Kaonashi, which means “no-face” in Japanese, is a melancholic soul that appears in Spirited Away.
It is a meat-lover, by choice.
In the Japanese culture, there is a word that perfectly describes the design of the Kaonashi character. “Kimokawaii” refers to something that is grotesque to the point of being endearingly beautiful.
Very Kaonashi indeed.
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Awww!! I want to make one of those! My daughter LOVES No Face..