A Qilin galloping through the forest with its red mane and two horns.

The Qilin is a popular mythical creature originating from China. In English-speaking countries, it is known as the Chinese Unicorn. It is thought to be the living incarnation of fire, water, earth, wood, and metal. There have also been reported sightings in recent times, which are the subject of much debate. Description “Qilin” translates into … Read more


Tsuchinoko seen with its snake appearance but wider in the middle than at the head or tail.

The Tsuchinoko is well-established in Japanese mythology. It is thought to inhabit the forests and mountains of Shikoku, Honshu, and Kyushu islands, along with parts of the Korean peninsula. This snake-like creature is thought to be relatively harmless and has inspired yearly hunts throughout Japan. Description “Tsuchinoko” literally translates to “hammer’s spawn.” The Tsuchinoko is … Read more