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Mumashika

According to Japanese beliefs, comical-looking yokai with a head resembling a one-eyed one-horned horse.
05-29-2020 / 05-30-2020,
Page size: 1 934
Views: 128
Comments: 2
05-30-2020, KOT
Rating: 10 / 10 (1)

Tenome

According to japanese beliefs, dangerous yokai with eyes on the palms of its hands.
12-22-2016 / 05-29-2020,
Page size: 5 412
Views: 9072
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Rating: 10 / 10 (4)
Your opinion: 10 / 10

Koshkalacheń

According to slavists Alexander Afanasyev and Pavel Spilevskiy is shape-shifting cat from Belarusian folklore.
06-11-2009 / 05-26-2020,
Page size: 1 713
Views: 13289
Comments: 10
08-29-2017, KOT
Rating: 8 / 10 (3)
Your opinion: 6 / 10

Yanari

According to Japanese belief, miniature oni which appear in houses late at night.
03-01-2015 / 05-05-2020,
Page size: 4 989
Views: 8616
Comments: 1
05-05-2020, Дмитрий
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Yamata no Orochi

Legendary Japanese dragon, gigantic serpent with eight heads and eight tails.
07-03-2016 / 05-05-2020,
Page size: 5 095
Views: 10506
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Rating: 9.6 / 10 (5)
Your opinion: 10 / 10

Smaljany chort

In the folklore of the Belarusian Polesie, a demonic patron of wood-tar manufacturing.
08-22-2019 / 05-04-2020,
Page size: 31 831
Views: 524
Comments: 4
05-04-2020, KOT
Rating: 10 / 10 (3)
Your opinion: 10 / 10

Chor

In Turkic and Mongolian (usually neighboring Slavic) folklore an evil spirit or demon, similar to slavic chort.
04-24-2020 / 04-24-2020,
Page size: 1 620
Views: 418
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Marool

According to Shetland folklore, a sea-devil who took the form of a fish with a crest of flickering flame, and eyes all over his head.
04-23-2020 / 04-23-2020,
Page size: 1 652
Views: 382
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Amikiri

According to Japanese belief, small crustacean-like yōkai which resemble shrimp with long body, a bird-like beak, and two scissor-like claws.
02-26-2015 / 04-21-2020,
Page size: 4 706
Views: 8943
Comments: 1
05-02-2017, korg
Rating: 10 / 10 (4)
Your opinion: 10 / 10

Amanojaku

Japanese monsters, evil kami, minor oni, or yōkai who cause mischief and perform evil deeds.
11-01-2016 / 04-21-2020,
Page size: 9 521
Views: 15738
Comments: 1
09-05-2017, korg
Rating: 9.6 / 10 (5)
Your opinion: 10 / 10

Balamutień

According to Belarusian folklore women-harassing water-spirit in form of man with puffy face, goose skin and enormous belly.
10-12-2014 / 04-14-2020,
Page size: 16 761
Views: 13970
Comments: 4
04-14-2020, KOT
Rating: 6.6 / 10 (10)
Your opinion: 10 / 10

Mantahungal

In the demonology of the Tagbanua people of the Philippines, a hornless, shaggy cow with a monstrous mouth and tusklike incisors.
04-06-2020 / 04-06-2020,
Page size: 496
Views: 402
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Rating: 10 / 10 (1)

White Baba

In the belarusian folklore ghostly harbinger of death, woman with alluring figure of young maiden dressed in white like for a wedding.
11-18-2014 / 04-02-2020,
Page size: 1 277
Views: 12315
Comments: 5
05-03-2017, korg
Rating: 10 / 10 (2)

White Lady

A type of female ghost, typically dressed in a white dress or similar garment, reportedly seen in rural areas and associated with local...
04-02-2020 / 04-02-2020,
Page size: 809
Views: 670
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Rating: 5 / 10 (1)
Your opinion: 5 / 10

Kishi

According to Bantu mythology, a two-faced demon with human face on the front of its body and a hyena's face on the back.
04-02-2020 / 04-02-2020,
Page size: 1 976
Views: 506
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Cheeroonear

A class of monstrous dog-faced humanoids in the traditions and legends of the Native Australian people.
03-30-2020 / 04-01-2020,
Page size: 4 015
Views: 620
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Rating: 10 / 10 (1)

Kinie Ger

In Australian Aboriginal mythology, an evil half-man, half-quoll beast that hunts and kills the innocent with his spear.
03-30-2020 / 03-30-2020,
Page size: 4 001
Views: 427
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Rating: 10 / 10 (1)

