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Plataforma mide aproximadamente 1.8 \ pulgadas) con 4.6CM (1.8 pulgadas) Plataforma en el Tamaño 8, el Datos ligeramente flotantes Arriba y Abajo por Tamaños.
CÓMODO BOOTIE - Caracterizado por diseño clásico, cielo tacones altos con plataforma, tacones de aguja sexy, y cremallera lateral cierre. asumir estos botas versátiles agregará esmalte a cualquier look chic Zapatos de fiesta vestido de baile zapatos, juego perfecto de faldas a maxi vestidos.
MANEJO Tiempo disponible para el cumplimiento por vendedor solamente) 5-7 días hábiles, estilo complicado 5-10 días; envío: 7-10 días laborables. envío: 3-5 trabajando días si es necesario.
PROTECCIÓN PELÍCULA - Todos nuestros los zapatos son marca nuevo, si recibes las botas con película protectora en el fondo, por favor no te preocupes se pretende proteger de sucio o daño cuando lo intentas, puedes arrancarlos como en la foto después decidiendo mantener los zapatos.
CLIENTE SERVICIO - Hecho por el hombre y personalización está disponible (p. ej. cambiar el color del fondo rojo). para el problema de tamaño y devolución gratuita para el problema de calidad, retorno local de EE. UU.
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Welcome to Yokai.com, an illustrated database of Japanese yokai.

Within these pages you’ll find an ever-growing collection of yokai and yokai legends from all parts of Japan and all periods of Japanese history. Some of them have never appeared in English before, while others will be intimately familiar to fans of Japanese folklore. They have been collected from books, from the internet, and by word of mouth from yokai lovers who remember the tales from their childhoods. The illustrations accompanying each yokai are based on written descriptions or on Edo-period illustrations painted on scrolls hundreds of years ago.

Spring Cleaning

Yokai.com is getting a new look, optimized for all devices instead of just desktops, and with higher resolution images for you to view. Things may look a little strange while the site is being adjusted, so please bear with me as the kinks are ironed out.

Pre-Order The Book of the Hakutaku

The Book of the Hakutaku the third volume in my yokai encyclopedia series, is available for pre-order on BackerKit until the end of April, 2018. You can order Kickstarter/pre-order-only collectors edition hardcovers of the book (which won’t be available elsewhere), as well as art prints, postcards, and yokai apparel. Click here to visit the pre-order store.

Yōkai Finder

Are you trying to find a specific yokai but you can’t remember its name? Visit the Yōkai Finder. While not exact, and not exhaustive, it can help you find yokai by various traits, categories, shapes, prefecture, etc., organized in post tags. It should make it much easier to search for the spirits you are looking for, and it’s another fun way to browse the site by category. Special thanks to my Patreon backers who made the Yokai Finder possible with their support!

Support Yokai.com with Patreon

This website is kept alive by the support of my backers on Patreon. Through this project, new yokai are translated, painted, and posted up to yokai.com every month, free for everyone to read. Backers get regular yokai updates via email, as well as behind-the-scenes updates, and input on which yokai are selected for the website next. Patrons can also receive monthly postcards, yokai art prints, and original paintings. To become a yokai patron and support this site, sign up at patreon.com/osarusan.