Kitsune


Kitsune in Japanese means “fox”, and in Japanese mythology belongs to the category of Youkai: demons, intended as spirits, souls that have reached a high state of knowledge and enlightenment such as to transcend the simple material world and reach the spiritual dimension.

Usually, a Kitsune appears under the appearance of a beautiful woman.

It is usually associated with Inari, the Kami of fertility, rice, foxes, and success.
Inari foxes always have a pure white coat.

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2 responses to “Kitsune”

  1. David Mei Avatar

    Lovely images and a wonderful story. Japanese demons and gods are fascinating.

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  2. Michael Avatar

    Love these shots…be careful or you may melt the snow ☺️🔥

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