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Kameosa and Amikiri, see below) are wrongly considered as being of legendary origin. If the spirit were peaceful, it was a nigi-mitama, bringing good fortune — such as bountiful harvests.
Violent spirits, ara-mitama, brought ill fortune — including illness and natural disasters.
Yasaburo was originally a bandit whose vengeful spirit (onryo) turned into a poisonous snake upon death and plagued the water in a paddy, but eventually became deified as the "wisdom god of the well (井の明神)." Kappa and inugami are sometimes treated as gods in one area and youkai in other areas.
From these examples, it can be seen that among Japanese gods, there are some beings that can go from god to youkai and vice versa.
are a class of supernatural monsters, spirits and demons in Japanese folklore.
The folkloricist Tsutomu Ema studied the literature and paintings depicting yokai and henge (変化, or "mutants") and divided them into categories, as presented in the Nihon Yokai Henge Shi and the Obake no Rekishi.One's ancestors and particularly-respected departed elders could be deemed nigi-mitama, accruing status as protective gods and receiving worship.Animals, objects and natural features or phenomena were also venerated as nigi-mitama or propitiated as ara-mitama — depending on the area.However, despite the literature mentioning and explaining these yokai, they were never given any visual depictions.In Buddhist paintings such as the Hell Scroll (Nara National Museum), which came from the later Heian period, there are visual expressions of the idea of oni, but actual visual depictions would only come later in the middle ages, from the Kamakura period and beyond.