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La asimilación posmoderna de la cultura y mitología japonesa es ilustrada por Ozabu | The Creators Project

La asimilación posmoderna de la cultura y mitología japonesa es ilustrada por Ozabu

Excited to be hosting the debut solo exhibition from Ozabu out of Japan…

Kuniyoshi, The Ghost of Oiwa. wringing blood from a cloth in front of her husband who murdered her

OVER YOUR DEAD BODY: Woodblock Prints of Oiwa

century woodblock prints by Utagawa Kunuyoshi illustrating the story of Yotsuya Kaidan, supposedly the most famous and influential Japanese ghost story of all time.

Artist Kawanabe Kyosai (1831-1889)    http://www.artcyclopedia.com/artists/kyosai_kawanabe.html

Female Ghost carrying off a Male Severed Head by Kawanabe Kyosai

Demon preparing to write in an account book  from the series "Selection of ancient and modern comic poems", ca. 1800s by Totoya Hokkei

Totoya Hokkei: Demon Preparing to Write in an Account Book, from the series Selection of Ancient and Modern Comic Poems (Kokin kyôkasen)

ボクのおとうさんは、 桃太郎というやつに殺されました。

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Japanese ghost story illustration.

Omoi tsuzura (Pandora's box: omoi tsuzura and yokubari obasan) by Taiso, Yoshitoshi, Print shows an elderly woman troubled by demons emerging from a huge basket to torment her after she injured a sparrow. Source: Library of Congress.

Wonderful Rising Sun Board Game Artwork Pops Up On Social Media

Wonderful Rising Sun Board Game Artwork Pops Up On

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Headfoot_concept by Marat Ars on ArtStation.

Gotokoneko / The Trivet Cat by Mizuki Shigeru. It's a type of nekomata but this yokai is an unusual fire-lover. Gotokoneko is often found stoking up the fire in a cold hearth, using a hifuki-dake, a bamboo blowing tube, to coax flames from the coals.

Gotoneko -- The Trivet Cat. Split-tail cat that secretly stokes fires at night.

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