※Name of 「樹海」 is debug name that "Yumenikki Map File"
Ocean of foliage
- It is a vast forest like the sea.Aoki-hara (ocean-of-foliage of the Mt.Fuji) is famous in Japan.
- Slang which points out the thing in a mountain or woods which commits suicide from Aoki-hara being made into the famous place of suicide.
※Relevance with "The Wood of the Self-Murderers: The Harpies and the Suicides"
Developer(s) - OutSide Directors Company
Platform(s)PlayStation, PSN 『LSD (video game) 』 Release date(s) - JP October 22, 1998 http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/LSD_(video_game)_
※Relevance with "Mt. Fuji of Yumenikki" of " Mt.Fuji of LSD (game)".
※Shitai-san seems that a "Green Skin(Green walking-man?)", "Red blood(Red-Light?).
Shitai-san(Green Walking-man) became "Red Blood(Red-Light?)" and "Stopped life(Stopped signal?)"
In the United Kingdom, British Crown Dependencies and dependent territories, and former possessions like Hong Kong:
- Green walking-man: Cross with caution (pedestrians have the right of way; motorists turning left or right must yield to pedestrians
- Flashing green walking-man: Continue to cross if already in the intersection, but do not start to cross
- Red/Orange standing-man: Do not cross
※ "Blue jeans" originates in a Japanese "青信号(green/blue) light".
In Japan, the green display is expressed as the "Blue signal" instead of a "Green signal."
This is because the mass media expressed the "Green signal" as the "Blue signal", when a signal is introduced into Japan for the first time prewar days.
Kasha (火車?, lit. "burning chariot" or "burning barouche") is the name of a being from Japanese mythology, belonging to the higher range of demons, the Yōkai. The belief in Kashas is rooted in Shintoism and Buddhism.
Japanese folklore describes the Kasha as humanoid cat-demons with the head of a cat or tiger and a burning tail. They are similar to other demons such as Nekomata and Bakeneko and get often interchanged with them.
※"Madotsuki(Cat)" is a "Kasha(humanoid cat-demons)",it is there is relation with a "dead person(Shitai-san)".
In Japanese ancient times, a cat is made into the owner of devilism and there is tradition of "not bringing a cat close to a dead person" and "the dead body in a coffin rising if a cat jumps over a coffin top."
Moreover, by the collection "Uji shui monogatari" of tale tales of Japan, the car of the fire with which 獄卒 (悪鬼 which blames the dead in hell) burns vigorously is pulled, a sinner's dead body or a living sinner is taken, and last thing is told medieval times.
The tradition of 火車 should be produced as a result of the tradition about these cats and dead persons and the tradition in straitened circumstances which takes a sinner combining .
※Possibly, he was killed in accident noting that the body would help the cat (the life was claimed by the cat)?
※The "red corn" on the street has suggested the deadlock of life?
In this drawing assessment and therapeutic intervention, the patient is asked to draw a road. This is a projective assessment used to create a graphic representation of the person's "road of life." The road drawing has the potential to elicit spontaneous imagery that represents the client's origins, the history of his or her life process, experiences to date, and intent for the future - even from a single drawing (Hanes, 1995, 1997, 2008). The road's reparative features or its need for "periodic upgrade" can serve as a metaphor for the client's capacity for change and restoration (Hanes, 1995, 1997, 2008).
※"Spirited Away" is no train of return.
釜爺 "don't mistake.Although there was a train of return a long time ago, it only goes recently"
※"Night on the Galactic Rainroad" is no train of return.
銀河鉄道の夜(Night on the Galactic Rainroad)
"... a train never comes here from the other side because of this inclination."
※It is not a steam locomotive(Galactic Train) but a train(Spirited Away's Train). http://yumenikki.wikia.com/wiki/Mars(name)#Final_Destination.28Night_on_the_Galactic_Railroad.29