Literally means “ghost sandal”. Comes from the words Obake, meaning ghost and Zori, the japanese straw sandal.

This mischievous yokai has two arms, two legs mouth and one eye at the center of its face. This yokai is a Tsukumogami.

They run around the house causing havoc chanting “Kararin! Kororin! Kankororin! Managu mittsu ni ha ninmai!“, translates to “Three eyes and two teeth!” referring to its cousin sandal for mockery.