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Eos in Greek mythology was the dawn goddess, tasked with bring the first light to the day. This dawn goddess was a daughter of Hyperion, and also brother to the Greek sun god Helios.

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Female character illustration 女孩的艺术 Saule, the Baltic Goddess of the Sun who determines the well-being and regeneration of all life on earth. She also represents the eclipse of the sun.

Akaname--Aka-name é um youkai japonês. Ele aparece à noite em banheiros sujos quando não há ninguém por perto e lambe o lodo e a sujeira do banheiro. Sua aparência e similar a de um globin ou duende possuindo cabelos longo emaranhado e um dedo em cada pé outra característica dele seria sua língua que é extremamente longa e fica pingando saliva o tempo todo.

Akaname- Japanese folklore: a humanoid creature that has a long poisonous tongue. It goes into dirty bathrooms and licks it clean. It is thought that this story was made to scare children into cleaning their bathrooms.

The Bo (駮). There is a beast dwelling here whose form resembles a horse but with a white body, black tail, a single horn, and tiger’s teeth and claws. It makes a sound like a drum and is called the Bo. The Bo devours tigers and leopards. It can also protect against weapons.

The Bo (駮). There is a beast dwelling here whose form resembles a horse but with a white body, black tail, a single horn, and tiger’s teeth and claws. It makes a sound like a drum and is called the Bo.

Yuki-Onna

"Yuki-Onna is a spirit in Japanese folklore and literally means "Snow Woman". With her extremely pale white skin she blends with the snowy environments,. Yuki-Onna, the Snow Spirit

Japanese Kappa Book Japan Folklore Monster Yokai 0522 | eBay

Japanese Kappa Book Japan Folklore Monster Yokai 0522 | eBay

船幽霊 (Marine Spirits)  Funayurei are spirits in Japanese mythology that are believed to be the ghosts of people who have died at sea. They approach people on boats and ask to borrow a hishaku. If they are given a ladle, they will pour sea water into the boat until it sinks.

Funayurei - Funayūrei (literally "ship ghosts") are the ghosts of mariners who died at sea. They approach ships at sea and ask for a ladle. If they are given the ladle they will scoop water into the ship so effectively that the ship will sink.

Kyosai Oni in priest's robes - Ogre - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Kawanabe KYÔSAI (Japan Title Ogre chanting Buddhist prayer Place of origin Japan Period Japan: Edo (Tokugawa) period 1615 - 1868 Year 1864

1881年・鍋田玉英「怪物画本」より 火車(かしゃ)

Nabeta Gyokuei: Kasha (cat-like demon that descends from the sky to feed on corpses before cremation), 1881 - an example of yōkai, or creatures from Japanese folklore.

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