'Yokai' Make for a Scary Halloween in Japan
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'Yokai' Make for a Scary Halloween in Japan

The Japanese fascination with Halloween is lighthearted, but a long list of "otherwordly" monsters -- 'yokai' -- makes for a much spookier tradition.Video by Blaine Harden/The Washington Post

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