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Japanese Wolves Part 1: The Honshu Wolf

Posted by: mystery_man on March 29th, 2011

I am re-publishing a series I did here awhile back for the enjoyment of both new Cryptomundo readers and old alike. Here’s Part 1, with the next two to follow in the coming days.

Read: Japanese Wolves Part 1: The Honshu Wolf »


Jinmenken: The Human-Faced Dogs of Japan

Posted by: mystery_man on March 18th, 2011

Dogs with human heads or faces have long been sighted in Japan. Is there a zoological explanation behind this phenomenon?

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The Kappa of Tono

Posted by: mystery_man on March 17th, 2011

Still more on the Kappa. A post tsunami essay on these mysterious creatures by mystery_man.

Read: The Kappa of Tono »


New Whales and the Wonders of the Deep

Posted by: mystery_man on January 21st, 2011

Who says there are no large animals left to be discovered?

Read: New Whales and the Wonders of the Deep »


OOP Gators in Japan

Posted by: mystery_man on August 5th, 2010

Out of place alligators pop up all over the place.

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Alligator Gar Sighted in Tokyo River

Posted by: mystery_man on August 4th, 2010

A river in Tokyo has an unusual guest.

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Japanese Giant Fish, Part 6- Phantom Giant Rays

Posted by: mystery_man on July 10th, 2010

The Nagara River of Gifu prefecture, Japan, has been the source of several sightings of what appear to be giant, river going rays.

Read: Japanese Giant Fish, Part 6- Phantom Giant Rays »


Japanese Giant Fish, Part 5- River Monsters

Posted by: mystery_man on July 3rd, 2010

Japanese rivers have long been the haunts of mysterious giant creatures. Here let us examine a couple of the more well known such enigmas.

Read: Japanese Giant Fish, Part 5- River Monsters »


The Mysterious Little People of Japan

Posted by: mystery_man on June 8th, 2010

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.

Read: The Mysterious Little People of Japan »


Japanese Giant Fish, Part 4 – Mystery Fish of Lake Ashi

Posted by: mystery_man on June 4th, 2010

Lake Ashi, also known as Lake Hakone and by its Japanese name Ashinoko, is located in the Hakone area of Honshu’s Kanagawa prefecture and is famous for its scenic views of majestic Mt. Fuji. The lake is also known for its aquatic mysteries.

Read: Japanese Giant Fish, Part 4 – Mystery Fish of Lake Ashi »


Japanese Giant Fish, Part 3- Giant Trout of Lake Shikotsu

Posted by: mystery_man on June 2nd, 2010

Lake Shikotsu has become well known for its sightings of giant trout reported to be 2 meters (6.6 ft) in length. Giant trout have long been reported by fishermen on the lake, and there are even accounts of whole schools of these huge fish being seen.

Read: Japanese Giant Fish, Part 3- Giant Trout of Lake Shikotsu »


Japanese Giant Fish, Part 2 – The Dragon Fish

Posted by: mystery_man on May 31st, 2010

The Dragon Fish, also known in Japanese as the Ryuu Gyo, is a large, mysterious fish with a reptilian appearance that was reported frequently during Japan’s Meiji period (1868 to 1912).

Read: Japanese Giant Fish, Part 2 – The Dragon Fish »


Japanese Giant Fish, Part 1- The Namitarou

Posted by: mystery_man on May 30th, 2010

Giant fish of various types have long been a part of the cryptozoological landscape in Japan. In the coming days, I will be presenting a series of overviews of some of the more well known of these Japanese aquatic enigmas, starting here with Part 1.

Read: Japanese Giant Fish, Part 1- The Namitarou »



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