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By Jeremy Roberts

ISBN-10: 1604134356

ISBN-13: 9781604134353

In an international notion to were created - and approximately destroyed - through the primordial gods Izanagi and Izanami, mythic heroes battled ferocious dragons and mammoth spiders, whereas traditional bamboo cutters and farmers made unforeseen touch with the supernatural. "Japanese Mythology A to Z, moment version" is a important, colourful reference for a person with an curiosity in mythology or jap tradition. insurance of this name contains: the early eastern deities who created the area and the later deities who defend it; Kami, the spirits of all points of the residing international; animals and mythological creatures; demons and bogeymen; shrines and different sacred locations; tales from Kojiki and different historic documents of historic myths; old emperors, empresses, heroes, and heroines whose deeds survive in legend; and, more.

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