- Also kamado no kami. The kami of the kamado, the cooking-stove or fire, who protects the home and family. He is widely worshipped throughout Japan with a miniature shrine in the kitchen. This kami is variously identified with named kami including okitsuhiko and okitsuhime, i.e. the prince and princess of indoors, who are also agricultural kami. Kamadogami is also identified with kojin and referred to as o-kama-sama (cooking-pot-deity).
A Popular Dictionary of Shinto. Brian Bocking.