Winston Holguin

Winston Holguin

Netherlands / 👫 | 29/12/2015 | W❤️S | 92 | Latino | MMA | 💯Netherlands based Illustrator and Photographer 💯
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Kawauso- Japanese folklore: river otters that shapeshift into humans to eat them or play tricks on them.

Kawauso- Japanese folklore: river otters that shapeshift into humans to eat them or play tricks on them.

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sakabashira- Japanese folklore: a wooden support beam that comes to life and shakes the building its supporting. It comes to life because it was put upside down; the grain pointing down instead of up. Its mostly a superstition to make sure that all the beams point the same way.

sakabashira- Japanese folklore: a wooden support beam that comes to life and shakes the building its supporting. It comes to life because it was put upside down; the grain pointing down instead of up. Its mostly a superstition to make sure that all the beams point the same way.

Komainu | Yokai.com

Komainu | Yokai.com

JAPAN's: Gasha-dokuro: Gasha-dokuro are skeletal giants which wander around the countryside in the darkest hours of the night.

JAPAN's: Gasha-dokuro: Gasha-dokuro are skeletal giants which wander around the countryside in the darkest hours of the night.

JAPAN's_Abura-sumashi: The abura-sumashi is a rare yokai native to Kumamoto. It looks like a squat humanoid with a large ugly head like a potato or a stone, wearing a straw-woven raincoat.

JAPAN's_Abura-sumashi: The abura-sumashi is a rare yokai native to Kumamoto. It looks like a squat humanoid with a large ugly head like a potato or a stone, wearing a straw-woven raincoat.

Umibozu is a sea spirit in Japanese Folklore. In Japanese Mythology, they are said to live in the depths of the ocean. On calm nights, when there is no sign of anything out of the ordinary, when all of a sudden, without warning, the waves and weather  whip into furious condition, and out comes the titanic creature. It moves to destroy the ship, either smashing it with a single blow or taking it down bit by bit.

Umibozu is a sea spirit in Japanese Folklore. In Japanese Mythology, they are said to live in the depths of the ocean. On calm nights, when there is no sign of anything out of the ordinary, when all of a sudden, without warning, the waves and weather whip into furious condition, and out comes the titanic creature. It moves to destroy the ship, either smashing it with a single blow or taking it down bit by bit.

Kappa by DaveAllsop on deviantART

Kappa by DaveAllsop on deviantART