SCP-6815 - 昇りゆく陽に天灯を飛ばす


出典: SCP-6815
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作成日(EN): 2021/08/23
SCP-6815 - To Fly Lanterns Under the Rising Sun
SCP-6815 - 昇りゆく陽に天灯を飛ばす
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タグ: en keter scp 写真 可視光 地図 場所 外部エントロピー 感情 歴史 聴覚 観測 認識災害 音波

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5/6815 LEVEL 5/6815
Item #: SCP-6815


SCP-6815 instances manifesting on November 3, 2010, in Keijō, Japanese Peninsula./2010年11月3日に日本半島京城府に出現したSCP-6815実例群。

Special Containment Procedures


The Japanese branch of the Foundation is mandated to coordinate with the Japanese Peninsular Authority and the Mainland Commission in order to curtail the manifestations of SCP-6815 instances under the 1910 Ichiyō ("Uniformity") Mandate.


Reports of "floating lanterns" are to be verified and monitored, while elements of a Mezame Event, such as "pagodas", "mythical creatures" and "flower dances", are to be investigated as they precede a mass manifestation of SCP-6815.


As per the Ichiyō Mandate, SCP-6815 is to be neutralized. MTF Omega-10 ("Conformity Brigade") is to utilize drones and nets to capture each SCP-6815 instance. Selected specimens are to be investigated by the Departments of Linguistics and History, particularly due to the currently untranslatable markings on their bodies.

一様指令に従い、SCP-6815は無力化されます。機動部隊オメガ-10 ("服従旅団")は各SCP-6815実例の確保のためにドローンと捕獲網を使用します。とりわけその表面に存在する現時点で翻訳不可能な模様のために、言語学部門、歴史学部門による選定された標本の調査が行われます。



SCP-6815 refers to the recurrent manifestations of 100 to 1,000 floating mulberry paper lanterns in Chōsen, also known as the Japanese Peninsula. SCP-6815 occurs in the cities of Heijō and Keijō, as well as other areas in the provinces of Kogen, Keishō, Kōkai, and Heian. SCP-6815 instances primarily manifest in the first two weeks of November, particularly on November 3, the Japanese Culture Day.


SCP-6815 induce the following effects on 61 percent of witnesses:

  1. Increased vitality and optimism.
  2. Intensified feelings of camaraderie and filial affection.
  3. Heightened sense of wistfulness and saudade2.
  4. Increased tendency to rebel against the edicts of Peninsular authorities.


  1. 活力および楽天的性質の増加。
  2. 仲間意識や孝行に対する意識といった感情の増強。
  3. 不可能な事柄への切望に由来する物悲しい感情、およびサウダージ3に対する察知能力の強化。
  4. 半島総督府の法令に反抗する傾向の増加。

SCP-6815 instances contain packed photographs of individuals and subjects inconsistent with the records of the Department of History, as well as erroneous maps depicting the Japanese Peninsula. If publicized, the historical alterations can heavily threaten the ancient societal foundations of Peninsular society, as per the Ichiyō Mandate.


Before the manifestation of SCP-6815, witnesses have reported the following series of events, collectively designated as a Mezame Event:

