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Japanese dragon, Chinese school, 19th Century - The Chinese dragon is a creature that also appears in other East Asian cultures, and is sometimes called the Oriental (or Eastern) dragon. Depicted as a long, snake-like creature with four claws, in contrast to the Western dragon which stands on four legs and is usually portrayed as evil, it has long been a symbol of power in Chinese folklore and art.

Japanese dragon, similar to Chinese dragons, with three claws instead of four. They are usually benevolent, associated with water, and may grant wishes

Un tatuaje estilo Horiyoshi III. Tengo pensado hacérmelo en toda la espalda

Un tatuaje estilo Horiyoshi III. Tengo pensado hacérmelo en toda la espalda

Dragons have long been recognized an an Traditional Japanese dragons in art, tattoos, and other creative works.

Badge (Lizi) of the Imperial Prince with Dragon | LACMA Collections; China, late Ming dynasty (1368-1644), mid-17th century Jewelry and Adornments; badges Silk satin with silk and metallic thread embroidery Diameter: 11 3/4 in. (29.85 cm)

China Badge (Lizi) of the Imperial Prince with Dragon, late Ming dynasty century Textile; Rank Badge, Silk satin with silk and metallic thread embroidery, Diameter: 11 in.

Free Knitting Pattern for Kringle Cuffs - Holiday boot toppers inspired by Santa Claus and trimmed with faux fur yarn or chenille yarn. Designed by Brooke Ada. Pictured project by Jensch42

Free Knitting Pattern for Kringle Cuffs - Holiday boot toppers inspired by Santa Claus and trimmed with faux fur yarn or chenille yarn. Designed by Brooke Ada. Pictured project by Jensch42

In Chinese mythology, Shenlong were azure-blue dragons that resided in the sky and were responsible for the changes in wind, rain and storms. The exact color of the dragons fluctuated land closely resemble the changing color of the sky. #Chinese #Mythology #Dragons

Blue Dragon by Hajime Namiki, Four-toed dragons, such as the smiley one featured in this print, are traditionally associated with those from Korea. Chinese dragons are said to have five toes and Japanese dragons three.

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八岐大蛇(Monster snake of eight head)Yamata No Orochi Japanese Fairy Tale No. 9 1886 First Edition & Later Printing

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