Japanese Monsters and Myths

Version: 1.0   (version history)
Size: 4700KB
Date: August 08, 2003
License: Free To Try $10
OS: Win 95/98/ME/2000/XP
Author: Pixel Paradox

Publisher's Description

Have you ever heard of a Rokurokubi? In Japanese folklore, it is a timid demon that can extend it's head on a very long neck. 

In this screen saver you can see a Rokurokubi and a host of demons, monsters, goblins, witches, and other creatures collectively called Bakemono or Obake.

Mythological scenes are also included. These rare antique prints of Japanese Monsters and Myths from the 1800's have been digitally repaired and enhanced for your enjoyment. 49 images are presented.

Japanese Monsters and Myths keywords: japanese prints, monsters, myths, folklore, folk tales, bakemono, obake, yokai, yurei, kappa, tengu, nukekubi, monogatari, noh theater, manga, anime

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