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Noun1.Hachiman - a Shinto god of war
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He passes over many reliable battle documents written by Japanese warriors in favor of the less reliable Chinese dynastic histories and the Hachiman gudokun, a problematic text replete with inaccuracies.
Once finished with discussions of Amaterasu, Faure turns to another kami, Hachiman, who is also related to the jewel, and became a manifestation of both Aizen and Amaterasu.
(1) Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, Gujo Municipal Hospital, 1261 Shimatani, Hachiman, Gujo, Gifu, Japan
The story combines gritty, urban reality with Japanese mythology and history as Ichiro, with the help of the Japanese trickster tanuki, and Hachiman, the old god of war, tries to find his true place in the world.
Her enmity was in part because of her descent from hereditary priests of the Shinto cult of Hachiman. She also had ties to the Kumano tradition of Shingon Buddhism, which taught women how to avoid falling into the lake of menstrual blood that was the Jodo hell for women.
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?
Otomo-Nata Jezebel (whose own name was not recorded in any surviving sources) affirmed her identity as a priestess of the Shinto-Buddhist sect of Hachiman (p.
For example, "Shungyo Hachiman kanen depicts Fukagawa geisha whiling the afternoon away reading rental books, and in The Maidens of the Seven Spring Flowers [Otome Nanakusa] a young woman begs her older sister, the proprietess of a pleasure boat, to read to her" (227).