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|Alternate Names/Spellings||付喪神, "Item/Object Kami", "Item/Object Spirit", "Kami of Tool"|
|Origins||Japanese Mythology, Legend and Folklore|
The Tsukumogami is a creature with origins in Japanese mythology, legend and folklore.
- Abumi-guchi - A furry creature formed from the stirrup of a mounted military commander that works for Yama Orochi.
- Bakezōri - An animated pair of straw zori sandals.
- Biwabokuboku - An animated Biwa.
- Boroboro-ton - An animated comforter.
- Chōchinobake - An animated lantern, also known as Burabura.
- Eritategoromo- An animated Buddhist high-priest robe.
- Hahakigami- An animated broom (or ōnusa).
- Ichiren-bozu - Animated prayer beads.
- Ittan-momen - An animated roll of cotton.
- Jatai - Animated kimono sash.
- Kameosa - An animated sake jar.
- Kasa-obake - An animated umbrella. Also known as Hone Karakasa
- Kosode-no-te - An animated kimono robe.
- Kotofurunushi-An animated Koto
- Kurayarō - An animated saddle
- Kyōrinrin - Animated scrolls or papers.
- Meganejin - Animated spectacles.
- Minowaraji - An animated Mino straw coat
- Morinji-no-okama - An animated tea kettle. Another variation is Zenfushō
- Nyoijiza i- An animated back scratcher
- Osakōburi - An animated crown.
- Sakabashira- An animated house pillar, installed upside down.
- Shamichoro - An animated shamisen
- Shirōneri - An animated mosquito netting or animated dust clothes.
- Shōgorō - An animated gong
- Ungaikyo - An animated mirror.
- Waniguchi - An animated temple bell or gong.
- Yamaoroshi - An animated grater.
- Zorigami - An animated clock.
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