Abura sumashi / 油すまし (lit. "Oil wringer") by Amakoma Touka. A creature said to have appeared at one time on the island of Amakusa in Kumamoto Prefecture, on a mountain pass called Kusazumigoe. In our days Abura sumashi attained considerable popularity by appearing in the work of Mizuki Shigeru, who drew it clad in a straw raincoat and sporting a stony, potato-shaped head.
Rock Art of the Helan Mountains --- Over 6,000 engravings have been documented at Helankou. The engravings have clearly been produced over a considerable period of time, somewhere between 3,000 and 10,000 years ago. The engravings depict human figures, animals and symbols. the most conspicuous of which is the Sun God engraving.