A Zashiki-Warashi brings joy to a household . A lazy husband has a nagging wife. A red demon fears peaches.
  • A lazy woman is visited by terrible ghosts . A monkey throws rocks . A badger longs for a mother's warmth .
  • Cowherd Okaru took care of a young black calf that transformed into a handsome young man when it was three years old. Momotarō is born from a peach, and raised by an old couple into a strong young boy . Seibei is known as a man who loves to eat soba noodles.
  • Two men are visited in dreams by their dead fathers, rats fight it out in the sumo ring , and a mysterious old man makes magic with watermelons.
  • The lord of a poor province is sad to see how weak his sumo wrestlers are for this year's tournament, but they all defeat even the strongest wrestlers. A fava bean, a piece of straw, and a piece of charcoal all bounce out of an old woman's kitchen and decide to visit Ise . There are two men who live on the east and west side of town, and each night they come to a bar to drink. They always drink the same drink, and insult each other.
  • The Sending Star: A young, hard-working man hears that his grandmother is dying. He visits her house and sees that she is fine. On his way home, he finds himself in great peril... A promise with the master of the river: A boy is born and it is prophesied that his life will be taken by the master of the river when he turns 18. The year of his 18th birthday, a huge rain causes the river to almost flood. Gonbei the Duck Hunter: A hunter named Gonbei ties a rope around the legs of 50 ducks stuck in the water, but when it melts they fly off, dragging him towards a great adventure.
  • A rabbit seeks revenge when a raccoon's pranks go too far . Two monsters are defeated by a Buddhist monk. A wandering monk battles a horrifying monster who turns her victims to stone.
  • A cat wants to replay her master, a greedy man trips to much, and a lazy man fans too much.
  • A cat from Ryuuguu Palace brings wealth. A greedy man freezes as he eats all the persimmons. A man sells farts that are sacred to the Buddha.
  • A boy is born from a peach and beats a demon . Kintarō is a very strong boy who wants to find his father . A man saves a turtle who is being bullied, and is taken to an undersea palace .
  • The Rat Sutra scares off a thief . A snake is struck down by the gods. A wife sacrifices her life to the gods to finish the harvest.
  • An old man saves a broken swallow, who rewards him with a magic watermelon seed; a man encounters a terrifying ghost at a haunted stream , and a traveling priest visits a village where an evil dragon is devouring virgin sacrifices.
  • A mountain woman overeats, there is always someone bigger, and a man shouldn't eat.
  • An old woman loses her husband in a storm, but a statue of a god washes up with his boat and she worships it. One day in early spring, as the children are playing, a young man suddenly appears. A young carpenter is trying to build a bridge across a river, but every storm that comes washes it away.
  • Children learn how to seasons come in, a brother’s greed leads to ruin, and the Amanojaku gets tricked.
  • A boy climbs a beanstalk to heaven. A man promises to marry his dying wife when she is reborn. The sorrowful souls of dead mothers haunt a mountain for all eternity.
  • Orihime and Hikoboshi fall in love, but neglect their duties. They are separated eternally by the milky way . A woman is tricked by an evil mother and dies in a swamp, but she wasn't what she appeared to be. A woman's sons drown in a river, and she builds eight bridges to commemorate their deaths.
  • A monk goes to a temple for spiritual training. An Eggplant Grannie reportedly shows up at a secluded mountain temple. There was a tengu who used an invisibility cape to pull pranks on people .
  • A raccoon repays a debt but learns a lesson, a fox thinks five steps ahead, and Mr. Careless needs to slow down.
  • A noble boy is covered in ashes to hide his true identity. A Tengu turns a lake into sake, and threatens a boy if he reveals the secret. A man named Kanekichi plays a flute so beautifully it entrances even the animals.
  • Mother and Father Mouse hunt for the best husband, a wife and husband communicate without words, and a couple battles for the last rice ball.
  • On New Year's Eve, a poor couple struggles to bring in the new year . A woman is told not to let the fire go out on New Year's Eve, but... Minokichi and Mokichi take shelter from the blizzard, when a mysterious woman appears before them .
  • A young man meets an old man on the way to Ise, and promises to visit his village. A boatman saves a blind man from a flood, but the blind man dies. A rich man has a very powerful servant. The servant is smart, too, so the rich man gives him one challenge after another.
