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Yae Kurosawa (黒澤 八重 Kurosawa Yae)/Yae Munakata (宗像 八重 Munakata Yae) is a recurring secondary female character, first introduced as the ailing wife of folklorist Ryozo Munakata in Fatal Frame, who bears an uncanny resemblance to Miyuki Hinasaki (Miku Hinasaki's mother). In Fatal Frame II: Crimson Butterfly she is reintroduced as the teenager Yae Kurosawa, a shrine maiden who ran away during the night of an important ritual in hopes of escaping her fate.
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Fatal Frame 2 Chou - Amano Tsukiko - English Sub & Singable Lyrics

Chou videoclip with english subs. Video source - Akane Zawadzki.

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Fatal Frame 3 Koe - Amano Tsukiko - English Sub & Singable Lyrics

Koe videoclip with english subs. Video source - Akane Zawadzki.

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NOISE - 天野月子 Tsukiko Amano

NOISE videoclip. Video source - Unofficial Fatal Frame Channel.

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Zero no Chouritsu (Just Call My Name) - Amano Tsukiko ~ ЧM

Zero no Chouritsu. Video source - Danni Moore.

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Tsukiko Amano - Crimson ''Kurenai'' (English Lyrics) HD 3D

Kurenai with "Crimson" subs. Video source - Cem Alkan.

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JAMOSA LOVE AIN'T EASY

Love Ain't Easy videoclip. Video source - Avex Network.

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AnJu(アンジュ) "HIGANBANA" (Official Music Video)

Higanbana videoclip. Video source - Space Shower Music.

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Fatal Frame 5 Project Zero - Full Theme Song - 天野 月 Tsukiko Amano - 鳥籠 In This Cage

In This Cage videoclip. Video source - 天野 月 Tsuki Amano - 鳥籠 In This Cage.

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