Raijin (雷神?) by Kawanabe Kyosai. Raijin is a god of lightning, thunder and storms in the Shinto religion and in Japanese mythology

"Raijin" (雷神) Raijin Is A God Of Lightning, Thunder, & Storms In The Shinto Religion & In Japanese Mythology.

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Utagawa Kuniyoshi (Japanese Ukiyo-e Printmaker, / Cherries (Sake no zashiki), from the series Goldfish (Kingyo Tsukushi)

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These artworks were made by Utagawa Kuniyoshi one of the last great Japanese masters of the ukiyo-e style were really a novelty of its age. Kuniyoshi started to use cats instead of humans in satirical kabuki prints in the early

Utagawa Yoshifuji Japanese (1828-1887)The Cat Demon on the Tokaido road (Tokaido neko no sei).ca. 1850Print Amherst College

centuriespast: “Utagawa Yoshifuji Japanese The Cat Demon on the Tokaido road (Tokaido neko no sei).

Kasha, a demon the steals the corpses those died after committing many evil deeds.

Kasha, a demon the steals the corpses those died after committing many evil deeds.

浮世绘大师 歌川国芳 Utagawa Kuniyoshi

The White Monkey, by Utagawa Kuniyoshi, Edo period, Depicts Usui Matagorô killing the giant white monkey in the mountains of Hida

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Nekomata- Fork-tailed cat with a host of supernatural abilities. Woodblock print from "The Kaibutsu Ehon" (Illustrated Book of Monsters) by Nabeta Gyokuei

河鍋暁斎 / Kawanabe Kyosai (1831-1889)

Bakeneko (Monster-Cat) Bakeneko (化け猫, "monster-cat"), in Japanese folklore, refers to cat yōkai (spiritual beings) with supernatural .

葛飾北斎『北斎漫画』より「三つ目入道」Specter priest

葛飾北斎『北斎漫画』より「三つ目入道」Specter priest

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