"Choju-jinbutsu-giga" aka "Chojyu-giga" is a famous set of four picture scrolls, or emakimono, belonging to Kozan-ji temple in Kyoto, Japan. It is usually thought to have been painted in the mid-12th century or 13th. We don't know who is the creator. Some said this is "first manga in Japan" and people love it much.
Recently Studio Ghibli and Marubeni Power Retail made this TV ad inspired by Choju-giga.