This museum is very interesting. You can learn about the ghost culture of Japan. It is very exciting to think about it.
The Japanese not only worship gods, they also worship ghosts. In some Ukiyo-e paintings in the 19th century, you can often see ghosts in Japanese imagination, which are really hideous and outrageous. A lot of the Japanese worldview of gods and ghosts originated from China, and then they added their own strange ideas, so some things became strange, even disgusting. The following are all the gods and ghosts of Japanese Ukiyo-e in the 19th century.
The first time I knew about まはげ was when I was planning a trip to Akita, I got used to the cute culture everywhere in Tokyo, and occasionally saw this kind of sturdy ghost culture, which is rare in Japanese culture, and felt my eyes shine. Decisively abandon the plan to go to Akita North World Natural Heritage Shirakami Mountain, and turn to the northwest of Akita to experience the well-preserved culture of ghosts and gods.
The environment is very good, the scenery is beautiful, and the climate is also very suitable. I like it very much. I will come next time. It is often suitable for friends to hang out with. If you have time, everyone can come and see it. It is a good place. Will come!
Can experience the ghost culture of Japan very well... ...........
Mid-June, The early summer of Kanto is in the rainy season. The wind on the Shonan coast, It is as sweet as a light blue macaron; Jiang Zhidian whizzed past, The basketball boy at the gate did not look back; Girl's mind, Hidden in the magic forest of Ghibli; Hydrangea in full bloom, Is the prelude to the fireworks display; In the diary of Haijie, I left a page of poem for you-- Fortunately, I have witnessed the last summer of Heisei.
When it comes to neon, most people can't help feeling the beauty of the cherry blossoms, the splendor of the maple leaves, and appreciate the delicate and simple streets and the solemn and sacred temples. For a traveler, the city that condenses all the essence of Japan must be Kyoto. The beauty of Kyoto lies not only in vision, but also in its aura. However, the difficulty of being famous has become Kyoto's regret: the turbulent crowds have overwhelmed the delicate corners hidden at the end of the streets and lanes, and the hustle and bustle of the city has deterred me who want to travel quietly. In Japan, is there really no "a quiet land"?