Japanese Mythology, Tales and Legends in Doodle Champion Island
Here are some of the real counterparts of the characters in the game doodle champion island. From real monkeys that enjoying being in the hot spring to Kappa mythology, this game included a lot of details about Japanese cultures.
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The rain dude in bamboo forest is named amefuri
The fox spirit is actually called Kitsune.
You did not mentioned ushi
its amazing that they made such game with japanese myths 💙
you forgot to identify the blue bull
I found momo and the pangolin from pangolin love.
Another mythology; lucky is a banako a monsterous cat
w what i did not know this
You miss the Oni and the Team Blue Bull at 0:47 and 1:00
very informative and interesting, thanks for the video!
also, off topic, i didn't know all this while that you could speed up in the marathon races without pressing the spacebar lol
I did not know that I was in a Japanese lesson while playing a video game.
Who is the mascot for the blue team?
Amazing how much heart did the devs put into this doodle.
i think its kinda obvious, if you familiar with japan at least for a bit, even i didn't know who's that owl is, the rest was pretty easy
Ushi must be a cow or bull
tambem tem o "Urashima Taro, Onis, Amefuri Kozo, Ushi".
I do notice some of the names are heard a bit like japanese, but i never realise most of them are based off japanese legends!! Thx for the theory!
Uhh Myth ig? Umm Dark dimension real or myth idk :(((
Oni is mythological creature
This was the coolest game i had played
I saw many of japanese legends on doraemon
I found 1 mythology
What about Urashima taro? It was kinda sad how he didn't even remember about his mom :')
What about the blue bull??
I played this game
You forgot the blue team guy
I love this game😭
I saw furko the owl on top he up down his head
Tanuki Looks like Shukaku in a Tea Kettle-
If you watch Boruto you will Understand me
I Seen It on A archery dojo
I knew about the kappas that drowned children in a Japanese ghost story book