Japanese sun goddess, the queen of heaven, kami, and creation itself.
Japanese goddess of the dawn, who saved the world from eternal night.
Japanese goddess of luck and wisdom, kami of all that flows, from water to time.
Japanese god of war and fortune, protector of Buddhist temples and shrines.
Highly revered Japanese household deity, god of luck and fortune-seekers
Smiling Japanese god of luck, wealth, and prosperity, patron of fishermen.
Japanese god of the wind, frighteningly powerful and neither good nor evil.
Japanese god of wealth and longevity, representing the Southern Polestar.
Jealous Japanese god of the sea who brings good luck to fishermen.
The “Laughing Buddha,” a benevolent Japanese god and symbol of luck.
Complex Japanese deity and patron of tea, rice, prosperity, smithing, and foxes.
One of Japanese mythology’s divine creators, father of the islands of Japan.
One of Japan’s most beloved bodhisattva, protector of children and the dead.
The “Old Man of Longevity,” Japanese manifestation of the Southern Polestar.
Japanese god of fire, patron of blacksmiths and craftsmen who work with fire.
Goddess of compassion and mercy, the most popular bodhisattva in Japan.
Japanese goddess of beauty and fertility, worshipped primarily by women.
Japanese deity credited with bringing rice, civilization, and justice to humanity.
Chaotic but popular Japanese god of thunder, lightning, and storms.
Tempestuous Japanese god of seas and storms and slayer of dragons.
The legends, folklore, and histories that make up the mythology of Japan.