JAPAN's: Gasha-dokuro: Gasha-dokuro are skeletal giants which wander around the countryside in the darkest hours of the night.

Gashadokuro (Japanese) - Enormous Skeletons, and the favorite war-beasts of the Horseman of Famine.

Noh 能 | shows how mask is worn accentuating the 'high brow' look.

Noh 能 | shows how mask is worn accentuating the 'high brow' look.

Una máscara de Tengu . El Budismo celebró durante mucho tiempo que el tengu eran demonios disruptivas y presagios de guerra. Su imagen cambia lentamente con el tiempo en uno de los espíritus protectores , pero todavía peligrosos , de las montañas y los bosques.

A Tengu Mask. Buddhism long held that the tengu were disruptive demons and harbingers of war. Their image slowly changed over time into one of protective, yet still dangerous, spirits of the mountains and forests.

Dodomeki by Kurt Komoda. Dodomeki is a pale, lanky yokai woman with no facial features who has elongated arms adorned with thousands of eyes.

An actual Yokai called Dodomeki; would be a simple costume to put together for a ghost in the final play

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In Japanese mythology, Raijin is the god of thunder born out of the corpse of…

The Bakezōri is described as a wandering sandal with two arms and two legs, but only one eye. It's a member of the Tsukumogami, an entire class of yōkai and obake, comprised of ordinary household items that come to life on the one-hundredth anniversary of their birth.

Bakezori - is straw zori sandal which has been transformed into a tsukumogami, a yokai which was once a household item. Painted by niban-deidara-n-chan

ねぶたの山車燈籠 | "Aomori Nebuta," which was exhibited at the British museum in 2001, is a significant, intangible folk cultural asset of Japan.

【魂昂ぶる】日本人なら巨大フィギュアといえば「ねぶたの山車燈籠」だろが!!! 30選