Why does Volgin always say "Kuwabara, Kuwabara" ?
I've noticed Volgin always says Kuwabara Kuwabara, what does it mean? RaidenxWarrior - 6 years ago
It means "mulberry bush". It is said in japanese mytholgy that lightning doesn't strike mulberry bushes.
Ironically, the one time he doesn't say it, Volgin is struck by lightning. AciDicTwiSteR - 6 years ago
I've heard kuwabara kuwabara is something muttered by japanese people when they believe they'd felt an otherwordly presence, like a ghost, and I believe he says it every time the sorrow shows up. saharshala - 6 years ago
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