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โ– ่ฑŠ็Ž‰ๆฏ˜ๅฃฒๅ‘ฝ / Toyotamahime-no-Mikoto She is one of the water goddesses. Her father is Wadatsumi and her husband is Yamasachihiko. She lived in the palace of the sea, met and married Yamasachihiko, who was visiting the palace. They went up to the beach and built a maternity house and prepared to give birth. Toyotamahime had forbidden Yamasachihiko to see the birth, but he broke his promise and saw her. In the birthing house, Toyotamahime crawled in the form of a crocodile. Out of shame, Toyotamahime abandoned her baby and returned to the sea.

โ– Meaning โ€œ่ฑŠ/toyoโ€ means โ€abundance. โ€œ็Ž‰/tamaiโ€ means โ€œsplendidโ€. โ€œๆฏ˜ๅฃฒ/himeโ€ means โ€œfemaleโ€. โ€œๅ‘ฝ/mikotoโ€ is a word that after the name of a god or a noble.ใ€€

โ– Concept She is the motif of Otohime from the legend of Urashima Taro. The sea palace where she lives is called Ryugu-jo, which means Dragon's Palace in English. Thus, I expressed a water dragon. I also added the expression of being underwater as well as Wadatsumi.