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  • All fields: lamps (lighting devices)
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    • Nakamitsu's only son Kojumaru is substituted

    • men (male humans); women; children (people by age group); swords; flowers (plants); kimonos; lamps (lighting devices)
    • Minamoto no Mitsunaga sent his son Bijomaru to a temple to study and become a priest, but Bijomaru practiced martial arts instead. His father was angry and ordered his chief retainer Nakamitsu to kill Bijomaru. Nakamitsu could not bring himself to...
    • The Demon of Rashomon retrieves her arm

    • Narrative; men (male humans); women; dresses (garments); kimonos; fans (costume accessories); hats; swords; lamps (lighting devices); strongboxes
    • Watanabe no Tsuna, a Heian retainer of Minamoto no Yorimitsu, accepted a dare to keep vigil at the Rasho Gate, reputed to be haunted by demons. He took up a post at the gate, and in the darkness, he was attacked by the demon--an oni. Drawing his...
    • The Lucky tea kettle of Morin Temple

    • legends (folk tales); depictions; kettles (vessels); interior spaces; lamps (lighting devices); badgers (animals); writing tables
    • Once upon a time, a woodcutter saved a badger's life. In gratitude the badger, which, like a fox, is capable of many transformations (see no. 3), turned itself into a tea kettle. The woodcutter sold the kettle to a priest at Morin Temple in the...

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