- East Asian (culture)
- Seductive (attribute)
- Deadly (behaviour)
A fox spirit from the mythology of Japan. They are said to be the servants of the rice-grain god Inari and some believe that Inari is also a fox god. However this is contested as others would state the the fox attendents are the Kimu and the Kitsuen are colsesly associated but are not eh servants of Inari.
They appeared in Japanese folklore during the 17
One variation of the Kitsune describes them has having the form of a lady wearing white robes. They seduce men and drain them of their blood. They would also marry these men and bear them a child. These children would grow up to be formidable people with special powers.
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