Amenosazuchi, Kuninosazuchi

大分類Encyclopedia of Shinto
中分類2. Kami (Deities)
小分類Kami in Classic Texts
分野分類 CB宗教学・神道学
文化財分類 CB学術データベース
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TitleAmenosazuchi, Kuninosazuchi
テキスト内容Two kami which came into being from the union of Ōyamatsumi no kami and Nozuchi no kami, which were kami with domain over mountains and plains. Amenosazuchi and Kuninosazuchi were both said to be strong in the power of the "earth" element, with the result that they are called the patron kami of hills and passes.

Nihongi describes Kuninosatsuchi no mikoto as one of the three kami produced as solitary deities (hitorigami) at the creative unfolding of heaven and earth, but it is believed that this kamis name, expressed with different characters, is not the same as Kuninosazuchi.

-Nakayama Kaoru
+辞書ページURLhttps://d-museum.kokugakuin.ac.jp/eos/detail/?id=9424
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#22243382009/03/02Administrator00EOS000030Amenosazuchi, KuninosazuchiAmenosazuchi, KuninosazuchiTwo kami which came into being from the union of Ōyamatsumi no kami and Nozuchi no kami, which were kami with domain over mountains and plains. Amenosazuchi and Kuninosazuchi were both said to be strong in the power of the "earth" element, with the result that they are called the patron kami of hills and passes.

Nihongi describes Kuninosatsuchi no mikoto as one of the three kami produced as solitary deities (hitorigami) at the creative unfolding of heaven and earth, but it is believed that this kamis name, expressed with different characters, is not the same as Kuninosazuchi.

-Nakayama Kaoru4323[Ame no sazuchi no kami. Kuni no sazuchi no kami] (Kojiki)1

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