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|Alternate Names/Spellings||Nuppefuhō, Nuppeppo|
The Nuppeppō is a creature with origins in Japanese mythology, legend and folklore.
A near-shapeless mass of (human?) flesh. The folds on it's front are said to resemble a human face. They are more often smelled than seen due them giving of a horrifying stench similar to rotten flesh. They are said to be very rare.