Kappa figure Picture

Kappa figure for my japanese cultural project

Kappa are mischievious creatures in Japanese mythology and superstitions, also known as a Water Imp, or, River Child.
They are known for looking up womens' kimonos and theft to kidnapping children and raping women. Villagers often times write peoples' names on cucumbers and throw them into the river or pond the Kappa inhabits to feed it into keeping the imp from going anywhere near the villagers whose names were carved into the cucumbers.
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