Sunday, August 9

Teke teke teke

Teke teke teke is the sound that this creature makes when moving your elbows. This legend about a young woman who was once a good girl at some point in life that had a somewhat tragic ending, when walking through a train station, had his body cut in half after fall (or jumped, depends on the version) on the rails of Metro Say that because she died without receiving help After a long time suffering and dying, his spirit has returned with a vengeance, and since then,

Saturday, August 8


Is a fictional character in the Japanese horror folklore. The image is of a very beautiful woman, with the region of the mouth covered by a mask. Is tall, long black hair and a long coat, usually armed with a pair of scissors.

Friday, August 7

Women could be Samurai?

Samurai families, it was tradition that women receive training in martial arts and war strategies, so that they could defend their families when he wasn't present. Known as onna-bugeishas, they participated in battles alongside men and fought using the naginatas (Spears with a curved blade on the tip). The bow and arrow was also a gun a lot used by the women-warriors. Despite warlike abilities, they dressed with luxurious fine silk kimonos and were always wearing make-up, with impeccable hair, demonstrating special care in the preservation of her femininity.

he historical texts contain few references to these warriors, but they have been more numerous than people think. Analyses on the location where the battle of Senbon Matsubaru, in the year 1580, showed that of the 105 bodies found, 35 were women. Tomoe Gozen was one of the most famous warriors whose history was recorded. She was the wife of deMinamoto Yoshinaka Minamoto clan. Born in 1157 in a samurai family, she was trained to handle the naginata and protect the family. Fought in the Genpei War (1180-1185), a dispute that lasted 5 years between the Taira and Minamoto clans for control of Japan.


Kiyotaki Tunnel

The tunnel was built in 1927, according to the legend the labor used in the construction was a slave, soon we can imagine working conditions that the workers were subjected. In Japan the slavery was officially abolished in the 16th century, but there was a way to circumvent the current regulations: