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The Resource Folk legends of Japan., Illustrated by Yoshie Noguchi

Folk legends of Japan., Illustrated by Yoshie Noguchi

Label
Folk legends of Japan.
Title
Folk legends of Japan.
Statement of responsibility
Illustrated by Yoshie Noguchi
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
DLC
http://library.link/vocab/creatorDate
1916-1981
http://library.link/vocab/creatorName
Dorson, Richard M.
Dewey number
398.2
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
no index present
LC call number
GR340
LC item number
.D65 1962
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Tales
  • Tales
  • Japan
Label
Folk legends of Japan., Illustrated by Yoshie Noguchi
Instantiates
Publication
Copyright
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 245-248)
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Priests, temples, and shrines. Saint Kobo's well -- The willow well of Kobo -- The Kobo chestnut trees -- The waterless river in Takio -- The stream where Kobo washed his garment -- The priest's towel -- The Kannon who substituted -- The statue of Buddha at Saiho-ji -- The earless Jizo of Sendatsuno -- The red nose of the image -- The priest who ate the corpse -- The monk and the maid -- The shrine of the vengeful spirit -- The shrine built by straw dolls -- Visit to Zenko-ji driven by a cow -- The temple of Raikyu Gongen -- The origin of Enoo-ji -- The origin of Kazo-ji on Mt. Wooden Pillow
  • Monsters. The kappa of Fukiura -- The Kappa of Koda Pond -- The kappa who played "pull-finger" -- The kappa bonesetter -- A grateful kappa -- Wrestling a kappa -- Memories of kappa -- Tales of tengu -- The tengu pine and Takegoro -- Burned to death by a tengu -- The Tengu of Komine Shrine -- The tengu's sword -- The tengu who made rice cakes -- The demon's cave -- The tooth-marked stone -- Great king with eight faces -- Mountain giants -- The mountain man of Mt. Mitsubishi -- The flute player and the shojo -- Spider pool -- The bodyless horse -- Tales of zashiki-bokko
  • Spirits. The ghost that cared for a child -- The ghost of the first wife -- The mirror given by the ghost -- The dish mansion in Unshu -- Fish salad mingled with blood -- White rice on the pot -- The seven blind minstrels -- The revengeful spirit of Masakado -- The evil spirit of Fusataro -- The weaving sound in the water -- The phantom boat -- One hundred recited tales
  • Transformations. The serpent suitor -- The blind serpent-wife -- The serpent goddess of Amo-ga-ike -- The serpent of Mt. Unzen -- Two daughters who became serpents -- Hachiro's transformation -- The marsh of Tatsuko -- The fox demons -- The fox wrestler -- The fox wife -- The badger that was a shamisen player -- Dankuro Badger -- Seventy-five badgers -- Koike's baba -- The god Akiba revealed as a beggar -- The hunters turned to rats -- The mystery of the bull-trout -- The blacksmith's wife -- The girl who turned into a stone -- The woman who loved a tree-spirit -- Okesa the dancer
  • Heroes and strong men. The child of the sun -- The jewel that grew golden flowers -- The tale of Yuriwaka -- The story of Kihachi -- Koga Saburo -- The Heike refugees -- The last of the Aki -- Relics of Benkei -- Benkei's stone mortar -- The famous horse Ikezuki -- The faithful dog of Tametomo -- Banji and Manji -- Nue the hunter of Hatoya -- The strongest wrestler in Japan -- The mighty wrestler Usodagawa -- Nasu Kozahara the strong man
  • Chojas [rich peasants]. The charcoal burner who became a choja -- Asahi choja -- Sanya choja -- The camellia tree of Tamaya -- The gold ox -- The poor farmer and the rich farmer -- The girl who ate a baby -- The thief who took the moneybox
  • Knaves. The origin of foolish Sajiya tales -- The crow and the pheasant -- Kichigo ascends to the sky -- Kitchomu fools his neighbors -- Whew! -- The wit of Niemonen -- Boaster's wit -- Boasting of one's own region -- The old man who broke wind
  • Places. Human sacrifice to the river god -- The princess who became a human sacrifice -- A mystery at Motomachi Bridge -- A human sacrifice at Kono Strand -- The bridge where brides are taken away -- Gojo Bridge in Kyoto -- The mountain of abandoned old people -- Feather-Robe Stone Mountain -- Contest in height between two mountains -- The mounds of the master singers -- The village boundary mound -- Oka Castle -- The laughter of a maidenhair tree -- The discovery of Yudaira Hot Spring -- The spring of saké -- Blood-red pool -- Otowa Pond
