Yamata no orochi

Yamata no Orochi by artstain on DeviantArt

Yamata-no-orochi- Japanese myth: a dragon with 8 heads and 8 tails. It was defeated by the storm god Susanoo.

The Picture of Susano-o no Mikoto (Susano-o no Mikoto zu, 素戔嗚尊図) / Kawanabe Kyōsai (Japanese Artist, 1831–1889)

Kawanabe Kyōsai (河鍋 暁斎, May Susano-o no Mikoto subduing Yamata no Orochi, eight-headed serpent in form of dragon, coming up out of raging sea on storm-swept rocky coast.

Yamato no Orochi - An enormous eight-headed, eight-tailed Japanese dragon, so huge that it's body stretched over eight hills and eight valleys. Description from pinterest.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

Yamata no Orochi

Yamata no Orochi (八岐の大蛇?, literally giant snake") or Orochi, translated as the Eight-Forked Serpent in English, is a legendary and Japanese dragon that was slain by the Shinto storm-god Susanoo.

Susanoo no Mikoto Battling the Eight-headed Serpent Yamata no Orochi, 1870 by Chikanobu (1838 - 1912)

Susanoo no Mikoto Battling the Eight-headed Serpent Yamata no Orochi, 1870 by Chikanobu -

Yamata no Orochi vs Susanoo by uchihajake on DeviantArt

This is a ilustration of the battle of the god of seas and storms Susanoo, vs the strongest bijuu Yamata no Orochi, a snake like dragon with 8 heads. Yamata no Orochi vs Susanoo

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Grandes Batalhas LXXVI – As pessoas mudam? Susanoo vs Íxion

Grandes Batalhas LXXVI – As pessoas mudam?

A-Yokai-A-Day: Yamata no Orochi Posted on Wednesday October 7th, 2015

A-Yokai-A-Day: Yamata no Orochi Posted on Wednesday October 2015

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Yamata no Orochi (Japanese: 八岐の大蛇): Japanese & Shinto dragon with eight-heads & eight-tails, slain by the storm-deity Susanoo. Mentioned in the Japanese texts Kojiki & Nihongi.

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