The Unwritten Rules of Fox Spirits - Kitsune, Kumiho, Huli Jing, Fox

Japanese stories about kitsune, the trickster fox spirits who seduce, swindle, drink, and marry their way through Japanese folklore and theater.

Der Wunsch / Kitsune Fox Mädchen Yokai von TeaFoxIllustrations - reminds me of "Princess Mononoke"!

A young kitsune girl seeks the help of a wish granting spirit, hoping to gain exit from the realm of hungry ghosts. - by Sarah Graybill

Kitsune - In Japanese folklore foxes are very special creatures, they have great knowledge, a long life and magical abilities that increase with their age and wisdom. A Kitsune may take on human form and may have up to nine tails

Kitsune by IrenHorrors Featured on Cyrail: Inspiring artworks that make your day better

Bad Thoughts / Kitsune Fox Yokai Japanese by TeaFoxIllustrations

Bad Thoughts / Kitsune Fox Girl, Yokai / Japanese Asian Style / Fine Art Print by TeaFoxIllustrations on Etsy

The Wish / Kitsune Fox Girl Yokai Deer / by TeaFoxIllustrations

The Wish / Kitsune Fox Girl, Yokai, Deer / Japanese Asian Style / Fine Art Matte Print

Asian Fox Drawing | Yeah sleeping fox, i used a drawing of culpeo fox as a model, i hope ...

Yeah sleeping fox, i used a drawing of culpeo fox as a model, i hope he's okay with that, thank you Sleeping Fox

Okina Illusions / Kitsune Fox Yokai by TeaFoxIllustrations on Etsy

Okina Illusions / Kitsune Girl, Yokai, Fox / Japanese Style Art / Fine Art Matte Print - TeaFoxIllustrations I am convinced that Miraculous Ladybug based Volpina off this

Bornean fox animal

Bornean fox animal

Bornean fox animal

Bornean fox animal

Notice how much this Asian "fox" statue, resembles the Jackal statues of Egypt. There was a Myth among the Asian Cultures, that Women could become Foxes and leave the Castles or Compounds at night unnoticed, to escape or just have independent adventures in defiance of their very secluded and rigorously secluded lives. I am curious about the statue likeness, the Jackal was a cruel male God in Egypt, and the Fox was a defiant woman spirit, in Asia.

Notice how much this Asian "fox" statue, resembles the Jackal statues of Egypt. There was a Myth among the Asian Cultures, that Women could become Foxes and leave the Castles or Compounds at night unnoticed, to escape or just have independent adventures in defiance of their very secluded and rigorously secluded lives. I am curious about the statue likeness, the Jackal was a cruel male God in Egypt, and the Fox was a defiant woman spirit, in Asia.

Hey, I found this really awesome Etsy listing at https://www.etsy.com/listing/192833529/smoke-5-kitsune-fox-yokai-magic-japanese

Smoke V is part of a series of ACEO smoke foxes. - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Overall Size: inches Edition: Open Border: No border;

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