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Described as the malicious spirit, or onryō, of a woman, she partially covers her face with a mask or other item and carries a pair of scissors, a knife, or some other sharp object.
the zashiki-warashi is a common yokai of the Heartful tribe who specializes in healing abilities.
obake comes from the word bakeru (to transform), and it refers to something that is different to a great degree from how it should look. Ghosts, monsters, fairies, goblins and ogres are all considered obake in Japanese culture.
Takaonna (高女, "tall woman") was a Japanese yōkai that was said to haunt people on the second floor.
Oni are known for their superhuman strength and have been associated with powers like thunder and lightning
Asgard, Midgard, Jotunheim, Niflheim, Muscenters, Helheim, Alfheim, Svartalfheim, and Vanaheim
“gentle, or sweet, glory”; he is also known as Mãnjughoṣa (“Sweet Voice”) and Vāgīśvara (“Lord of Speech”)
The name Avalokiteshvara means “Lord who looks down with compassion.” Avalokiteshvara is shown here sitting on a lion throne and arrayed in jewels like a prince
The “holder of a thunderbolt”
the thunderbolt scepter assumed an independent meaning associated with clarity of pure thought leading to enlightenment
a type of harmful witch who has the ability to turn into, possess, or disguise themselves as an animal.
a great snake, as large around as a tree trunk, with horns on its head
embodiment of gluttony, greed, and excess: never satisfied after killing and consuming one person, they are constantly searching for new victims.