Akkorokamui (アッコロカムイ) est un gigantesque poisson ou calamar du folklore de l'ethnie des Aïnous. Il est supposé vivre dans la baie de Funka à Hokkaidō. Il est dit que son corps rouge est tellement énorme qu'il peut être vu à une très grande distance.


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