kappatogahaku:

何だかこういうのを描いてくれと言われた河童。
…ちょっと怖い。

kappatogahaku:

何だかこういうのを描いてくれと言われた河童。

…ちょっと怖い。

kappatogahaku:

台風前のテンションでをどる河童

kappatogahaku:

台風前のテンションでをどる河童

enddispain:

神霊廟EXネタバレ
Pixiv ID: 21138737Member: MAD@hazukiken

enddispain:

神霊廟EXネタバレ
Pixiv ID: 21138737
Member: MAD@hazukiken
didiusz:

TENGU

didiusz:

TENGU

takim:

Morning tsuchinoko! Morning 21st Century peops!
 
If you like reading Doraemon, you probably recognize this creature, Tsuchinoko. Tsuchinoko has become a legendary myth-creature in Japan for a long time. Wonder if tsuchinoko is really exist, I mean they not as cute as the picture, but kinda creepy.
But, because Doraemon is a comics for kids, Fujiko F. Fujio describes tsuchinoko as a cute little petsy and became a booming pet at 22nd Century. What an absurd imagination. :D

a real tsuchinoko will not very cute if it’s really exist

takim:

Morning tsuchinoko! Morning 21st Century peops!

 cute tsuchinoko

If you like reading Doraemon, you probably recognize this creature, Tsuchinoko. Tsuchinoko has become a legendary myth-creature in Japan for a long time. Wonder if tsuchinoko is really exist, I mean they not as cute as the picture, but kinda creepy.

But, because Doraemon is a comics for kids, Fujiko F. Fujio describes tsuchinoko as a cute little petsy and became a booming pet at 22nd Century. What an absurd imagination. :D

Real Tsuchinoko?

a real tsuchinoko will not very cute if it’s really exist

teafoxillustrations:

Finished ACEO of Smoke V. Reserved for Anthrocon.[ Smoke I | Smoke II | Smoke III | Smoke IV ]

teafoxillustrations:

Finished ACEO of Smoke V. Reserved for Anthrocon.

[ Smoke I | Smoke II | Smoke III | Smoke IV ]

Oni, Kijo

demiurge1138:

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Image by Matthew Meyer. For more, visit yokai.com

Over the past year, I’ve been writing Pathfinder statistics for traditional Japanese folklore monsters and posting them on the Paizo boards. In the interests of generating some original content (and attaching cool images like the one above), let’s do some cross-posting!

Oni, Kijo
This filthy creature is shaped like a woman, but her countenance is that of a devil. Long horns jut from her brow and her hands are twisted into talons. A mane of matted hair falls over her shoulders.

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kerokamina:

kappas

ontheborderland:

Buruburu — Forest-dwelling ghost of Japanese folklore that causes victims to shiver violently from the Kaibutsu Ehon (“Illustrated Book of Monsters”), 1881.  Illustrated by painter Nabeta Gyokuei.
Pink Tentacle

ontheborderland:

Buruburu — Forest-dwelling ghost of Japanese folklore that causes victims to shiver violently from the Kaibutsu Ehon (“Illustrated Book of Monsters”), 1881.  Illustrated by painter Nabeta Gyokuei.

Pink Tentacle