Control code
16880740
Dimensions
23 cm
Edition
1st ed..
Extent
256 pages
Lccn
61011972
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
  • (OCoLC)ocm00492575
  • (OCoLC)492575
Label
Folk legends of Japan., Illustrated by Yoshie Noguchi
Publication
Copyright
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 245-248)
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Priests, temples, and shrines. Saint Kobo's well -- The willow well of Kobo -- The Kobo chestnut trees -- The waterless river in Takio -- The stream where Kobo washed his garment -- The priest's towel -- The Kannon who substituted -- The statue of Buddha at Saiho-ji -- The earless Jizo of Sendatsuno -- The red nose of the image -- The priest who ate the corpse -- The monk and the maid -- The shrine of the vengeful spirit -- The shrine built by straw dolls -- Visit to Zenko-ji driven by a cow -- The temple of Raikyu Gongen -- The origin of Enoo-ji -- The origin of Kazo-ji on Mt. Wooden Pillow
  • Monsters. The kappa of Fukiura -- The Kappa of Koda Pond -- The kappa who played "pull-finger" -- The kappa bonesetter -- A grateful kappa -- Wrestling a kappa -- Memories of kappa -- Tales of tengu -- The tengu pine and Takegoro -- Burned to death by a tengu -- The Tengu of Komine Shrine -- The tengu's sword -- The tengu who made rice cakes -- The demon's cave -- The tooth-marked stone -- Great king with eight faces -- Mountain giants -- The mountain man of Mt. Mitsubishi -- The flute player and the shojo -- Spider pool -- The bodyless horse -- Tales of zashiki-bokko
  • Spirits. The ghost that cared for a child -- The ghost of the first wife -- The mirror given by the ghost -- The dish mansion in Unshu -- Fish salad mingled with blood -- White rice on the pot -- The seven blind minstrels -- The revengeful spirit of Masakado -- The evil spirit of Fusataro -- The weaving sound in the water -- The phantom boat -- One hundred recited tales
  • Transformations. The serpent suitor -- The blind serpent-wife -- The serpent goddess of Amo-ga-ike -- The serpent of Mt. Unzen -- Two daughters who became serpents -- Hachiro's transformation -- The marsh of Tatsuko -- The fox demons -- The fox wrestler -- The fox wife -- The badger that was a shamisen player -- Dankuro Badger -- Seventy-five badgers -- Koike's baba -- The god Akiba revealed as a beggar -- The hunters turned to rats -- The mystery of the bull-trout -- The blacksmith's wife -- The girl who turned into a stone -- The woman who loved a tree-spirit -- Okesa the dancer
  • Heroes and strong men. The child of the sun -- The jewel that grew golden flowers -- The tale of Yuriwaka -- The story of Kihachi -- Koga Saburo -- The Heike refugees -- The last of the Aki -- Relics of Benkei -- Benkei's stone mortar -- The famous horse Ikezuki -- The faithful dog of Tametomo -- Banji and Manji -- Nue the hunter of Hatoya -- The strongest wrestler in Japan -- The mighty wrestler Usodagawa -- Nasu Kozahara the strong man
  • Chojas [rich peasants]. The charcoal burner who became a choja -- Asahi choja -- Sanya choja -- The camellia tree of Tamaya -- The gold ox -- The poor farmer and the rich farmer -- The girl who ate a baby -- The thief who took the moneybox
  • Knaves. The origin of foolish Sajiya tales -- The crow and the pheasant -- Kichigo ascends to the sky -- Kitchomu fools his neighbors -- Whew! -- The wit of Niemonen -- Boaster's wit -- Boasting of one's own region -- The old man who broke wind
  • Places. Human sacrifice to the river god -- The princess who became a human sacrifice -- A mystery at Motomachi Bridge -- A human sacrifice at Kono Strand -- The bridge where brides are taken away -- Gojo Bridge in Kyoto -- The mountain of abandoned old people -- Feather-Robe Stone Mountain -- Contest in height between two mountains -- The mounds of the master singers -- The village boundary mound -- Oka Castle -- The laughter of a maidenhair tree -- The discovery of Yudaira Hot Spring -- The spring of saké -- Blood-red pool -- Otowa Pond
Control code
16880740
Dimensions
23 cm
Edition
1st ed..
Extent
256 pages
Lccn
61011972
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
  • (OCoLC)ocm00492575
  • (OCoLC)492575

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