User:Azuki Arai

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Azuki togō ka, hito totte kuo ka, shoki shoki

Azuki Arai studies Japanese folklore and mythology, and is very interested in -- though not terribly knowledgeable about -- Japanese history, particularly the Sengoku and Edo periods. He hopes to contribute more to the Folklore and Bakemono categories in the future.

Azuki Arai is named after a bakemono who is often heard by riversides washing red beans, but is never seen, for it jumps into the river as soon as it hears people approaching.

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