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Monsters from the Kaibutsu Ehon, 1881 Aoi no Ue - Character from The Tale of Genji who suffers episodes of spirit possession

Aoi no Ue, a character from The Tale of Genji who suffers episodes of spirit possession. Kaibutsu Ehon (Illustrated Book of Monsters), Nabeta Gyokuei, 1881

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