Yuko-chan and the Daruma Doll: The Adventures of a Blind Japanese Girl Who Saves Her Village
After the 1783 eruption of Japan's Mount Asama destroys crops in nearby villages, an orphaned blind girl who lives at the Daruma Temple in Takasaki invents a doll representing a famed Buddhist monk and his teachings about resilience.
Disability and Health; Physical Disability; blind
Buddhist monasteries; dolls; people with disabilities; guide dog; Japan
Seki, Sunny, "Yuko-chan and the Daruma Doll: The Adventures of a Blind Japanese Girl Who Saves Her Village" (2012). Diverse Families. 2071.