Published in Japan around 1779, The ''Konjaku Gazu Zoku Hyakki'' (translated to ''The Illustrated 100 Demons from The Past and Present''), served as the primary collection source of all Japanese Demons, Ghosts, Myths and Legend much of which have been covered in these writings. The Book also contains some of the only illustrations (paintings and block printed) in existence, used to ''show'' The mythical Creations (at least One hopes). While sometime incorrectly associated with The ''Lessor Key of Solomon'' by comparison, This volume does not feature spells or conjuring in any form (and as such cannot really be seen as a classic ''Grimoire''. The Book is broken down into (3) distinct Sections, which arranges Subjects into Nature, Night and Day Spirits. The Book was reproduced in English as late as 2016 (inclusive of it's rich illustrations).