Tsukumo-Gami Shrine

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Hajimemashite. You are currently at the Shrine of the Tsukumo-Gami. Would you like to know more about the Yokai local to the area? Please keep our land clean and do not feed the Yokai. Arigatou gozaimasu.

The name literally means "Artifact Spirits." Tsukumo-Gami are household items once owned by humans that have been thrown out or therefore forgotten about.

With too many "tossed out" items to list, the Tsukumo-Gami are lonely—and often angered—due to them being discarded after serving their masters faithfully for many years.

Mountain Hag
Onibaba, also known as the Mountain Hag, is a grotesque old woman who lives on a diet consisting of human livers. She ruthlessly attacks any traveler who passes her by, since she unintentionally ate her own daughter when lost in the mountains many years ago.

After the attack on her own kin, Onibaba went insane and vowed to eat any human who crossed her path.

- Shrine Shop

Location: Yokai Junkyard
Note: Tsukumogami (付喪神) means "Kami of tool" in Japanese.


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