Sjörå

A mythical female nature spirit of the lake in Swedish folklore.
03-27-2020 / 03-27-2020,
Page size: 4 340
Views: 807
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Rating: 10 / 10 (1)

Fūri

According to Chinese and Japanese beliefs, wild mountain tanuki gliding in the wind from tree to tree at night.
03-19-2020 / 03-19-2020,
Page size: 5 056
Views: 833
Comments: 1
03-19-2020, Дмитрий
Rating: 10 / 10 (5)
Your opinion: 10 / 10

Phouka

In Irish folklore, a domestic and nature sprite, demon, bogy or fairy, often identified with the devil.
03-17-2020 / 03-17-2020,
Page size: 5 557
Views: 894
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Rating: 10 / 10 (1)
Your opinion: 10 / 10

Puck

In English folklore, a domestic and nature sprite, demon, or fairy.
11-29-2008 / 03-17-2020,
Page size: 7 055
Views: 8998
Comments: 2
05-04-2017, korg
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Himamushi nyūdō

According to Japanese beliefs, a grotesque night yōkai, resembles a Buddhist monk, with a long neck, sharp claws, a body covered in thick...
03-10-2020 / 03-10-2020,
Page size: 4 587
Views: 563
Comments: 1
03-10-2020, Дмитрий
Rating: 2.4 / 10 (9)
Your opinion: 2 / 10

Habior

According to Belarusian folklore, the king of all crayfish, the giant crawfish with golden claws and eyes.
07-14-2016 / 03-05-2020,
Page size: 1 282
Views: 7394
Comments: 1
05-10-2017, korg
Rating: 3.5 / 10 (21)
Your opinion: 1 / 10

Oboúbi

According to the Folk-tales of the Kiwai Papuans, the mythical underwater people, masters of crocodiles and other water animals.
12-15-2009 / 03-02-2020,
Page size: 4 291
Views: 5962
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Rating: 8.5 / 10 (2)
Your opinion: 7 / 10

Ebihare

According to folk beliefs of the kiwai papuans, all such mysterious beings, particularly those living in the sea.
02-28-2020 / 03-02-2020,
Page size: 2 186
Views: 503
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Erumia

According to the Folk-tales of the Kiwai Papuans, an enormous, wonderful jelly-fish, mother of all the ordinary jellyfish, the patron of all...
03-02-2020 / 03-02-2020,
Page size: 2 612
Views: 2629
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Rating: 1.8 / 10 (15)
Your opinion: 2 / 10

Kyōrinrin

According to Japanese belief, is kind of tsukumogami, a spirit of knowledge formed from ancient scrolls, books and scriptures.
04-12-2016 / 02-27-2020,
Page size: 1 388
Views: 6515
Comments: 3
02-27-2020, KOT
Rating: 8.3 / 10 (3)
Your opinion: 10 / 10

Serbai

Is personification of hunger and poverty in Belorussian and Lithuanian folklore.
07-23-2015 / 02-17-2020,
Page size: 6 818
Views: 8427
Comments: 1
03-05-2020, KOT
Rating: 4.2 / 10 (19)
Your opinion: 10 / 10

Apivień

According to the Belarusian mythology, a small demon or imp, which clings to the people, inducing them to drink.
07-20-2013 / 02-11-2020,
Page size: 10 789
Views: 20952
Comments: 3
10-20-2015, Полосатый
Rating: 4.8 / 10 (12)
Your opinion: 7 / 10

Zyuzya

In Belarusian folklore Zuzya is a spirit of winter, personification of frost, local analogue of Santa Claus.
04-11-2008 / 01-27-2020,
Page size: 13 127
Views: 31005
Comments: 4
06-05-2017, korg
Rating: 7 / 10 (7)
Your opinion: 7 / 10

Yalomishte

According to folk beliefs from Wallachia (historical and geographical region of Romania), a fox-shapeshifter.
04-14-2009 / 01-25-2020,
Page size: 8 340
Views: 15770
Comments: 1
04-21-2017, korg
Rating: 9.5 / 10 (6)
Your opinion: 10 / 10

Al-mi'raj

One-horned yellow hare with black horn on its forehead which lives in Sea Serpent island in Indian ocean in Arabic cosmographic and zoologic...
07-31-2013 / 01-04-2020,
Page size: 4 009
Views: 9462
Comments: 2
05-30-2017, korg
Rating: 6.5 / 10 (2)
Your opinion: 3 / 10

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: 1038
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Rating: 9 / 10 (1)

