Musubi-no-kami
   The kami of musubi. Musubi is an ancient term interpreted in modern Shinto theology to mean the spirit of birth, becoming, accomplishment, combination, harmonisation and growth. The kami of musubi include ho-musubi-no-kami (fire musubi kami), waka-musubi (young musubi), iku-musubi (life musubi) and taru-musubi (plentiful musubi). The deities taka-mi-musubi-no-kami (exalted musubi kami) and kami-musubi-no-kami (sacred musubi-kami) are two of the 'three' deities of creation' (zoka no sanshin; see Zoka no kami). The other is Ame-no-minaka-nushi-no-kami. These three according to the Kojiki account were responsible for the birth and growth of all things.

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