  • A boy the size of a thumb defeats a demon . A girl seeks shelter on a snowy night, but is forced to sleep under the porch and a pack of hungry wolves approach her. The lord of a local province learns to love pike.
  • A man learns about the importance of community, a couple creates a child from dirt , and a skylark ruins everything.
  • A girl is born from a watermelon and then tricked by a demon. A dog becomes a man . A radish is shocked and amazed.
  • A young servant girl is given a demon mask as a goodbye present, and goes to a new place to work. A young boy learns that if you put on a Tengu's cape you'll be invisible. He steals the cape from the Tengu, and now he can play all the tricks he wants, but... . "We've saved this money up for the future. Don't waste it," an old husband tells his silly wife... but then, a pair of thieves come when he's not home.
  • Two boys have a great destiny to fulfill. A fox and a raccoon get in a competition to see who can trick the other. A boy goes deep underground and finds a terrible country of demons.
  • A fisherman learns to appreciate what he has, a couple is blessed with an unusual child, and a lying boy meets a lying girl.
  • A man finds an expensive bowl being used as a cat dish and schemes to get it. A lazy man is sent to the capital to work. A monkey and a toad go to Ise, but the monkey does all the work.
  • Asakichi and his wife save the thunder when it falls from heaven. A rough country girl who doesn't know how to be polite says "o" in front of everything because her mom tells her to . A young, hardworking girl is to be adopted by her master, but his jealous wife makes her quit while the master is away.
  • A runner saves a group of monkeys at an expensive cost; the Sun, Moon, and Thunder come to an agreement , and a woodcutter gets the last laugh.
  • A traveling performer gets lost on a mountain at night, and encounters a mountain grannie. The grannie asks him to perform. A monk finds an envelope of money for a boy named "Sentoku." An ugly stonefish tries to confess its love to a beautiful girl fish.
  • Midon the fisherman is wounded and can't go fishing, so he borrows money from a samurai - but can't pay it back; a wife gets mad at her drunkard husband and returns to her parents - but she misses her husband now that she's left him , and a young servant named Sutekichi loves katanas. He wants his own, so he pays a blacksmith with a thousand logs to make one for him.
  • A tengu from Dainichiyama finds a human mother. A fox gives a man a gift in exchange for not being shot. A mother is reunited with a lost child which was kidnapped by an eagle .
  • A kappa learns to fish. Buddha eats some snacks... or does he? A sparrow and woodpecker visit their dying mother.
  • A man learns to look beyond the surface of a person, a flower seller forgets to keep his promise, and everything is sacred.
  • A man meets a woman with no face outside of town. He runs to tell someone, but everyone he sees is a faceless monster. An old man finds a beautiful young girl inside a bamboo tree . A servant works hard to find the woman his master is in love with.
  • A man marries a unique woman, a flower seller forgets to keep his promise , and a farmer makes it rain.
  • A simple trip leads to an unfortunate life , a mother fights for her daughter , and a bumpkin gets the last laugh .
  • A fishing hook is lost, then found . A man does not understand the proper etiquette for eating crab. A blue oni and a red oni fight for the love of a goddess.
  • A magic dagger saves a man from a snake. A priest statue cures asthma. A beach plays a mysterious melody.
  • The fearsome warrior Fujiwara Touta Hidesato fears nothing, a village doctor changes his way, and... Please! Cling! Please! Hold!
  • A monk saves a girl from an evil monster . Flowers hide logs. The buddha's forehead shines.
  • Is it a gift from Buddha or is it stealing? The answers you sneak can come in many forms and give your friend the benefit of the doubt.
  • A thief gets tricked, a rabbit plays tricks, and a brother’s revenge for a trick goes too far.
  • There is a kid who works hard but the priest has never seen him work hard. Yahei's friends cut down a willow tree, and their tongues were ripped out of their throats and they died horrible deaths. Okoma is kidnapped by an eagle and saved by a salmon.
  • Dainichi Nyorai guides a family, a fisherman learns to appreciate what he has , and a young monk learns not to judge a book by its cover.
  • A priest saves a town from sacrificing another daughter, a lazy man learns hard work, and a lazier man learns nothing.
  • A huge rock saves a village from a flood. The villagers use it to make a giant statue, but the statue is too big to carry to the temple. But then the statue... . A poor old man goes to sell balls of thread for new years. Gorouhei, a poor man, trades an old basin from his family for rice.
