Folktales from Japan (TV)

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Episode titles:
2012-04-01 
1.
The Old Man Who Made the Dead Trees Blossom; The Man Who Bought Dreams; The Rat Sutra 
2.
Little One Inch; The Rolling Rice Ball; The Cow’s Marriage 
3.
The Old Man and His Bump; The Transforming Hood; The Love Potion 
4.
Strong Tarou; The Village of the Nightingales; Hirabayashi 
5.
Urashima Tarou; The Monkey Buddha; Comparing Treasures 
6.
Kintarou; The Two Squid; The Three Cry 
7.
The Fish Wife; The Rich Pond Snail; The Lying Girl 
8.
The Carpenter and Oniroku; The Bear and the Fox; The Priest and the Child Cross the River 
9.
Shippei-Tarou; The Son Who Went Up to Heaven; Who’s the Laziest? 
10.
Sannen-Netarou; The Last Lie; Happy, Splendid, Wonderful! 
11.
The Wife Who Wouldn’t Eat; The Snot-Nosed Boy; The Priest and the Boy Who Had to Pee! 
12.
The Furuya Forest; The Traveler’s Horse; A Crow in the Dark of Night 
13.
The Teapot Raccoon Dog; The Razor Fox; Sosou Soukurou 
14.
Orihime and Hikoboshi; The Old Woman’s Skin; Potato Rolling 
15.
The Fire Man; Rat Sumo; The Priest and the Kid’s Pupupatapata 
16.
The Straw Headman; The God of the Bathroom; Niou and Dokkoi 
17.
The Winged Robe of Heaven; The Child Kidnapped by Eagles; The Konnyaku Interrogation 
18.
The Painted Wife; Left Behind; If You Pick Up Money 
19.
Ubasute Mountain; The Letterbearer of the Water God; The Lucky Samurai 
20.
Princess Kaguya; The Demon’s Little Sister; Scary Sweet Buns 
21.
Umisachihiko and Yamasachihiko; The Day the Kappa Came; King Enma Screws Up 
22.
Three Axes; The Monkey’s Groom; The Tengu and the Thief 
23.
The Farting Wife; The Cat and the Teapot Lid; Chakurikakifu 
24.
Mouse Takes a Groom; The Pebble Letter; The Silence Contest 
25.
The Listening Hood; The Dog and Cat’s Treasure; The Ghost’s Poem Reading 
26.
Tanokyuu; Tee-tee the Little Monk; The Fake Jizo Statue 
27.
Orihime and Hikoboshi; The Village of the Nightingales; The Monkey Buddha 
28.
The Tengu’s Cloak; Grannie Demon Is My Matchmaker; King Enma Is Hachigoro-don 
29.
The Horse Mountain Woman; The Shrimp Goes to Ise; What Sickness? 
30.
The Cat Wife; The Gonzo Bug; The Long-Nose Fan 
31.
The Mountain Pear Hunter; The Old Woman in the House; The Centipede Gets the Doctor 
32.
The Rich Charcoal Maker; The Tree That Grows Gold; The Priest’s Towel 
33.
Straw Bale Touta; The Fox Gives Birth; Cling and Hold 
34.
The Three Brothers; The Wolf’s Eyebrows; Dokkoisho 
35.
The Treasure Gourd; The White Rabbit of Inaba; The Bald Wife 
36.
The Crane Repays a Debt; Slaying the Demon of Ooeyama; The Water of Youth 
37.
The Three Charms; The Kid and the Cat Picture; The God of Poverty 
38.
The City Rat and the Country Rat; Oshira-sama; The Tortoise and the Hare 
39.
The Jizo Statue with the Hat; The Mortar That Made Salt; A Guest on New Year’s Eve 
40.
Momotaro; Princess Flowerpot Head; The Story Of the Twelve Signs Of the Zodiac 
41.
We Stopped The War; The Giant Snake And The Hunter; Otter's House 
42.
The Snake Boy; The Kappa And The Straw Shoes; The Fava Bean, Straw, & Charcoal 
43.
The Wind God and the Children; The Lacquer Brothers; The Ama no Jyaku and the Child 
44.
Blessings Of Heaven And Earth; The Leaf Hachibei; The Ginger Wife 
45.
The Bridge Where You Buy Miso; The Cat Congregation; The Old Man Who Swallowed Birds 
46.
The Hiding Snow; The Three Riddles; The Deep Voice 
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