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Description Honshū Wolf monument in Nara Prefecture, Japan. This monument inscribed with a haiku was erected in the village of Higashi-Yoshino. The haiku by Toshio Mihashi says: I walk/ With that wolf/ That is no more.
Date 03-05-2004
Source Japanese Wikipedia
Author Katuuya

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