Japanese Dragons - History, Mythology and Physiology
In the Japanese legends and the myths the dragon personifies the powerful godly forces, which can bear both the good and evil.
What They Look Like
Japanese Dragons Physiology
The Nine Entities (parts) of a Japanese Dragon
The Japanese dragons, same as Chinese dragons, are said to be made up of many different types of animals of the Earth:
On a Trip
In a search for Japanese dragons we went to the holy island of Miyajima (or Itsukushima island).
It is a sacred site of both Shintoism and Buddhism and one of the most beautiful places on Earth.
Itsukushima Shrine, was built in 593 by Saeki Kuramoto.
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