Daddy Eyeball, a.k.a. Kitaro’s father. From the 1968 anime adaptation of GeGeGe no Kitaro.
"Mizuki’s best-known comic, GeGeGe no Kitaro, traces its roots back to the Golden Age of paper theater, when storytellers around Japan performed Hakaba no Kitaro, a supernatural tale about a yokai boy who lived in a graveyard. Though Mizuki didn’t create Kitaro, he was responsible for adapting Hakaba no Kitaro into manga form, publishing his first Kitaro stories for the akabon (rental comics) market in 1959. The story eventually found a home at Weekly Shonen Magazine in 1966, where the editors renamed it GeGeGe no Kitaro. Kitaro proved immensely popular, spawning animated television shows, feature-length movies, and video games, not to mention numerous manga sequels. (Kitaro has graced the pages of Shonen Sunday, Shonen Action, and Shukan Jitsuwa, to name a few.)”