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'''Takama-ga-hara''' (高天原), literally "''the Plain of High Heavens",'' is where the Gods dwell. It is believed to be connected to the Earth by the bridge ''Ama-no uki-hashi'' (the "Floating Bridge of Heaven").
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'''Takama-ga-hara''' (高天原), literally "''the Plain of High Heavens",'' is where the Gods dwell.  It is believed to be connected to the Earth by the bridge ''Ama-no uki-hashi'' (the "Floating Bridge of Heaven").
   
 
Only Gods who have a Shrine are allowed to ascend to Takamagahara. This is something Yato aspired to do someday and he accomplished his dream when Hiyori offers him his own shrine. Yato is given a small plot of land in Takamagahara as a result.
 
Only Gods who have a Shrine are allowed to ascend to Takamagahara. This is something Yato aspired to do someday and he accomplished his dream when Hiyori offers him his own shrine. Yato is given a small plot of land in Takamagahara as a result.

Revision as of 11:35, 17 March 2016

Takama-ga-hara (高天原), literally "the Plain of High Heavens", is where the Gods dwell.  It is believed to be connected to the Earth by the bridge Ama-no uki-hashi (the "Floating Bridge of Heaven").

Only Gods who have a Shrine are allowed to ascend to Takamagahara. This is something Yato aspired to do someday and he accomplished his dream when Hiyori offers him his own shrine. Yato is given a small plot of land in Takamagahara as a result.

Even though Kofuku has her own shrine, Ebisu made her sign a legal agreement banning her from the sacred land after the Bubble Era.

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