  • A fox impersonates a man's wife. Gods play a game of sumo to celebrate a change of fortune in a household. An old couple has a quiet contest that's interrupted by a thief .
  • A poor young man lets a traveling girl stay the night in his hut, and ends up marrying her. Two giants compete to build the largest mountain in Japan. A rich man sends a letter to a local priest. If he'll come to the rich man's house and pray, he'll be given a barrel of rice.
  • A young girl is thrown into the river, an old woman's gift is repaid , and a king learns a lesson.
  • A man fights fate, a lazy man gets the cow , and a son sees his father.
  • A good deed is repaid, a dog rewards a kind master , and a bumpkin gets the last laugh.
  • A fox is outwitted by a man who wants to be a girl . A sardine's head is a sign of faith. Two strong men compete all the time.
  • A ghost raises a child. A man freezes in the snow while he waits for his love. A fox plays tricks.
  • Every night a cursed katana flies out of its scabbard and kills people. The ghost of a murdered woman counts plates every night. A couple moves next to a lake where animals and monsters live.
  • A young man throws all his firewood into a whirlpool, and the next day he's visited by a woman from the undersea palace of Ryuuguu. A millet makes salt, and never stops . Magical birds escape from a painting drawn by a master.
  • A man is always in a big hurry. A terrible monster is defeated by a cat. A rich man devises a cunning plan to marry off his daughter.
  • A female fox; the meaning of "Hirarin, Heirin, Tairarin, Tairabayashi and Ippachijuu no Mokumoku, and Hitotsutoyattsudetokkikki" , and a legendary hero can't catch a break.
  • A priest turns into a carp while he is very sick. A singing pot tells of treasure. A giant teapot monster haunts an abandoned temple.
  • A weasel and a rat plant a field with chestnuts because they're starving. Kotaro goes to visit his mother up the river when the woman who raised him dies. A lightning god comes to Earth and finds a woman who he falls in love with.
  • A man saves a horsefly, who repays him by helping him marry the headman's daughter. A doctor of moxibustion heals a thunder god who has a bad hip. A man loves to look at his wife so much that he can't work, so she gives him a picture of himself .
  • A wife eats nothing... except her husband . Three losers defeat the lord of hell. A woman prays to survive a plague.
  • The mole clan is very rough and violent. They plan to shoot down the sun. A young hunter saves a fox from being eaten by a snake. An old man known for his wit wins a game against the local lord, who challenges him to bring 10 barrels of tea seeds in an attempt to get revenge.
  • The gods repay a kindness, greed gets you nowhere, and a true act of kindness is always rewarded.
  • There is a man who can hear the voices of the vinegar he makes. A bird gets its leg stuck in a rice ball. There was a young man who was afraid of nothing.
  • A Priest Statue goes around a village. A Priest Statue turns sideways. An unsettling story about a teacup.
  • A radish saves; a thief is scary, a wolf is scary, but the worst is the Furuya Flora ; and can a horse poop gold?
  • A titan lays siege to a small fishing village, an evil lord steals a man's beautiful wife , and friends of a lord plot to take back his money from a fox haunting in a graveyard.
  • A good for nothing saves the day, a liar gets the last laugh, and we learn the importance of names.
  • A woodcutter meets a wounded deer in the mountains. He saves it from a hunter and watches until its wounds are healed... The Fox comes to see the river otter, who is good at catching fish. He takes fish from the river otter but never gives any himself. And so the River Otter comes up with an idea... . A young man in the village of Matagi, Hachirōtarō, goes to the mountains with two of his friends, but as he gets ready for dinner he gives into his hunger and eats their fish.
  • The people of a village are beset by a firebird. They call upon the Lion King to protect them, and a great battle begins. A wooden buddha made by a faithful believer and a rich man's golden buddha have a sumo match. The rich man bets everything he owns, and the young man offers to become his servant forever, as a strange battle behinds. A lazy drunkard finds a wallet and uses it to throw a huge party. But when he wakes up it was a dream...!?
  • A mother provers her love, and old man’s accidental gift is repaid , and a man gets greedy with his prayers.
  • Kintarō is a very strong boy who wants to find his father . A man stays at a mansion filled with monster cats. A rampaging bull destroys fields on moonlit nights.
