***Yūrei***
One of the original artistic depictions of a Yūrei was the painting The Ghost of Oyuki by Maruyama Okyo in 1750. It included all the features we have come to expect in graphic representations of yūrei: long unkempt hair, pallid skin, floating body (no legs), etc. It was said to be the ghost of the artist’s mistress who had died and had reportedly visited him in a dream. 
FOR BOOKINGS
w: lighthousetattoo.com.au
: contact@lighthousetattoo.com.au
️: (+61 2) 9316 4565

***Yūrei***
One of the original artistic depictions of a Yūrei was the painting The Ghost of Oyuki by Maruyama Okyo in 1750. It included all the features we have come to expect in graphic representations of yūrei: long unkempt hair, pallid skin, floating body (no legs), etc. It was said to be the ghost of the artist’s mistress who had died and had reportedly visited him in a dream.
FOR BOOKINGS
w: lighthousetattoo.com.au
: contact@lighthousetattoo.com.au
️: (+61 2) 9316 4565

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