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26th May '17 1:33:31 PM Morgenthaler
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* ''Comicbook/UsagiYojimbo'': In the "Teru Teru Bozu" issue, Usagi shelters from a storm with a family of charcoal gatherers and makes a Teru Teru Bozu for their son.

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* ''Comicbook/UsagiYojimbo'': In the "Teru Teru Bozu" issue, Usagi shelters from a storm with a family of charcoal gatherers and makes a Teru Teru Bozu for their son.

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4th May '17 5:06:15 PM iowaforever
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%% ''Manga/{{Nichijou}}'' episode 20.

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%% ''Manga/{{Nichijou}}'' episode 20.* ''Manga/{{Nichijou}}''; the Professor smeared the inside of one with glue, and somehow it got stuck on Sakamoto's head. When he stumbles down the hallway trying to peel it off, Nakamura-sensei mistakes him for a ghost and freaks out.
28th Apr '17 4:34:28 PM Gamermaster
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* In episode 6 of ''Manga/MissKobayashisDragonMaid'', Kobayashi makes three of these modeled after herself, Tohru, and Kanna.
20th Feb '17 9:28:37 PM Nyperold
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** ''Teru teru bouzu'' show up as a pattern on Yuno's chroma key curtains in one episode.




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* In ''Manga/GAGeijutsukaArtDesignClass'', it rained for the day of the sports festival. Namiko and Tomokane say it's Kisaragi's fault, since she hung a ''teru teru bouzu'' upside-down, even though it was only for three minutes. The rain only has the effects of moving the sports festival activites indoors, and getting the ''obje't''s wet that were to be used for the big ball roll event.




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* In ''VideoGame/{{Chulip}}'', the living scarecrow in Scarecrow Fields has ''teru teru bouzu'' hanging on his house. One the one hand, it makes sense that he wouldn't want it to rain, since his job entails standing around outside all day, but at the same time, he does work in a field... but then, it needs neither rain nor irrigation to instantly grow plants from seeds. It's anyone's guess as to whether or not they actually work, as it never rains ''anywhere'' in the game.
16th Jun '16 12:41:36 PM DarkastKiller
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* In ''Manga/FairyTail'', Juvia before her HeelFaceTurn had one on her dress because of her being BlessedWithSuck constantly raining around her. In some flashback, her younger self is seen making some more so the rain would go away and the local kids would play with her.

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* In ''Manga/FairyTail'', Juvia before her HeelFaceTurn had one on her dress because of her being BlessedWithSuck constantly raining around her. In some flashback, her younger self is seen making some more so the rain would go away and the local kids would play with her. It then pans out and you can see a pile of them behind her as she breaks into tears and starts begging them to work... It's a real TearJerker if you've ever been bullied or excluded.
16th Jun '16 12:36:33 PM DarkastKiller
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A small, ghost-like doll that is traditionally used by Japanese people to prevent rain. The name literally means "shiny shiny Buddhist monk" and it was originally designed to somewhat look like one - it very vaguely resembles a bald man. Children traditionally hang these in a window frame when they wanted the next day to have good weather.

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A small, ghost-like doll that is traditionally used by Japanese people to prevent rain. The name literally means "shiny shiny Buddhist monk" or alternatively "bright bright Buddhist monk" and it was originally designed to somewhat look like one - it very vaguely resembles a bald man. Children traditionally hang these in a window frame when they wanted the next day to have good weather.
6th Jun '16 8:21:23 AM sgamer82
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* Takeru and Ika Musume make these during a storm in one episode of ''Manga/ShinryakuIkaMusume''. (It doesn't work.)

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Takeru and Ika Musume make these during a storm in one episode of ''Manga/ShinryakuIkaMusume''.episode. (It doesn't work.)



* ''Manga/NyoronChuruyaSan'' episode 6.
* Nichijou episode 20.
* Kill Me Baby, episode 6.

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13th Mar '16 5:05:20 PM FrenchDude
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** Gardevoir may have taken a little bit of inspiration from this one, too.
** Shuppet as well.
9th Feb '16 8:55:13 AM hamza678
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* In one episode in season one of ''VideoGame/{{Aikatsu}}'', Ichigo makes a large Teru Teru Bozu doll in preparation for the on-coming storm. Because of its size, other characters believe that it'll work and aren't surprised when it does.

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* In one episode in season one of ''VideoGame/{{Aikatsu}}'', ''Anime/{{Aikatsu}}'', Ichigo makes a large Teru Teru Bozu doll in preparation for the on-coming storm. Because of its size, other characters believe that it'll work and aren't surprised when it does.
7th Jan '16 3:52:34 PM Willbyr
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