viernes, 16 de octubre de 2009

Anatomy of Japanese folk monsters

Illustrated guide to monsters features a collection of cutaway diagrams showing the anatomy of traditional monsters from Japanese folklore.

The Makura-gaeshi (pillow-mover), pictured in the thumbnail, is a soul-stealing prankster known for moving pillows around while people sleep. The creature is invisible to adults and can only be seen by children

Source:
http://www.pinktentacle.com/2009/10/anatomy-of-japanese-folk-monsters/

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