Objective This spirit doesn't have an official name. The name on this article is simply a descriptive name of this spirit.

The Walking Statue is one of the unique Spirits in Yomawari: Night Alone.

Appearance Edit

The Spirit takes the appearance of a stone stone of a Japanese peasant from the olden times of Japan. The statue wears a kimono and sandals. Its hairstyle is done in a knot. On its back is are bundles of firewood tied to its back. It seems to be reading a book while walking.

Behavior Edit

The Walking Statue is slowly walking back and forth or around the track and field of the School. It appears to be reading a book while walking around. Because it seems to be reading, it ignores the Protagonist, as well as the rest of its environment. It poses no threat to any human, though its appearance scares the Protagonist in hastening her Heartbeat.

Trivia Edit

  • This statue is of Ninomiya Sontoku, a statue commonly found in Japanese elementary schools. These statues depict him as a boy, reading and walking at the same time, because it was said that Ninomiya studied at any time he could.
  • There is a well known urban legend in Japan about the statue of Ninomiya Sontoku walking in the hallways of the school at night.
    • This urban legend is considered as one of the Seven Mysteries in a traditional Japanese school.

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