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The Futakuchi-onna (Two-Mouthed Woman) : in Japanese mythology, there was a…

Futakuchi-Onna

There's no doubt about it. The Japanese are the kings and queens of mythological weirdness, way beyond what the imaginations of most people ever came up.

Avian with a Large Stick by Nightblue-art on DeviantArt

Avian with a Large Stick by Nightblue-art on DeviantArt

Autumn Army - Bakezori by Xatchett on DeviantArt

“Straw sandals that have been mistreated by their owners can transform into a Yokai monster called Bakezōri in Japanese Folklore”

Tsukumogami 2 by creatorofall

Tsukumogami 2 by creatorofall

The Monster We Left Behind

The Monster We Left Behind

From time to time, the trains are decorated with a theme. Our favorite so far is the Yamanote Line x Rilakkuma collaboration from summer last year!  Sharing the Worldwide JapanLove ♥ www.japanlover.me ♥ www.instagram.com/JapanLoverMe  Art by Little Miss Paintbrush

If you’ve already been to Japan, specifically in and around Tokyo, then you must have experienced the famous Yamanote Line! It is a railway loop in Tokyo that is considered one of the busiest and most important, because it “connects Tokyo’s major.

Kappa: The Japanese River Monster

Kappa: The Japanese River Monster

A kappa statue on the Tanushimaru railway station platform in Fukuoka, Japan.

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鵺 ぬえ TRANSLATION: none; written with a character connoting night and bird HABITAT: onknown; only seen in the sky, accompanied by black clouds DIET: unknown

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