King of the Tengu, lives near Kyoto
Personification of the great Nonogawa River often appears as a dragon or a human
Second in command and consort to Shuten Douji, king of the demon horde.
The myth that binds two people who are destined to fall in love.
A spirit or supernatural being in Japanese myths and folklore
Household items that have come to life
A bird-man or long-nosed hermit or goblin
Racoon dogs that have shapeshifting abilities
Tree spirits and the sources of echoes. (The Japanese words for both are puns.)
A condition from intimate relations with a kitsune, where there is not true love.
Large red demons or ogres with horns and they often carry clubs
Shapeshifting foxes that usually have multiple tails and tales.
Serpentine water gods and guardians
The dream eating spirit beast
Eight famous weapons that allow their owner to become the Shogun
A magical brush created from the heartwood of the Queen of the Kodama
Would you risk soaking in a scalding spring in the hope of extending your life?
The mythological setting where spirits and kami reside.
Inari is one of the most mysterious and popular kami. Best known as the god of rice cultivation and foxes.
A katana forged by the priest and legendary swordsmith Gorou Nyuudou Masamune. National treasure, lost after WWII.
What would you say if your local shrine was always pristine, yet nobody claimed to be the caretaker?
Is it possible to stop a raging dragon?
Mysterious dagger discovered at rummage sale turns out to be a Muramasa blade.
How far would you go to be the greatest sword maker of all time?
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