Hezakaru, Hetsunagisabiko, Hetsukahibera

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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TitleHezakaru, Hetsunagisabiko, Hetsukahibera
テキスト内容According to Kojiki, three kami which came into existence when Izanagi threw down armbands (bracelets decorated with pearls and jewels) from his right arm in preparation for purification after his return from the underworld of Yomi. The prefix he (beach or shoreline) contrasts to the oki (offing) prefix of the names of the kami produced from his left armbands. Other elements of the name include bera (hera) meaning "border," and nagisa, believed to mean "by the breaking waves," each a suggestion that Izanagis pollution (kegare) was to be banished beyond the sea. (Also see Okizakaru, Okitsunagisabiko, Okitsukahibera.)

-Yumiyama Tatsuya
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#22260382009/03/02Administrator00EOS000047Hezakaru, Hetsunagisabiko, HetsukahiberaHezakaru, Hetsunagisabiko, HetsukahiberaAccording to Kojiki, three kami which came into existence when Izanagi threw down armbands (bracelets decorated with pearls and jewels) from his right arm in preparation for purification after his return from the underworld of Yomi. The prefix he (beach or shoreline) contrasts to the oki (offing) prefix of the names of the kami produced from his left armbands. Other elements of the name include bera (hera) meaning "border," and nagisa, believed to mean "by the breaking waves," each a suggestion that Izanagis pollution (kegare) was to be banished beyond the sea. (Also see Okizakaru, Okitsunagisabiko, Okitsukahibera.)

-Yumiyama Tatsuya6023[Hezakaru no kami.Hetsunagisabiko no kami.Hetsukahibera no kami] (Kojiki)1

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