Amaterasu: The Goddess Of The Sun Picture

From Japanese Mythology:

"Amaterasu, the goddess of the sun, is the sister of Susanoo, the god of storms and the sea, and of Tsukuyomi , the god of the moon. It was written that Amaterasu had painted the landscape with her siblings to create ancient Japan. All three were born from Izanagi when he was purifying himself after entering Yomi the underworld, after failing to save Izanami ( his wife).
Amaterasu was born when Izanagi washed his left eye, Tsukuyomi was born from the washing of the right eye, and Susanoo from the washing of the nose.

Amaterasu became the ruler of the sun and the heavens along with her brother, Tsukuyomi the god of the moon and ruler of the night.
Originally, Amaterasu shared the sky with Tsukuyomi, her husband and brother until, out of disgust, he killed the goddess of food,
Uke Mochi when she pulled "food from her rectum, nose, and mouth".
This killing upset Amaterasu causing her to label Tsukuyomi an evil god and split away from him; separating night from day."

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