Numerology information Mikoto:

numerologyName Number: 2 Meaning: Partnership, Sense, Other, Passive, Assistance, Acceptance, Intimacy, Peace


Definition funny of Mikoto:

urbana name of an emperor of japan.. it can be a name of a girl.. beautiful, sincere and very loyal when it comes to love.. loves being in small groups of people and easily hurt when being judged negatively.. always lends a hand in helping others.. ready to hear in other problems... sometimes weird.. but being weird sometimes is being cute... always wants privacy.. and always love to be near to her love ones..

urbanmikoto myagi & mikoto suo


Songs about Mikoto:

songsAma Yuzuru Hi Amanosagiri Kuni Yuzuru Hi Kunino Sagirino Mikoto by Vairocana from the Album Mah Vairocana

songsMikoto(Fate) by Mary Yamaguchi from the Album Otsukaresama -Great!!-


Books about Mikoto:

booksRelease Roh Jo Alice au Wagga Mikoto staff Roh Aida de Bruno shooting Toiu nano WASH Roh Record (Japanese Edition... by king of japanese paparazzi (Apr 24, 2014)

booksThe tale of Ameno Minakanusino Mikoto: Talk the Genesis of the human race (Japanese Edition) by Triangule (Jul 7, 2014)

booksMikoto night - ten incident refrain Yakushu shop Hee (Gakken M Bunko) (2009) ISBN: 4059005673 [Japanese Import... by Thickness of order (0010)

booksMikoto Princess uproar settlement (Mass Market Paperback) (1989) ISBN: 4101151113 [Japanese Import] by Yuki Kyosuke (0100)

booksMikoto Yutaka documents miscellaneous notes (Japan Association annals Sosho 136) (1972) ISBN: 4130977369 [Japanese... by Japan annals Association (0010)

booksMikoto to miko no shinwagaku: Nihonjin no kokoro no genkei (Samitto sosho) (Japanese Edition) by Michiyoshi Hayashi

booksThe Mikoto in Ryuhei training meeting - mind and body unification of the motherland and God (2005) ISBN: 4876563020... by Sun Myung Moon (0010)


Wiki information Mikoto:


Susanoo, also known as Takehaya Susanoo-no-Mikoto is the Shinto god of the sea and storms. He is also considered to be ruler of Neno-Katasu-Kuni. He is married to Kushinadahime.


Izanagi is a deity born of the seven divine generations in Japanese mythology and Shinto, and is also referred to in the roughly translated Kojiki as "male-who-invites" or Izanagi-no-mikoto. It is also pronounced Izanagi-no-Okami.