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Japanese Mythology:  In the Japanese language, the seven gods of luck are called Shichi Fukujin, which means "seven happiness beings".

Japanese Mythology: In the Japanese language, the seven gods of luck are called Shichi Fukujin, which means "seven happiness beings".

Susanoo is the Shinto god of the sea & storms. He is also considered to be ruler of Yomi.  In Japanese mythology, Susanoo, the powerful storm of Summer, is the brother of Amaterasu, the goddess of the sun, and of Tsukuyomi, the god of the moon. All three were born from Izanagi, when he washed his face clean of the pollutants of Yomi, the underworld. Amaterasu was born when Izanagi washed out his left eye, Tsukuyomi was born from the washing of the right eye, and Susanoo from the nose.

Susanoo is the Shinto god of the sea & storms. He is also considered to be ruler of Yomi. In Japanese mythology, Susanoo, the powerful storm of Summer, is the brother of Amaterasu, the goddess of the sun, and of Tsukuyomi, the god of the moon. All three were born from Izanagi, when he washed his face clean of the pollutants of Yomi, the underworld. Amaterasu was born when Izanagi washed out his left eye, Tsukuyomi was born from the washing of the right eye, and Susanoo from the nose.

Hotei-Like Daikoku, he stands for wealth. But he is also the god of laughter and happiness by being content with what you have. He is depicted as a laughing fat man with a bag of rice over his shoulders and kids. On some pictures, he is shown sitting in a cart drawn by children.

Hotei-Like Daikoku, he stands for wealth. But he is also the god of laughter and happiness by being content with what you have. He is depicted as a laughing fat man with a bag of rice over his shoulders and kids. On some pictures, he is shown sitting in a cart drawn by children.

Kintaro, also called the "Golden Boy", was a child of extreme strengths. The son of a princess, he was brought up by Yamauba, an old woman living in the mountains. Kintaro lived in the mountain woods and talked to the animals. He was so strong that he could bend trees like nothing.

Kintaro, also called the "Golden Boy", was a child of extreme strengths. The son of a princess, he was brought up by Yamauba, an old woman living in the mountains. Kintaro lived in the mountain woods and talked to the animals. He was so strong that he could bend trees like nothing.

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The Top 10 Deities In Shinto Mythology: Izangi and Izanami, Kagatsuchi, Sarutahiko, Konohana, Hachiman, Tsukiyomi, Uzume, Inari, Susanowo, and Amaterasu.

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Japanese Mythology:  God Izanagi and Goddess Izanami were married to each other. Izanami could give birth to anything. One day she created the island of Japan. Izanami died when she gave birth to the god of fire from deadly burns during labor. By then she had given birth to 14 islands and 35 gods. God Izanagi was desperate about the loss of his beloved companion and went down to the underworld to search for Izanami and found her...

Japanese Mythology: God Izanagi and Goddess Izanami were married to each other. Izanami could give birth to anything. One day she created the island of Japan. Izanami died when she gave birth to the god of fire from deadly burns during labor. By then she had given birth to 14 islands and 35 gods. God Izanagi was desperate about the loss of his beloved companion and went down to the underworld to search for Izanami and found her...

Amaterasu cave crop - 天照大神 - Wikipedia

“<天照大神>(あまてらすおおみかみ)は、日本神話に登場する神。皇室の祖神で、日本民族の総氏神とされている。” 天照大神 - Wikipedia https://ja.wikipedia.org/wiki/%E5%A4%A9%E7%85%A7%E5%A4%A7%E7%A5%9E

船幽霊(ふなゆうれい)『絵本百物語』第三巻 1841年(天保12年)Ghosts of those who died at sea 1841

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