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|Thursday, 31 January 2008 17:03|
Obake, the Japanese "ghost," is exactly what its name suggests: "O" is an honorific prefix, while bake is a noun from bakeru, the verb meaning "undergo change." Japanese ghosts, then, are essentially transformations.
Obake / Bakemono
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