  • A raccoon comes to a woodcutter's house and learns to work a spinning wheel. On a moonlit night, a giant snake appears with two moons in tow and swallows a hunter. His daughters find out and swear revenge. A lord issues an order that anybody who turns 60 must be left in the mountains to die. A son tearfully takes his mom up to the mountains but can't bear to [do] it. He hides her beneath the floor .
  • A hard working family refuses to give in to poverty so the God of Poverty haunting them is to be fired. But they want him to stay. A strange child shouts, "Poor! Trip!" at a poor elderly couple on new years. A poor man gives a priest statue a straw hat, and is given blessings in return.
  • The world's laziest man goes to Kyoto . A flute is played on a moonlit night. A monk draws magic shrimp.
  • The monk and the turtle: A travelling monk saves a turtle, and the turtle later saves the monks life. The turtle reappears when the monk is in grave danger. Kijimuna: A mountain occurs near a small village, and the guardian tree of the village is burnt down. A mischievous fairy called a Kijimuna appears to beg for food, but he has a very good reasons. The stingy funeral: There was once a very stingy man. He doesn't know who to give his money to when he dies. So he asks his three sons what kind of funeral they'd give him.
  • An honest man gets rewarded by a liar, a husband white lie turns into a great whale, and a couple tries the ginger trick.
  • A man becomes faster than a horse after his mother dies. A sumo wrestler uses divine help to defeat an opponent. A kappa wants to marry a girl in exchange for his help.
  • Gonpachi was working hard at a gold mine to raise money for his family. Three brothers get lost in the mountains and find themselves at the house of a terrifying mountain grannie . A traveler comes to an inn on the Sumidagawa river. She's looking for her son who vanishes.
  • A boy named Kintarō wrestles a bear . A thunder god is taught a lesson. A master liar deceives people.
  • A giant teapot monster haunts an abandoned temple . A rich man devises a cunning plan to marry off his daughter . A priest sends a boy into town to learn about the mysterious "tenshiki" .
  • A couple creates a child from dirt, a woodcutter breaks his promise, and in the last tale we learn the meaning of "Hirarin, Heirin, Tairarin, Tairabayashi and Ippachijuu no Mokumoku, and Hitotsutoyattsudetokkikki".
  • A man works hard at tilling an arid field near a river. A girl saves his mother from drowning and he marries her. A foreign ship crashes near a small fishing village.A young man leaves on a journey to become strong, and encounters more and more friends with surprising talents.
  • A master hunter goes to the mountain, where he has a dream of a frog eating a worm, and then being eaten by a snake. An Ainu village is attacked, and an old woman and her grandson Tonkuru escape into the forest where they get separated. A girl named Yayoi crosses the mountains every day to go to work, and each day she would talk to a tree.
  • An old man has a bump . A lazy man wants a life of ease. The God of Wealth's hammer is missing its handle.
  • A small [child] shows the biggest bravery, an old man’s accidental gift is repaid, and a lazy man gets the cow.
  • A priest gains the power to control farts, a mother-in-law's true colors are shown, and brothers want to cook with a star.
  • A country rat tries out the big city, a father learns a hard lesson, and it’s tortoise vs. hare.
  • A small boy fights a demon . The wind god takes children to a mystical land . A lord goes thumpity-thump.
  • A thief is scary, a wolf is scary, but the worst is the Furuya Flora; two children fight a witch, and a painter learns a lesson.
  • A man sleeps and waits for good news. A woman wants to divorce her husband because his mother farts too much. A man marries a snake.
  • A crane repays a debt . A lazy woman is visited by terrible ghosts. A monster and a mountain granny terrorize a village.
  • Susano has to prove his worth, a Satori woman finds her man, and a cheapo meets his match.
  • A crane repays a fisherman, a group of heros defeat a demon, and moderation is key.
  • A rich man learns of a treasure in a swamp and forces his servants to drain it. Tatsuko goes to a shrine in the mountain every night seeking eternal beauty. The black dragon, who is the master of a huge swamp, wants to marry the beautiful Kurohime.
  • A thief helps a sick boy instead of stealing. A horse, a cat, a dog, and a chicken go on a journey. Stories are sold for ten gold coins.
  • A lie does not build a family, a mother never stops searching, and a traveling priest searches for the answer.
