Oboroguruma

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Oboroguruma (おぼろぐるま, "hazy cart") is a Yōkai in Japanese mythology.

Mythology[edit]

The Oboroguruma is a ghostly oxcart with a face on it. Legend has it that on misty nights that are lit by the moon in Kyoto, people can hear squeaking sounds coming from an oxcart. When the person steps outside, they would find the Oboroguruma parked outside their home.

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