- Tengu definition at Dictionary.com, a free online dictionary with pronunciation, synonyms and translation. Look it up now!
- Kurama Tengu and Kurama Tengu Kyofu Jidai (The Frightful Era of
- Kurama Tengu Kyofu Jidai. (The Frightful Era of Kuramu Tengu). Tadao Sato.
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- Tengu Graphical Pixel Editor by Tadao Technologies LLC, pat. pend. Introduction .
- When Tengu Talk: Hirata Atsutane's Ethnography of the Other World
- Review Section. 365. When Tengu Talk: Hirata Atsutane's Ethnography of the Other World.
- Your guide to the best noodles in town
- Tengu Sushi and Noodle House: This four-month-old Bay Ridge contender one-ups the area competition — ie: a veritable army of sushi spots — with a tasty array of broth and noodle combinations.
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- Just this week, he wrapped a role as a museum curator in the movie "Tengu: The Immortal Blade," which he describes as a sci-fi thriller with "martial arts, time travel and evil lords." It should be out next year.
- A place to let off steam
- At Kurama station, I get out with the crowd and walk past a large statue of a red-faced man with a long nose, representing demonic goblins known as tengu, who were mythical ancient inhabitants of this area.
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- She finds herself very much in love with a Tengu (bird-like demon), who also cares for her, but they can't let their passions go wild or there will be suffering.
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- And Tengu are interactive toys that plug into computers and react to sounds with their eyes and mouth, like speaking when they hear someone speak. That's just another example of how seamlessly objects communicate and become an integrated part of life.
- Tengu - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- Tengu (天狗, "heavenly dogs") are a class of supernatural creatures found in Japanese folklore, art, theater, and literature.
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- Named for the Japanese God of Mischief, Tengu is Los Angeles's hottest Asian fusion and sushi restaurant.
- Tengu - Japanese Buddhist and Shinto Slayer of Vanity (Yamabushi
- TENGU, the Slayer of Vanity, Yamabushi Tengu, Karasu Tengu. Digital Photo Dictionary of Japanese Buddhism and Shintoism.
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