A custom which began with the Dsjin is continued with the jiz, which now occupy their place at crossways.
The jiz I wrote you about is not the thing you will find in the graveyards; but it is jiz who shall guard and pacify the seas.
When such a misfortune takes place the laughter ceases, and the little ones fly to jiz for protection.
It is jiz, and not his country, who has sprung from the hearts of Japanese women.
While she cried out in intense agony jiz came and stood beside her, and immediately the metal ceased to burn.
But some statues of jiz are said to do uncanny things—such as to walk about at night in various disguises.