Wikipedia:WikiProject Japan/Mythology/Articles

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Category:Japanese culture[edit]

Category:Japanese folklore[edit]

(52) - Japanese folklore; Akabeko; Banchō Sarayashiki; Botan Doro; Bunbuku Chagama; Chūjō-hime; The Crab and the Monkey; Daruma doll; Daruma otoshi; Funayūrei; Futakuchi-onna; The Ghost of Oyuki; Goryō; Hitaikakushi; Hoichi the Earless; Hyakumonogatari Kaidankai; Ikiryō; Issun-bōshi; Japanese traditional dolls; Hidari Jingoro; Kachi-kachi Yama; Kaidan; Kamishibai; Kappa (folklore); Kintarō; Kitsune; Kiyohime; Kuchisake-onna; Kuzunoha; Maneki Neko; Minamoto no Yorimitsu; Momotarō; Okiagari-koboshi; Oni (folklore); Onigashima; Onryō; Otogizōshi; Saito Musashibo Benkei; Shisa; Shita-kiri Suzume; Tamamo-no-Mae; Tanuki; Tengu; Teru teru bozu; The Dream of Akinosuke; Tomoe Gozen; Ubume; Uchide no kozuchi; Urashima Tarō; Yotsuya Kaidan; Yuki-onna; Yūrei; Zashiki-warashi;

Category:Japanese fairy tales[edit]

(16) - The Tale of the Bamboo Cutter; The Boy Who Drew Cats; Bunbuku Chagama; The Cat's Elopement; The Crab and the Monkey; The Fountain of Youth (fairy tale); Hanasaka Jiisan; The Husband of the Rat's Daughter; Issun-bōshi; Kachi-kachi Yama; Momotarō; My Lord Bag of Rice; Schippeitaro; Shita-kiri Suzume; The Stonecutter; Urashima Tarō;

Category:Japanese folklorists[edit]

(7) - Lafcadio Hearn; Inoue Enryō; Ishida Eiichirō; Shinobu Orikuchi; Keigo Seki; Torii Ryūzō; Kunio Yanagita;

Category:Japanese legendary creatures[edit]

(118) - Yōkai; Obake; List of legendary creatures in Japanese mythology; Abura-akago; Abura-sumashi; Akashita; Akateko (folklore); Akkorokamui; Akurojin-no-hi; Amanojaku; Amanozako; Amazake-babaa; Amefurashi; Amefurikozō; Amemasu; Ameonna; Amorōnagu; Aoandon; Aosaginohi; Arikura-no-baba; Ashi-magari; Azukiarai; Azure Dragon; Bai Ze; Bakeneko; Bakezōri; Baku (spirit); Basan; Chōchinobake; Japanese dragon; Ehon Hyaku Monogatari; Four Symbols (Chinese constellation); Funayūrei; Futakuchi-onna; Gashadokuro; Gazu Hyakki Tsurezure Bukuro; Gazu Hyakki Yakō; The Ghost of Oyuki; Goryō; Hannya; Harionago; Hibagon; Hitodama; Hitotsume-kozō; Ikiryō; Inugami; Isonade; Ittan-momen; Jikininki; Jinmenju; Jorōgumo; Kamaitachi; Kappa (folklore); Karura; Kasa-obake; Kekkai; Keukegen; Kitsune; Kitsune in popular culture; Kodama (spirit); Konjaku Gazu Zoku Hyakki; Konjaku Hyakki Shūi; Koro-pok-guru; Kuchisake-onna; Kuzuryu; Kyūketsuki; Majin; Mokumokuren; Mujina; Namazu (Japanese mythology); Ningyo; Noppera-bō; Nue; Nukekubi; Obake; Okiagari-koboshi; Oni (folklore); Onryō; Otogizōshi; Penglai Mountain; Preta; Qilin; Raijū; Rokurokubi; Samebito; Sazae-oni; Shachihoko; Shikigami; Shikome; Shinigami; Shisa; Shuten-dōji; Tanuki; Tengu; Tennin; Three-legged bird; Tsuchigumo; Tsuchinoko; Tsukumogami; Tsurube-otoshi; Ubume; Umibōzu; Ushi-oni; Vermilion Bird; White Tiger (Chinese constellation); Yadōkai; Yama-bito; Yama-uba; Yamata no Orochi; Yato-no-kami; Yofune-nushi; Yomotsu-shikome; Yosei; Yuki-onna; Yūrei; Zashiki-warashi; Zennyo Ryūō;

Category:Japanese demons[edit]

(2) - Akashita; Oni (folklore);

Shinto kami[edit]

Category:Japanese mythology[edit]

