14 Terrifying Japanese Monsters, Myths and Spirits

14 Terrifying Japanese Monsters, Myths and Spirits

妖怪提灯お化け Yokai Chochin Obake (Lantern Ghost) Yōkai (妖怪?, ghost, phantom, strange…

傘お化け (Umbrella Ghost)  Kasa-obake are a type of tsukumogami (japanese object spirits), the spirits of parasols who have reached their 100th birthday. They have one eye, a protruding tongue from an agape mouth, and a single foot, usually wearing a geta.

傘お化け (Umbrella Ghost) Kasa-obake are a type of tsukumogami (japanese object spirits), the spirits of parasols who have reached their 100th birthday. They have one eye, a protruding tongue from an agape mouth, and a single foot, usually wearing a geta.

Tengu- Japanese folklore: an avian creature with human characteristics. They were thought of as evil malignant spirits or protective guardians.

Tengu

Tengu- Japanese folklore: an avian creature with human characteristics. They were thought of as evil malignant spirits or protective guardians.

Today I bring you a botanical illustration inspired art about mandrakes.  I really like special plants which connected with interesting superstitions and beliefs. According to the legend, when the mandrake root is dug up it screams and kills all who hear it.

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