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Takitaro

Posted by: Loren Coleman on December 8th, 2009

In this guest blog by Brent Swancer, he examines the mystery of the Otori-ike, which is said to be the home of giant fish lurking within its depths. Images.

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Giant Worms of Japan

Posted by: Loren Coleman on September 27th, 2009

A more modern report from Mikata-gun, which is located in the mountains of Hyogo prefecture, dates from 1996 when a farmer uncovered an earthworm 3.3 feet long, while planting a tree on his rural property. A guest blog by Brent Swancer. Images.

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Raijū – Part II

Posted by: Loren Coleman on September 8th, 2009

Let’s take a look at some of the possibilities and dig deeper into the potential biological origins of this creature of Japanese folklore. Images.

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Japanese Wolves – Part III: The Ezo Wolf

Posted by: Loren Coleman on June 17th, 2009

The Honshu wolf is the most relatively well known type of wolf of Japan, but it was not the only one. Meet the other mystery wolf. Images.

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Japanese Wolves – Part II: Yamainu

Posted by: Loren Coleman on June 16th, 2009

Did the Honshu wolf survive past this date and thus defy the extinction orthodoxy? Guest blogger Brent Swancer looks at some possible answers in Part 2 of “Japanese Wolves.” Images.

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Japanese Wolves – Part I: Honshu Wolf

Posted by: Loren Coleman on June 15th, 2009

A guest blog series by Brent Swancer begins today. The first part of a three-part discussion of Mystery Canids in Japan. Images.

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Japanese Sea Lion

Posted by: Loren Coleman on November 8th, 2008

Is there a cryptid Sea Lion that persists today in the Sea of Japan? This is another guest blog by Brent Swancer. Several images.

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Tsuchinoko

Posted by: Loren Coleman on October 30th, 2008

The reptilian cryptid is said to be around 2 to 3 feet in length, most commonly reported as being a mottled black or rust color, and with a bright orange belly in many cases. A guest blog by Brent Swancer. Images.

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