Utagawa Kuniyoshi - The actor:Onoe Kikugorô III as the Cat-Witch

Utagawa Kuniyoshi - The actor:Onoe Kikugorô III as the Cat-Witch

Oni (Japanese :鬼) are creatures from Japanese folklore, means demon or evil spirit, or Gul. Many of the works are found in art, theater, literature and the Japanese for this legendary character.

Oni (Japanese :鬼) are creatures from Japanese folklore, means demon or evil spirit, or Gul. Many of the works are found in art, theater, literature and the Japanese for this legendary character.

妖怪姥火(うばがび) Ubagabi Yokai

妖怪姥火(うばがび) Ubagabi Yokai

Japanese monster (yokai, bakemono) Otoroshi (a hairy creature that perches on the gates to shrines and temples) from the Hyakkai-Zukan

Japanese monster (yokai, bakemono) Otoroshi (a hairy creature that perches on the gates to shrines and temples) from the Hyakkai-Zukan

Kitagawa Utamaro,見立七福神宝船-1

Kitagawa Utamaro,見立七福神宝船-1

Inugami | Tattoo Ideas & Inspiration - Japanese Art | Sawaki Suushi - "Hyakkai-Zukan", 1737 | In Japanese mythology, the Inugami ("dog god") is a dog-spirit created, worshipped, and employed by a family via sorcery. Inugami are known to carry out acts of revenge on behalf of their owners, including possessing humans. They are driven by an unstoppable rage, and can quickly escape their masters' control and turn on them | #Japanese #Art #Mythology #Monster #Demon

Inugami | Tattoo Ideas & Inspiration - Japanese Art | Sawaki Suushi - "Hyakkai-Zukan", 1737 | In Japanese mythology, the Inugami ("dog god") is a dog-spirit created, worshipped, and employed by a family via sorcery. Inugami are known to carry out acts of revenge on behalf of their owners, including possessing humans. They are driven by an unstoppable rage, and can quickly escape their masters' control and turn on them | #Japanese #Art #Mythology #Monster #Demon

Utagawa Kuniyoshi, 歌川国芳

昨日描いたかのように斬新な浮世絵 - 歌川国芳

Utagawa Kuniyoshi, 歌川国芳

清姫;キヨヒメ,蛇体;ジャタイ,火焔;カエン

清姫;キヨヒメ,蛇体;ジャタイ,火焔;カエン

Goldfish fantasy illustration by Utagawa kuniyoshi (歌川国芳)

Goldfish fantasy illustration by Utagawa kuniyoshi (歌川国芳)

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