Illustration d'un akaname par Toriyama Sekien.

Akaname (垢嘗?, , trad. « lèche-crasse ») est un esprit du folklore japonais. C'est un yōkai inoffensif qui a l'habitude de lécher la saleté des baignoires la nuit.


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