Tsukuyomi or Tsukiyomi is the moon god in Shinto and Japanese mythology.
竜宮城 (Ryugu-jo) The Ryugu-jo, in Japanese mythology, is the undersea palace of Ryujin, the dragon god of the sea. It is built from red and white corals or in other legends, solid crystal. The inhabitants of the palace were Ryūjin’s servants, which were various denizens of the sea. On each of the four sides of the palace is a different season, and one day within the palace is equal to a century outside its boundaries
Hanayagi Jusuke as the Fox Spirit in "Kokaji" by Natori Shunsen, 1954 (published by Watanabe Shozaburo)
The Gold Carp (higoi) / Utagawa Toyokuni (Japanese Ukiyo-e Printmaker, ca.1769 - 1825). He was one of the heads of the renowned Utagawa school of Japanese woodblock artists, and was the person who really moved it to the position of great fame and power it occupied for the rest of the nineteenth century.
Yamata no Orochi
Yamato no Orochi - An enormous eight-headed, eight-tailed Japanese dragon, so…
Izanami-no-Mikoto is the goddess of creation and death in the Shinto religion. Izanami-no-Mikoto is not a psychopomp in the traditional sens...
Yama-biko (a creature that creates echoes) from Hyakkai-Zukan