Kanayamabiko, Kanayamabime

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
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TitleKanayamabiko, Kanayamabime
テキスト内容According to Kojiki, these kami were produced from the vomit (taguri) emitted by Izanami as she lay dying following the birth of the kami of fire Kagutsuchi. An "alternate writing" relating the same event in Nihongi mentions only the kami Kanayamabiko. Both kami are considered tutelaries of mines, metals, and the techniques associated with them. They are enshrined at the Nangū Taisha in Fuwa District, Gifu Prefecture, as well as at numerous Kanayama and other shrines throughout the country.

-Nakayama Kaoru
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#22289382009/03/02Administrator00EOS000076Kanayamabiko, KanayamabimeKanayamabiko, KanayamabimeAccording to Kojiki, these kami were produced from the vomit (taguri) emitted by Izanami as she lay dying following the birth of the kami of fire Kagutsuchi. An "alternate writing" relating the same event in Nihongi mentions only the kami Kanayamabiko. Both kami are considered tutelaries of mines, metals, and the techniques associated with them. They are enshrined at the Nangū Taisha in Fuwa District, Gifu Prefecture, as well as at numerous Kanayama and other shrines throughout the country.

-Nakayama Kaoru8923[Kanayamabiko no kami.Kanayamabime no kami] (Kojiki)1

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