|Meaning||Leaf bird goblin|
|Other names||Koppa-Tengu, Sakai-Dori|
Konoha-Tengu (木の葉天狗 or 木葉天狗, Konoha-Tengu) is a creature from Japanese folklore.
Sometimes at night in Shizuoka prefecture, small flocks of bird-like creatures with two-meter wingspans can be seen swooping over the Ooi river, catching fish in their talons. These are konoha-tengu, low-ranking tengu that have not yet accumulated much supernatural power, usually depicted in their primal and mostly avian form.