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- The man is the Shinto god Okuninushi. He has been a number of things in the heavenly pantheon, among them the ruler of spirits and magic. The rabbit is his special friend.
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- The works depict six scenes from a local myth about Okuninushi no Mikoto, a god who appears in "Inaba no Shirousagi," a story about a rabbit that was saved by Okuninushi no Mikoto and predicted his future marriage to a goddess. Using a black-light art ...
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