Asian mythical creatures
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For all of you who love traditional Japanese tattoos but don't know what to call all of the wonderful creatures that you see, here's a comprehensive guide. We hope you find it enjoyable and informative. Arguably the most recognizable creature in Japanese iconography is the Dragon. Dragons tend to differ from one another as they are said to take on the characteristics of many creatures — typically depending on the animals it will encounter on its journey. His head is usually that of a camel, with the neck and belly of a snake, the scales of a koi fish, the talons of a hawk, chicken, or eagle, and the horns of a stag.
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Ten Mythological Creatures in Ancient Folklore
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In ancient China, farmers and hunters explained natural and social phenomena through stories about deities and mythical creatures. These myths were transmitted by word of mouth, and eventually became the subject of religious worship, superstition and folklore. An integral part of Chinese culture, these tales have gone on to inspire artists for centuries. Unique in their appearance, character and symbolic significance, the mythical creatures of Chinese folklore were first recorded in books such as Shan Hai Jing and Er Ya. They were thought to possess magical powers and were associated with prosperity, disaster or, in some cases, the birth of sages.
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List of legendary creatures from Japan
Every country has eerie tales of monsters from hundreds, or even thousands, of years ago. There are many such stories from Asia; here are a few of those monsters you might want to tell the kids about the next time you have a campfire on a dark and spooky night. The Penanggalan is a Malaysian vampire-type monster, who separates at the neck and flies with her entrails dragging behind her. During the day she appears as a regular woman, but her head flies off at night so she can flit around terrifying people, and supposedly eating newborn babies. Rituals for protection against the monster or just luck are used for pregnant women or when a new baby is born.
Ok, first of all: awesome gif. Second, I've never actually heard of Kirin before so this was a great way to be immersed in the Asian version of a unicorn. I think the similarity between the Western and the Asian unicorn is a really interesting way to bridge the two ideas together.