Talk:Ame-no-Koyane

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The English language version of this page does not appear to correlate to the Japanese equivalent.

Per google translate, the Japanese version says

アメノコヤネ
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The アメノコヤネ (Amani house life and Amani roof life), the God which appears in the Japanese myth
There is no description concerning coming out our. The case of the rock door hiding, the celebration language was advocated before the rock door, when the アマテラス opened the rock door a little, with the フトダマ the mirror was presented. Heaven grandchild descending/disembarking overlooking occasion it assumes it attended the ニニギ, became the ancestor/founder of medium retainer ream and the like.
" The コヤネ " of name the small roof (the building) in sense, is thought thing of address of entrusting declaration God.
It was believed from the fact that it is ancestor/founder God of medium retainer ream as the Fujiwara tutelary deity which designates the medium retainer sickle foot as the ancestor/founder. In addition, are done also God of the celebration language and God of success. The Oka shrine (Osaka prefecture Higashi Osaka city , Kasuga Taisha (Nara prefecture Nara city , the Yoshida shrine (the Kyoto city Sakyo Ku , the wave the shrine (Mie prefectural Shima city) and the like it is celebrated ardently.