(41) - Abe no Seimei; Akuma; Amakuni; Amaterasu; Amefurashi; Amenonuhoko; Azure Dragon; Hata no Kōkatsu; Hofus the Stonecutter; Hotsuma Tsutae; Hyakki Yakō; Hyakumonogatari Kaidankai; Imperial Regalia of Japan; Japanese dragon; Japanese mythology; Kami; Kojiki; Kokutai; Kunitokotatchi; Kuroshima; Kwaidan: Stories and Studies of Strange Things; List of sacred objects in Japanese mythology; Mahoroba; Minamoto no Hiromasa; Myō-ō; Nihon Shoki; Onogoro; Penglai Mountain; Ryūgū-jō; Sennin; Shintoshu; Shishi; Sorei; Takamagahara; Takenouchi no Sukune; Thirteen Buddhas; Tonbogiri; Yata no kagami; Yomi; Yosei; Zuijin;

Category:Ainu mythology[edit]

(1) - Kamui

Category:Ainu kamui[edit]

(18) - Ae-oina Kamui; Apasam Kamui; Chikap Kamui; Chup Kamui; Hash-Inau-uk Kamui; Kamui Fuchi; Kandakoro Kamui; Kenash Unarabe; Kim-un Kamui; Kinashut Kamui; Moshirikara Kamui; Nusakoro Kamui; Pauchi Kamui; Repun Kamui; Shinda; Shiramba Kamui; Waka-ush Kamui; Yushkep Kamui;

Category:Japanese deities[edit]

(7) - List of divinities in Japanese mythology; Amatsu-Mikaboshi; Inari (mythology); Kotoamatsukami; Seven Lucky Gods; Tsukuyomi; Yama-no-Kami;

Category:Japanese goddesses[edit]

(11) - Ama-no-Uzume; Amaterasu; Benzaiten; Hariti; Izanami; Kichijouten; Konohanasakuya-hime; Marishi-Ten; Shina-To-Be; Toyotama-hime; Uke Mochi;

Category:Japanese gods[edit]

(38) - Aizen Myo-o; Ajisukitakahikone; Amano-Iwato; Ame-no-Koyane; Azumi-no-isora; Budai; Chimata-No-Kami; Daikokuten; Ebisu (mythology); Enma; Fukurokuju; Futsunushi; Fūjin; Hachiman; Hakudo Maru; Hoderi; Hoori; Izanagi; Juroujin; Kagu-tsuchi; Kōjin; Ninigi-no-Mikoto; Nio; Ohoyamatsumi; Ōkuninushi; Omoikane (Shinto); Raijin; Ryūjin; Sarutahiko; Shina-Tsu-Hiko; Suijin; Susanoo; Sōjōbō; Tengu; Tenjin (kami); Ugayafukiaezu; Vaisravana; Yama (Buddhism and Chinese mythology);

Category:Shinto kami[edit]

(50) - Ajisukitakahikone; Ama-no-Uzume; Amano-Iwato; Amaterasu; Amatsu-Mikaboshi; Ame-no-Koyane; Azumi-no-isora; Chimata-No-Kami; Fūjin; Hachiman; Hoderi; Hoori; Inari (mythology); Izanagi; Izanami; Kagu-tsuchi; Kamaitachi; Kami; Kitsune; Kodama (spirit); Konohanasakuya-hime; Kotoamatsukami; Kuebiko; Kōjin; Namazu (Japanese mythology); Ninigi-no-Mikoto; Ohoyamatsumi; Ōkuninushi; Omoikane (Shinto); Raijin; Raijū; Ryūjin; Sarutahiko; Shikigami; Shikome; Shina-To-Be; Shina-Tsu-Hiko; Shinigami; Suijin; Susanoo; Sōjōbō; Takenouchi no Sukune; Tengu; Tenjin (kami); Toyotama-hime; Tsukuyomi; Ugayafukiaezu; Uke Mochi; Yama-no-Kami; Zuijin;

Japanese legendary creatures[edit]

Category:Japanese mythology stubs[edit]

