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Norse mythology

Norse mythology

The BAKE-KUJIRA (literally "ghost whale") is a mythical Japanese yōkai (spirit-creature) deriving from western Japan. It is categorized as large ghostly skeletal whale and is said to be accompanied by strange birds and fish as it wanders the seas. In one story a fisherman tries to catch it with his harpoon but the harpoon sailed right through the beast and the Bake-kujira floated away, leaving the fisherman dumbstruck in awe.

The BAKE-KUJIRA (literally "ghost whale") is a mythical Japanese yōkai (spirit-creature) deriving from western Japan. It is categorized as large ghostly skeletal whale and is said to be accompanied by strange birds and fish as it wanders the seas. In one story a fisherman tries to catch it with his harpoon but the harpoon sailed right through the beast and the Bake-kujira floated away, leaving the fisherman dumbstruck in awe.

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