Women in the Snow at Fujisawa by Hiroshige

Japanese Fairy Tales by Yei Theodora Ozaki

Sparrow by Hiroshige

Japanese Fairy Tales
by Yei Theodora Ozaki

Fairy Tales of Old Japan by William E. Griffis

Japanese Fairy Tales by Lafcadio Hearn

Tales of Old Japan by Algernon Bertram Freeman-Mitford

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Table of Contents



My Lord Bag of Rice

The Tongue-Cut Sparrow

The Story of Urashima Taro, the Fisher Lad

The Farmer and the Badger

The Shinasha, or the South Pointing Carriage

The Adventures of Kintaro, the Golden Boy

The Story of Princess Hase

The Story of the Man Who Did Not Wish To Die

The Bamboo-Cutter and the Moon-Child

The Mirror of Matsuyama

The Goblin of Adachigahara

The Sagacious Monkey and the Boar

The Happy Hunter and the Skillful Fisher

The Story of the Old Man Who Made Withered Trees To Flower

The Jelly Fish and the Monkey

The Quarrel of Tee Monkey and the Crab

The White Hare and the Crocodiles

The Story of Prince Yamato Take

Momotaro, or the Story of the Son of a Peach

The Ogre of Rashomon

How an Old Man Lost His Wen

The Stones of Five Colors and the Empress Jokwa

The text came from:

Ozaki, Yei Theodora. Japanese Fairy Tales. New York: A. L. Burt Company, 1908.
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Japanese Tales by Royall Tyler

Tales from Japan by Helen McAlpine, William McAlpine, Rosamund Fowler (Illustrator)

Tales of Old Japan : Folklore, Fairy Tales, Ghost Stories and Legends of the Samurai  by A. B. Mitford

The Japanese Psyche: Major Motifs in Fairy Tales of Japan by Hayao Kawai, Gerow Reece (Translator), Sachiko Reece (Translator)


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