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Iwato kagura no kigen (岩戸神楽之起顕) – Origin of Music and Dance at the Rock Door signed by Shunsai Toshimasa (春斎年昌); Dated Meiji 20 (1887)

Tsuchigumo means “ground” or “earth” spider in Kabuki and Japanese mythology .

Ohoyamatsumi is in Japanese mythology an elder brother of Amaterasu, and an important god who

Sōjōbō providing instruction (scroll painted by a yamabushi, early 19th century

An image of the Japanese Sun Goddess Amaterasu emerging from a cave ...

Susanoo orochi by yamao-d6ad6cz

Abe no ...

The Serpent With Eight Heads, French ed. 1897(Meiji 30) Photo:

The Japanese wind god Fūjin, Sōtatsu, 17th century.

Konohanasakuya-hime in Japanese mythology, is the blossom-princess and symbol of delicate

the goddess of dawn, laughter and revelry, Ame no Uzume is famous for having. Japanese GoddessJapanese MythologyJapanese ...

Behavior [edit]

Searching the Seas with the Tenkei (天瓊を以て滄海を探るの図, Tenkei o motte sōkai o saguru no zu). Painting by Kobayashi Eitaku, 1880-90 (MFA, Boston).

Heavenly dogs: Found throughout Japanese folklore, the tengu are a class of supernatural monster spirits. Buddhism has long held they are harbingers of war.

Gose city & Japanese mythology 4

Are you prepared for what you will do if you see this nure onna

Myth[edit]

By Kevin Short

A Tibetan wall painting in Sumtseling monastery depicting Yama, the Lord of Death who holds

Susano'o slaying the Yamata no Orochi, by Utagawa Kuniyoshi

7edab3109869332ed5694d37b1b9059a.jpg

According mythology, the Shinto sun goddess Amaterasu hid herself in the cave, refusing to come out, and depriving the world of light.

Torii at Ama-no-Iwato Shrine, Takachiho, Miyazaki Prefecture

Ebisu - color.jpg

A 1998 painting depicting the descent to earth of Tsukuyomi

Amaterasu-Ōmikami: Japanese Mythology

Kuniteru Gozu dragon - Japanese dragon - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Kirin – The Japanese Unicorn

By Kevin Short

The existence of Ogmios is further confirmed by two defixiones, inscribed tablets on which he is besought to wreak a curse on certain individuals.

Brooklyn Museum - Shibata Zeshin (Japanese, 1807-1891). Seven Gods of Good Luck, ca. 1885

NINGYO mer-creatures and the Yao Bikuni folktale

Namahage

Fleeing fox spirit as Lady Kayō depicted in Hokusai's Sangoku Yōko-den (三国妖狐伝)

Azuchi-Momoyama period wallscroll depicting King Enma, Nara, Japan

Oarfish that washed ashore on a Bermuda beach in 1860: The fish was 16 ft

Okuninushi (source: The secrets of Japanese Ancient History)

Nimenseki: Two faces of Good & Evil

Amaterasu ~ Japanese Sun Goddess represents light in both it's physical and metaphorical sense. Amaterasu shines light on hidden things, and is a protector ...

Susanoo e Amaterasu, os deuses mais famosos da mitologia japonesa – Mundo-Nipo · Japanese MythologyJapanese FolkloreAmaterasuSusanooAsian ArtMais PopularKid ...

Cultural heroes named Taro/Taru and agricultural gods in elderly garb

Shirasagi-no-mai

Kusatsu ...

ama no iwato shrine

Mt. Kirishima is the land of Japanese mythology concerning its creation. “Amano Sakahoko,” the three teeth fork-shaped weapon is staked upside down at the ...

Owl sculptures ...

Susanoo no Mikoto and Inadahime Awaiting the Eight-headed Serpent by Yoshitoshi (1839 - · Japanese MythologyWoodblock ...

... The Korean Mermaid, Princess Heo Hwang-ok, at Dongbaek Park (photo image) ...

It is said that the water quality has never changed since the Heian period, and that it still nourishes the arable lands below the spring.

Japanese god of longevity

Amano Iwato Shrine

Japan's regent Hōjō Tokimune, who showed down the Mongols, fights off tengu

The Golden Princess from India

Amaterasu, Japanese goddess of the sun, emerging from the clouds and observing her own

1. Nishinomiya Jinja (西宮神社)

The wani is pictured below: The ...

A print by Utagawa Toyokuni III showing the sun goddess Amaterasu, the most important deity of the Japanese Shinto religion.

Inari and their fox spirits help the blacksmith Munechika forge the blade kogitsune-maru (Little Fox) in the late 10th century. This legend is the subject ...

