Yorogumo is a spider ghost that takes on the form of a seductive woman.
According to legends, Yorogumo plays the lute in an abandoned hut deep in the forest to attract the attention of potential victims passing by.
While the person is enchanted by the mesmerizing music, Yorogumo wraps them up in her web to provide nourishment for herself and her offspring.
According to some beliefs, after living for 400 years, the spider-woman gains magical powers.
In many stories, Yorogumo, in her beautiful form, asks a samurai to marry her or, in order to gain trust and sympathy, transforms into a young woman holding a child, which is actually her spider egg sac.
Ancient Japanese drawings and engravings depict Yorogumo as half woman, half spider, surrounded by her children.
Inside the treasure chest, you can find a large number of valuable supplies.