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Otoroshi | Yokai.com

Otoroshi | Yokai.com

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JAPAN's_Funa-yūrei: When the ghosts of people who have died at sea transform into vengeful spirits, they become a particular type of ghost called a funa-yūrei.

JAPAN's_Funa-yūrei: When the ghosts of people who have died at sea transform into vengeful spirits, they become a particular type of ghost called a funa-yūrei.

JAPAN's_Hashi-hime: Hashi-hime are intensely jealous goddesses who inhabit bridges — in particular, very old and very long bridges.

JAPAN's_Hashi-hime: Hashi-hime are intensely jealous goddesses who inhabit bridges — in particular, very old and very long bridges.

Illustration Japan Yôkai, Jorogumo 絡新婦, by Gosh & Seiko (http://tchagata.com/games/nandeyanen/)

Illustration Japan Yôkai, Jorogumo 絡新婦, by Gosh & Seiko (http://tchagata.com/games/nandeyanen/)

Chōchinobake- Japanese folklore: a flying paper lantern headed creature with one eye and a long tongue that can spit out fire gusts.

Chōchinobake- Japanese folklore: a flying paper lantern headed creature with one eye and a long tongue that can spit out fire gusts.

Taka-onna- Japanese folklore: an ugly woman that can elongate any part of her body.

Taka-onna- Japanese folklore: an ugly woman that can elongate any part of her body.

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(via A-Yokai-A-Day)

(via A-Yokai-A-Day)