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Bakemono Yotsugi no hachinoki = The goblin inheritance and the bonsai trees.

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flat off sunglasses super sale. has entered the translucent plastic sunglasses game with these: our translucent imprinted sunglasse.

In the 18th and 19th centuries, sideshow carnivals known as misemono were a popular form of entertainment for the sophisticated residents of Edo (present-day Tokyo). The sideshows featured a myriad of educational and entertaining attractions designed to evoke a sense of wonder and to satisfy a deep curiosity for the mysteries of life. One popular attraction was the pregnant doll.

10 Strangest Japanese Toys - weird toys, strange toys

From a pregnant doll to a shaving baby, meet 10 of the most bizarre japanese toys we've seen.

Visiting the Reading Pagoda: Pennsylvania's Japanese Oddity via @UncoveringPA

Visiting the Reading Pagoda: Pennsylvania's Japanese Oddity

Visiting the Reading Pagoda: Pennsylvania's Japanese Oddity - UncoveringPA

Japanese oddities. Awesome things you will find in Japan.

Your first time in Japan. Here's what you need to know.

Visiting the Reading Pagoda: Pennsylvania’s Japanese Oddity

Visiting the Reading Pagoda: Pennsylvania's Japanese Oddity

Visiting the Reading Pagoda: Pennsylvania's Japanese Oddity - UncoveringPA

Couple with traditional Devil, or Oni-masks. Devil masks serve two purposes; the first, to portray the devil and create disasters or cause the plague, and conversely they are used to ward off evil spirits (As Fierce God Style). Used in Noh, Kabuki, and in celebration. Often handed down from generation to generation. There are variations on the devil mask, a well known one being the Hannya (般若) mask of Noh theater, representing a jealous female demon or serpent.

Couple with traditional Devil, or Oni-masks, they serve 2 purposes; to portray the devil and create disasters or cause the plague & to ward off evil spirits. Used in Noh, Kabuki, and in celebration.

indypendent-thinking: “ A remarkable vintage Japanese postcard image (via 世界の熊娘) ”

♛Title translates to "Daughter of the world bear". No idea what that means, but it's a remarkable vintage Japanese postcard image

1870 Victorian Tear bottle. Those mourning the loss of loved ones would collect their tears in bottles. When the tears had evaporated, the mourning period would end.

1870 Victorian Tear bottle - Those mourning their loss would collect their tears in bottles. When the tears evaporated, the mourning period would end.

Suushi Yama-biko - 山彦 - 维基百科,自由的百科全书

The Yamabiko (山彦), or "Mountain Echo," is a dog-like creature who mimics voices or sounds in the mountains. If an echo comes back sounding weird, or perhaps a bit later than it should, it's probably a yamabiko causing mischief.

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Funny pictures about Horrifying Japanese Urban Legends. Oh, and cool pics about Horrifying Japanese Urban Legends. Also, Horrifying Japanese Urban Legends photos.

フリフリ(@furifuri66)さん | Twitterがいいねしたツイート

フリフリ(@furifuri66)さん | Twitterがいいねしたツイート

Anatomical diagrams of Japanese monsters

Anatomical Diagrams Of Japanese Monsters

The Kuro-kamikiri ("black hair cutter") is a large, black-haired creature that sneaks up on women in the street at night and surreptitiously cuts off their hair. From Yōkai Daizukai by Shigeru Mizuki

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