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Japanese Mythology A to Z
and medicine, Okuninushi. .
Myths of Japan I
*SKIM Philippi translation of the Ōkuninushi narrative, 93-119. *Michael 7) 3 March Diverse Accounts of Susano-o and Ōnamuchi (Ōkuninushi).
Okuni Nushi (God of the Underworld) is the Deus and Sojobo (legendary Tengu king) is the Pretor. Primary Stronghold(s).
The White Hare and the Crocodiles
am a fairy, and my name is Okuni-nushi-no-.
Gateway to the Underworld Air Rail
Okuninushi is the god of en-musubi, “creating the ties that bind us .

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NATURE IN SHORT / Plant-human relationships woven in Japan's classic mythology
At the very rear of the procession the youngest, Okuninushi, struggles and staggers along, forced to carry all his brothers' heavy gear. The older brothers first encounter the injured hare, shivering in pain and misery.

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Ōkuninushi - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Ōkuninushi (大国主) is a divinity (kami) in Japanese Shinto.
Encyclopedia of Shinto - Home : Kami in Classic Texts : Ōkuninushi
Okuninushi - Megami Tensei Wiki: a Demonic Compendium of your
Okuninushi Shin Megami Tensei III: Nocturne DesignAdded by A1GIS Okuninushi (オオクニヌシ, Ookuninushi) is.
Mar 3, 1997 The Japanese Shinto god of magic and medicine, son of the storm god Susanowa.
O-Kuni-Nushi-no-Kami; Prince Ruddy Plenty, Japanese Shintoism
O-Kuni-Nushi-no-Kami, Shintoism in Japan. This is a Side Page.

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