Kamotaketsunumi

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
TitleKamotaketsunumi
テキスト内容Principal object of worship (saijin) of the shrine Kamo no Mioya Jinja. According to fragmentary passage from the Yamashiro no kuni fudoki, the kami originally descended to the peak of Takachiho in Hyūga (Kyushu), and acted as guide to emperor Jinmu, stopping in Mount Katsuragi in Yamato, then moving to Yamashiro and finally being enshrined in a place on the upper reaches of the Kamo River (called Ishiwawa no Semi no Ogawa). It was said that that place was later called "Kamo" after the deitys name.

It is also related that he married the kami Ikakoyahime and produced the offspring Tamayorihiko and Tamayorihime; Tamayorihime later produced a child, and Kamo Taketsunumi assembled the various kami at a banquet in order to learn who the father of the child was. The child itself was Kamo Wakeikazuchi, the central deity of the shrine in Kyoto by the same name.

-Mori Mizue
+辞書ページURLhttps://d-museum.kokugakuin.ac.jp/eos/detail/?id=9380
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#22287382009/03/02Administrator00EOS000074KamotaketsunumiKamotaketsunumiPrincipal object of worship (saijin) of the shrine Kamo no Mioya Jinja. According to fragmentary passage from the Yamashiro no kuni fudoki, the kami originally descended to the peak of Takachiho in Hyūga (Kyushu), and acted as guide to emperor Jinmu, stopping in Mount Katsuragi in Yamato, then moving to Yamashiro and finally being enshrined in a place on the upper reaches of the Kamo River (called Ishiwawa no Semi no Ogawa). It was said that that place was later called "Kamo" after the deitys name.

It is also related that he married the kami Ikakoyahime and produced the offspring Tamayorihiko and Tamayorihime; Tamayorihime later produced a child, and Kamo Taketsunumi assembled the various kami at a banquet in order to learn who the father of the child was. The child itself was Kamo Wakeikazuchi, the central deity of the shrine in Kyoto by the same name.

-Mori Mizue8723[Kamo Taketsunumi no mikoto] (Fudoki)1

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