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Shinotcha is a Korobokkuru that appears in Monster Musume: Everyday Life with Monster Girls Online.
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Personality[edit | edit source]
A hard worker who works hard every day. She loves to make up songs.
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- Korobokkuru Physiology:
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Zoological Classification[edit | edit source]
- Main article: Yokai
Koro-pok-guru (コロポックル Koropokkuru) are a race of small people in folklore of the Ainu people of the northern Japanese islands. The Ainu believe that the koro-pok-guru were the people who lived in the Ainu's land before the Ainu themselves lived there. They were short of stature, agile, and skilled at fishing. They lived in pits in the ground with roofs made from butterbur leaves.
Long ago, the koro-pok-guru were on good terms with the Ainu, and would send them deer, fish, and other game and exchange goods with them. The little people hated to be seen, however, so they would stealthily make their deliveries under cover of night.
Unfortunately, one day, a young Ainu man decided he wanted to see a koro-pok-guru for himself, so he waited in ambush by the window where their gifts were usually left. When a koro-pok-guru came to place something there, the young man grabbed it by the hand and dragged it inside. It turned out to be a beautiful koro-pok-guru woman, who was so enraged at the young man's rudeness that her people have not been seen since.
Trivia[edit | edit source]
- The Japanese fantasy series Korobokkuru Monogatari (Tales of the Korobokkuru)(1959) is a famous children book series that features Koropokkuru characters.
- Koropokkuru are said to be anywhere from 2 or 3 feet in height all the way down to only mere inches in height.
- Koropokkuru were said to use flint or stone knives, scrapers, and other simple implements, and were also known for their ability in the art of pottery, which the Aiunu were not known to practice.