Tiedebaik in Chinese and Japanese mythology, was one of the head deities, who is said to be in the temple of Osaka. It is unknown what this deity represented, unless the description of the image permits a conjecture. Tiedebaik, a powerful four-armed giant, with a crown upon his head, Stands in splendidly ornamented dress upon a figure whose horned head and dragon tail characterize it as an evil deity.

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