In honor of Halloween, enjoy this spooky ghost story from Ishikawa (formerly 能州) on Hyakumonogatari Kadankai.
Originally posted on 百物語怪談会 Hyakumonogatari Kaidankai:
Translated and Sourced from Mizuki Shigeru’s Mujyara and Japanese Wikipedia
Long ago in the Empou period (1670 – 1683), an unusual farmer’s wife lived in a small village called Mikoharabara, which was nestled in a remote mountain valley in the province of Noshu (modern day Ishikawa prefecture).
She was unusual for several reasons. For one, she had fish scales growing under her armpits where she should have had skin. Second, her nipples were so long that she could throw them over her shoulder and feed her baby while it was still nestled on her back. Last, she was incredibly strong—it was said this farmer’s wife could do the world of 4-5 grown men, all by herself.
However, even the strongest person is not invulnerable. One winter the farmer’s wife got sick and died.
The 17th day after her death, she came back as a yurei and haunted her husband to…
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