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In Japan, earthquakes are very frequent, in ancient times, it has tried to give this explanation for mythology.

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In japanese mythology there is a legend of a catfish named Namazu, who lives in the subsoil beneath the seabed, can give rise to earthquakes.

In Japan, earthquakes are very frequent, in ancient times, it has tried to give this explanation for mythology.

The legend tells that the God Kadori with a great pumpkin, keeps a locked Namazu, but when the God leaves him free, Namazu with his movements in the ground causes earthquakes.

This mythological legend, it served to make it less scary earthquakes.

== JAP.news
January 25, 2017

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