cherry blossom princess

Happy New Year to Everyone 
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Yay!! It’s 2017! 

According to the Chinese Zodiac, it is the year of the Rooster!

Here’s wishing everyone, days filled with Peace, Happiness and Togetherness  (o^―^o)ノ



thank god(s) it’s summer!

june 5: gods/goddesses of wisdom
june 6: gods/goddesses of revelry
june 7: gods/goddesses of the sun
june 8: gods/goddesses of travel
june 9: gods/goddesses of the ocean

june 10: gods/goddesses of nature

Konohanasakuya-hime, (木之花開耶姫, 木花咲耶姫 or 木花開耶姫, Konohananosakuya-hime), in Japanese mythology, is the blossom-princess and symbol of delicate earthly life. She is the daughter of the mountain god Ohoyamatsumi.[1] She is often considered an avatar of Japanese life, especially since her symbol is the sakura (cherry blossom). Kono-hana is also the goddess of Mount Fuji and all volcanoes.

Kono-hana-hime is the wife of the god Ninigi. She met him on the seashore and they fell in love; Ninigi asked Oho-Yama, the father of Kono-hana-hime for her hand in marriage. Oho-Yama proposed his older daughter, Iwa-Naga-hime, instead, but Ninigi had his heart set on Kono-hana. Oho-Yama reluctantly agreed and Ninigi and Ko-no-hana married. Because Ninigi refused Iwa-Naga, the rock-princess, human lives are said to be short and fleeting, like the sakura blossoms, instead of enduring and long lasting, like stones.