From Burton’s Anatomy of Melancholy, SECT. II, MEMB I, SUBSECT. I
At Japan in the East Indies, at this present (if we may believe the relation of travellers), there is an idol called Teuchedy, to whom one of the fairest virgins in the country is monthly brought, and left in a private room, in the fotoqui, or church, where she sits alone to be deflowered. At certain times the Teuchedy (which is thought to be the devil) appears to her, and knoweth her carnally. Every month a fair virgin is taken in; but what becomes of the old, no man can tell.
Alas, my Burton is sparsely annotated (the same edition as the one from which the cite is taken above) and gives nothing substantial for Teuchedy. I’m guessing it’s a stab at a Japanese name or term. Googling brings up only the Burton reference.
Nothing for fotoqui either, and again, nothing via Google.
Any bells rung out there?