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Tengu (天狗?, "heavenly dog") are a class of supernatural creatures found in Japanese folklore, art, theater, and literature. They are one of the best known yōkai (monster-spirits) and are sometimes worshipped as Shinto kami (revered spirits or gods)

Tengu (天狗, "heavenly dog") are a class of supernatural creatures found in Japanese folklore, art, theater, and literature. They are one of the best known yōkai (monster-spirits) and are sometimes worshipped as Shinto kami (revered spirits or gods)

The rivers and lakes of Japan are have long been the haunts of a wide variety of strange creatures of all shapes and sizes. Although many of these have been regulated to the realm of pure folklore and myth, there are others that have transcended beyond mere legend and become thought of as something more cryptozoological in nature. One of the most well known of these is a mysterious, bipedal water dwelling creature known as the Kappa, which has skyrocketed past its origins as local folklore…

Kappa by Yuko Shimizu. This Yokai lives in the ponds and lakes. The Kappa seem to be very mischievous and like to wrestle people underwater.

【分かりやすく動画で解説】 https://youtu.be/ZtlXjBKfTMs 【自然界に与え続ける尊い神】 アマテラスは、八百万の神の中でも最も尊い神である。 太陽を司る太陽神、天皇の祖神、そして伊勢神宮の祭神である。 八百万の神は、山・海・風・雷といった自然の様々なところに宿っている。 風の神は、空気を淀ませないように風を吹かせる一方で、台風を起こす強い一面もある。 また、海の神は、私たちにたくさんの食料を与える一方で、津波による大災害ももたらす。

【分かりやすく動画で解説】 https://youtu.be/ZtlXjBKfTMs 【自然界に与え続ける尊い神】 アマテラスは、八百万の神の中でも最も尊い神である。 太陽を司る太陽神、天皇の祖神、そして伊勢神宮の祭神である。 八百万の神は、山・海・風・雷といった自然の様々なところに宿っている。 風の神は、空気を淀ませないように風を吹かせる一方で、台風を起こす強い一面もある。 また、海の神は、私たちにたくさんの食料を与える一方で、津波による大災害ももたらす。

水神 (Water God)  Suijin is the Shinto god of water. The term refers to the heavenly and earthly manifestations of the benevolent Shinto divinity of water. It can also refer to a wide variety mythological and magical creatures found in lakes, ponds, springs, and wells, including serpents, eels, fishes, etc. He is widely revered in Japan.

水神 (Water God) Suijin is the Shinto god of water. The term refers to the heavenly and earthly manifestations of the benevolent Shinto divinity of water. It can also refer to a wide variety.