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  1. Kobutorijiisan is the story of a happy-go-lucky old man and his greedy neighbour both of whom have a lump on their cheek. One day the happy-go-lucky old man went into the forest, where he was caught in a storm. While taking shelter under a log, he hears some oni having a party nearby.
  2. The story, Kobutori Jiisan (two old men with wens), concerned two elderly brothers, Yoi Ojiisan, the good man, and Warui Ojiisan, the bad man, each having a large "wen" or parotid tumor. One day Yoi went for firewood, but because of rain, crawled into a hollow tree and slept.
  3. Kobutori Jiisan 1 /Digital EHON site Once upon a time, there lived a kind old man and a mean old man. The kind old man had a big lump on his right cheek, and the mean old man had one on his left cheek.
  4. Kobutori Jiisan: produced by International Digital EHON Association presented by International Digital EHON Association written by Satoru Mabuchi illustrated by Yuriko Ohkuma translated by.
  5. Kobutori jiisan. [Yoshitake Suzuki; Michio Tanji; Minoru Aoki] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Contacts Search for a Library. Create lists, bibliographies and reviews: or Search WorldCat. Find items in libraries near you.
  6. Synopsis Based on the tale Kobutori-jiisan about an honest old man who encounters a band of tengu, mythical bird-like creatures making merry and joins their dancing. They liked his dancing a lot that they remove an unsightly lump from the side of his face.
  7. Kobutori jiisan.". Be the first. Confirm this request. You may have already requested this item. Please select Ok if you would like to proceed with this request anyway. Linked Data. More info about Linked Data \n \n Primary Entity\/h3>\n.
  8. This article stated the literal translation of the title, "Kobutori Jiisan", to be "Plump Old Man", but this is a mistranslation due to a homonym. "Kobutori"/「こぶとり」 can be written either as 小太り (which means "plump") or as 瘤 取り (which means something like "lump-removing").
  9. Kobutori Jiisan 7 /Digital EHON site This kind old man’s story made the mean old man very anxious to meet the demons; so he went to the mountain on the day of their next party. When the demons started drinking, the mean old man went right up to them, and began dancing. However, his dance was so bad that the demons got angry at him.

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