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The New Ankhara makes her debut in Yukionna the Snow Witch

The New Ankhara makes her debut in Yukionna the Snow Witch

We are happy to announce the release of another episode in our digital theatre series. The Art of Ninzuwu Part 18: Yukionna the Snow Witch, features an old legend about the Ninzuwu-Shinto tutelary deity, Ame-no-Ukihashi-Hime-no-Mikoto, also known as the Ayaqox and more popularly, Yukionna.

Different than our previous films, Yukionna the Snow Witch is not a Warlock Asylum production, but is credited to Michelle Pettit-Mee for Britannica Dream Productions.  This digital-theatre production features the new and mysterious “Ankhara” that will be featured in future videos. Readers can reach the video and additional film details in the YouTube’s credits by clicking on the link below:

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  1. I saw that one already on youtube!!! It’s very cool!!

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Ame-no-Ukihashi-hime-no-Mikoto, Ankhara, Ankhara Illiyantha, Art of Ninzuwu, Ayaqox, digital theatre, Michelle Pettit-Mee, Ninzuwu, Ninzuwu Cultural Videos, Ninzuwu Shinto, Shinto, Yokai, Yuki-onna, Yurei