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OIwa’s head

OIwa’s head

Black hakama.

Black hakama.

Onryo - Japanese Ghost - They are the ghosts of people who died with such strong passions, such as jealousy, rage or hatred, that their soul is unable to pass on, and instead, transforms into a powerful, wrathful spirit bent on vengeance on anyone or anything it encounters.

Onryo - Japanese Ghost - They are the ghosts of people who died with such strong passions, such as jealousy, rage or hatred, that their soul is unable to pass on, and instead, transforms into a powerful, wrathful spirit bent on vengeance on anyone or anything it encounters.

Kwaidan - Jiki Ninki (Man-Eating Goblin) - SaruDama

Kwaidan - Jiki Ninki (Man-Eating Goblin) - SaruDama

Shichi Fukujin

Shichi Fukujin

Dancing Cats - Ryûkô neko jarashi |  ukiyō-e woodblock print | Utagawa Kuniyoshi

Dancing Cats - Ryûkô neko jarashi | ukiyō-e woodblock print | Utagawa Kuniyoshi

1865 - Yoshitoshi, Tsukioka  - Insatiable old woman from "One hundred ghost stories of Japan and China"

When it came to horror, ukiyo-e artists kept their wits about them

1865 - Yoshitoshi, Tsukioka - Insatiable old woman from "One hundred ghost stories of Japan and China"

月岡芳年 Yoshitoshi Tsukioka『犬塚信乃 犬飼見八』(1872)

月岡芳年 Yoshitoshi Tsukioka『犬塚信乃 犬飼見八』(1872)

首かじり / Kubikajiri / Ghost that bites woman's severed head from "Nihon yokai zukan" by Ippitsusai Buncho || The creature is said to be headless itself and smell distinctly of fresh blood.

首かじり / Kubikajiri / Ghost that bites woman's severed head from "Nihon yokai zukan" by Ippitsusai Buncho || The creature is said to be headless itself and smell distinctly of fresh blood.

Nuribotoke (an animated corpse with blackened flesh and dangling eyeballs) from the Hyakkai-Zukan, Sawaki Suushi, 1737

Nuribotoke (an animated corpse with blackened flesh and dangling eyeballs) from the Hyakkai-Zukan, Sawaki Suushi, 1737

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