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Japanese folklore

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Japanese Folklore by Hamsterosis on DeviantArt | Masks has a huge presence in Japanese culture and folklore. You can’t appreciate Japanese culture without exploring and understanding the meaning of their masks. Let’s explore the traditional Japanese masks: Japanese kitsune masks, Japanese oni masks, Japanese tengu masks, Japanese samurai masks, Japanese hannya masks. Not to forget about kabuki masks, demon masks, tengu masks, and cat masks. #JapaneseMasks #JapaneseArt #JapaneseMasksMeaning

Japanese Folklore by Hamsterosis on DeviantArt | Masks has a huge presence in Japanese culture and folklore. You can’t appreciate Japanese culture without exploring and understanding the meaning of their masks. Let’s explore the traditional Japanese masks: Japanese kitsune masks, Japanese oni masks, Japanese tengu masks, Japanese samurai masks, Japanese hannya masks. Not to forget about kabuki masks, demon masks, tengu masks, and cat masks. #JapaneseMasks #JapaneseArt #JapaneseMasksMeaning

According to the Japanese folklore, the Jorōgumo is a magic, 400 year old giant spider, that can change its appearance into that of a beautiful woman. She seduces young handsome men, wraps them up in her webs and eats them.

According to the Japanese folklore, the Jorōgumo is a magic, 400 year old giant spider, that can change its appearance into that of a beautiful woman. She seduces young handsome men, wraps them up in her webs and eats them.

○°•The Moonlight•°○ ♡Demon Slayer x Demon F! Reader♡ - A/N: Drawings of (Y/N) and kny memes

♧ (Y/N) is a nice gentle demon, but can be quite sensitive at times. (Y/N) became a demon by almost being killed from Muzan Kibitsuji when he was killing your family on a cold windy night. His blood managed to infect her wounds to make her turn into a demon. He didn't notice because he left. Though she actually didn't know, she was a special type of demon. (Y/N) ran away from her house then found a small abandoned cottage wooden house that was still in very good condition, so she now lives…

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Yōkai (Japanese folklore), Olga Levina on ArtStation at https://www.artstation.com/artwork/AWZrN

Yōkai are a class of supernatural monsters, spirits and demons in Japanese folklore. The word yōkai is made up of the kanji for "bewitching; attractive; calamity;" and "spectre; apparition; mystery; suspicious". Yōkai range diversely from the malevolent to the mischievous, or occasionally bring good fortune to those who encounter them. Often they possess animal features (such as the Kappa, which is similar to a turtle, or the Tengu which has wings), other times they can appear mostly human…

Japanese Folklore- Futakuchi-onna by Keeterz

This was done last week for a urban myth/legend illustration assignment. I’m really big on the imagery of Japanese folklore (hell, I just really l... Japanese Folklore- Futakuchi-onna

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“In this time of lockdown, are yôkai out? Do they celebrate in the forests? Or are they bored not to be able to play trick on us anymore? The #YokaiGathering is our new illustration and you can read about its making on our blog: https://t.co/Yjm0h1WKNA”

MA' "(EW HEYEQ WWUU YCKAI CGH The Hyakume is a Yokai found in Japanese folklore. The Hyakume is described as a large, fleshy creature with eyes all over it’s body in Japanese “Hyakume” means “one hundred eyes”. The Hyakume love to live in dark places such as alleyways and caves and are mostly nocturnal because th... #scaryspooky #memes #hallows #funfact #paranormal #ma #heyeq #wwuu #yckai #cgh #the #hyakume #yokai #found #japanese #folklore #described #large #eshy #creature #eyes #body #pic

MA' "(EW HEYEQ WWUU YCKAI CGH The Hyakume is a Yokai found in Japanese folklore. The Hyakume is described as a large, fleshy creature with eyes all over it’s body in Japanese “Hyakume” means “one hundred eyes”. The Hyakume love to live in dark places such as alleyways and caves and are mostly nocturnal because th... #scaryspooky #memes #hallows #funfact #paranormal #ma #heyeq #wwuu #yckai #cgh #the #hyakume #yokai #found #japanese #folklore #described #large #eshy #creature #eyes #body #pic

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Folklore on Behance

I've always been really inspired by Japanese culture and for a couple of weeks I was obsessed with old Asian ukiyo-e prints and Japanese folklore / fairy tales.I drew these little characters live on Twitch, which was quite challenging because they're a …