■木花之佐久夜毘売 / Konohana-no-Sakuyabime Sakuyahime (or Sakuyabime) is a daughter of Oyamatsumi and a Goddess of sake. "木花" means cherry blossoms. She is famous as a beautiful goddess, and her husband is Ninigi-no-Mikoto, the grandson of Amaterasu. When Ninigi landed on the ground, he met Sakuyahime. They fell in love, and she got pregnant in a day. Ninigi wondered if there was another cause of pregnancy and set fire to the house for childbirth. If the mother and child are safe, it is proof that they are their own children. As a result, Sakuyahime and the children survived. Sakuyahime gave birth to three gods, Umisachihiko, Hosuseri-no-Mikoto, and Yamasachihiko.
■Meaning “木花/konohana” means ”cherry blossoms” ”之/no” is a conjunction "of". “佐久/saku” means ”bloom”. “夜/ya” is an interjection. “毘売/bime” means “female”.
■Concept In Japan, cherry blossoms bloom from the end of March to April. Sakuyahime is the goddess of cherry blossoms, so I drew a cute image in pink.