  • A teapot holds a dark secret . A man solves a complicated riddle. A complex pun involving tea and sieves.
  • A nation tricks a war hungry nation, a hunter tricks a snake, and an otter tricks a fox.
  • A wolf encounters the most terrifying thing in the world . A tengu plays tricks with potatoes. Kanne and his merry band race a princess.
  • A priest statue helps an old man. A traveling performer meets a giant snake that devours travelers . A fishing village angers the whales and pays a terrible price.
  • An honest old man's bean is eaten by a priest statue, and in exchange he gets a demon's treasure. A man saves a snake from a volcano and is given a reed full of water that will make a spring. A farmer saves a wounded swan, and marries a beautiful woman.
  • A fire man brings gold . A priest sacrifices himself to bring the rain. A man carries a mountain.
  • A poor man saves a wounded bird, and a beautiful woman comes to be his bride. The beautiful cloths she weaves sell for a high price, but... . A young man loves to play the flute, but is forced to prove his bravery by slaying 100 boars. A man makes a stupid wish accidentally, and now a god will kill his son on his seventh birthday.
  • Cats perform plays late at night. A man is mistaken for a god. A gourd grants all wishes.
  • A musician is haunted by the spirits of fallen samurai, two massive men duel for supremacy , and a transforming badger runs a con at a mountain pass.
  • A man uses his fortune-telling skills to win a reward. A suspicious man believes rumors that lead to his fiancee's death. An old priest tricks a monster.
  • A village helps a monk escape the wrath of a feudal lord. A goddess turns leaves into fish to help her people. A high priest comes to the village.
  • Late one night, a thief tricks a priest into letting him ride on his shoulders, hoping to steal the priest's cloak. A priest stays the night at an old temple, where he sees demons torturing a young girl. A sailor is attacked by ghost ships in the Seto Inland Sea, and is the only survivor.
  • An old man with a bump dances for a demon band, a fox gets tricked, and a love potion backfires horribly.
  • A couple works hard but is still poor, and meets the new year with a sigh. On new years, a man can't sell his hemp so he trades it for an umbrella and an honest cow-herd meets a strange monster who can read thoughts.
  • Momotarō fights demons with his animal friends . A wise priest heals illness in exchange for buckwheat. A priest has a disgusting nose.
  • A monkey steals a baby, a small shows the biggest bravery , and a unique shapped baby growns into a unique man.
  • A man goes to an undersea palace . A crane leaves his poop as a present. Gosuke makes money in an unusual way.
  • An old man makes flowers bloom . A lazy man is visited by a sea monster. Two foxes compare their disguises.
  • Did you drop the gold axe or the silver axe? A man makes a deal with a monster, and a Tengu is tricked.
  • A man marries a beautiful, rich wife, but is warned never to wake up in the middle of the night. One night he wakes up. An old couple build a child out of the dirt from their bodies. It comes alive and becomes their son . The Kijimuna fairies that were saved by an old couple fill a beach with flowers but the sea god gets angry.
  • A wife weaves her loom to raise money for the family, but the spirits of the dead hear the sound and come to claim her soul. A monk buys some octopus for his ailing mother, but an irritating local man calls him out. A man raises his daughter alone, and one day a woman under a willow tree gives her milk.
  • Three brothers learn the best use of money, wolves won’t eat a good man, and dokkosiho is delicious!
  • An elderly couple is blessed with a daughter born from a bamboo stalk, a little boy’s sister has become a real demon, and a worker is terrified of meat buns.
  • A couple finds a baby, a young girl lives with a flowerpot on her head, and how the zodiac got its animals.
  • A worker is terrified of meat buns . A raindrop monster. A demon puts a carpenter in an unwanted deal .
  • The ghostly voices of children cry out at night from a haunted bed, a man tries a new strategy to sell his wares , and the dancing bones of a murdered man bring fame and wealth to the one who killed him.
  • Rustle Rustle Don't Go, a bully gets his, and a walking stick breaks a bone.
  • A lazy man named Zenroku learns to become a great sawyer. A man finds a celestial maiden's cloth and steals it, and forces her to become his wife . Two ancient sages play a game of go inside an orange.
  • A crab seeks revenge on a monkey . A demon devours shadows. A boundary is lost.
  • A careless man meets his double . A beheaded priest statue saves a life. A bully loses a hood and is tormented by terrible visions.
