5 haunting urban legends have been spread widely in Japan.

Japanese urban legends are always more frightening than other countries. Originating from accidents, deaths, suicides, they have great obse...


Japanese urban legends are always more frightening than other countries. Originating from accidents, deaths, suicides, they have great obsession with anyone who can read.
Despite being one of the most livable countries in the world, Japan exists in the extremely dark side of which there are murders and urban legends. Stemming from the fear of modern humans or catastrophic events, Japanese urban legends are haunting because they are too real.
1. Kuchisake Onna
This is the most popular story in Japan, making many tourists dare not set foot out at night. Kuchisake Onna is a mysterious ghost. She followed the people walking alone in the late night, wearing a mask on her face.


When she approached, she would ask the victim: "Do you find me beautiful?" After answering, she would take off the mask, revealing a mouth that was slit to the ear, able to see both the jaw and flesh. At this point, she repeated the above question. If the victim says "No", she will use the scissors to slash her face. If she said "Yes", she would parole, but as soon as the victim came home she would be killed in the doorway.


Many also said that if the person did not answer and ran away, she would follow and kill that person. So that means if you come across Kuchisake Onna, then maybe ... smell the soil to get used to it.
2. Red or blue?



This urban legend has made many people terrified of public toilets. When entering a restroom in Japan, it is possible that you will meet ghost Aka Manto. The ghost will ask you: "Red shirt or blue shirt?" Like the female paralysis, every answer leads to death.
If the victim answers "Red", the ghost will stab, tear, peel off the skin until the blood runs everywhere. If the answer is "Green", the ghost will squeeze the victim's neck to death. If someone says something else, there will be two hands poking up from the toilet and pulling you to hell.
3. Teke Teke - female ghost at the train station


This story is quite tragic, horrifying and probably causing extreme insomnia; originates from suicides or accidents that occur at subway stations. Often such deaths would be terrible, and the girl in this story was cut in half.
She just crawled away in the subway station to find her other half. Those who see this ghost often have a bad ending, if not extremely terrible.
4. Girl in crevice


Do you know the gaps that are always around you, from under the bed, in the closet, to the table? Never look at it, because if what you see is a pair of eyes looking back at you, you're dead.
The first time the victim saw her, she would ask if she wanted to play hide and seek. In fact, there is no choice, because even if refusing, the victim still has to play that game with her, basically never looking at the gaps. If she looks at her for the second time, she will pull you into the gap.
5. Hanako-san


The legend of Hanako-san is equally popular as Kuchisake Onna, but it's about the toilet. At the third toilet in the third floor women's toilet of any school in Japan, Hanako-san can be found. The deaf students talk about how to call this ghost: you have to close the door of the bathroom, standing outside calling Hanako-san's name, asking if she's there.

Some told that after that, Hanako-san would pull that person into the toilet; screaming to scare the victim. At least for Hanako-san, it's less likely that you will be killed, but there will definitely be a life-remembering experience.
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