@grizius If you're a yokai (a being from Japanese folklore / mythology that is often depicted as malignant or malefic, but not always so), what kind of yokai would you rather be? So here are your options!
A) Kaiju (Eerie Beast):
These yokai are mortal monsters that bring major scale death and destruction to cities (e.g. Gojira (Godzilla)).
B) Choshizen (Occult / Supernatural):
These yokai are the supernatural beings that are similar to the Draugar / Undead of Western mythology. They have super strength and the ability to shapeshift and control the weather and are responsble for mysterious natural phenomena. But unlike their Western counterparts, they can enter without invite and they can move in sunlight (e.g. Yuki Jiji (The Old Man of the Snow) / Yuki Onna (The Lady of the Snow).
C) Tsukumogami (Attached apparitions / Spirits of the Tools):
These yokai are apparitions that develop in inanimate objects that are over 100 years old and neglected. Which then these inanimate objects became animate and start seeking vengeance (e.g. Kasa Obake (The Haunted Umbrella)).
D) Henge (Shapeshifters):
These yokai are animal spirits who can shapeshift and take on human form. Some of these yokai are tricksters, while others are guardians (e.g. Kyubiko (The Nine-tailed Fox)).
E) Yurei (Ghost):
These yokai does not require a description.