The Lady of Sirara

THE DARK SIDE OF MYTH & FOLKLORE: ONRYŌ

In Japanese folklore, the onryō is a vengeful ghost who was wronged in life. Most onryō in kabuki are female seeking vengeance on abusive, neglectful, or faithless husbands. There were always shown with long disheveled black hair, aiguma makeup (white and indigo) and clad in white burial kimonos.

THE DARK SIDE OF MYTH & FOLKLORE: ONRYŌ

In Japanese folklore, the onryō is a vengeful ghost who was wronged in life. Most onryō in kabuki are female seeking vengeance on abusive, neglectful, or faithless husbands. There were always shown with long disheveled black hair, aiguma makeup (white and indigo) and clad in white burial kimonos.
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