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Tamamo-no-Mae, a legendary kitsune featured in noh and kyogen plays. Print by Yoshitoshi.

Tamamo, the Fox from the 36 Ghosts series. A magic fox transformed itself into a beautiful and highly intelligent young woman who tried to usurp power from the emperor.

Artist: Utagawa Kunisada ‘Ichimura Kakitsu IV as Tamamo no mae, 1865‘

Toyokuni III/Kunisada - Japanese Woodblock Print Ichimura Kakitsu IV as Tamamo no mae, 1865 Series; A Contest of Magic Scenes by Toyokuni

Kuniyoshi, A Comparison of the Ogura One Hundred Poets 37 - Tamamo no Mae-Kuniyoshi, A Comparison of the Ogura 100 Poets, Tamamo no Mae, Emp...

Kuniyoshi, A Comparison of the Ogura One Hundred Poets 37 - Tamamo no Mae-Kuniyoshi, A Comparison of the Ogura 100 Poets, Tamamo no Mae, Emp.

A fox admires her reflection on a moonlit night. Yoshitoshi Tsukioka, "One Hundred Aspects of the Moon: Musashi Plain Moon"

A fox admires her reflection on a moonlit night. Yoshitoshi Tsukioka, "One Hundred Aspects of the Moon: Musashi Plain Moon"

Mirror With the Design of a Nine-Tailed Fox  Harukawa Goshichi  (Japanese, 1776–1831)  Period: Edo period (1615–1868) Culture: Japan Medium: Polychrome woodblock print (surimono); ink and color on paper Dimensions: 8 9/16 x 7 7/16 in. (21.7 x 18.9 cm) Classification: Prints

Mirror With the Design of a Nine-Tailed Fox Harukawa Goshichi (Japanese, Period: Edo period Culture: Japan Medium: Polychrome woodblock print (surimono); ink and color on paper Dimensions: 8 x 7 in. x cm) Classification: Prints

Utagawa Hiroshige | Foxes Meeting at Oji | Japan | Edo period (1615–1868) | The Met

Utagawa Hiroshige | Foxes Meeting at Oji | Japan | Edo period (1615–1868) | The Met

tamamo-no-mae

tamamo-no-mae

A Japanese board game called “100 Monster Stories Sugoroku” with various demons and goblins drawn by Utagawa Yoshikazu from 1858.

A popular board game featuring supernatural creatures from Japanese folklore entitled Monster Stories Sugoroku,” illustrated by Utagawa Yoshikazu in

JAPAN's_Doro-ta-bō: Doro-ta-bō are the transformed ghosts of old men who toiled so hard on their rice fields, only to see them lie in waste by a neglectful owner after their death.

JAPAN's_Doro-ta-bō: Doro-ta-bō are the transformed ghosts of old men who toiled so hard on their rice fields, only to see them lie in waste by a neglectful owner after their death.

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