Okiku “Devil Doll” from Japan Mystery

Okiku Devil DollAccording to people who never saw this doll, this doll is creepy with all the nuances of non-logical. How can an inanimate object can grow hair continuously. Almost like jenglot, this doll is really beyond reason. A Japanese researcher revealed that the results of forensic tests that were grown hair is exactly the same doll with the hair in children aged ten years. Okiku name is taken from a child who was playing with a doll with a size of 40 inches high, dressed in a kimono with black eyes like beads and thick hair. Okiku doll has been in the temple in the city Iwamizawa Mannenji (Hokkaido Prefecture) since 1938. This doll was originally purchased in 1918 by a Eikichi Suzuki in Sapporo, where he saw a beautiful Japanese doll with a Kimono. Eikichi bought this doll for her sister, who is two years old named Okiku. She loved this doll and play it every day. But unfortunately, Okiku died shortly afterwards of a fever. Then at his funeral, family want to put a doll into his coffin, but somehow they forgot. The girl’s family then put the doll on the household altar and pray for every day in order to commemorate Okiku. Some time later, they saw the hair began grows. According to this story is the spirit of the girl who took refuge inside the doll.
In 1938 the family moved to shakalin Suzuki, doll okiku Mannenji finally deposited in a temple in Hokkaido. According to the priest at the temple, a traditional Japanese doll is always short-haired, he also confirmed that the doll’s hair continues to elongate okiku, although the cut and hold a regular basis, but the hair grows. According to the temple, traditional dolls originally had short cropped hair, but over time continue to grow about 25 centimeters long, down to the knees. Although the doll’s hair is cut regularly, but according to a story the hair grows again.


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