Inspire by the Moon

I saw the Moon last night and was inspired to create the Shinto Japanese god Tsuki yomi

Tsukuyomi also spelled Tsukiyomi is the moon god and ruler of the night. He is also a god of duty and respect for one's betters, and above all of observing the rules of hospitality. The moon god is a cold and forbidding deity, seldom seen in the daylight; more often he is spreading the moon's pale light over the fields or withholding it, letting night's true darkness take hold for a little while. He is one of the three heavenly siblings born of Izanagi, God of Life and Father of the gods.


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