[ ee-zah-nah-gee ]
/ ˈi zɑˈnɑ gi /
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the Japanese god who fathered the islands and gods of Japan by a union with his sister Izanami.
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Izanagi knelt on the ground, bitterly weeping and lamenting.Myths & Legends of Japan|F. Hadland (Frederick Hadland) Davis
After the birth of these deities, Izanagi longed to see again his sister and spouse, and went to seek her in the underworld.The Shinto Cult|Milton Spenser Terry
The seven divine generations are "born," but do nothing except that they give Izanagi and Izanami a jewelled spear.The Religions of Japan|William Elliot Griffis
Izanagi sat upon a stone at the entrance of the Palace of Hades until the sun set, and he was weary of that valley of gloom.
And His Augustness Izanagi wept aloud, dropping his tears upon her feet and upon her pillow.