Ama no Iwafune and the haiden

Mizuenoe no Urashima riding a turtle with flowing tail (mino game). Depiction of him riding a turtle appeared quite late, in the early 18th century.

Statue of Ebisu, Kessennuma

There are various theories as to the origins of torii. One of the most well- known comes from Japanese mythology.

Bake-Kujira by Matthew Meyer

Modern ...

Amano Iwato Shrine

Amaterasu

Ama-no-Iwato, the Heavenly Rock Cave in Kyushu, where the Sun

Comparing Soul Trees and Trees of Life

Kyoto's Nanzen-ji was the supervisor of the whole Five Mountain System in Japan

Daibutsu statue on Nokogiri Mountain in Chiba, Japan. Jingorō Eirei Ōno and his apprentices

Nasukarasuyama, Tochigi · Large board with a painting of a waterfall.

Dog Whisperer - Cujo and Molly [Full Episode] [HQ]

http://yoshitakaabe.blogspot.jp/2017/04/blog-post_72.html (Depiction of Ama no Iwato myth)

Shinto God Sarutahiko with Jeweled Spear and White Roosters, Number Two (Sono ni) from the series the Boulder Door of Spring (Haru no iwato), Edo period, ...

Emperor the Raifuku (outer robe) of the ceremonial court costume of the emperor.

Gashadokuro, unknown artist

image

In Chinese mythology, the patroness of matchmakers. As wife or sister of the legendary emperor Fu Xi, she helped establish norms for marriage (that included ...

Compare the above Japanese rites with the known Big Dipper rites of China that have survived till today and that are outlined below:

The Gods' meeting in front of rock cave

Prince Hanzoku terrorised by a nine, tailed fox by Utagawa Kuniyoshi. Ukiyo-e.

I can say without a doubt that the Amano Iwato Shrine is one of my absolute all-time favourite shrines in Japan. The reason why is that it was like no other ...

Seiji Sano (Japan, b 1959 ) Snow Falling Softly 2004 woodblock print

The tutelar deity of well-cleaners is known by two names, Mizuha-nome-no-mikoto, the Goddess of Wells, and by the more generic Water-god, and usually male ...

pamandjapan: “ 八幡神 (Hachiman) Hachiman, also known as Hachima-shin or Yawata no Kami, is the god of war and the divine protector of Japan and its people.

Gose city & Japanese mythology 3

Iwato kagura no kigen (岩戸神楽之起顕) – Origin of Music and Dance at the Rock Door signed by Shunsai Toshimasa (春斎年昌); Dated Meiji 20 (1887)

Tsuchigumo means “ground” or “earth” spider in Kabuki and Japanese mythology .

Ohoyamatsumi is in Japanese mythology an elder brother of Amaterasu, and an important god who

An image of the Japanese Sun Goddess Amaterasu emerging from a cave ...

Sōjōbō providing instruction (scroll painted by a yamabushi, early 19th century

Susanoo orochi by yamao-d6ad6cz

Abe no ...

The Serpent With Eight Heads, French ed. 1897(Meiji 30) Photo:

The Japanese wind god Fūjin, Sōtatsu, 17th century.

Konohanasakuya-hime in Japanese mythology, is the blossom-princess and symbol of delicate

Behavior [edit]

the goddess of dawn, laughter and revelry, Ame no Uzume is famous for having. Japanese GoddessJapanese MythologyJapanese ...

Searching the Seas with the Tenkei (天瓊を以て滄海を探るの図, Tenkei o motte sōkai o saguru no zu). Painting by Kobayashi Eitaku, 1880-90 (MFA, Boston).

Gose city & Japanese mythology 4

Heavenly dogs: Found throughout Japanese folklore, the tengu are a class of supernatural monster spirits. Buddhism has long held they are harbingers of war.

Are you prepared for what you will do if you see this nure onna

Myth[edit]

Susano'o slaying the Yamata no Orochi, by Utagawa Kuniyoshi

By Kevin Short

A view from inside Amano Yasugawara cave

7edab3109869332ed5694d37b1b9059a.jpg

A Tibetan wall painting in Sumtseling monastery depicting Yama, the Lord of Death who holds

According mythology, the Shinto sun goddess Amaterasu hid herself in the cave, refusing to come out, and depriving the world of light.

Torii at Ama-no-Iwato Shrine, Takachiho, Miyazaki Prefecture

Ebisu - color.jpg

A 1998 painting depicting the descent to earth of Tsukuyomi

Kirin – The Japanese Unicorn

Amaterasu-Ōmikami: Japanese Mythology

By Kevin Short

The existence of Ogmios is further confirmed by two defixiones, inscribed tablets on which he is besought to wreak a curse on certain individuals.

