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Japanese Monster Tenugui - This tenugui is printed with Japanese monster such as "one-eye boy", "long-neck lady", "lantern", and "umbrella". These comical Japanese monsters give a chill in the hot summer - or perhaps will find their way as Halloween decorations? This tenugui uses chusen merhod hand-dye.

Japanese Monsters Tenugui - Tenugui is printed with Japanese monster such as "one-eye boy", "long-neck lady", "lantern", and "umbrella".

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Fujitsubo to genji,  from the Tale of Genji by Shusui Taki

Fujitsubo to genji, from the Tale of Genji by Shusui Taki

Ohara Koson (1877 – 1956)    A dancing fox with a large leaf on his head,  1915  //

Think my boo would happily hang this in the house. Kitsune: mythological Japanese trickster fox, a Shinto kami spirit

Elowen (30% discount, from 12,59€)   https://fontsdiscounts.com/elowen-30-discount-from-1099e

Elowen (30% discount, from 10,99

Elowen (30% discount, from 12,59€) https://fontsdiscounts.com/elowen-30-discount-from-1099e

Repeat monochrome hexagonal vector wave line pattern design

Repeat monochrome hexagonal vector wave line pattern design - buy this stock vector on Shutterstock & find other images.

歌川国貞: 「成田山不動明王」「平のや徳兵衛 後ニ本朝丸綱五郎」 - 東京都立図書館

歌川国貞: 「成田山不動明王」「平のや徳兵衛 後ニ本朝丸綱五郎」 - 東京都立図書館

"GeGeGe no Kitaro - Daruma" (vol. 5, ch. 21) by Shigeru Mizuki

"GeGeGe no Kitaro - Daruma" (vol. by Shigeru Mizuki

We Can Do Whatever We Want (Right Now) - mollymcintyre.com

A series of paper cut-outs reflecting on a trip to Japan, gender, subject vs. We Can Do Whatever We Want (Right Now) x Balloons.

Klamp 105 (50% discount, from 19,50€)   https://fontsdiscounts.com/klamp-105-50-discount-from-1950e

Klamp 105 (50% discount, from 19,50

Klamp 105 (50% discount, from 19,50€) https://fontsdiscounts.com/klamp-105-50-discount-from-1950e

Чуни домашние 25х10х19 (ЧХ 01-01)

Чуни домашние 25х10х19 (ЧХ 01-01)

Mitsukuni defying the skeleton spectre invoked by princess Takiyasha by Utagawa Kuniyoshi

Yōkai : Demons, Folklore Creatures and GeGeGe no Kitarō, at Mitsui Memorial Museum, Nihonbashi, Tokyo - Seasonable Traditions & Japanese Culture

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