  • A man listens to the world around him, a dog and cat rescue their master, and a ghost is lost in rhyme.
  • Married by the gods, a sneaky snake, and you can't get the priest butt wet! .
  • A man is repaid for an accidental gift but greed ruins all, an old couple sponsors a rat, and two kids trick a sneaky priest.
  • A girl named Ofuku is kidnapped by a terrible demon, but she has a plan. A couple invites a demon into their homes on the way when demons are normally driven out. A priest becomes friends with a raccoon couple who want to hear the sutras he recites.
  • A lesson about soba is learned. A lightning god refuses to strike a mulberry tree. The souls of the dead rip off a man's ears .
  • A white snake becomes a daughter. Two snails cook dinner for a pair of brothers. A blue tengu and a red tengu get in a fight.
  • Ikkyuu is a smart young man. The shogun hears about him and gives him a difficult task: defeating a tiger that lives inside a painting. A child meets an old man in the mountains who tells him that if he goes to the mountain god's shrine and prays, his wish will come true. An old man saves a crane who's been caught by some children.
  • A man helps a snake and is taken to the dragon god's palace, and the dragon god offers him anything he wants. He asks for water for his village. A white rat brings blessings to a man but his greedy neighbor steals it. A lazy man finds a tiny hermit in a pot. The lazier he is the more the hermit grows, until at last it fills the whole house.
  • The stinkvine weed smelled terrible, and the big tree always made fun of it. To save a girl from a demon, a traveling monk goes to find the one thing it fears, "Shippeitaro" . Buhei is a man proud of his strength.
  • A man buys a dream that lead to wealth . A badger longs for a mother's warmth. A god promises health if people will stop tripping over his head.
  • A boy travels with some animals , a frogs croak is explained, and the fountain of youth is found .
  • A simple trip leads to an unfortunate life, a fox learns of karma , and the Fire god is lonely.
  • A priest statue heals hearing . A cow goes into a swamp. A man cuts reeds.
  • We learn the tale of Sakata no Kintoki, a lord learns more than expected, and sometimes you have to cry to move on.
  • A man washes his horse in the river, and the horse is attacked by evil imps. A white fox repays a debt. A lord and a peasant woman exchange beautiful poems.
  • A statue by the river reminds a boy of his dead mother. His stepmom tells him that if the statue will eat a rice ball, he can have one too, so off he goes . A new hand washing basin has been put in the village shrine. But the kappa used this stone to sit on and think or keep watch . A massive pumpkin grows from a tiny vine, and a man is very happy .
  • A giving man waits by a bridge, a monk witness his cat give a moving speech, and Chichinpuyopuyo Pupuyopuyo.
  • A monk saves a girl from an evil monster . A demon granny stalks the plains of Adachigahara . A woman devours the legs of an octopus .
  • An Octopus wants a hat. A secret is buried. A raccoon with a unibrow sets a task for a monk.
  • There is a splendid picture of a rooster in the room where the crimson flower merchant says. And they say that it crows at midnight. God creates the calendar to rule the world, and wants the animals to protect it. The animals all rush to God's temple on new years. But the rat lies to the cat . Zenzaemon, of Kishou Swamp, is sent to learn the secrets of salt-making from Akou Province and is caught. But official Ooishi Kuranosuke is moved by his devotion to his homeland, and lets him go.
  • The origin of the Tanabata festival is told, a snake causes a calamity, and manners are important.
  • A new bride is explosive, a hunter gets lucky, and a man tries a new strategy to sell his wares.
  • An old woman who is an excellent midwife hears a woman in pain with a difficult birth. A man saves a snake and is rewarded with a strange sleeve that creates money when shaken. A ghost in an old temple turns out to be a raccoon.
  • A dog is loyal no matter what, the Queens wants monkey livers, and a dog wishes to be human.
  • Masakichi, a fisherman who picked up a priest statue from a wrecked ship, is visited by it in his dreams. The merchants of Kyoto are attacked by bandits. They manage to escape but their horses and goods are stolen. A loser meets the god of death, who tells him to become a doctor. He does as he's told and immediately becomes very rich...
  • An old man loved a swallow, but when it eats his wifes glue, she cuts out its tongue. He goes deep into the mountains to find her... A packdriver buys a good horse in town, and then some mackeral to give to the god of horses , and Shinkichi works at a soy sauce shop, but since he's so careless everyone treats him like a child.