Mecopteran

In the "Witcher" world a harmless creature which are hunted for the bones from their hands which are powdered and added to soups...
12-21-2019 / 12-21-2019,
Page size: 4 282
Views: 2440
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Rating: 10 / 10 (1)

Namorodo

According to folk beliefs from northern Australia, a vampiric demon, flying at the night in the guise of bloodless, shrunken corpse.
12-20-2019 / 12-20-2019,
Page size: 2 460
Views: 850
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Rating: 9 / 10 (1)

Garkain

A legendary creature in Australian Aboriginal mythology, vampires swooping down from the trees on his leathery wings, envelops victim and...
12-20-2019 / 12-20-2019,
Page size: 7 082
Views: 1616
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Rating: 10 / 10 (2)

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: 967
Comments: 2
12-17-2019, Алкэ
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Lou Carcolh

A supposed mythical beast from Gascon folklore, giant creature described as being both a serpent and mollusc.
12-06-2019 / 12-06-2019,
Page size: 1 183
Views: 967
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Rating: 9 / 10 (2)

Boobrie

According to folktales of western Scotland, a gigantic water-bird with loud harsh voice and webbed feet, gobbling up sheep and cattle.
11-26-2019 / 11-26-2019,
Page size: 7 279
Views: 1099
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Rating: 5.7 / 10 (3)
Your opinion: 4 / 10

Bolla

In Albanian popular belief, a snake-like creature that sleeps throughout the year and opens its eyes only on Saint George's day.
11-04-2009 / 11-26-2019,
Page size: 1 687
Views: 9303
Comments: 1
08-31-2017, korg
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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: 933
Comments: 1
11-22-2019, Дмитрий
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Arassas

A greyish-colored animal with the head of a cat and the body of a lizard, from the folklore of Lagrand in the Hautes-Alpes region of France.
11-18-2019 / 11-18-2019,
Page size: 1 262
Views: 1417
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Rating: 10 / 10 (1)
Your opinion: 10 / 10

Svitezyanki

Are kind of Rusalka in folklore of Belarus most commonly associated with lake Svityaz'.
05-06-2010 / 11-13-2019,
Page size: 6 184
Views: 20049
Comments: 8
05-31-2017, korg
Rating: 7.7 / 10 (3)
Your opinion: 3 / 10

Zazowka

According to local legends from Vileyka District of Belarus, the forest spirit in the form of a naked long-haired girl, luring into the...
09-23-2014 / 11-06-2019,
Page size: 17 789
Views: 10716
Comments: 1
04-21-2017, korg
Rating: 9.8 / 10 (5)
Your opinion: 10 / 10

Stikini

A creature in the Seminole Indians mythology, looks like a human, but at night it vomits up all its internal organs so that it can...
07-11-2015 / 10-29-2019,
Page size: 2 432
Views: 4670
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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,
Page size: 1 399
Views: 1968
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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: 1443
Comments: 2
10-15-2019, KOT
Rating: 10 / 10 (1)
Your opinion: 10 / 10

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,
Page size: 1 230
Views: 1101
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Rating: 4 / 10 (1)
Your opinion: 4 / 10

Mesha

A cursed spirit in Belarusian folklore looking like a black, shaggy beast, which frightens people at nights but harmless in other respects.
08-20-2015 / 10-06-2019,
Page size: 6 515
Views: 9994
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Rating: 2.3 / 10 (23)
Your opinion: 9 / 10

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: 1125
Comments: 2
10-05-2019, KOT
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Piachurnik

According to folk beliefs from northwestern Belarus, a house-hold spirit in the form of a bipedal cat.
09-29-2019 / 09-30-2019,
Page size: 5 121
Views: 5003
No comments
Rating: 2.8 / 10 (23)
Your opinion: 1 / 10

A-mi’-kuk

A legendary creature from Inuit mythology, large leathery-skinned sea monster attacking kayakers boats.
12-09-2017 / 09-10-2019,
Page size: 2 702
Views: 8411
Comments: 4
09-10-2019, KOT
Rating: 8.5 / 10 (6)
Your opinion: 3 / 10

Lizun

Bogey with long tongue by which it can lick the skin off the child's body usually living in wells or vegetable gardens in folklore of...
01-16-2017 / 09-09-2019,
Page size: 6 100
Views: 9998
Comments: 5
08-25-2017, korg
Rating: 2.2 / 10 (22)
Your opinion: 1 / 10

