Japanese Mythology & Gods

Japanese mythology includes a vast number of gods, goddesses, and spirits. Most of the stories concern the creation of the world, the foundation of the islands of Japan, and the activities of deities, humans, animals, spirits, and magical creatures. Some myths describe characters and events associated with particular places in Japan. Others are set in legendary locations, such as the heavens or the underworld.This apps tell you the legendary past of Japan: gods and warriors, woodcutters and fishermen, wicked giants and beautiful princesses. Touches of mischief and humor abound, and a deep sense of the magic, ceremony, and the wonder of life.The two most important creator deities are Izanagi and his sister Izanami. According to the myths, they made the islands of Japan as well as many of the gods and goddesses. Izanagi and Izanami also appear in a story about a descent to Yomi-tsu Kuni, a land of darkness and death associated with the underworld.Perhaps the best-known Japanese deity is the sun goddess Amaterasu. Said to be the ancestor of the imperial family, she brings light into the world and is responsible for fertility. Her shrine at Ise is the most important shrine in Japan.Japanese myths, as generally recognized in the mainstream today, are based on the Kojiki, the Nihon Shoki, and some complementary books. The Kojiki, or "Record of Ancient Matters", is the oldest surviving account of Japan's myths, legends and history. The Shintoshu describes the origins of Japanese deities from a Buddhist perspective, while the Hotsuma Tsutae records a substantially different version of the mythology.Japanese Mythology Application Content :- Japan / World Creation- Japanese God and Goddess- Japanese Creatures and Monsters- Japanese Mythology Folktales- Fact about indra and azura (well known from story in naruto shippuden ending)- Tail BeasedFEATURE IN APP :1. Support all languageif you have google translate in your phone, you can easily hold a tab in article and translate to your language from app.2. Favorite You can mark your favorite article and open it in Favorite form. make a better way to read Japanese mythology.3. Last ReadIn the top right of main menu, you can find one icon with a clock refresh, just click the icon to open the last content you have read.4. Share Content To your FriendShare what you see to your friend with just one click.5. Remove AdsYou can remove ads by watching a video so you can read the mythology without ads6. SearchingYou can easily search content that you want to read.*****Disclaimer/Legal Notice*****We do not own any of these materials in this app. We made this app to help people reading Japanese Mythology easier, if there is any trademark or copyright violation that does not follow within the Fair Use, please contact us and we will take action immediately.
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