A-Yokai-A-Day 2013 Line-Up

A-Yokai-A-Day is over, and sadly you will have to wait 11 more months until fresh new yokai illustrations appear on this blog again. In the meantime, though, you can enjoy the A-Yokai-A-Day archives from past years (2012, 2011, 20102009) as well as this year’s selection of yokai. Here is the grand list of all of the yokai posts from this year’s edition of A-Yokai-A-Day:

Amikiri (網切)Amikiri ToufukozouTōfu-kozō SōgenbiSōgen-bi HashihimeHashihime
YamajijiiYamajijii TessoTesso TsurubebiTsurube-bi Te-no-meTe-no-me
TeratsutsukiTera-tsutsuki ShougorouShōgorō HahakigamiHahakigami ShrimeShirime
FuraribiFuraribi UbagabiUbagabi KashaKasha KatsuraotokoKatsura-otoko
SatoriSatori NoderabouNoderabō YanariYanari MakuragaeshiMakura-gaeshi
SakabashiraSakabashira umizatouUmi-zatō kowaiKowai OuniOuni
EritategoromoEritategoromo NyoijizaiNyoijizai HiderigamiHiderigami SanseiSansei
SuikoSuiko IkiryouIkiryō ShiryouShiryō

2 thoughts on “A-Yokai-A-Day 2013 Line-Up”

  1. I was wondering about a Yokai in the tv show opening “Yokai Watch” it’s a one-eyed woman with the bottom half of her body being a ghost tail, she seems to be making a guy yawn, but they have not introduced her yet so. Do you have any idea which yokai she is

  2. I actually haven’t seen Yokai Watch, so unfortunately I can’t help you there. From what I have seen, though, I think a lot of the yokai in the show are made up specifically for the TV show rather than being folkloric yokai.

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