SCP-6815が出現する前に、目覚めイベント(Mezame Event)と総称される、以下のような一連の事象が報告されています。


Structures manifesting during a Mezame Event./目覚めイベントの途中に出現した構造物。

  1. Thirty minutes before an SCP-6815 event, music resembling pieces played via zithers, lutes, and bamboo reeds emanate throughout the area. Peninsular law has implemented special provisions for this type of performance.
  2. Papier-mâché pagodas, with heights ranging from two to 11 meters, manifest on the streets, with drum beats signaling their appearance.
  3. The streets are then covered with red carpet. Attempts to remove them end in failure.
  4. Then, 10 to 16 humanoid entities, dressed in thickly-layered clothing with yellow and red patterns, then manifest and queue up, slowly advancing towards and surrounding a vase filled with papier-mâché peonies. Small flower pots serve as hats for these entities. They dance in the vicinity of the vase with wave-like arm movements, holding peony stalks.
  5. Afterwards, two-meter-tall entities on stilts manifest, carrying drums. Several pagoda structures then proceed through the street via wheels, accompanied by intensified drum performances by the entities.
  6. Alongside these pagodas, entities resembling a mix of lions and watchdogs, kitsune or nine-tailed foxes, and dragons accompany the parade.
  7. Simultaneously, chants in an unrecognized language, possibly Japonic or a linguistic isolate, can be heard in the area.4
  8. Afterward, 100 to 10,000 humanoid entities, with black featureless visages and clothing ranging from 14th-Century Mainland clothing to winter service uniforms, then appear.
  9. Five minutes before the manifestation of SCP-6815 instances, a 10-meter-tall mobile stone sculpture of a Siberian tiger (P. tigris) then leaps from the tallest pagoda, emitting a roar registering 130 decibels.
  10. All entities involved in a Mezame Event simultaneously implode into strips of colored paper and SCP-6815 instances.
  11. An unidentified male voice then shouts in Japanese, "Remember Our Spirit!", followed by an utterance in an indeterminate language.
  1. SCP-6815事象の30分前に、発生エリア全域でツィター5、リュート、竹製のリードによって演奏される楽曲に類似した音楽が発せられる。半島における法律によって、この種の演奏に対しては特別な規定が設けられている。
  2. 高さ2~11mの張り子の仏塔(ストゥーパ)が複数の街路上に出現する。この際、前兆として太鼓を叩く音が鳴る。
  3. これに続いて、街路が赤い絨毯に覆われる。この絨毯を取り除く試みは失敗する。
  4. 続いて、黄色と赤の服地で作られた服を厚く重ねて着た10~16体の人型実体が出現する。これらの実体は張り子のボタンの花が飾られた花瓶に向かって、列を成してゆっくりと前進し取り囲む。これらの実体は帽子として小さな植木鉢を被っている。実体群は腕を波のように動かし、ボタンの茎を掴みながら花瓶の近辺で踊る。
  5. その後、竹馬に乗って太鼓を持った身長2mの実体群が出現する。続いて、これらの実体による激化する太鼓の演奏を伴いながら、いくつかの仏塔型構造物が車輪によって通りを進む。
  6. これらの仏塔に並行して、ライオンと番犬を合成したような生物、九尾のきつねや龍に類似した実体群が行進に同行する。
  7. 同時に、日琉語族に属するか孤立した言語の可能性がある未知の言語による詠唱がエリア内で聞こえる。6
  8. その後、顔面が黒く特徴のない100~10,000体の人型実体が続いて出現する。これらの実体の服装は、14世紀の大陸本土の衣服から冬季の平常時の軍服まで変動する。
  9. SCP-6815実例出現の5分前に、高さ10mの移動性のアムールトラ(P. tigris)の石像が最も高い仏塔から飛び降り、130デシベルを記録する咆哮を上げる。
  10. 目覚めイベントに関与した全ての実体が内側に向かって破裂し、色紙とSCP-6815実例に変化する。
  11. その後未特定の男性の声が日本語で「我らの魂を思い出せ!」と叫び、続いて不明な言語による発言がなされる。

Operation HINODE



Operation HINODE Rationale




Foundation-prepared lanterns during the Keijō Lantern Festival./京城ランタンフェスティバル開催中に財団によって準備された天灯。

SCP-6815's rising frequency and intensity have rendered it uncontainable. The Japanese branch of the Foundation risks societal instability due to nationalistic awakening throughout the Peninsula. Operation HINODE has been launched as a response.


SCP-6815 has an integrative and cultural value, particularly patriotism and respect for Japanese tradition. While SCP-6815 currently induces a level of defiance against Peninsular society, as well as self-doubt among Peninsular Japanese, modifying the public perception of floating lanterns can satisfy containment protocols and the guidelines outlined in the Ichiyō Mandate.


The Foundation Department of Propaganda is mandated to promote SCP-6815 and lantern festivals in general as a tradition commenced by the Japanese Emperor Daigo (897–930 A.D.) to promote Shinto and the struggle of the native Peninsular Japanese, particularly the residents of the ancient state of Mimana, against invaders from the Mainland, such as the Manchu.7


Thus, it can symbolize the pride of the continuous Peninsular Japanese presence since ancient times. However, this tradition would decline at the start of the 19th century due to societal fractures and infiltration of Western ideals in Insular and Peninsular Japan. Therefore, Operation HINODE's activity concerning SCP-6815 is a revival of Japanese culture.


Personnel and planners involved in Operation HINODE will undertake an annual series of November lantern festivals and city-wide exhibitions centered in Keijō, Heijō, and Shinshū9. It will coincide with the manifestations of SCP-6815 to take advantage of its properties. Meanwhile, Peninsular authorities will increase investigations, raids, and searches for material, personnel, and objects indicative of mismatch with Peninsular culture.


The Peninsular Authority and the Mainland Commission share the jurisdiction of Operation HINODE alongside the Foundation. To conclude, Operation HINODE will serve the goals of normalcy eyed by the Foundation in the Japanese Peninsula.


As of 2020, Operation HINODE has met considerable success, with survey polls indicating that 89 percent of 1,300 respondents, with a three percent margin of error, have declared highly favorable views of Japanese pride and respect for Peninsular tradition. Meanwhile, the interiors of SCP-6815 instances now contain correct maps of the Peninsula, as well as photos synonymous with Japanese life.


An accurate map of the Japanese Peninsula, published by the Japanese Tourist Bureau in 1913./ジャパン・ツーリスト・ビューロー11が1913年に発行した日本半島の正確な地図。

On August 15, the leaders of Operation HINODE declared the following statement as part of their Phase 2 plans:


The sun of normalcy has risen on the Japanese Peninsula.




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