By SHINICHI KATSUBE/ Staff Writer
June 22, 2021 at 07:30 JST
SHIRAHAMA, Wakayama Prefecture--A sketch of a mandrake by Minakata Kumagusu (1867-1941) on show for the first time reflects the legend that the plant’s roots emit a deadly scream when it is pulled from the ground that kills anyone who hears it. [Read More]
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