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Kitsune are foxes from Japanese folklore. A kitsune can have up to nine tails, depending on its age, wisdom and power.
The only way to kill a kitsune is to cut off all of its tails, as it is said that one of the tails is its main tail and the source of all its power. One, five, seven, and nine tails are the most common numbers in folk stories. When a kitsune gains its ninth tail, its fur becomes white or gold.
A kitsune is a shapeshifter, and when it reaches the age of 100 years, it can take on a human form. It is also said that a kitsune can shapeshift into the look-a-likes of other people as well.
Kitsune can be either male or female, and usually take the form of young Japanese girls, beautiful women and old men.
Kitsune are believed to possess superior intelligence, long life, and magical powers. They are a type of spiritual entity, and the word kitsune is often translated as fox spirit. However, this does not mean that kitsune are ghosts, nor that they are fundamentally different from regular foxes. The word spirit is used to reflect a state of knowledge and enlightenment, so all long-lived foxes may gain supernatural abilities.