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Illustrations of weird creatures and fabulous beasts from a Japanese ‘Monster Scroll’ Yuki Onna, Aomori, Japanese Yokai, Japon Tokyo, Japanese Mythology, Japanese Monster, Art Japonais, Japanese Prints, Chinese Prints

‘Bakemono Zukushi’ monster scroll

The Bakemono Zukushi handscroll, painted in the Edo period (18th-19th century) by an unknown artist, depicts 24 traditional monsters that once used to spook the people of Japan. Oyajirome (親白眼) has a bulging eye on the back of its head and a claw on its one-fingered hand.

Illustrations of weird creatures and fabulous beasts from a Japanese ‘Monster Scroll’ Yuki Onna, Aomori, Japanese Yokai, Japon Tokyo, Japanese Mythology, Japanese Monster, Art Japonais, Japanese Prints, Chinese Prints

‘Bakemono Zukushi’ monster scroll

The Bakemono Zukushi handscroll, painted in the Edo period (18th-19th century) by an unknown artist, depicts 24 traditional monsters that once used to spook the people of Japan. Oyajirome (親白眼) has a bulging eye on the back of its head and a claw on its one-fingered hand.

Illustrations of weird creatures and fabulous beasts from a Japanese ‘Monster Scroll’ Folklore Japonais, Art Japonais, Weird Creatures, Mythical Creatures, Fabulous Beasts, Yuki Onna, Pot Pourri, Japanese Mythology, Japanese Monster

‘Bakemono Zukushi’ monster scroll

Akashita ("red tongue" - 赤舌) is a hairy-faced creature that hides in a dark cloud.

Vintage illustration of frog fish Vintage Illustration Art, Plant Illustration, Botanical Illustration, Illustrations, Sea Drawing, Scientific Drawing, Illustration Botanique, Street Art, Fish Drawings

Bd.4, Heft.11,13,15(1876-1881) - Journal des Museum Godeffroy. - Biodiversity Heritage Library

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Beware of the Yokai! an 8 page, seven illustration feature of Japanese mythical creatures appreared in Discovery Channel Magazine June/July 2009 issue. six yokais featured are: Kappa, Tengu, Tanuk Mythological Creatures, Mythical Creatures, Folklore Japonais, Japanese Yokai, Japanese Mask, Yuko Shimizu, Japanese Mythology, Japanese Monster, School Of Visual Arts

DISCOVERY CHANNEL yokai feature

Beware of the Yokai! an 8 page, seven illustration feature of Japanese mythical creatures appreared in Discovery Channel Magazine June/July 2009 issue. six yokais featured are: Kappa, Tengu, Tanuk

Water Spirit (水魔) by Sayume Tachibana, 1932 Japanese Horror, Cool Monsters, Japanese Prints, Japan Art, Unique Art, Painting & Drawing, Fantasy Art, Art Drawings, Art Photography

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Toba-e: Hatching Tengu Kitagawa Hidemaro (active early century) early century Prints; woodcuts Color woodblock print Image and Sheet: 6 x 4 in. Japon Illustration, Japanese Illustration, Japanese Prints, Japanese Art, Japanese Monster, Japan Painting, Japanese Folklore, Fable, Weird Creatures

Toba-e: Hatching Tengu

Toba-e: Hatching Tengu, Hidemaro Kitagawa (active early 19th century), early 19th century, Prints, Color woodblock print.

Kappa from the Gazu Hyakkiyagyo KAPPA IN THE MODERN JAPANESE LANGUAGE Kappa Maki = Cucumber sushi rolls, a common Japanese food. The Kappa love cucumbers according to Japanese legend. Okappa = Bobbed hairstyles that look like the Kappa's hair. Japanese Prints, Japanese Art, Japanese Food, Japanese Buddhism, Japanese Mythology, Buddhist Traditions, Japanese Monster, Supernatural Beings, Sunset Colors

Kappa - River Imp (Kami) in Japanese Shinto and Buddhist Traditions

Japanese River Imp (aka Kappa, Kawataro, Kawako, Kawaranbe) - Creatures and Monsters in Japanese Folklore. Digital Dictionary of Japanese Buddhism & Shintoism.