“Nyaa” by ぴーすけ “Nekomata” is a lower level Japanese demon cat with a forked tail. Nekomatas walk on their hind legs and have necromancing ability.

Nekomata, two-tailed cat yōkai (supernatural creature) of folklore and classical kaidan.

傘お化け (Umbrella Ghost)  Kasa-obake are a type of tsukumogami (japanese object spirits), the spirits of parasols who have reached their 100th birthday. They have one eye, a protruding tongue from an agape mouth, and a single foot, usually wearing a geta.

傘お化け (Umbrella Ghost) Kasa-obake are a type of tsukumogami (japanese object spirits), the spirits of parasols who have reached their birthday. They have one eye, a protruding tongue from an agape mouth, and a single foot, usually wearing a geta.

The rivers and lakes of Japan are have long been the haunts of a wide variety of strange creatures of all shapes and sizes. Although many of these have been regulated to the realm of pure folklore and myth, there are others that have transcended beyond mere legend and become thought of as something more cryptozoological in nature. One of the most well known of these is a mysterious, bipedal water dwelling creature known as the Kappa, which has skyrocketed past its origins as local folklore…

Kappa by Yuko Shimizu. This Yokai lives in the ponds and lakes. The Kappa seem to be very mischievous and like to wrestle people underwater.

The Bakezōri is described as a wandering sandal with two arms and two legs, but only one eye. It's a member of the Tsukumogami, an entire class of yōkai and obake, comprised of ordinary household items that come to life on the one-hundredth anniversary of their birth.

Bakezori - is straw zori sandal which has been transformed into a tsukumogami, a yokai which was once a household item. Painted by niban-deidara-n-chan

Tesso- Japanese myth: "the iron rat" a man sized rat with iron teeth and claws. It could shred up anything. It used to be a monk named Raigo who became a yokai by sheer will.

You might recognized today’s yokai from his brief appearance in my Kickstarter video, where I referred to him tongue-in-cheek as “the original Master Splinter.

JAPAN's: Gasha-dokuro: Gasha-dokuro are skeletal giants which wander around the countryside in the darkest hours of the night.

Gashadokuro (Japanese) - Enormous Skeletons, and the favorite war-beasts of the Horseman of Famine.

Una futakuchi-onna (二口女, literalmente "mujer de dos bocas";) es un tipo de yokai. Se caracterizan por sus dos bocas: una normal situada en su cara y una segunda en la zona posterior de la cabeza, bajo el pelo. Allí, el cráneo se separa formando labios, dientes y una lengua, creando una segunda boca completamente funcional. En la mitología y folclore japoneses, la futakuchi-onna pertenece a la misma clase de historia del rokurokubi, kuchisake-onna y yama-uba, es decir, el de mujeres a...

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Rokurokubi is a type of Japanese yōkai that has two types: one whose head can detach from the body, and one whose neck can elongate. The type whose head can detach is called nukekubi. Sharing the Worldwide JapanLove ♥ www.japanlover.me ♥ www.instagram.com/JapanLoverMe http://japanlover.me/cool/ Art by Little Miss Paintbrush

Rokurokubi is a type of Japanese yōkai that has two types: one whose head can detach from the body, and one whose neck can elongate. The type whose head can detach is called nukekubi. Art by Little Miss Paintbrush

More info on the Kasha, a Japanese yokai that appears as a flaming cat and is a servant of hell.

Kasha- Japanese myth: a flaming cat yokai that steals corpses from cemeteries to eat them

Tengu (天狗?, "heavenly dog") are a class of supernatural creatures found in Japanese folklore, art, theater, and literature. They are one of the best known yōkai (monster-spirits) and are sometimes worshipped as Shinto kami (revered spirits or gods)

Tengu (天狗, "heavenly dog") are a class of supernatural creatures found in Japanese folklore, art, theater, and literature. They are one of the best known yōkai (monster-spirits) and are sometimes worshipped as Shinto kami (revered spirits or gods)

A futakuchi-onna (二口女) is a type of yokai from Japanese folklore that is in the form of a woman with two mouths: one normal mouth, and one big mouth on the back of her head.   ((((;゜Д゜)))  Full Story: www.facebook.com/JapanLoverMe  Art by Little Miss Paintbrush ♥ Sharing the Worldwide JapanLove ♥ www.japanlover.me ♥ www.instagram.com/JapanLoverMe

A futakuchi-onna (二口女) is a type of yokai from Japanese folklore that is in the form of a woman with two mouths: one normal mouth, and one big mouth on the back of her head. ((((;゜Д゜))) These women appear be very innocent and eat only a little bit of.

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