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Noun1.Izanami - sister and consort of Izanami; mother of the islands and gods of Japan
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Finally, the goddess Izanami (who had made love to the God Izanagi to create the islands that would form Yamato, the ancient name of Japan) died of giving birth to the god of Fire.
de Sho Shan y la Dama Oscura: Doncella roja de la autora Eve Gil, la cual nos narra el viaje que realizan los personajes principales a China, pais y localidad que sera primordial para entender a traves de un videojuego el pasado y que podria cambiar la vida de las hermanas Murasaki y Cho, lugar donde se luchara la batalla final con Izanami.
Now that's truer than ever: The spa has opened its first restaurant, Izanami, which serves Japanese-inspired seasonal small plates.
y quiza en la mitologia japonesa segun la cual, Izanami -la diosa de la creacion de Japon-, muere al dar a luz a su hijo Kagutsuchi, no a causa de una erupcion volcanica como reza el cuento, sino por efecto de las quemaduras de sus genitales (21).
For example, the mythological passage of the quarrel between the couple Izanagi and Izanami, who gave birth to the islands of future Japan, shows clearly the division of the country of the Alive and of the Dead:
Mientras nacia la deidad del fuego, quemo los genitales de Izanami produciendole la muerte.
The tale derives from the eighth-century Kojiki, the earliest known chronicle about the making of Japan by deities including the god Izanagi and goddess Izanami.
But Izanami says that she has already eaten the food from that realm, implying that it would be difficult for her to return easily to this one.
Elison also saw in this scene an unconscious response to Fabian's (and Yutei's) insult of the sacred creation myth of goddess Izanami giving birth to the nation of Japan in Nihongi, in similarly vulgar language, presented in MyOtei mondo.
Moreover, there appear many types of patriarchal discriminations by Japanese men toward women, and as an infrastructure, I used the Japanese genesis myth of Izanagi and Izanami.
De aquellos ajetreados dias del genesis, surgieron las divinidades Izanagi e Izanami, hermana y hermano, quienes se repartieron las futuras contradicciones del mundo y crearon las islas japonesas, recogiendo y esparciendo en el oceano enormes piezas de tierra como si estuvieran pescando.
3); and the image of worms swarming in a rotten corpse evokes that of the primordial goddess Izanami, from the netherworld impurity of which her husband Izanagi brings about a fundamental spurt of creation (Aston 1990, 1:24, 29-30; Mauclaire 1982, 94; Philippi 1992, 61-63).