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Enchanting Legends: Unveiling Japan's 10 Japanese Mythical Creatures and Their Hidden Secrets

The views of “new” Kyoto are unparalleled from the rooftop pool, where you can lounge, plan your day’s activities or grab a refreshing drink.

Tengu: These bird-like creatures possess both human and avian characteristics. Known for their incredible martial arts skills, they are often depicted as protectors of the mountains and forests

 Kappa: Mischievous water-dwelling creatures with a beak-like mouths and a bowl-like depression on their heads filled with water.

Oni are monstrous and fearsome creatures with a humanoid appearance. They are typically portrayed as large, muscular beings with sharp claws, wild hair, and horns.  

The views of “new” Kyoto are unparalleled from the rooftop pool, where you can lounge, plan your day’s activities or grab a refreshing drink.

Kamaitachi: These weasel-like yokai ride the wind, moving at incredible speeds and leaving invisible cuts on their victims. 

1. Nekomata: Supernatural cats with forked tails. They possess the ability to walk on two legs and are associated with witchcraft. Legends say they can control the dead and bring misfortune to their owners.

Kitsune, meaning “fox” in Japanese, are mythical creatures known for their shape-shifting abilities and intelligence.

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