Asian mythology kitune fox women
He states that, according to a 16th-century book of records called the Nihon Ryakki, foxes and human beings lived close together in ancient Japan, and he contends that indigenous legends about the creatures arose as a result. Given the importance of rice in Japan, Inari is obviously a big deal. This ambiguous portrayal, coupled with their reputation for vengefulness, leads people to try to discover a troublesome fox's motives. Other legends of diviners, samurai warriors, or monks befriending foxes to gain their omniscient powers and anecdotes of foxes creating fantastical illusions or flying in the air exist. Entire families were ostracized by their communities after a member of the family was thought to be possessed. Because the fox returns to her husband each night as a woman but leaves each morning as a fox, she is called Kitsune. By no grasp can it be so tightly compressed by a strong hand that it will not slip from under the fingers.
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