Hut

According to the folk beliefs from northern Belarus, the house-hold enrichening spirit that brings wealth to the owner. But if this spirit...
05-20-2016 / 09-02-2019,
Page size: 25 885
Views: 8286
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Rating: 4.8 / 10 (8)
Your opinion: 1 / 10

Hapun

According to Belarusian and Ukrainian folklore, a mythical being that kidnaps naughty children and Jews regardless of age.
08-16-2010 / 08-30-2019,
Page size: 13 777
Views: 24824
Comments: 17
08-01-2016, KOT
Rating: 2.5 / 10 (24)
Your opinion: 1 / 10

Zhaleznaja Baba

In Belarusian folklore is a bogey that lives in the fields and vegetable gardens.
01-13-2015 / 08-26-2019,
Page size: 13 962
Views: 12291
Comments: 31
06-01-2017, korg
Rating: 9.8 / 10 (4)
Your opinion: 10 / 10

Bregdi

According to folklore of Shetland islands, malicious sea monster, that drags boats to the deep in its deadly embrace.
08-23-2019 / 08-24-2019,
Page size: 1 626
Views: 1736
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Rating: 10 / 10 (1)
Your opinion: 10 / 10

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: 1495
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Rating: 10 / 10 (1)

Bai

According to Belarusian folk beliefs, a creature living in a hut, invisibly wandering at night on the walls and lulls children to sleep with...
08-08-2019 / 08-15-2019,
Page size: 1 144
Views: 3111
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Rating: 4.5 / 10 (11)
Your opinion: 10 / 10

The Girl of the Red Swamp

According to local legend near Mazyr in Gomel Region, Belarus, rusalka that looks like girl 11-12 years old with eyes the colour of muddy...
09-11-2014 / 08-12-2019,
Page size: 3 850
Views: 11325
Comments: 1
05-24-2017, korg
Rating: 9.8 / 10 (4)
Your opinion: 10 / 10

Turosik

Minor forest deity in Slavic regions in Lithuania, Poland and Belarus which has appearance of deer with golden horns and hooves and lures...
07-07-2015 / 08-05-2019,
Page size: 7 045
Views: 10632
Comments: 1
07-07-2015, KOT
Rating: 5.3 / 10 (41)
Your opinion: 1 / 10

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: 1855
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Rating: 10 / 10 (1)
Your opinion: 10 / 10

Koto furunushi

According to Japanese beliefs, a tsukumogami of the koto (long harp-like national instrument) which was once played frequently but later...
04-11-2016 / 07-25-2019,
Page size: 1 225
Views: 5576
Comments: 1
08-28-2017, korg
Rating: 10 / 10 (1)

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: 1692
Comments: 4
08-04-2019, Алкэ
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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,
Page size: 1 969
Views: 1290
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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,
Page size: 3 559
Views: 1374
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Rating: 10 / 10 (1)

Virika

An Indian ghostly flame-red vampiric spirit that tends to linger around the home of someone who is dying.
03-10-2015 / 07-23-2019,
Page size: 1 413
Views: 3377
Comments: 1
05-11-2017, korg
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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,
Page size: 3 976
Views: 1335
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Tsytsokhy

According to folklore of West Polesie in Belarus, half-women and half-toads, that caught naughty children and suffocated them by stuffing...
08-07-2015 / 07-10-2019,
Page size: 735
Views: 7608
Comments: 1
06-01-2017, korg
Rating: 10 / 10 (1)

Tsukumogami

In Japanese folklore, are tools that have acquired a kami or spirit.
06-07-2013 / 07-04-2019,
Page size: 10 304
Views: 24642
Comments: 9
07-09-2015, linyok
Rating: 5.8 / 10 (8)
Your opinion: 10 / 10

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,
Page size: 1 918
Views: 1440
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Rating: 10 / 10 (1)

Hahakigami

According to Japanese beliefs, a tsukumogami which takes up residence in a broom.
07-03-2019 / 07-03-2019,
Page size: 2 424
Views: 1462
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Rating: 9 / 10 (1)

Ypotryll

A Medieval European Heraldic creature with head of a wild boar or hog, the humped body of a camel, the legs and hooves of an ox or goat.
07-22-2008 / 06-28-2019,
Page size: 1 844
Views: 9348
Comments: 1
06-07-2017, korg
Rating: 9 / 10 (2)
Your opinion: 9 / 10

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,
Page size: 2 770
Views: 2445
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Renyu

Chinese mythical creature from ancient text of Shan-hai Ching, a catfish with four legs and human face.
06-18-2019 / 06-21-2019,
Page size: 5 495
Views: 1722
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Kratt

