In Japanese mythology, Izanami-no-Mikoto, meaning "she who invites" is a Goddess of both Creation and Death, as well as the former wife of the God Izanagi-no-Mikoto. She is also referred to as Izanami-no-kami. In Her story, Izanagi-no-Mikoto lamented the death of Izanami-no-Mikoto and undertook a journey to Yomi ("the shadowy land of the dead"). The story is wonderful, look it up!

In Japanese mythology, Izanami-no-Mikoto, meaning "she who invites" is a Goddess of both Creation and Death, as well as the former wife of the God Izanagi-no-Mikoto. She is also referred to as Izanami-no-kami.

Wedding kimono

Wedding looks are already being submitted for Emperor Kaito's up coming nuptials to Queen Levana of Luna this September on the night of the Full Moon. And there is hope that Her Majesty might use Eastern Commonwealth Fashion

Kyoto, Japan

(Kyoto, Japan) This really calms me down. I think the Japanese had it right when they said that "A round window give you peace when looking the outside nature. Square windows interrupt this peace, is aggressive and give a stress sensation"

Japanese sword, Katana 刀

A samurai sword may signify peace as well as battle; samurai would often give a name to his sword as he believed that the sword carried cultural and warrior spirit.

Contemporary silk furisode. Japan

菜々緒 Nanao (Japanese fashion model & actress) ☆She's the best when playing the role of a meanest girl in office.

コーデ別 振袖 カタログ|レトロトリップ|キモノハーツ ポータル|#kimono

コーデ別 振袖 カタログ|レトロトリップ|キモノハーツ ポータル|#kimono

Kimono-hime issue 10. Fashion shoot page 48. Via Satomi Grim of Flickr

Furisode 3 Coordinate from Kimono Hime Vol. 10 Scans by BikaBika Check out that shigoki obi!

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