Tatsu - Usually found far away from human habitation, these majestic Japanese dragons are thought to be godlike in power and origin, and are heavily associated with water sources and stormy weather. They are capable of shapeshifting in order to interact with humans, and are often prayed to in the hope that they will bring good weather and productive harvests of crops. Some Buddhist temples maintain areas of holy ground dedicated to the wise dragons.
Kagu-tsuchi- Japanese myth: the fire god. his birth burned his mother Izanami, causing her death. His father Izanagi, in his grief, beheaded him with his sword, and cut his body into eight pieces, which became eight volcanoes.
Tsukiyomi- Japanese myth: god of the moon. He was born when washed out of Izanagi's right eye. He killed Uke mochi which angered his wife and sister Amaterasu, the sun goddess. She then left to another part of the sky, causing the sun and moon to never be seen together.
Izanagi- Japanese myth: brother and consort of Izanami. He is a creator deity, helping form the Japanese islands. During his cleansing rite Amaterasu, the sun goddess, was born from his left eye, Tsukuyomi, the moon god, from his right eye, and Susanoo tempest or storm god from his nose.