- Affiliation: Shinto
- Deity of: Rivers?
- Family: Hikawahime (mother) Fuwanomojikunusunu (father) Amenotsudoechine (wife) Omizunu (son)
Fukabuchinomizuyarehana (深淵之水夜礼花神 – First Flow from Still Pools / Blossoms Torn in Still Pools) was a Shinto Spirit mentioned in the Kojiki. He is said to have been the child of Hikawahime and Fuwanomojikunusunu. He married the Spirit Amenotsudoechine and together they had a son called Omizunu.1
1. Yasumaro. O, translated by Gustav Heldt. (2014) “Kojiki. An Account of Ancient Matters”. New York: Columbia University Press.
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