... to the fire-god Kagu-tsuchi-no-kami, whereupon the male progenitor Izanagi cut the fire-god into three pieces, each one of ... latter in the lower shrine) which, significantly enough, appears to have been called at an earlier date the a#39;rain- chief shrinesa#39;. ... It runs as follows: aquot;Taka-Okami-no-Kami is also called the dragon god of mountain tops, while Kura-Okami-no-Kami is called the dragon god of valleys.
|Author||:||Willem R. van Gulik|
|Publisher||:||Brill Archive - 1982|