myth manga

Konohanasakuya-himein Japanese mythology, is the blossom-princess and symbol of delicate earthly life. She is the daughter of the mountain god Ohoyamatsumi.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.

She is usually holding a cherry blossom in the left hand and a mirror in the right hand.

Kono-hana is the wife of the god Ninigi  no mikoto .

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Ninigi-no-Mikoto  is, in Japanese mythology, the son of Ame no Oshihomimi no Mikoto (??????) and grandson of Amaterasu \(*-*), who sent him down to earth to plant rice there. His name also appears as Ninigi

Amaterasu sent him to pacify Japan by bringing the three celestial gifts used by the emperor: the sword Kusanagi

to have this sword susanoo had to fight a big snake with eight heads called orochi…. u_u 

 The mirror  Yata no kagami,

and the jewel Yasakani no magatama ,

Ninigi was  also the first Son of the heaven  , and the orochimaru’s seal is also called “ the cursed mark of heaven !

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Konohana sakuya hime and Niniji no mikoto  met on the seashore and they fell in love

Kono-hana became pregnant in just one night, causing suspicion in Ninigi. He wondered if this was the child of another kami. Kono-hana was enraged at Ninigi’s accusation and entered a doorless hut, which she then set fire to, declaring that the child would not be hurt if it were truly the offspring of Ninigi ( all to prove her love for him )

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So, to me, it is evident that sakura symbolize Sakuya no hime, Sasuke is niniji no mikoto itachi is amateratsu …. and another symbol that prove the parallelysm between sakura and that goddess is this one  …..

An iconography of Konohana Sakuya hime upon the fuji which she is the goddes 


Very similar to the last image of the team 7 with the sun at the left , the moon at the right side and sakura ( sakuya) at the center between them.


This is perfect, Saint Seiya original intro recreated with Myth Cloths.

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4 more scenes from Shigeru Mizuki’s 36 Stations of the Yōkaido Road.

The work is based on Japan’s myths and superstitions - some of the nations 8 million gods, spirits and monsters - and on the Ukiyo-e woodblock prints of 17th-19th century Japan.

Shigeru Mizuki died this morning, aged 93. His manga books on the spirits and monsters of Japan, and Japanese history from the Showa period to the present - taken from the perspective of his own experiences - are worth getting.