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A snake of Japanese mythology, said to have a cobra-hood that extends all the way down to its tail. Whether or not it's harmful is actually unknown...

Tsuchinoko is described in multiple online sources, as addition to our editors' articles, see section below for printable documents, Tsuchinoko books and related discussion.

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Kyodo Houiku Tsuchinoko Club. Moriguchi Joho Kokai o Manabu Kai. Matsuzaka Chiku Dowa Kyoiku Suishin Kyogikai.
賞金1億円は、東日本大震災復興のための 基金として全額寄付させて
1. Introduction 2. Brief Look at the Situation of Industrial
it is also well known in Japan for the legend of Tsuchinoko.
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TSUCHINOKO. Morag Smith. P.
On the Extinction of th.e Japanese Wolf

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Metal Gear Solid HD Collection - Tutti gli obiettivi
Believe It or Not (20G): Cattura uno Tsuchinoko. Only Skin Deep (20G): Trova tutti i tipi di mimesi facciale. The Early End (20G): Uccidi The End prima del boss fight.

Suggested Web Resources

Tsuchinoko - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Tsuchinoko (ツチノコ or 槌の子) literally translating to "hammerspawn," is a legendary snake-like cryptid from Japan.
Tsuchinoko - The Metal Gear Wiki - Metal Gear Solid Rising, Metal
How To Catch A Tsuchinoko - YouTube
Jun 8, 2007 This video is a demonstration on how to catch a tsuchinoko in order to acquire the Infinity Face Paint.
Cryptomundo » Tsuchinoko
Oct 30, 2008 The cryptid Tsuchinoko is said to inhabit the deep, remote mountains of Honshu, Shikoku, and Kyushu islands as well as the Korean peninsula.

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