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Japanese Raccoon Dog, Japanese Yokai, Legendary Monsters, Utagawa Kuniyoshi, Japanese Monster, Eastern Art
日本妖怪と中国妖怪が全面戦争したらwwwwwwwwwwww : 哲学ニュースnwk
Japanese Tattoo
江戸時代に生きたご先祖さまの煌く想像力が爆発、浮世絵に描かれた「怪(あやかし)」画像集 : カラパイア
an ink drawing of a bird on top of a monkey with chinese characters in the background
School of Katsushika Hokusai | Nine-Tailed Golden Fox | Japan | Edo period (1615–1868) | The Metropolitan Museum of Art
School of Katsushika Hokusai | Nine-Tailed Golden Fox | Japan | Edo period (1615–1868) | The Met
an old painting with people and animals on it
SUPERKINTARO
Kunihisa (1832 - 1891), Miuranosuke and Kazusanosuke Defeat the Nine-tailed Fox on Nasu Moor, 1858
a drawing of a creepy monster riding on a cart with wheels and hair blowing in the wind
Oboroguruma - Resembling oxcarts or carriages with grotesque haggish faces on their fronts, these bizarre and terrifying tsukumogami are born from the anger of ancient nobles who found themselves in a similar position to many modern drivers, unable to get to where they want to be due to gridlocked roads. The phantom carts are then animated by this negative emotion and feed on the anger and frustration of those around them. They park outside the homes of their victims and call them for rides.
The Most Fantastic Monsters From Art And Literature | Boria Sax Kyosai Kawanabe, Kawanabe Kyosai, Demon Book, Representational Art, The Boogeyman, Art Asiatique
The Most Fantastic Monsters From Literature
The Most Fantastic Monsters From Art And Literature | Boria Sax
an old painting with people and animals on it
Auctions of Japanese Prints
Kunihisa Utagawa 1832-1891 - Magical Nine-Tailed Fox
ゆるカワイイ!海外のイラストレーターが描いた妖怪たちがステキ – Japaaan 日本の文化と今をつなぐ Japanese Myth, Posca Art
ゆるカワイイ!海外のイラストレーターが描いた妖怪たちがステキ : Japaaan
ゆるカワイイ!海外のイラストレーターが描いた妖怪たちがステキ – Japaaan 日本の文化と今をつなぐ
an illustration of a spider crawling on a man's body in front of him
大蜘蛛;オオグモ,蜘蛛;クモ
大蜘蛛;オオグモ,蜘蛛;クモ
an image of a painting with flames coming out of it
はてなハイク サービス終了のお知らせ
Mujina. Yōkai (妖怪, ghost, phantom, strange apparition) are a class of supernatural monsters in Japanese folklore. This is one in particular is frightening because -- it is faceless. Japanese Ghost Stories, Japanese Ghost, Legends And Myths
Kwaidan, Stories and Studies of Strange Things by Lafcadio Hearn, The Shimbi Shoin, 1932
Mujina. Yōkai (妖怪, ghost, phantom, strange apparition) are a class of supernatural monsters in Japanese folklore. This is one in particular is frightening because -- it is faceless.