Did you know that there’s a Japanese version of the Loch Ness monster too? ? Issie is a Japanese lake monster that is said to live in Lake Ikeda on the island of Kyushu. According to the myth, Issie was a white female horse that lived on the island with its little foal. One day, her foal was stolen by a samurai, and after being unable to find it, Issie jumped off a cliff into the lake in despair. Her grief transformed her into a black cryptid monster with two humps on its back, which resurfaces every now and then to try to find her lost foal. #JLMyōkaioftheday #japanloverme Art by @chichilittle ?
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