Shigeru Mizuki

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Manga pioneer, Shigeru Mizuki is best known in Japan for his hit television show, Ge ge ge no Kitaro.

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RIP Shigeru Mizuki, and thanks for everything. It’s hard to think of anyone that has done so much for folklore, let alone in such an entertaining way that managed to capture the imagination of children and adults alike. Asian History, Art History, Japanese Mythology, Manga Artist, Japanese Art, Illustration Art, Illustrations, Pop Culture, Beast

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Tout sur la série NonNonBâ : Nous sommes au début des années 1930, dans une petite ville de la côte ouest du Japon. NonNonBâ, une vieille dame mystique et superstitieuse, est accueillie dans la famille du jeune Shigeru. Encyclopédie vivante des croyances et légendes populaires de la région, elle abreuve l'imaginaire déja débordant du garçon d'histoires de monstres et de fantômes. Les yôkaï, ces créatures surnaturelles qui peuplent l'univers des hommes, deviennent vite les compagnons de…

“today 55 years ago (July the first number of legendary avant-garde manga magazine Garo ガロ was published. Japanese Folklore, Japanese Art, Japanese Horror, Vintage Japanese, Anton, Prayer For Peace, Japanese Monster, Book Jacket, Manga Artist

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RIP Shigeru Mizuki, and thanks for everything. It’s hard to think of anyone that has done so much for folklore, let alone in such an entertaining way that managed to capture the imagination of. Manga Comics, Japanese Art, Illustration Art, Illustrations, Science Fiction, Manga Anime, Pop Culture, Horror, Prints

Horror Japan

A place for things horror, art and folklore in Japan! Manga! Movies! Anime! Pop Culture!

horrorjapan: “関 [Seki] - Shigeru Mizuki’s 53 Stations of the Yōkaido Road ” Japanese Mythology, Japanese Folklore, Japanese Monster, 2d Art, Character Illustration, Manga Comics, Figure Drawing, Supernatural, Anime

Horror Japan

A place for things horror, art and folklore in Japan! Manga! Movies! Anime! Pop Culture!

RIP Shigeru Mizuki, and thanks for everything. It’s hard to think of anyone that has done so much for folklore, let alone in such an entertaining way that managed to capture the imagination of. Pop Art Illustration, Illustrations, Japanese Folklore, Manga Artist, Nihon, Pop Culture, Creepy, Horror, Comic Books

Horror Japan

A place for things horror, art and folklore in Japan! Manga! Movies! Anime! Pop Culture!

Makuragaeshi anatomical illustration from Yōkai Daizukai, an illustrated guide to yōkai authored by manga artist Shigeru Mizuki, features a collection of cutaway diagrams showing the anatomy of 85 traditional monsters from Japanese folklore Gremlins, Japanese Monster, Japanese Mythology, Manga Artist, Japan Art, Tentacle, Illustrations, Mythical Creatures, Character Design

Shigeru Mizuki - Illustrated Guide To Yokai Monsters, 2004

"The Kuro-kamikiri ("black hair cutter") is a large, black-haired creature that sneaks up on women in the street at night and surreptitiousl...

Daddy Eyeball of Kitaro by Shigeru Mizuki Makoto Aida, Eyeball Drawing, Keiichi Tanaami, Tadanori Yokoo, Ink Doodles, Aesthetic Eyes, Turning Japanese, Artwork Pictures, Hand Art

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Bake-kujira Monster illustrations from “Yōkai Jiten” (Yōkai Encyclopedia), an informative guide to 100 of Japan’s traditional monsters, written and illustrated by manga artist Shigeru Mizuki in...

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“In 1966, Toei made a TV show of Shigeru Mizuki's "Akuma kun" and helped spark a yokai boom. Here's 百目 (Hundred Eye).”