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Japanese Mythology: In the Japanese language, the seven gods of luck are called Shichi Fukujin, which means "seven happiness beings".

Susanoo is the Shinto god of the sea & storms. He is also considered to be ruler of Yomi. In Japanese mythology, Susanoo, the powerful storm of Summer, is the brother of Amaterasu, the goddess of the sun, and of Tsukuyomi, the god of the moon. All three were born from Izanagi, when he washed his face clean of the pollutants of Yomi, the underworld. Amaterasu was born when Izanagi washed out his left eye, Tsukuyomi was born from the washing of the right eye, and Susanoo from the nose.

歌川国芳 (Utagawa Kuniyoshi, 1798 - 1861) Self-portrait of the Shunga Album

Amaterasu, Shinto God of light

Matsuko (Daughter of Tamaru Inenoemon) from the series Eastern pictures of heroic women compared / Yoshitoshi 吾嬬繪姿烈女競 田丸稲之右衛門の女 松子 月岡芳年 1880...

Ohoyamatsumi is in Japanese mythology an elder brother of Amaterasu, and an important god who rules mountain, sea, and war.

Fujin, Japanese god of the wind

Kintaro, also called the "Golden Boy", was a child of extreme strengths. The son of a princess, he was brought up by Yamauba, an old woman living in the mountains. Kintaro lived in the mountain woods and talked to the animals. He was so strong that he could bend trees like nothing.

天照, Amaterasu Ō-Mikami. Diosa del Sol