The moral of most Japanese urban legends seem to consist of "don't go anywhere kwa yourself. Ever." The story of the Kuchisake-Onna, au "Split Mouth Woman" is no different. Except that wewe are doubly unfortunate if wewe happen to be a child (We assume your legs are stubby and slow and we can thusly outrun you).
If wewe happen to be a snotty pubescent walking alone one day, wewe might consider taking a different route if wewe are suddenly approached kwa a female figure in a trench-coat. Now, before wewe assume that this will be a harmless display of kibbles and bits, rest assured: wewe will be shown...
No this is not the school I go to. This school is in Osaka, Japan and I'm from Tokyo, Japan. This video is from kansaiPJ on YouTube. Sub this guy because he is AWESOME! Hes a teacher in Osaka and hes pretty funny!!
Konichiniwa, my name is Dee and I come from Malaysia. It's been coming 9 years since I have been to Tokyo and I would to share my personal experience about the city, the country, the language and its culture. I will also post the picha of the places that my family and I had been to.
I have always been a shabiki of Japanese food, especially sushi. It was also my very first time there that I tried Japanese curry, it is very sweet and just so happen the other day, I tried it at a friend's house for chajio, chakula cha jioni and it really brings back memories of the past. Especially here in Japan!