Japanese Sea Nettle
Venom intensity: 4🔥/5 (intensely painful)
Size: Up to 2m in length
Particularity: Also called the "sneeze jelly" in Japanese (hakushon kurage ハクションクラゲ)
Scientific name: Chrysaora Pacifica
This jellyfish can be found in Japan's seas, from Southern Hokkaidô down to the south. Its poison is extremely painful. When out of water for too long, the jellyfish's cnidocytes (poisonous needles) dry out and fly in the air, causing irritations in the human's respirative system, resulting in repeated sneezes, hence its name in Japanese: hakushon-kurage (= the "achoo" jellyfish).