Old woman at the temple [+] This illustration depicts a ghostly old woman known to appear late at night in a certain guest room at a temple in the Kaho area of Fukuoka prefecture. On multiple occasions, terrified lodgers ended up fatally wounding themselves after trying to strike her with a sword
The raccoon dogs beating the hunters. Kuniyoshi Utagawa, Sono-omokage-hodoyoku-utsushi-e, mid 19th century.
Akagashira /赤がしら, Monster of the red head, from the "Hyakki Yagyo Emaki"
Uwan, 1737 by Sawaki Sūshi. Uwan /うわん, is a formless yōkai, a disembodied voice that inhabits old, abandoned temples and homes. In the Edo period, these demon spirits assumed physical bodies.
Hyakki Yakō (lit. "Night Parade of One Hundred Demons")
Nurikabe: wall ghost; painting by Tourin Kanou via Tofugu