Hikiko-san was a young Japanese school girl who was most widely said to suffer from deformation and harsh bullying from her peers. This story has many variations, but in the majority she has a deformation and was bullied. Her deformation is distinguished by abnormally raised eyes and a mouth which is torn from ear to ear. It was said that she wears a tattered white kimono. In one version of the legend, her disfiguration was caused by her bullies, another by parents. It is said that her spirit appears on rainy days inclinded to violently dragging any child that she sees relentlessly to death, resulting in a deformed corpse. It is said that she does not attack bullied nor abused children. She never shows up to abused children.
The original story, titled "Fukiko-San" was included in a short story. In the orginal story, a pretty elementary school girl gets bullied. At morning, she invited others to dig a pitfall near the incinerator in the back of the school. She ended up being buried in the pitfalls by herself. This verson has no deaths but a connection to hikiko. This novel was first written in 1998, Hikiko's legends began to spread around 2005.
variation 1: In this version of the story, she is a beautiful school girl said to be bullied by her envious classmates. During physical education, she performed an exercise with such great elegeance, fueling her bullies with intense jealously as she was praised by the teacher. At the end of class, serveral students threw stones at her and took off her clothes, dragging her by her hair around the schoolyard. As she was dragged, her face became horribly disfigured and scared, along with her heart. She only had one friend: a frog whom only shows during rainy days. As she grew, so did the vengence caused from her wounded heart on the day of the bullying. It is said that after her death, her vengeful soul revived as an evil spirit whom targets bullies and children around her age group. She reapearred during a rainy day, killing the bullies mercilessly.