6 edition of Obake found in the catalog.
|Statement||[compiled] by Glen Grant.|
|LC Classifications||BF1472.U6 O23 1994|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||178 p. :|
|Number of Pages||178|
|LC Control Number||97194818|
Buy a cheap copy of Obake: Ghost Stories of Hawaii book by Glen Grant. Obake: Ghost Stories in Hawai'i showcases supernatural tales collected from islanders of all backgrounds that first appeared in in the Hawai'i Herald. They are Free shipping over $/5(5). Featured Indie Book on Indie Author News: Historical Mystery/Thriller Obake Neko (Ghost Cat) by David Michael Gillespie. Obake Neko (Ghost Cat) is a historical based fiction about one of Japan’s aircraft-carrier submarines at the end of WWII. It vanishes and years later, in Hawaii, a connection with a WWII Navy Vet causes trouble for his son, who must solve the problem of .
The Obake Zukan series illustrates numerous monsters and spirits. It explains why they are scary. Saitō and Miyamoto started the picture book series in , and the latest volume dispatched on Wednesday. The most amazing fact is, that the series has . COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle .
The Karakasa-obake, also known as the one-legged umbrella, is a youkai that typically has one leg (complete with a sandal-wearing foot), one eye, and a long, lolling tongue. They’re usually, but not always, considered to be tsukumogami: household objects that . Definition of obake in the dictionary. Meaning of obake. What does obake mean? Information and translations of obake in the most comprehensive dictionary definitions resource on .
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I love hearing about ghost tales of Hawaii. Born and raised there, I just had to have my own copy of Obake Files. This book brought back memories of my childhood ghost stories around the camp fire and introduced me to more tales of the Hawaiian islands. I /5(16).
In he was the recipient of the Tusitala Award by the Storytelling Association of Hawai'i. His occult writings also include: Honolulu Mysteries, The Secret Obake Casebook: Tales from the Dark Side of the Cabinet and Obake Files: Ghostly Encounters in Supernatural Hawai'i/5(13).
Obake book. Read 11 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Obake: Ghost Stories in Hawai'i showcases supernatural tales collected from i /5. Obake stories are popular subject matter for movies, novels and even manga and anime, but they're also important in traditional kabuki and Noh theater performances.
Packed with action, kabuki plays maximize visual effects, including hayagawari, or an instant transformation right in front of the are the perfect subject matter for jaw-dropping transformations. Obake, formerly known as Bob Aken, is a villainous figure who made his debut in Big Hero 6: The Series since its pilot.
He was the main antagonist of the first season. Bob Aken was once a star student of the San Fransokyo Institute of Technology under the tutelage of Professor Granville. Granville noticed his genius and gave Bob his own laboratory. She also allowed him to use the Age: Around Yōkai that shapeshift are called bakemono (化物) or obake First century: there is a book from what is now China titled 循史伝 with the statement "the spectre (yōkai) was in the imperial court for a long time.
The king asked Tui for the reason. He answered that there was great anxiety and he gave a recommendation to empty the imperial.
Obake, Bordeaux. likes. Obake est un groupe de musique de compositions, Metal, basé sur ers: Robert "Bob" Aken, or better known as Obake, is the main antagonist of the first season of Disney XD animated TV series Big Hero 6: The Series.
He is a genius former student of the San Fransokyo Institute of Technology-turned supervillain who is obsessed with destroying San Fransokyo in order to rebuild it to be even greater than it was before, while also making Hiro Full Name: Robert Aken.
Obake, meanwhile, is much more talkative, prefers hired guns to get things done (as well as keep his existence a secret), and is much more eccentric. Callaghan was a teacher of the San Fransokyo Institute, while Obake was a former student.
The Corrupter: He turned the sweet Noodle Burger Boy into his devious henchman. The Obake Zukan series illustrates various monsters and spirits and explains why they are scary.
Saitō and Miyamoto began the picture book series inand it has 19 volumes, with the latest. Obake Files book. Read 11 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. This is the first and most complete collection on modern Hawai'i ghostl /5.
"Obake Yashiki" is the twenty-first episode of Big Hero 6: The Series. It premiered on October 6, After Big Hero 6 goes to a haunted house, Hiro keeps seeing his Directed by: Stephen Heneveld. Kasaobake. 3, likes 11 talking about this.
Lo Spirito del Fantastico: fumetti, libri, storie emozionanti!5/5(32). Reply to: The Kaua'i Obake Bar: A Primo's Talk Story Book. Your message.
Read our community guidelines. Get notified by e-mail when a reply is posted. Preview. Kauai forums. Kauai forums. All forums. Get answers to your questions about Kauai. This collection of twelve ghost stories leads readers into a world of obake, supernatural creatures, fireballs, choking ghosts at the University of Hawai'i dormitories the "faceless woman" of the Waialae Drive-in Theater, the "green lady" of Wahiawa, the mo'o wahine or supernatural lizard woman, inugami or dog spirit possession, mysterious occurrences in Kaimuki and Kipapa and 4/5(1).
Signed & dated, 12/17/94, by author on front end paper. In Hawaii, obake are walking ghosts and this is an assortment of these supernatural beings. Fine paperback book in decorative wrappers (soft cover book). Seller Inventory # More information about this seller |.
Directed by Denny Hironaga. With Amy Tamaribuchi, Eric Nemoto, Nani Morita, Janice Terukina. OBAKE NEKO In tribute to the old Japanese Obake movies, 'Obake-Neko' (Ghost Cat) is a tale of murder and revenge set in Hawai'i. A Japanese woman, who befriends a black cat, is brutally beaten to death by her husband.
The cat drinks the blood of the victim and transforms. The Karakasa-Obake are a race with the form of a large umbrella that were once tools used by humans.
They became monsters after gaining life and sentience from absorbing enough demonic energy over time. The Karakasa-Obake are also referred to as "tsukumogami"; a type of monster that used to be tools, but gained a life of their own.
They have a strong desire to be "used" by Diet: Men's Spirit Energy. Obake Neko - David Michael Gillespie Book Bongo Trailers. Loading Unsubscribe from Book Bongo Trailers. Cancel Unsubscribe. Working Subscribe Subscribed Unsubscribe 4.
Obake (お化け) is a class of yōkai,a demon, preternatural creatures in Japanese inspiration for this font was the retro vintage posters and the revival of simple fonts. In the Nezu district of Tokyo, there is a stone staircase infamous for its strange as Obake Kaidan (“Ghost Stairs”), it has 40 steps on your way up—but 39 when you go down.
The.Included are 8 full-color reproductions of "uncanny photographs" taken in the Islands. Based upon archives, newspaper articles and extensive firsthand accounts collected over twenty-five years, Obake Files is the definitive reference book for anyone interested in the supernatural traditions of Hawai'i's multicultural people/5.Similar stories.
These are not kasa-obake, but in folktales, as an umbrella yōkai, in the Higashiuwa region, Ehime Prefecture, there is a story that a rain umbrella would appear in valleys on rainy nights, and those who see it would cower and not be able to move their feet.
Also, in Mizokuchi, Tottori Prefecture (now Hōki, Saihaku District), there is a yōkai called yūreigasa (幽 .