Old Japanese riddle

These letters and numbers have taken us far.
It's not a long journey.
It's really quite terse.
Can you solve the riddle
of the japanese curse?
41 2d 4b 48 41 20 44 49 42 45 48 20 54 4b 49 4e 20 54 53 41 48 2d 41 53 2d 5a 49 48 20 54 4c 4f 2d 43 48 49 4e

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asked by Stevo
  1. There's a specific place for riddles on Jiskha's website -- at the foot of the main page.
    http://www.jiskha.com/net_riddle/

    Please post riddles there.

    Thanks.

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