Sara-hebi (さら蛇) is a large, snake-like creature with the head of a woman. Yokai Ghost stories from Japanese folklore.

Sara-hebi (さら蛇) is a large, snake-like creature with the head of a woman. Yokai Ghost stories from Japanese folklore.

Suiko- Japanese myth: a violent and strong water goblin that rank above kappas. They had the body of a child, but with hard green scales and tiger claws on their kneecaps. They would pull humans under water to drink their blood and eat their soul.

Suiko- Japanese myth: a violent and strong water goblin that rank above kappas. They had the body of a child, but with hard green scales and tiger claws on their kneecaps. They would pull humans under water to drink their blood and eat their soul.

This is a Kappa, a frog-like creature in the rivers of woodland Japan, who gets his energy from stream water. He keeps it in a shallow bowl-like dent on the top of his head. He is very mischievous.

This is a Kappa, a frog-like creature in the rivers of woodland Japan, who gets his energy from stream water. He keeps it in a shallow bowl-like dent on the top of his head. He is very mischievous.

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