In Japanese mythology, a household item will acquire a soul once it has existed for 100 years, becoming a type of yokai called a tsukumogami. One of the more well-known tsukumogami is the karakasa-obake, which is born from a paper parasol. Behind it is a liveing paper lantern called a chochin-obake and a pair of animated sandals called bake-zori.
Tags: japanese-folklore, japanese, parasol, karakasa, yokai
Ghost of legend,spectral and childlike and utterly blind. Her large disembodied companions, a pair of flaming eyes, are said to be stolen from two powerful Kasa-Obake. Found mostly in shower stalls around the world she feeds off of fear of her victims blinded by soap and shampoo's! Whenever you feel panic and dread as if you're not alone. Yurei Eyenami just might be near!
Tags: ghostbusters, spooky, creepy, boo, obake