Hakuzosu the Fox-Spirit Ôtagaki Rengetsu (Japanese, Period: Edo period Date: century Culture: Japan Medium: Hanging scroll; ink, color, and silver on paper Dimensions: 38 x 11 in. x cm) Classification: Painting
Another monster monk is Mikoshi-nyudo (a. Miage-nyudo), a large, cross-eyed mendicant encountered on mountain passes or on lonely roads at night. Mikoshi-nyudo grows taller when you look up at him -- and the higher you look, the taller he grows.
Ushi-oni In Japanese Mythology, Ushi-oni was a name given to an assortment of ox-headed monsters. A common version is a massive, brutal sea-monster that attacks fishermen in Western Japan. It is often portrayed with a spider- or crab-like body
Onryou- **the violent and turbulent type of yurei who died in the midst of emotional turmoil or wasn't buried with proper rituals and prayer, doomed to forever wander between this and the afterlife in agony and vengence**