  • Crabs seek revenge upon a monkey for wounding their mother, and are aided by a mortar and cow poop; a divine oracle leads a man to riches , and a man's head becomes the scene of strange happenings.
  • Three brothers run from a demon, a priest spends a night in a tree, and the Sun, Moon, and Thunder come to an agreement.
  • It's princess week on Folktales from Japan! A princess returns to the moon . A princess has a bowl on her head . A princess has no hair.
  • A raccoon badly injures a kind old woman. The rabbit hears about this from her husband, and angrily avenges her. A child is picking up chestnuts in the forest, and before he knows it it's night. A demon grannie catches him . A new hand washing basin has been put in the village shrine. But the kappa used this stone to sit on and think or keep watch.
  • A man saves a rat who is being bullied, and is granted great fortune. A man saves a turtle who is being bullied, and is taken to an undersea palace . A man saves the frogs in a swamp, and is given a magic folding screen.
  • A lord picks mushrooms. A wife is embarrassed at her family's meager presents. Two sculptors compete to see who is the best, but one cheats.
  • A mother raises two sons alone after her husband dies. A boy at a temple hides two buns to give them to a kind family, but snow falls and he doesn't know where they are... The Tengu of Mt. Kurama gives Ushiwakamaru his father's sword, and trains him to become a great samurai.
  • A boy is born from a peach and beats a demon . A fierce hawk kills animals on a winter mountain, and only a hunter can stop it. A thunder god falls in love with the owner of a soba stand and marries her.
  • A man looks for a box of treasure at a bridge A couple is dealing with a violent governor. An old man who loves to drink finds a skull in a field.
  • A sparrow's tongue is severed . A mortar seller has a dream. A man marries a fox.
  • A man fights for his wife, a haunt ditch, and more money more problems.
  • Rice balls roll . A monster lurks in a hot springs. A man's head becomes a lake .
  • A demon and his son live in the mountains. The princess of Ryuuguu castle has a baby . Taikichi, who always gives an offering to the Ryuuguu Abyss, is given a wife and child by Ryuuguu Palace.
  • The origin of the Tanabata festival is told , a woodcutter breaks his promise , and monkeys worship a Buddha without getting their butts wet .
  • A woman opens a box and meets a terrible fate. A wife seeks revenge for her lost mirror. A merchant tries to con a man out of a rare dish, but is conned instead .
  • A pond snail becomes rich . A girl opens a box that she should never have opened. A giant snake has a child.
  • A statue falls in love and goes to visit its lover every night. A trickster fox loves to tease an old man, but one night it goes a little too far. An owl dies[sic] a crow different colors, but the crow doesn't like them.
  • A girl sings a song, and her father is sacrificed; a son is tasked with taking his mother to the mountains, where she will left to die , and a tense hostage situation at a sumo wrestler's dojo.
  • Governor Shimada has come to Kazusa, where there is no water and the harvest is dependant on the rain. Two men tie a pipe between their houses so they can talk even when they're snowed in. Even though they were alone, they could cheer each other up by talking, but then they stop getting answers... . The priest tries to raise a fava bean tree to help the starving villagers, but the kids at the temple eat it.
  • Tanokyuu tricks a snake and gets a reward, monsters pick a fight with the wrong monk, and a monk and raccoon do battle.
  • Two large men fight each other to see who is the strongest . A human intervenes in a duel between cow and bear. A girl marries a snake.
  • A traveling pair of samurai eat delicious miso beans, which are so good that they travel back three leagues to get more. A boy sleeps for three years and begins to make strange requests. A lazy boy is forced to work in the mountains for three years, and given a broken bowl in exchange.
  • A priest is tricked by a fox, who is then tricked by a kid. A priest eats meat from the thigh of his goddess. A stingy man becomes a bug .
  • A southern ruler named Yuriwaka is abandoned on an island, an old man brings home a boy named "Fire Man" , and a stingy priest tells the children at his temple that his snacks are made of poison, but...
  • A young samurai seeks revenge . A demon granny stalks the plains of Adachigahara. The sun and moon take a trip down to see the lower world .
  • A stranger comes to a fishing village, which plans to catch lots of fish through poisoning the river. As the villagers debate, they are warned against this by a traveling priest; a fisherman saves a little turtle and is taken to an undersea palace , and two boys go to ask the fire god to help them with a demon who's been raiding their village.
