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Wednesday, June 26, 2024

Hachiman and the Mongol Invasion of Japan - Japanese Mythology


Today, we're going to learn about the divine wind, which is known better as kamikaze. The story behind the divine wind starts when the Mongols tried to invade Japan, when it looked bleak for the Japanese forces, Hachiman intervened, the skies darkened, the sea boiled, and that's when the Mongols learned of the destructive power of the Gods.
The mythology of Hachiman, Japan's  god of war, is steeped in tales of divine intervention and unwavering protection. Hachiman's origins trace back to the deification of Emperor Ōjin, but his legend has grown to encompass the very spirit of Japan. Known as the guardian of the samurai, Hachiman's influence extends far beyond the battlefield. He is the embodiment of resilience and the divine protector of the Japanese people.

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