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傘お化け (Umbrella Ghost)  Kasa-obake are a type of tsukumogami (japanese object spirits), the spirits of parasols who have reached their 100th birthday. They have one eye, a protruding tongue from an agape mouth, and a single foot, usually wearing a geta.

傘お化け (Umbrella Ghost) Kasa-obake are a type of tsukumogami (japanese object spirits), the spirits of parasols who have reached their 100th birthday. They have one eye, a protruding tongue from an agape mouth, and a single foot, usually wearing a geta.

The Bakezōri is described as a wandering sandal with two arms and two legs, but only one eye. It's a member of the Tsukumogami, an entire class of yōkai and obake, comprised of ordinary household items that come to life on the one-hundredth anniversary of their birth.

The Bakezōri is described as a wandering sandal with two arms and two legs, but only one eye. It's a member of the Tsukumogami, an entire class of yōkai and obake, comprised of ordinary household items that come to life on the one-hundredth anniversary of their birth.

The Haunted Houses: UBUME (Folklore japones)

The Haunted Houses: UBUME (Folklore japones)

Kuniyoshi Japanese Woodblock Print Original Ukiyoe Rokusuke Samurai with Kappa | eBay

Kuniyoshi Japanese Woodblock Print Original Ukiyoe Rokusuke Samurai with Kappa | eBay

Hyakki yagyō, Yokai: The hyakki yagyō is the dreaded night parade of one hundred demons – the night when all of the yokai, oni, ghosts, tsukumogami, and other supernatural creatures leave their homes and parade through the streets of Japan in one massive spectacle of utter pandemonium. Those foolish enough to go outside on these nights, or to peek out of their windows in hopes to catch a glimpse of the supernatural are either killed by the monsters, or spirited away by the monsters.

Hyakki yagyō, Yokai: The hyakki yagyō is the dreaded night parade of one hundred demons – the night when all of the yokai, oni, ghosts, tsukumogami, and other supernatural creatures leave their homes and parade through the streets of Japan in one massive spectacle of utter pandemonium. Those foolish enough to go outside on these nights, or to peek out of their windows in hopes to catch a glimpse of the supernatural are either killed by the monsters, or spirited away by the monsters.