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Ajisukitakahikone - Meaning and definition. In Japanese mythology, ` Ajisukitakahikone` (also `Aji-Suki-Taka-Hiko-Ne`) is a god of thunder.

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This movie starts off with the young Prince Ashitaka whose name is based on the god Ajisukitakahikone, who is enshrined in the six Shrines of Ou in Shimane Prefecture.

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Ajisukitakahikone - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Jump to: navigation, search. In Japanese mythology, Ajisukitakahikone (also Aji-Suki-Taka-Hiko-Ne) is a god of thunder.
Ajisukitakahikone - Encyclopedia of Shinto
[Ajisukitakahikone no kami](Kojiki). Other names: Ajishikitakahiko no kami, Ajishikitakahikone no kami.
Ajisukitakahikone - Encyclopedia
Ajisukitakahikone - Meaning and definition. In Japanese mythology, ` Ajisukitakahikone` (also `Aji-Suki-Taka-Hiko-Ne`) is a god of thunder.
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Mythology (Japanese)
AJISUKITAKAHIKONE. In Japanese mythology, Ajisukitakahikone was the chief of many thunder- spirits, and the father of Takitsuhiko, the lord of pouring rain.

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