Yamata no Orochi by artstain

Yamata-no-orochi- Japanese myth: a dragon with 8 heads and 8 tails. It was defeated by the storm god Susanoo.

Yamata-no-Orochi - Shin Megami Tensei

The eight headed and eight tailed serpent from Japanese lore. The serpent was slain by Susano-o in order to save Kushinada-Hime and gain her as his bride.

Kawanabe Kyōsai (河鍋 暁斎, May 18, 1831–April 26, 1889). Susano-o no Mikoto subduing Yamata no Orochi, eight-headed serpent in form of dragon, coming up out of raging sea on storm-swept rocky coast.  Meiji period, 1887. TYPE: Hanging scroll, color on silk. DIMENSIONS: 100.4 x 29.7 cm.

Kawanabe Kyōsai (河鍋 暁斎, May Susano-o no Mikoto subduing Yamata no Orochi, eight-headed serpent in form of dragon, coming up out of raging sea on storm-swept rocky coast.

Susanoo no Mikoto Battling the Eight-headed Serpent Yamata no Orochi, 1870 by Chikanobu (1838 - 1912)

Susanoo no Mikoto Battling the Eight-headed Serpent Yamata no Orochi, 1870 by Chikanobu -

Yamato no Orochi - An enormous eight-headed, eight-tailed Japanese dragon, so huge that it's body stretched over eight hills and eight valleys. Description from pinterest.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

Yamata no Orochi

Yamata no Orochi (八岐の大蛇?, literally giant snake") or Orochi, translated as the Eight-Forked Serpent in English, is a legendary and Japanese dragon that was slain by the Shinto storm-god Susanoo.

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Yamata no Orochi (Japanese: 八岐の大蛇): Japanese Shinto dragon with eight-heads eight-tails, slain by the storm-deity Susanoo. Mentioned in the Japanese texts Kojiki Nihongi.

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An illustration of Yamata no Orochi I did for a university project. Fineliners, pro-markers and Photoshop. Yamata no Orochi

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Susanoo  "Susano’o slaying the Yamata no Orochi, by Utagawa Kuniyoshi"

(Susano’o slaying the Yamata no Orochi, by Utagawa Kuniyoshi) Dragon_Susanoo_no_mikoto_and_the_water_dragon.

The Legend of Yamata-no-Orochi | Home of Japanese Mythology "SHIMANE"

The Legend of Yamata-no-Orochi | Home of Japanese Mythology "SHIMANE"

Tenken  The world has been annihilated and an evil bestial deity must be appeased. Saki, a young girl trying to escape destiny, finds refuge in an unusual and rough line of work. But she has been chosen for an unthinkable role: a princess must be sacrificed to the monster, Yamata-no-Orochi, at the fifty-year Tenken Festival. Can Manaka, the man in love with Saki, follow her into this abyss to save her from fate…only to discover the dark secret of the ceremony? Winner

Tenken The world has been annihilated and an evil bestial deity must be appeased. Saki, a young girl trying to escape destiny, finds refuge in an unusual and rough line of work. But she has been chosen for an unthinkable role: a princess must be sacrificed to the monster, Yamata-no-Orochi, at the fifty-year Tenken Festival. Can Manaka, the man in love with Saki, follow her into this abyss to save her from fate…only to discover the dark secret of the ceremony? Winner

Yamata no Orochi vs Susanoo by uchihajake on DeviantArt

This is a ilustration of the battle of the god of seas and storms Susanoo, vs the strongest bijuu Yamata no Orochi, a snake like dragon with 8 heads. Yamata no Orochi vs Susanoo

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