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Sunekosuri

Small, mischievous spirits from Okayama Prefecture of Japan, which getting underfoot and otherwise make it difficult to walk.
01-09-2018 / 01-10-2018,
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Dorotabō

According to japanese beliefs, transformed ghosts of rice fields who appears as one-eyed, three-fingered humanoid figures rising out of the...
11-15-2013 / 02-07-2018,
Page size: 2 597
Views: 10397
Comments: 1
05-26-2017, korg
Rating: 10 / 10 (1)
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Waira

According to japanese beliefs, a rare and reclusive yokai with a large body similar to that of a cow, bearing a single sharp claw on each of...
06-25-2015 / 02-06-2018,
Page size: 2 531
Views: 7623
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05-05-2017, korg
Rating: 10 / 10 (2)

Kodama

According to Japanese belief are souls of the trees themselves are animated as spirits, who can wander outside of their hosts, tending to...
01-29-2016 / 08-24-2017,
Page size: 4 385
Views: 6755
Comments: 1
08-24-2017, korg
Rating: 8 / 10 (1)
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Yamabiko

According to Japanese belief is very small yokai, a cross between a dog and a monkey, living in the mountains and distorting echoes.
01-29-2016 / 01-29-2016,
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Itachi

According to Japanese belief, weasels or martens, have become shape-changers to reach old age.
02-09-2016 / 02-09-2016,
Page size: 5 316
Views: 10390
Comments: 1
06-08-2017, korg
Rating: 9.5 / 10 (2)
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Kama itachi

According to Japanese belief, particularly dangerous kind of itachi, "sickle weasels", who riding the swirling whirlwinds.
02-10-2016 / 02-10-2016,
Page size: 3 215
Views: 9339
Comments: 5
06-08-2017, korg
Rating: 9 / 10 (1)

Satori

Strange mythical intelligent ape-men found in the mountains of japanese prefecture Gifu.
02-15-2016 / 07-19-2018,
Page size: 4 244
Views: 7497
Comments: 1
08-14-2017, korg
Rating: 9 / 10 (3)
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Sesshō seki

According to Japanese belief, a large boulder that stands in the plains of Nasuno and kills all living things around him due to instill in...
02-25-2016 / 02-25-2016,
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Views: 5108
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Keukegen

According to Japanese belief, particularly filthy monster the size of a small dog, like a lot of long dirty hair.
03-09-2016 / 03-09-2016,
Page size: 2 674
Views: 5812
Comments: 1
08-31-2017, korg
Rating: 10 / 10 (1)

Sōgenbi

According to Japanese belief, type of hi no tama, or fireball yokai, flying head of an old monk, covered in flame.
03-13-2016 / 03-14-2016,
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Buruburu

According to Japanese belief, the spirit of cowardice, fear and shudder.
03-21-2016 / 03-22-2016,
Page size: 1 107
Views: 9488
Comments: 1
05-05-2017, korg
Rating: 9.7 / 10 (3)
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Kawa akago

Trickster yōkai, cousins of the kappa, look like small, red-skinned babies.
04-04-2016 / 03-11-2017,
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Views: 5368
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05-15-2017, korg
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Ikuchi

Colossal sea monsters that roam the open seas off the coasts of Japan.
06-07-2016 / 06-07-2016,
Page size: 2 273
Views: 7726
Comments: 1
06-07-2017, korg
Rating: 10 / 10 (4)
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Yamata no Orochi

Legendary Japanese dragon, gigantic serpent with eight heads and eight tails.
07-03-2016 / 07-03-2016,
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Obariyon

Is a child-sized monster from Japanese prefecture Niigata which loves to ride people piggyback style.
07-03-2016 / 07-03-2016,
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Namahage

A frightful demon-like yōkai which live in the mountains along the northern coast of the Sea of Japan.
07-03-2016 / 07-03-2016,
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Views: 8176
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Sakabashira

According to Japanese belief, the angry spirits of tree leaves which manifest inside houses where one of the pillars has been placed...
10-18-2016 / 10-18-2016,
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Amanojaku

Japanese monsters, evil kami, minor oni, or yōkai who cause mischief and perform evil deeds.
11-01-2016 / 05-18-2017,
Page size: 8 666
Views: 14141
Comments: 1
09-05-2017, korg
Rating: 9.3 / 10 (3)
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Tesso

