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Kiyohime (Woman who transformed into a serpent-demon out of the rage of unrequited love) from the "Dōjō-ji Engi Emaki"

Kiyohime (Woman who transformed into a serpent-demon out of the rage of unrequited love) from the "Dōjō-ji Engi Emaki" [aka Gaspara Stampa syndrome]

Raijin (雷神?) by Kawanabe Kyosai. Raijin is a god of lightning, thunder and storms in the Shinto religion and in Japanese mythology

"Raijin" (雷神) Raijin Is A God Of Lightning, Thunder, & Storms In The Shinto Religion & In Japanese Mythology.

Katawa-guruma / 片輪車, a woman riding on a flaming wheel from the "Konjaku Gazu Zoku Hyakki", 1779 by Toriyama Sekien

Katawa-guruma / 片輪車, a woman riding on a flaming wheel from the "Konjaku Gazu Zoku Hyakki", 1779 by Toriyama Sekien

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Gyochu, a deadly critter responsible for leprosy, acts as a messenger to the underworld. On the night of Koshin-no-hi (an important date occurring every 60 days on the Chinese calendar), Gyochu leaves the body to visit Enma-daio (Lord of the Underworld) and tell him of your misdeeds. Enma-daio is known to punish people for bad behavior by reducing their remaining time on earth. Haimushi, a creature with an appetite for rice, causes problems with the lungs.

Gyochu, a deadly critter responsible for leprosy, acts as a messenger to the underworld. On the night of Koshin-no-hi (an important date occurring every 60 days on the Chinese calendar), Gyochu leaves the body to visit Enma-daio (Lord of the Underworld) and tell him of your misdeeds. Enma-daio is known to punish people for bad behavior by reducing their remaining time on earth. Haimushi, a creature with an appetite for rice, causes problems with the lungs.

Hishaku is found in the spleen, most often in females. Symptoms include an overpowering appetite for sweets, a yellowish complexion, and a tendency to hum. It can be stopped with acupuncture around the navel. Hinoshu, also found in the spleen, looks like a rock and remains dormant inside the body until the host visits a crowded sightseeing area, at which time Hinoshu causes dizziness by thrashing about and creating the sensation of rocks crashing against each other.

Hishaku is found in the spleen, most often in females. Symptoms include an overpowering appetite for sweets, a yellowish complexion, and a tendency to hum. It can be stopped with acupuncture around the navel. Hinoshu, also found in the spleen, looks like a rock and remains dormant inside the body until the host visits a crowded sightseeing area, at which time Hinoshu causes dizziness by thrashing about and creating the sensation of rocks crashing against each other.

Kameshaku eats rice and wears an umbrella-like hat that blocks medicine. It can be destroyed by eating wild beans.

Kameshaku eats rice and wears an umbrella-like hat that blocks medicine. It can be destroyed by eating wild beans.

Koshi-no-mushi flies into a host's body and makes its way to the lower back area, where it causes diarrhea, sweating and chest pains. The herbs mokko and kanzo (licorice root) are an effective treatment.

Koshi-no-mushi flies into a host's body and makes its way to the lower back area, where it causes diarrhea, sweating and chest pains. The herbs mokko and kanzo (licorice root) are an effective treatment.

《山海经》描述:有鸟焉,其状如夸父,四翼、一目、犬尾,名曰嚣,其音如鹊,食之已腹痛,可以止衕。 嚣在前面有过一个,是个猿猴类的生物。这次是个鸟,样子像夸父 。夸父在前面也已经出现过,也是个猿猴类的生物…………太不合理了。

《山海经》描述:有鸟焉,其状如夸父,四翼、一目、犬尾,名曰嚣,其音如鹊,食之已腹痛,可以止衕。 嚣在前面有过一个,是个猿猴类的生物。这次是个鸟,样子像夸父 。夸父在前面也已经出现过,也是个猿猴类的生物…………太不合理了。

Yama uba are the old hags and witches of the Japanese mountains and forests. Description from yokai.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

Yama uba are the old hags and witches of the Japanese mountains and forests. Description from yokai.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

ヒロポン is 'Philopon', Methamphetamine,Methylmphetamine

ヒロポン is 'Philopon', Methamphetamine,Methylmphetamine

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Oitekebori (置行堀) from "Honjo-nana-fushigi / 本所七不思議 / Seven Wonders of Honjo", ca. 1886 by Utagawa Kuniteru

松坂慶子の美 - 心と神経の哲学/あるいは/脳と精神の哲学

松坂慶子の美 - 心と神経の哲学/あるいは/脳と精神の哲学

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