(157) - Abura-akago; Abura-sumashi; Aizen Myo-o; Aji-Shiki; Ajisukitakahikone; Akasagarbha; Akashita; Akateko (folklore); Akkorokamui; Akurojin-no-hi; Ama-no-Uzume; Amano-Iwato; Amanozako; Amazake-babaa; Ame-no-Koyane; Amefurashi; Amefurikozō; Amemasu; Amenonuhoko; Ameonna; Amorōnagu; Aoandon; Aosaginohi; Apasam Kamui; Arikura-no-baba; Ashi-magari; Azukiarai; Azumi-no-isora; Bai Ze; Bakeneko; Bakezōri; Basan; The Boy Who Drew Cats; Chimata-No-Kami; Chup Kamui; Chōchinobake; Daikokuten; Daruma otoshi; Donation box; Ehon Hyaku Monogatari; Four Symbols (Chinese constellation); Fukurokuju; Funayūrei; Futsunushi; Gashadokuro; Gazu Hyakki Tsurezure Bukuro; Gohei; Hakudo Maru; Hannya; Harionago; Hibagon; Hitaikakushi; Hitotsume-kozō; Hoderi; Hofus the Stonecutter; The Husband of the Rat's Daughter; Hyakki Yakō; Ikiryō; Inoue Enryō; Ishida Eiichirō; Isonade; Issun-bōshi; Ittan-momen; Japanese folklore; Jikininki; Hidari Jingorō; Jinmenju; Juroujin; Kagu-tsuchi; Kamaitachi; Kamishibai; Kandakoro Kamui; Karura; Kasa-obake; Kekkai; Kenash Unarabe; Keukegen; Kichijouten; Kinashut Kamui; Kiyohime; Konjaku Gazu Zoku Hyakki; Konohanasakuya-hime; Kotoamatsukami; Kotodama; Kuebiko; Kunitokotatchi; Kuroshima; Kuzuryu; Mahasthamaprapta; Mahoroba; Mokumokuren; Moshirikara Kamui; My Lord Bag of Rice; Myō-ō; Namazu (Japanese mythology); Ninigi-no-Mikoto; Nuppeppo; Nurikabe (folklore); Nusakoro Kamui; Ohoyamatsumi; Omoikane (Shinto); Onigashima; Onogoro; Shinobu Orikuchi; Pauchi Kamui; Penghou; Raijin; Raijū; Ryūgū-jō; Samebito; Sarutahiko; Sazae-oni; Schippeitaro; Keigo Seki; Sennin; Shachihoko; Shide (Shinto); Shikome; Shimenawa; Shina-To-Be; Shina-Tsu-Hiko; Shinda; Shintoshu; Shiramba Kamui; Shishi; Soku-no-Kumi; Sorei; Suijin; Sōjōbō; Takamagahara; Takenouchi no Sukune; Template:Japan-myth-stub; The Fountain of Youth (fairy tale); Thirteen Buddhas; Three-legged bird; Tokoyo; Tonbogiri; Torii Ryūzō; Toyotama-hime; Tsurube-otoshi; Uchide no kozuchi; Uke Mochi; Umibōzu; Vermilion Bird; Yadōkai; Yama-bito; Yama-no-Kami; Kunio Yanagita; Yata no kagami; Yato-no-kami; Yoki; Yomotsu-shikome; Yosei; Zennyo Ryūō; Zuijin; Ōkubi; Ōnusa;

Category:WikiProject Japanese mythology[edit]

(4) - Wikipedia:WikiProject Japanese mythology; Wikipedia:WikiProject Japanese mythology/Assessment; Wikipedia:WikiProject Japanese mythology/Articles

Category:Category-Class Japanese mythology articles[edit]

(34) - Category:A-Class Japanese mythology articles; Category:Ainu kamui; Category:Ainu mythology; Category:B-Class Japanese mythology articles; Category:Category-Class Japanese mythology articles; Category:Disambig-Class Japanese mythology articles; Category:FA-Class Japanese mythology articles; Category:GA-Class Japanese mythology articles; Category:High-importance Japanese mythology articles; Category:Japanese deities; Category:Japanese demons; Category:Japanese fairy tales; Category:Japanese folklore; Category:Japanese folklorists; Category:Japanese goddesses; Category:Japanese gods; Category:Japanese legendary creatures; Category:Japanese mythology articles by importance; Category:Japanese mythology articles by quality; Category:Japanese mythology articles needing attention; Category:Japanese mythology stubs; Category:List-Class Japanese mythology articles; Category:Low-importance Japanese mythology articles; Category:Mid-importance Japanese mythology articles; Category:Non-article Japanese mythology pages; Category:Redirect-Class Japanese mythology articles; Category:Start-Class Japanese mythology articles; Category:Stub-Class Japanese mythology articles; Category:Template-Class Japanese mythology articles; Category:Top-importance Japanese mythology articles; Category:Unassessed Japanese mythology articles; Category:Unknown-importance Japanese mythology articles; Category:WikiProject Japanese mythology; Category:WikiProject Japanese mythology articles;

Category:Non-article Japanese mythology pages[edit]

(6) - Wikipedia:Version 1.0 Editorial Team/Japanese mythology articles by quality; Wikipedia:Version 1.0 Editorial Team/Japanese mythology articles by quality log; Wikipedia:Version 1.0 Editorial Team/Japanese mythology articles by quality statistics; Wikipedia:WikiProject Japanese mythology; Wikipedia:WikiProject Japanese mythology/Articles; Wikipedia:WikiProject Japanese mythology/Assessment;

Category:Redirect-Class Japanese mythology articles[edit]

(2) - Nekomata; Suisei (mythology);

Category:Template-Class Japanese mythology articles[edit]

(3) - Template:Jmyth infobox; Template:User Jmyth