JAPANESE KITSUNE OUTFIT + 2 SAKUTA TREES

by - mayo 21, 2020



In Japan, kitsune means fox, and represents a fox-shaped forest spirit who is in charge of caring for forests and villages. Its origin dates back to Ancient Japan, when these animals lived in harmony with humans, deriving countless legends.

Kitsune is an important figure in Japanese mythology, as the fox is believed to be an intelligent being with magical abilities that increase with age, as does his knowledge. The older he is, the wiser and more powerful he is, and his amount of casting increases, reaching nine in all as the most powerful of them.

The kitsune is metamorphic, that is, it can become a beautiful young woman, an old man, or even emulate the appearance of some specific human being. In this way, she usually makes mischief with people, but as an animal her role is that of a guardian. According to some legends, kitsune find it difficult to hide their tails when they transform into people and their shadows maintain the shape of the fox, which reveals the true identity.

The kitsune is associated with the god Shinto Inari, god of fertility, agriculture, rice and foxes. He is their messenger and their servant, and this role helps to reinforce their special powers, which are thanked by men with offerings, just as if he were a deity.

But kitsune is a type of yōkai, or spiritual entity, and the word kitsune is sometimes translated as "fox spirit." However, being a spirit does not mean that it is a ghost or that it differs from ordinary foxes. In Japan, the word "spirit" reflects a state of knowledge or enlightenment, as all long-lived foxes acquire supernatural powers.

In general terms, there are two common classes of kitsune: on the one hand there are the zenko or "Inari foxes", who are benevolent and associated with this god; they are white in color and help to ward off evil as spiritual guardians. On the other hand, the yako or "field foxes", who are wild, mischievous and sometimes even evil.

Some local traditions have other kitsune, such as the ninko, an invisible fox spirit that humans could only perceive when they were possessed by them, an act called kutsunetsuki. Another tradition classifies kitsune according to their powers and has thirteen different classes.

Among the many abilities of the kitsune, there is also the appearance of fire or light in the mouth or in the tails (kitsune-bi, "fire fox"), the voluntary manifestation in the dreams of others, the ability to fly, invisibility and the creation of illusions. Some legends speak of kitsune so powerful that it can bend time and space, drive people crazy, or take fantastic shapes. Other kitsune have vampire-like characteristics and feed on people's life energy or spirit.

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