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Japanese Mythology

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Rawan Hassan

on 18 February 2013

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Transcript of Japanese Mythology

Story Time!!! This made Tentei very mad, so he separated the two across the Milky Way. Oh he also forbid them to meet!! Orihime became depressed again and begged her father to let meet again. Moved by her tears he allowed them to meet once a year, on the 7th day of the 7th month. As long as she finishes her weaving. Orihime use to weaving beautiful clothing near the Milky Way, also known as the "heavenly river" and Amanogawa
Tentei loved the clothing she made, however it lead to her being depressed because she didn't have someone to love.So Tentei sent her to the other side of the Milky Way .Where she meet Hikoboshi, they fell madly in love and they got married. This lead to Orihime not wanting to weaving clothing anymore and Hikoboshi's cows running around heaven (causing problems) Orihime and Hikoboshi Characters: Orihime, weaving princess Hikoboshi, Cow Herder Star Tenei, sky king, the universe itself and
Orihime's Father And a Kappa, This one is too
ugly So instead, we'll
use this one The story starts the same, with Orihime and Hikoboshi being separated Orihime's side: There are many versions of the story Orihime and Hikoboshi. The story up above is the most common one. Now we're going to tell a even better and a more fun version. Hikoboshi's side: Kappa's side: The End
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