According to japanese legend, the vengeful spirit of buddhist priest, incarnated in the iron rat.
12-20-2016 / 12-21-2016,
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Furari-bi

According to japanese beliefs, a small, flying creature with dog-like face and birds body, wreathed in flames.
12-20-2016 / 12-21-2016,
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Tenome

According to japanese beliefs, dangerous yokai with eyes on the palms of its hands.
12-22-2016 / 12-23-2016,
Page size: 5 412
Views: 8020
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Rating: 9.7 / 10 (3)

Mikoshi-nyūdō

According to Japanese belief, dangerous yokai looking like a monk with abnormally long neck, which attacks the travelers.
12-26-2016 / 12-26-2016,
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Views: 5889
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Ushi-oni

According to japanese beliefs, a class of water monster with a body like a spider's and with head of an ox.
12-29-2016 / 12-29-2016,
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Views: 8123
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Noderabō

According to Japanese belief, grotesque ghosts of fallen priests, who appear late at night in abandoned ruined temples and ringing the bells.
01-13-2017 / 01-13-2017,
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Shōkera

According to Japanese belief, large dark-skinned, three-toed demon which sits on rooftops and watching wicked humans.
01-17-2017 / 01-17-2017,
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Nuribotoke

According to Japanese belief, kind of grotesque zombie which creeps out of a butsudan that has been accidentally left open at night.
01-17-2017 / 01-17-2017,
Page size: 3 038
Views: 4179
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Uwan

Little-known monster from Japanese folklore, which is more often heard than seen.
01-19-2017 / 01-19-2017,
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Views: 4158
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Nurarihyon

According to Japanese belief, mysterious and powerful yokai, which looks like a good-natured old man with a big head.
01-20-2017 / 01-20-2017,
Page size: 6 281
Views: 6685
Comments: 2
09-08-2017, KOT
Rating: 10 / 10 (1)

Takaonna

According to Japanese belief, malicious monsters pursuing frequenter of brothels and pleasure districts.
01-23-2017 / 01-23-2017,
Page size: 3 274
Views: 5174
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Ao bōzu

According to Japanese belief, large one-eyed blue-skinned priests with a strong connection to magic.
01-28-2017 / 01-29-2017,
Page size: 5 997
Views: 7478
Comments: 1
05-02-2017, korg
Rating: 9.5 / 10 (2)
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Ouni

According to Japanese belief, mountain yokai looks like an ugly old woman with an angry face and a body covered in long, black hair.
01-30-2017 / 01-30-2017,
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Views: 4537
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Ubagabi

According to Japanese belief, type of hi no tama, or fireball yokai, flying head of an old hag, covered in flame.
02-07-2017 / 02-07-2017,
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Tsurubebi

According to Japanese belief, type of hi no tama, or fireball yokai, small tree spirits in the form of blueish-white orbs of fire which bob...
02-22-2017 / 02-23-2017,
Page size: 2 284
Views: 3948
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Rating: 8 / 10 (1)
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Umizatō

According to Japanese belief, mysterious, gigantic yokai which look like blind guilds-men, or zatō, who wander the seas at night, tapping...
02-23-2017 / 02-23-2017,
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Views: 3845
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Kurozuka

The most well-known demon woman in Japanese folklore.
03-01-2017 / 03-01-2017,
Page size: 5 779
Views: 11158
Comments: 1
08-30-2017, korg
Rating: 10 / 10 (2)
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Kotobuki

According to Japanese belief, an auspicious chimera whose body contains parts from all twelve animals of the zodiac.
03-29-2017 / 03-29-2017,
Page size: 2 016
Views: 5537
Comments: 1
08-28-2017, korg
Rating: 9.5 / 10 (4)
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Amefuri kozō

According to Japanese belief, rain spirit resemble young boy with umbrella on his head.
04-13-2017 / 04-14-2017,
Page size: 3 207
Views: 6257
Comments: 1
06-08-2017, korg
Rating: 10 / 10 (5)
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Tenjō kudari

According to japanese beliefs, yokai in appearance of a naked, ugly, old woman with a long tongue, and long, disheveled hair, living between...
08-22-2017 / 08-22-2017,
Page size: 2 451
Views: 3731
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08-22-2017, korg
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Nozuchi

