𝕌𝕜𝕒𝕟𝕠𝕞𝕚𝕥𝕒𝕞𝕒【#𝟘𝟝】 by SimaEnaga


By SimaEnaga

【宇迦之御魂神 / UkanoMitama-no-Kami】 In the Nihon Shoki (history book of 720 AD), she is described as the daughter of “Izanagi” and “Izanami”. She is familiarly called "Oinari-san" and a goddess in the shape of a fox. "Uka" means grain and food.She is recognized as the god of food. She is dedicated to Fushimi Inari in Nara Prefecture, Japan.

【Meaning】 “宇迦 / Uka” means ”food” and “spirit of rice” ”之 / no” is a conjunction "of". “御 / mi” means ”honorable”. “魂 / tama” means ”soul”. “神 / kami” means “god” and ”goddess”.

【Concept】 In Japanese mythology, the body color of a fox is white. She has a beautiful fur of white that is close to silver. The background was drawn based on Fushimi Inari Senbon Torii.