Kibitsuhiko-no-mikoto

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Kibitsu-hiko-no-mikoto (吉備津彦命?), also known as Hiko Isuseri-hiko no mikoto, was a legendary Japanese prince.

According to the Nihon Shoki, he was the son of Emperor Korei.[1]

His kami is enshrined at Shinto shrines in Okayama Prefecture and Hiroshima Prefecture.[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Louis-Frédéric, "Kibitsu-hiko no Mikoto" in Japan Encyclopedia, p. 513.
  2. ^ Kotodamaya.com, Kibitsuhiko jinja; Kibitsu jinja (Bingo); Kibitsu jinja (Bitchu); retrieved 2012-11-20.