  • A young woodcutter seeks shelter from a blizzard with his master. A young woman has a horse she loves . After the battle between the Heike and the Genji, a young girl finds a conch shell on the beach that she feeds to her mom.
  • A man who is all alone in the world takes the advice of a goddess and trades a single piece of straw into a fortune . Two brothers who are masters of the bow stop at a village haunted by a monster. They decide to get rid of it. A brave young boy goes to a forbidden shrine, and doesn't come back.
  • A sister saves her brothers; a love is found, lost, and found again; and you put an "o" in front of everything to be polite.
  • "If I can make a hundred swords in a night, give me your daughter," a traveler says, and locks himself in a blacksmith's forge. There was a mean doctor who lived in a village. One night, he goes to a mansion to save a young girl who's having a hard birth . Senkamejo grew up spoiled by her mother, and was the prettiest girl in town, but selfish and arrogant. One day she hears that a beautiful statue of Kannon-sama is at the temple, and she and her mother go to see it.
  • The bat flys at dusk, an old man with a bump dances for a demon band , and lunch works.
  • A talented woodcutter enters a forbidden forest and is assaulted by a monster crab. An old man is famous for being rough on his servants. Since nobody wants to work for him, he hires monsters. An old man gives a rat a rice ball, and as thanks is taken to a magical world .
  • Money gets up and walks away, everybody farts, and true kindness is always repaid.
  • A girl tricks a monkey out of marriage . A woman devours the legs of an octopus. An oil seller is tricked by a fox.
  • A traveler gets help from a mountain couple, a priest battles an evil entity, and an old man gets a double trouble .
  • The mountain grannie has given birth to a child and the villagers are told to bring Mochi. The talented hunter Sadaroku is never found without his hunting dog, Shiro. He has a license to hunt wherever he wants, but one day he leaves it at home and is arrested. A traveling medicine seller stays at a mansion where he is visited by three young children in a dream. They were Zashiki-Warashi, said to bring prosperity.
  • An unlucky man goes west, a god of luck gets a bum rap, and Japan challenges China in a strong man contest.
  • A field worker named Manzou gets a small field with a shrine from the rich man. A charcoal-maker takes pity on a crane being sold by the road, and pays money to free it . An old man loves to fish at night at a waterfall. He gets old and decides to retire, and gives his fishing pole to a young man.
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  • Furusato saisei: Nippon no mukashibanashi (ふるさと再生 日本の昔ばなし? lett. "Rinascita dell'antico villaggio: Favole giapponesi"), anche nota internazionalmente come Folktales from Japan è una serie televisiva anime, iniziata il 1º aprile 2012 su TV Tokyo. La serie racconta in ogni episodio varie storie legate al folclore ed alla mitologia giapponese. Voci narranti di ogni episodio saranno quelle degli attori Akira Emoto e Yoneko Matsukane. (it)
  • 『ふるさと再生 日本の昔ばなし』(ふるさとさいせい にっぽんのむかしばなし)は、2012年4月1日からテレビ東京系列で放送されているテレビアニメ。厚生労働省社会保障審議会特別推薦 児童福祉文化賞受賞作品。 ヘーベルハウス(旭化成ホームズ)の一社提供で「ヘーベルハウス劇場」の枠名が設定されている。 (ja)
  • Hometown Rebuilding: Folktales from Japan (ふるさと再生(さいせい) 日本(にっぽん)の昔(むかし)ばなし Furusato Saisei Nippon no Mukashi Banashi) is a Japanese anime television series that adapts various traditional stories from Japan. Each episode of this anime comprises three approximately seven-minute tales. Produced by the anime company Tomason, it has been aired by TV Tokyo since April 1, 2012. An English-subtitled version is simulcasted on the streaming service Crunchyroll, which describes the main plot as following: "Like in any culture, Japanese kids grow up listening to the stories repeatedly told by their parents and grandparents. The boy born from a peach; the princess from the moon who is discovered inside a bamboo; the old man who can make a dead cherry tree blossom, etc. These short stories that teach k (en)
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  • Furusato saisei: Nippon no mukashibanashi (it)
  • ふるさと再生 日本の昔ばなし (ja)
  • Folktales from Japan (en)
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