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Japanese Hominid Files 4- The Kenmun

Posted by: mystery_man on October 3rd, 2012

On the island of Amami Oshima (Amami big island), there have long been stories of a hairy, monkey-like creature known as the Kenmun. Let us now take a look into these tropical southern islands of Japan, and the mysteries they hide. Amami Oshima is the largest island in the Amami chain of islands, in the […]

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Japanese Hominid Files 3- The Koropokkuru

Posted by: mystery_man on September 30th, 2012

On the island of Hokkaido, in the cold northern reaches of the Japanese archipelago, the indigenous Ainu people too have their long traditions of an ancient race of dwarf-like people thought to have inhabited the land long before humans arrived. Does Japan have its own race of proto-pygmies?

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The Gatagon- Mystery Footprints in Japan

Posted by: mystery_man on September 27th, 2012

What made these mysterious tracks?

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Japanese Hominid Files 2- The Kappa

Posted by: mystery_man on September 24th, 2012

One of the most well known cryptids of Japan is a mysterious, bipedal water dwelling creature known as the Kappa.

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Strange Brown Crow Found in Japan

Posted by: mystery_man on September 23rd, 2012

You don’t see this everyday.

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The Man Eating Monster of Mt. Bandai

Posted by: mystery_man on September 22nd, 2012

What kind of beast terrorized this small Japanese rural community?

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Japanese Hominid Files 1- The Hibagon

Posted by: mystery_man on September 22nd, 2012

I will be republishing some previous articles of mine as a series on Japanese hominids for the benefit of new readers and as a refresher for others. Part 1 concerns a gorilla-like creature said to inhabit the wilderness of Mt. Hiba, Japan. Is there a strange hominid lurking in the remote mountains of Japan?

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Japanese River Otter Extinction?

Posted by: mystery_man on September 9th, 2012

Recently the Japanese River Otter was declared extinct by the Ministry of the Environment after sitting on the critically endangered list for decades, but is there the possibility that some still survive?

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Japanese Mystery Cats- Revisiting the Yamapikarya

Posted by: mystery_man on February 24th, 2012

Is there a large mystery cat lurking in the jungles of one of Japan’s most remote islands? Many images.

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Tsunamis and Sky Beasts

Posted by: mystery_man on October 7th, 2011

Could the spike in sightings of UFOs following the recent March 11, 2011 Japanese earthquake and tsunami have a cryptozoological origin?

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Crypto Japan at the Tokyo National Science Musuem

Posted by: mystery_man on July 31st, 2011

Mystery Man (Brent Swancer) takes a tour of the cryptozoological exhibits at the National Science Museum in Tokyo.

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Man-Eating River Monsters of Japan

Posted by: mystery_man on May 28th, 2011

There are many mysterious monsters dwelling in the lakes and rivers of the world, but the ones that really intrigue and terrify us are the ones that are purported to attack humans.

What sort of creature would, or could, kill 12 well armed samurai warriors? As bizarre as it may sound, there are other stories of river dwelling beasts attacking humans in Japan as well.

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Revisiting the Hibagon – Japan’s Bigfoot

Posted by: mystery_man on April 7th, 2011

Revisiting a post I wrote awhile back here at Cryptomundo on the Hibagon, Japan’s own Bigfoot.

Are the forests of Japan home to a mysterious hairy hominid?

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Japanese Wolves Part 3: The Hokkaido Wolf

Posted by: mystery_man on March 31st, 2011

The Honshu wolf was not the only type of wolf endemic to Japan. In the cold northern wilderness of Hokkaido there lurked another, much larger variety of Japanese wolf. The final installment of my Japanese wolf series.

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Japanese Wolves Part 2: Yamainu

Posted by: mystery_man on March 30th, 2011

The last Honshu wolf is commonly thought to have been killed in 1905. Did it survive past that date, or even into the present? Part 2 of my Japanese wolf series.

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