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Japanese Dragon- brings good luck and drives away demons, great patron and protector; symbolize  knowledge, wisdom, wealth and water.  Have long and thin body without wings, head like a horse with a huge mustache and no ears, with two horns. Associated with rainfall and bodies of water. Have three toes on each foot.

Kunisada II Utagawa, The Dragon, c. The print depicts the Buddha riding on the back of a giant sea-dragon. From the series Modern Illustrations of Buddhist Precepts (Hasso-ki Imayo Utsushi-e).

Carl Jung: It is as though consciousness were aware that the dragon is the lower half of man, which indeed and in truth is the case. | Carl Jung Depth Psychology

Carl Jung: It is as though consciousness were aware that the dragon is the lower half of man, which indeed and in truth is the case

Carl Jung: It is as though consciousness were aware that the dragon is the lower half of man, which indeed and in truth is the case. | Carl Jung Depth Psychology

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Chinese dragons are friendlier and more benevolent than Western dragons. Love how at ease this family is.

In Chinese mythology, Shenlong were azure-blue dragons that resided in the sky and were responsible for the changes in wind, rain and storms. The exact color of the dragons fluctuated land closely resemble the changing color of the sky. #Chinese #Mythology #Dragons

Blue Dragon by Hajime Namiki, Four-toed dragons, such as the smiley one featured in this print, are traditionally associated with those from Korea. Chinese dragons are said to have five toes and Japanese dragons three.

Dragons have long been recognized an an Traditional Japanese dragons in art, tattoos, and other creative works.

Jewel Garland - Takeuchi no sukune receiving Senju and Manju (1855). (Senju and manju are magic jewels; and the one offering them is the Dragon King.) Woodblock print by Japanese artist, Utagawa Kuniyoshi.

Takeshiuchi-no-sukune looking over the side of his ship, being offered two magic jewels, senju and manju, by the Dragon King. / Kuniyoshi by carter flynn

Japan antique art. illustrator / Yumeji Takehisa.   kimono beauty lady. early Showa period.

Yumeji Takehisa one of the most famous leading Japanese painters during the Taisho era

Minwha(Korean Folk art)-Blue dragon by kimsingu on DeviantArt

Minwha (Korean Folk art, means: plum flower) - Blue dragon by Kimsingu on DeviantArt

geisha - Sorry, No idea where this comes from exactly

Courtesan listening to a cuckoo. Main detail of hanging scroll; ink and color on silk, , by artist Utagawa Toyohiro, Japan

Hokusai to Make Waves With Upcoming MFA Boston Exhibition

Title:諸国瀧廻り 木曾路ノ奥阿弥陀ヶ瀧 The Amida Falls in the Far Reaches of the Kisokaidô Road (Kisoji no oku Amida-ga-taki), from the series A Tour of Waterfalls in Various Provinces (Shokoku taki meguri) Artist:葛飾北斎 Katsushika Hokusai

Kuniyoshi--Tokiwa-gozen fleeing with her children through the snow

Artist: Utagawa Kuniyoshi Title: Tokiwa Gozen, from the series Lives of Wise and Heroic Women (Kenjo reppu den) Date:

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