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The Greengrocer’s DaughterThe Greengrocer’s Daughter
The Greengrocer’s Daughter The Greengrocer’s Daughter is a tale stemming from the Edo Period and which led to the superstition of a woman born in the year hinoe-uma is a great worry for the family. The story goes that in 1681 there was a girl called Oshichi who fell in[...]
Superstitions This page serves for all the Superstitions we come across during our research into Japanese history. It will contnue to expand over time. Plants Lygodium Japonicum Staying on the Ryukyu Islands, they have a plant there known as the Lygodium Japonicum, this climbing fern has associations with being able[...]