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Japanese legends

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According to the Japanese folklore, the Jorōgumo is a magic, 400 year old giant spider, that can change its appearance into that of a beautiful woman. She seduces young handsome men, wraps them up in her webs and eats them.

According to the Japanese folklore, the Jorōgumo is a magic, 400 year old giant spider, that can change its appearance into that of a beautiful woman. She seduces young handsome men, wraps them up in her webs and eats them.

Les oni sont des démons japonais, ils terrifient les humains, ils ont des dents acérées, des cornes et sont connus pour être terrifiants et dangereux. C’est un motif très populaire pour les tatouages japonais👺 #oni #démon #tatouage #hannya #irezumi

Les oni sont des démons japonais, ils terrifient les humains, ils ont des dents acérées, des cornes et sont connus pour être terrifiants et dangereux. C’est un motif très populaire pour les tatouages japonais👺 #oni #démon #tatouage #hannya #irezumi

Futakuchi-onna by https://wolf-fram.deviantart.com on @DeviantArt

Description A futakuchi-onna (二口女, lit. "two-mouthed woman") is a type of yōkai or Japanese monster. They are characterized by their two mouths – a normal one located on her face and second one on the back of the head beneath the hair. There, the woman's skull splits apart, forming lips, teeth and a tongue, creating an entirely functional second mouth. ~Commission Info~ buy me a coffee tumblr/

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Japanese Folklore- Futakuchi-onna by Keeterz

This was done last week for a urban myth/legend illustration assignment. I’m really big on the imagery of Japanese folklore (hell, I just really l... Japanese Folklore- Futakuchi-onna

Ohaguro Bettari: Japanese Mythology (PRINT) by Wolf-Fram on DeviantArt

From behind, an ohaguro bettari looks like a beautiful woman wearing a kimono – often a newlywed in her bridal gown. She appears usually... Ohaguro Bettari: Japanese Mythology (PRINT)