One of the earliest known yokai recorded in Japan histories, a one meter long hairy caterpillar without eyes, but with a large mouth...
08-31-2017 / 08-31-2017,
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Views: 3951
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Yamauba

According to Japanese belief, mountain yokai looks like an ugly old woman, were once human, but were corrupted and transformed into monsters.
09-06-2017 / 09-06-2017,
Page size: 3 044
Views: 5230
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09-06-2017, Дмитрий
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Tsuchigumo

According to japanese beliefs, long-lived purseweb spider transformed into monstrous size yokai.
10-05-2017 / 10-05-2017,
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Teratsutsuki

According to japanese beliefs, onryō of a man in the form of ghostly woodpecker, who tried to destroy the Buddhist temples.
10-25-2017 / 10-25-2017,
Page size: 4 643
Views: 2374
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Hikeshi baba

According to japanese beliefs, yōkai taking the form of a white-haired grotesque-looking old woman, who wanders from house to house blowing...
10-28-2017 / 10-28-2017,
Page size: 1 016
Views: 2865
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Momonjii

According to japanese beliefs, yokai which takes the form of a hairy, bestial, old man who born from a long-lived nobusuma, a yokai which...
11-13-2017 / 11-13-2017,
Page size: 5 080
Views: 3115
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Ōkaburo

According to japanese beliefs, cross-dressing yōkai, who takes the appearance of oversized kamuro, little girls employed as a servants in...
11-17-2017 / 11-17-2017,
Page size: 4 039
Views: 4444
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Ōkubi

According to japanese beliefs, yōkai taking the form of enormous, severed heads, which fly through the sky.
11-20-2017 / 11-20-2017,
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Views: 3128
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Hyakume

According to japanese beliefs, yōkai that looks like a shapeless lump of flesh with a hundred eyes.
12-12-2017 / 12-12-2017,
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Views: 3516
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Dodomeki

According to japanese beliefs, cursed women with very long arms covered in tiny bird eyes.
01-15-2018 / 01-15-2018,
Page size: 7 924
Views: 5416
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Rating: 9.8 / 10 (4)
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Gashadokuro

According to japanese beliefs, skeletal giants which wander around the countryside in the darkest hours of the night.
02-05-2018 / 02-05-2018,
Page size: 4 642
Views: 7088
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Rating: 8.8 / 10 (6)
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Abura sumashi

According to japanese beliefs, a rare yokai with a large ugly head like a potato or a stone, wearing a straw-woven raincoat.
02-06-2018 / 02-07-2018,
Page size: 2 959
Views: 5231
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Kijimunā

According to beliefs of Okinawa Islands, the small elf-like yokai folk which lives in the banyan trees.
03-01-2018 / 03-01-2018,
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Views: 3841
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Hone karakasa

According to Japanese belief, a tsukumogami born from an tattered and torn up old Chinese-style paper umbrella.
05-28-2018 / 05-28-2018,
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Tenjōname

According to Japanese beliefs, a tall yōkai with a very long tongue, who lick the dirty ceilings to feed on the filth.
06-03-2018 / 06-03-2018,
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Views: 2266
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Inugami

Familiar or possession spirit in the shape of a dog, which is created by magicians from Western Japan for their nefarious deeds.
06-06-2018 / 06-06-2018,
Page size: 11 235
Views: 4841
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Amabie

According to local Japanese belief, a mermaid-like three-legged yōkai with a mixture of human and fish features.
06-14-2018 / 06-15-2018,
Page size: 4 782
Views: 3934
Comments: 1
06-15-2018, Дмитрий
Rating: 10 / 10 (2)

Jinja hime

According to Japanese belief, a serpentine creature roughly six meters long with horns, dorsal fin, flippers and woman face.
06-18-2018 / 06-18-2018,
Page size: 4 011
Views: 3317
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Kudan

According to Japanese beliefs, prophetic creatures that take the form of baby cows with human faces.
06-27-2018 / 06-27-2018,
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Views: 3214
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Imori

According to Japanese folklore, the ghosts of dead warriors transformed into geckos.
07-19-2018 / 07-19-2018,
Page size: 7 382
Views: 2828
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Shōgorō

