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Is there a rabbit yokai?

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Is there a rabbit yokai? Physical Appearance. Rabbit Yokai are anthropomorphic creatures. They’re covered in fur in various colors and patterns. They have rabbit noses, rabbit ears, the cotton tail, and big rabbit feet as well as somewhat big rabbit hands.

What is a Usagi? “Usagi” is usually translated as “rabbit,” but one clue about the meaning of the winter sculptures is that the word is better translated as “hare.” The main islands of Japan have no native species of rabbits.

What do rabbits symbolize in Japan? In Japanese culture, rabbits do symbolize luck, but they also are considered symbols of ambition, advancement, and self-devotion. Thanks to their short forelegs, they climb hills far more easily than they descend. As such, rabbits are seen as symbols of progress, both personal and joint.

What is a koneko? Koneko means “kitten” in Japanese, and we take our inspiration from cat cafés in Japan, where the concept has flourished.

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Matthew Johnson