A magical creature in old Estonian mythology, a treasure-bearer.
06-11-2019 / 06-12-2019,
Page size: 5 593
Views: 2119
Comments: 1
06-12-2019, KOT
Rating: 10 / 10 (1)
Your opinion: 10 / 10

Funeral Mountain Terrashot

According to the tales of first american lumberjacks, a strange four-legged beast with carapace casket-like body, six to eight feet long.
06-11-2019 / 06-11-2019,
Page size: 4 455
Views: 1568
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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,
Page size: 6 375
Views: 1792
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Rating: 10 / 10 (2)

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,
Page size: 3 167
Views: 1945
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Rating: 5.8 / 10 (6)
Your opinion: 10 / 10

Chouyu

Chinese mythical creature from ancient text of Shan-hai Ching, a rabbit with a bird's beak, an owl's eyes, and a snake's tail.
06-04-2019 / 06-05-2019,
Page size: 2 647
Views: 1776
Comments: 2
06-05-2019, KOT
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Huan

Chinese mythical creature from ancient text of Shan-hai Ching, a wildcat (of fox) with one eye and three tails.
06-04-2019 / 06-04-2019,
Page size: 1 721
Views: 1782
Comments: 2
06-04-2019, KOT
Rating: 9 / 10 (3)
Your opinion: 8 / 10

Slide-rock Bolter

According to the tales of first american lumberjacks, a frightful animal with an immense fish head within small eyes, and a mouth, running...
05-31-2019 / 05-31-2019,
Page size: 6 966
Views: 1417
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Wapaloosie

According to the tales of first american lumberjacks, a quaint little beast like sausage dog with a woodpecker's feet, moving about the tree...
05-27-2019 / 05-30-2019,
Page size: 5 037
Views: 1511
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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,
Page size: 4 488
Views: 2269
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Rating: 9 / 10 (1)
Your opinion: 9 / 10

Iwarasambe

According to Ainu folklore, a demon with black body, with very long ears and two saber-like teeth.
05-04-2019 / 05-04-2019,
Page size: 581
Views: 1338
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Oniont

A horned water serpent of Iroquois legend, lurking in the Great Lakes to capsize canoes and eat people.
05-04-2019 / 05-04-2019,
Page size: 1 183
Views: 2148
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Rating: 8 / 10 (1)
Your opinion: 8 / 10

Scitalis

African snake so hot that even in winter it sheds, and also having gleaming back which has hypnotizing effect on its victim.
08-20-2010 / 05-02-2019,
Page size: 5 045
Views: 12312
Comments: 2
08-20-2010, Гость
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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,
Page size: 1 914
Views: 1772
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Sapo Fuerzo

According to Chilean mythology, mountain amphibian with turtle-like shell, glows in the dark like a firefly.
04-30-2019 / 04-30-2019,
Page size: 1 296
Views: 1479
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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,
Page size: 4 495
Views: 1852
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Rating: 10 / 10 (2)
Your opinion: 10 / 10

Gumberoo

According to the tales of first american lumberjacks, a dangerous and always hungry creature with elastic hide and explosive force.
10-10-2014 / 04-24-2019,
Page size: 9 624
Views: 5454
Comments: 1
06-21-2017, korg
Rating: 5.8 / 10 (6)
Your opinion: 10 / 10

Ijuu

Japanese monkey-like Yokai which will be ready to carry heavy loads through mountains for food.
04-24-2019 / 04-24-2019,
Page size: 2 433
Views: 1891
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Rating: 10 / 10 (1)
Your opinion: 10 / 10

Snow Wasset

According to the tales of first canadian lumberjacks, a dangerous voracious predator living under the snow.
04-17-2019 / 04-21-2019,
Page size: 6 641
Views: 1495
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Navagunjara

In the Hindu epic Mahabharata, a creature composed of nine different animals.
04-19-2019 / 04-19-2019,
Page size: 2 367
Views: 1347
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Rating: 10 / 10 (2)

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,
Page size: 3 693
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Hōsōgyo

According to japanese beliefs, kaigyo (strange fish) resemble shrimp, however they have heads like a shōjō (yokai-orangutan), faces like...
04-08-2019 / 04-08-2019,
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Nekrštenici

According to Serbian lore, little flying vampire-like creatures, that becomed from children who died before baptism.
04-05-2019 / 04-08-2019,
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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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Nobusuma

According to japanese beliefs, yokai in the form of the giant flying squirrel, sucking blood and feed on fire, in which a very old bat turns.
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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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