According to Japanese folklore, a kind of tsukumogami, an animated bowl-shaped gong that is struck with a mallet and used in Buddhist...
08-06-2018 / 08-06-2018,
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Sazae oni

According to Japanese folklore, are monstrous turban snails which taking the form of beautiful women in order to lure seamen into trouble.
08-10-2018 / 08-10-2018,
Page size: 3 587
Views: 2678
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Yamachichi

According to beliefs from northeastern Japan, yokai resembling monkeys with pointed mouths and sucking lips.
09-06-2018 / 09-06-2018,
Page size: 3 185
Views: 2893
Rating: 10 / 10 (3)

Hitotsume kozō

Child-like and mischievous, little one-eyed yokai who are well-known in all parts of Japan.
10-10-2018 / 10-10-2018,
Page size: 6 195
Views: 2289
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Yamajijii

According to Japanese beliefs, yokai looking like eldery men about 3-4 feet tall, with only one leg and one eye.
10-17-2018 / 10-22-2018,
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Views: 2254
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Wa nyūdō

Strange Japanese yokai, a giant, fearsome man’s head trapped within a flaming ox-cart wheel.
11-27-2018 / 11-27-2018,
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Kanbari nyūdō

According Japanese folklore, a perverted ghost-like yōkai which lurks outside of bathrooms on New Year’s Eve.
12-03-2018 / 12-03-2018,
Page size: 7 250
Views: 2410
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Nigawarai

According to Japanese beliefs, large, ugly horned yōkai with hairy green-tinged bodies, whose hairy mouths are twisted into what looks like...
01-14-2019 / 01-14-2019,
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Views: 1683
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Shirime

According to Japanese beliefs, town yōkai without face, but located in its butt hole is a large eye.
02-20-2019 / 02-20-2019,
Page size: 2 352
Views: 2258
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Kyōkotsu

According to Japanese beliefs, an evil ghostly, skeletal spirit which rises out of wells to scare people.
03-20-2019 / 03-20-2019,
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Views: 1723
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Koromodako

According to Japanese beliefs, strange and terrifying octopus-like yokai that can grow to a gigantic size and swallow the whole ship.
04-02-2019 / 04-02-2019,
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Katawaguruma

According to Japanese beliefs, a one of the many types of ghost wheel, a tormented naked woman riding a single, flaming ox-cart wheel.
04-05-2019 / 04-06-2019,
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Ushirogami

According to Japanese beliefs, a footless ghost with long black hair, and a large single eyeball located on the top of its head.
04-16-2019 / 04-16-2019,
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Furutsubaki no rei

According to Japanese beliefs, a spirit of old tsubaki tree (rose of winter), that can turn people into bees and kill them.
04-29-2019 / 04-29-2019,
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Views: 1275
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Shumoku musume

According to Japanese beliefs, a yōkai with maiden body and head which resembles that of a hammerhead shark or a snail.
05-01-2019 / 05-01-2019,
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Views: 1244
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Kuro bōzu

According to Japanese beliefs, a dark, shadowy yōkai which looks somewhat like a bald-headed Buddhist monk with long tongue, which...
05-15-2019 / 05-15-2019,
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Views: 1556
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Haradashi

According to Japanese beliefs, a goofy-looking yōkai that can change into various different forms, but always with a silly-looking face on...
06-05-2019 / 06-05-2019,
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Views: 1405
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Narigama

According to Japanese beliefs, a tsukumogami of kama, old revived iron kettles or cauldrons used to cook rice.
06-10-2019 / 06-10-2019,
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Views: 1224
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Azuki hakari

According to Japanese beliefs, a yōkai-poltergeist found in the space between the attic and the roof in some homes and temples.
06-24-2019 / 06-24-2019,
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Hahakigami

According to Japanese beliefs, a tsukumogami which takes up residence in a broom.
07-03-2019 / 07-03-2019,
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Views: 1034
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Furuutsubo

According to Japanese beliefs, a tsukumogami of the beloved quivers of slain archers who died particularly tragic deaths.
07-04-2019 / 07-04-2019,
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Views: 1006
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Haka no hi