Brooklyn Museum - Shibata Zeshin (Japanese, 1807-1891). Seven Gods of Good Luck, ca. 1885

Namahage

NINGYO mer-creatures and the Yao Bikuni folktale

Oarfish that washed ashore on a Bermuda beach in 1860: The fish was 16 ft

Fleeing fox spirit as Lady Kayō depicted in Hokusai's Sangoku Yōko-den (三国妖狐伝)

Nimenseki: Two faces of Good & Evil

Azuchi-Momoyama period wallscroll depicting King Enma, Nara, Japan

Amaterasu ~ Japanese Sun Goddess represents light in both it's physical and metaphorical sense. Amaterasu shines light on hidden things, and is a protector ...

Susanoo e Amaterasu, os deuses mais famosos da mitologia japonesa – Mundo-Nipo · Japanese MythologyJapanese FolkloreAmaterasuSusanooAsian ArtMais PopularKid ...

Shirasagi-no-mai

Cultural heroes named Taro/Taru and agricultural gods in elderly garb

Kusatsu ...

ama no iwato shrine

Mt. Kirishima is the land of Japanese mythology concerning its creation. “Amano Sakahoko,” the three teeth fork-shaped weapon is staked upside down at the ...

Owl sculptures ...

... The Korean Mermaid, Princess Heo Hwang-ok, at Dongbaek Park (photo image) ...

It is said that the water quality has never changed since the Heian period, and that it still nourishes the arable lands below the spring.

Japanese god of longevity

Amano Iwato Shrine

Japan's regent Hōjō Tokimune, who showed down the Mongols, fights off tengu

The Golden Princess from India

Amaterasu, Japanese goddess of the sun, emerging from the clouds and observing her own

1. Nishinomiya Jinja (西宮神社)

The wani is pictured below: The ...

Inari and their fox spirits help the blacksmith Munechika forge the blade kogitsune-maru (Little Fox) in the late 10th century. This legend is the subject ...

A print by Utagawa Toyokuni III showing the sun goddess Amaterasu, the most important deity of the Japanese Shinto religion.

Mizuenoe no Urashima riding a turtle with flowing tail (mino game). Depiction of him riding a turtle appeared quite late, in the early 18th century.

Ama no Iwafune and the haiden

Statue of Ebisu, Kessennuma

Amaterasu

There are various theories as to the origins of torii. One of the most well- known comes from Japanese mythology.

Modern ...

Bake-Kujira by Matthew Meyer

Amano Iwato Shrine

Ame-no-Uzume, Japanese goddess of dawn, mirth, and revelry by

According to legend, Nigihayahi no ...

Amaterasu

Ama-no-Iwato, the Heavenly Rock Cave in Kyushu, where the Sun

Comparing Soul Trees and Trees of Life

Kyoto's Nanzen-ji was the supervisor of the whole Five Mountain System in Japan

Daibutsu statue on Nokogiri Mountain in Chiba, Japan. Jingorō Eirei Ōno and his apprentices

Due to the volcanic nature of the prefecture, Japanese hot springs, or onsen, are abundant. Several of which will be visited on this tour, including Waita ...

Ame-no-Uzume-no-mikoto (天宇受売命, 天鈿女命) is the goddess of dawn, mirth and revelry in the Shinto religion of Japan, and the wife of fellow-god ...

Dog Whisperer - Cujo and Molly [Full Episode] [HQ]

http://yoshitakaabe.blogspot.jp/2017/04/blog-post_72.html (Depiction of Ama no Iwato myth)

I can say without a doubt that the Amano Iwato Shrine is one of my absolute all-time favourite shrines in Japan. The reason why is that it was like no other ...

Takachiho gorge is one of the best picturesque sceneries in Japan, part of Takachiho town, Nishiusuki-gun, Miyazaki prefecture.

Emperor the Raifuku (outer robe) of the ceremonial court costume of the emperor.

Gashadokuro, unknown artist

Shinto God Sarutahiko with Jeweled Spear and White Roosters, Number Two (Sono ni) from the series the Boulder Door of Spring (Haru no iwato), Edo period, ...

image

In Chinese mythology, the patroness of matchmakers. As wife or sister of the legendary emperor Fu Xi, she helped establish norms for marriage (that included ...

Compare the above Japanese rites with the known Big Dipper rites of China that have survived till today and that are outlined below:

The Gods' meeting in front of rock cave

Prince Hanzoku terrorised by a nine, tailed fox by Utagawa Kuniyoshi. Ukiyo-e.

Seiji Sano (Japan, b 1959 ) Snow Falling Softly 2004 woodblock print

Achilles and Ajax playing a board game. Eight-pointed sun symbols are depicted on