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a Japanese painting by KAWAI Gyokudo (1873-1957)

a Japanese painting by KAWAI Gyokudo (1873-1957)

Utagawa Hiroshige - red tree scape with blossoms

Utagawa Hiroshige - red tree scape with blossoms

Kitsune are shapeshifting spirit foxes from around the world. They are known for their ability to cast illusions and seduction.

Kitsune are shapeshifting spirit foxes from around the world. They are known for their ability to cast illusions and seduction.

Kichijoten, Japanese Goddess of happiness and prosperity. In Japan, Kichijōten is a Japanese divinity. Adapted from the Hindu goddess Lakshmi, the wife of Vishnu, she is sometimes named as one of the Seven Gods of Fortune especially associated with New Year. She is considered to be the goddess of happiness, fertility and beauty. She is also associated with harvest and fortune

Kichijoten, Japanese Goddess of happiness and prosperity. In Japan, Kichijōten is a Japanese divinity. Adapted from the Hindu goddess Lakshmi, the wife of Vishnu, she is sometimes named as one of the Seven Gods of Fortune especially associated with New Year. She is considered to be the goddess of happiness, fertility and beauty. She is also associated with harvest and fortune

Kodama Trio by Gimpbeast. A kodama  is a spirit from Japanese folklore, which is believed to live in certain trees (similar to the Dryad of Greek mythology). According to the 13th century Ryōbu Shinto manual Reikiki, kodama can be found in groups in the inner reaches of mountains. They occasionally speak, and can especially be heard when a person dies.

Kodama Trio by Gimpbeast. A kodama is a spirit from Japanese folklore, which is believed to live in certain trees (similar to the Dryad of Greek mythology). According to the 13th century Ryōbu Shinto manual Reikiki, kodama can be found in groups in the inner reaches of mountains. They occasionally speak, and can especially be heard when a person dies.

Imagine the wolf spirits captured in a stone statue. The only way to release them is to speak to them in a trance and ask them to aid you in your journey. (Sasukeinari, Kamakura, Japan)

Imagine the wolf spirits captured in a stone statue. The only way to release them is to speak to them in a trance and ask them to aid you in your journey. (Sasukeinari, Kamakura, Japan)

【海外の反応】まるでモネの絵画のような日本の写真…日本の雨はこんなにも美しい | ワンダーラスト通信

【海外の反応】まるでモネの絵画のような日本の写真…日本の雨はこんなにも美しい | ワンダーラスト通信

In name and shape, the Torii table is inspired by the entrance to Shinto shrines in Japan #kristalia #table #woodentable

In name and shape, the Torii table is inspired by the entrance to Shinto shrines in Japan #kristalia #table #woodentable