Hachiman


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Noun1.Hachiman - a Shinto god of war
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Her enmity was in part because of her descent from hereditary priests of the Shinto cult of Hachiman.
Did he build the lodge for pilgrims at Yawata (an area south of Kyoto near Iwashimizu Hachiman shrine) because he had hoped to curry favor with the shogunate, since the late shogun Yoritomo had established a branch of the shrine (Tsurugaoka Hachiman) at Kamakura?
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They were kept in the Konda Hachiman Shrine and registered as National Treasures in 1952.
To stud at 4 years and dam of: Subscribe, alias Vengeance Of Rain (2000 g by Zabeel; multiple Gr1 winner), Dizelle (2001 f by Zabeel; Gr1 winner), Hachiman (2002 g by Fusaichi Pegasus; winner), Bernicia (2004 f by Elusive Quality; unraced to date).
In one image, for example, Amaterasu, Kashima, and Hachiman (a popular deity with strong Buddhist connections) ride horses across the sky of a devastated Edo.
Take the train a couple of stops back to Kamakura itself for the Shinto shrine of Tsurugaoka Hachiman, one of the most important in Japan.
About 60 people gathered Sunday in Omi Hachiman, Shiga Prefecture, for a memorial service for seven Brazilian men killed in a Nov.
This warrior, on his way to subdue the rebellious Abe clan in the north, stopped at Kamakura and dedicated a shrine to the Minamoto tutelary deity, Hachiman, the god of war.
In recent years, it has been performed annually at Tsurugaoka Hachiman Shrine in Kamakura, Kanagawa Prefecture, on Sept.
In the meantime, the original settlement of what is now Takanashi imported the Yasaka and Hachiman shrines in the seventeenth century.
She had promoted Dokyo to the highest ministerial position but his ambitions to succeed her eventually failed - the primary reason, as announced by the oracle of the Hachiman kami, being that he was not of imperial descent.