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Japanese dragons 日本の竜 Nihon no ryūare diverse legendary creatures in Japanese mythology and folklore. Most Japanese ones are water deities associated with rainfall and bodies of water and are typically depicted as large, wingless, serpentine creatures with clawed feet.
The different coloured dragons represent their age.
Gold dragons are the most revered as they are the oldest.
Yellow dragons are one thousand years old or older. They hold no symbolism. They are secluded and wander alone. They appear at 'the perfect moment' and at all other times remain hidden.
Red dragons descend from a red-gold dragon who is about one thousand years of age. Red dragons can cause storms in the skies when they fight.
Black dragons are symbols of the North. They caused storms by battling in the air.
Blue and green dragons are children of blue-gold dragons that are eight hundred years old. They are purest in blue colours, the sign of the coming spring