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The Monster of Mount Bandai, also known as the Monster of Aidu is the enigmatic being that appears in Japanese folklore and is said to have inhabited Mount Bandai.
The Monster of Mount Bandai is 1.44 meters tall, covered with hair all over its body, and has a tail as long as five meters. The monster had large eyes, a large mouth that reached to its ears, and sharp, large fangs. The monster's nose was long, and its short limbs had waterspouts.
In 1972, there was a series of missing children around Mount Bandai, and the domain that received notification of the incident investigated and found out that a monster living in Mount Bandai had been kidnapping and eating children.
Many domains joined forces to fight the monster and surrounded Mount Bandai, but even when they fired their guns at the monster, their skin was too thick to bounce back. At that time, a master gunner named Sanpei Matsumae took on the task of repelling the monster, and used a large cylinder to repel it.
The story of the monster's defeat was passed on to the people through books, and Matsumae was recruited by the daimyo to be his bodyguard. The monster never showed itself again, and the disturbance ended without knowing anything about the monster.
In 1782, when the disturbance caused by the monster occurred, the "Great Tenmei famine" was actually occurring, and this monster's story has been inferred that it was created that the famine was regard as the monster killing children.