Iwaoshiwakunoko

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
資料形式 CBテキストデータベース
TitleIwaoshiwakunoko
テキスト内容A kunitsukami (earthly kami) that appeared during Jinmus eastern campaign from Kumano to Yoshino, and became his ally. Both Kojiki and Nihongi describe Iwaoshiwakunoko as having a tail, and as appearing by pushing aside the boulders in order to meet the procession of the offspring of the heavenly kami (tenjin). Both sources call him the ancestor of the Kuzu people of Yoshino.

The Kuzu people were known for their food offerings and performances at the time of rites like the Daijōe (see Daijōsai). Shinsen shōjiroku describes them as cave-dwellers.

-Mori Mizue
+辞書ページURLhttps://d-museum.kokugakuin.ac.jp/eos/detail/?id=9388
+動画/音声公開サイトURL1https://drive.google.com/uc?export=view&id=1Mh5fP2Pl04GBoCnIPl5xkn3mbIG9Kt9h
+動画/音声公開サイトURL2
#22279382009/03/02Administrator00EOS000066IwaoshiwakunokoIwaoshiwakunokoA kunitsukami (earthly kami) that appeared during Jinmus eastern campaign from Kumano to Yoshino, and became his ally. Both Kojiki and Nihongi describe Iwaoshiwakunoko as having a tail, and as appearing by pushing aside the boulders in order to meet the procession of the offspring of the heavenly kami (tenjin). Both sources call him the ancestor of the Kuzu people of Yoshino.

The Kuzu people were known for their food offerings and performances at the time of rites like the Daijōe (see Daijōsai). Shinsen shōjiroku describes them as cave-dwellers.

-Mori Mizue7923[Iwaoshiwaku no ko] (Kojiki)1

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