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Torento-no-kami (トレントの上), confused with "Torimiminokami" is a Kami (Japanese: 神, [kaꜜmi]) of the Japanese myth cycle and also a minor deity of the Shinto religion. He is seen as the deity of support and gratitude. Kami may, at its root, simply mean spirit, or an aspect of spirituality. The meaning of his whole name, Torento-no-kami, is "the great kami (deity) who shines in river". According to the Japanese mythology, the kami is considered to be created by Amaterasu.
The Shrine is dedicated to not just one kami but, many.
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