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Demons, Monsters and Ghosts of the Chinese Folklore

Jūnihitoe - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia  Ilustration of the en:Genji Monogatari, ch.5–Wakamurasaki Traditionally credited to en:Tosa Mitsuoki (en:1617–en:1691). Part of the Burke Albums, property of Mary Griggs Burke

Jūnihitoe - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Ilustration of the en:Genji Monogatari, Traditionally credited to en:Tosa Mitsuoki Part of the Burke Albums, property of Mary Griggs Burke

Yokai / Japanese Supernatural Monsters Art Print

Yokai / Japanese Supernatural Monsters Art Print

Yokai / Japanese Supernatural Monsters Art Print by Kimiaki Yaegashi

The heavy basket. An opened hamper releases a Pandora’s box of goblins and demons. From the series Thirty Six Ghosts, Tsukioka Yoshitoshi from the floating world

fromthefloatingworld: ““The heavy basket. An opened hamper releases a Pandora’s box of goblins and demons. ” From the series Thirty Six Ghosts, Tsukioka Yoshitoshi ”

YAMAGUCHI Akira - Four panel (incomplete) series of the four Shitennō. The Shitennō are Buddhist protectors of the four directions. They ward off evil, guard the nation, and protect the world from malicious spirits, hence the Japanese term Gose Shitennō 護世四天王, literally “four world-protecting deva kings.” Each represents a direction, season, color, virtue, and element.

YAMAGUCHI Akira - Four panel (incomplete) series of the four Shitennō.

百鬼夜行: Kawanabe Kyōsai, Painter of Insanity

Kawanabe Kyōsai, Painter of Insanity

『百鬼夜行絵巻』赤鬼が古道具の入った箱を打ち壊している。

『百鬼夜行絵巻』赤鬼が古道具の入った箱を打ち壊している。

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