According to Japanese folklore, mysterious, supernatural fires, spouting forth from the base of graves.
07-18-2019 / 07-25-2019,
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Isogashi

According to Japanese folklore, a blue-skinned monster with floppy ears, a big nose, and a massive tongue which flops out from its mouth...
07-25-2019 / 07-25-2019,
Page size: 4 099
Views: 1204
Comments: 4
08-04-2019, Алкэ
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Hainu

According to Japanese folklore, strong, fast and ferocious winged dogs, that can be as menacing to humans as wolves.
08-23-2019 / 08-23-2019,
Page size: 3 283
Views: 922
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Hitodama

According to Japanese beliefs, the visible souls of humans which have detached from their host bodies; they appear as red, orange, or...
11-22-2019 / 11-22-2019,
Page size: 2 396
Views: 521
Comments: 1
11-22-2019, Дмитрий
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Shiofuki

An elusive Japanese aquatic anthropomorphic yōkai with finned human-like arms, elephantine ears and a trunk-like mouth.
12-17-2019 / 12-17-2019,
Page size: 1 697
Views: 446
Comments: 2
12-17-2019, Алкэ
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Betobetosan

According to Japanese beliefs, a formless specter, and is only recognizable by the telltale sound it makes (“beto beto” sound of wooden...
01-03-2020 / 01-03-2020,
Page size: 3 000
Views: 444
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Abura akago

Japanese yōkai from Ōmi Province, a type of hi no tama (fireball), but can also take on the shape of a baby, licking the oil from lanterns.
09-15-2016 / 05-23-2018,
Page size: 3 989
Views: 11075
Comments: 1
04-26-2017, korg
Rating: 9.7 / 10 (6)
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Chimimoryo

In Japanese folklore are monsters of mountains and rivers that devour cadavers.
11-07-2014 / 08-16-2017,
Page size: 823
Views: 8737
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Kiri Ichibei

According to japanese beliefs, yōkai from Niigata Prefecture, that in the form of a little boy chases people at the night.
03-22-2018 / 03-22-2018,
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Views: 2756
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Amabiko

According to Japanese belief, a mermaid-like yōkai with a mixture of human and fish features.
06-14-2018 / 06-14-2018,
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Views: 4130
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Alû

In Akkadian and Sumerian mythology, an invisible, demonic vampire, that attacks its victims (men) at night while they sleep.
02-13-2019 / 02-13-2019,
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Views: 2153
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Ball-tailed cat

A fictional fearsome critter of North America described as a mountain lion with long tail to which there is affixed a solid, bulbous mass...
07-19-2019 / 07-22-2019,
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Views: 930
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Sliver Cat

A large cat-like mammal with a tail eleven feet long with a hard ball on the end from the oral traditions of North American pioneers.
07-22-2019 / 07-24-2019,
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Views: 948
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Columbia River Sand Squink

A Fearsome Critter of the stories of hunters and sheep-herders from northwest USA.
07-27-2019 / 07-30-2019,
Page size: 5 348
Views: 1211
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Gjakpirës

According to Albanian folk beliefs, vampiric reanimated corpse of a deceased Albanian of Turkish descent.
10-04-2019 / 10-05-2019,
Page size: 1 167
Views: 730
Comments: 2
10-05-2019, KOT
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Palis

Persian vampire, which attacks its victims at night while they are asleep by licking the soles of their feet until they bleed.
10-09-2019 / 10-09-2019,
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Views: 721
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Abchanchu

A vampire from Bolivia who hunts its human prey by appearing to them as a kindly old man who is lost and in need of assistance.
10-15-2019 / 10-15-2019,
Page size: 968
Views: 819
Comments: 2
10-15-2019, KOT
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Aluqa

An ancient vampiric demon from Hasidic lore, looks like a beautiful woman with a face suggesting nothing but pure innocence.
10-15-2019 / 10-15-2019,
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Views: 1091
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Nukekubi

According to japanese beliefs, variant type of rokurokubi, yōkai whose head flies apart from the body.
05-17-2018 / 05-17-2018,
Page size: 7 287
Views: 2716
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Koma inu

Traditional Japanese lion-dogs, guarding the entrances to Shinto and Buddhist temples.
05-23-2018 / 05-23-2018,
Page size: 3 857
Views: 3071
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