Hime no kami (比売神)
When describing the enshrined deity of a shrine, it is written 比売神 (Hime no Kami) (比売大神 (Hime Okami)), 比咩神 (Hime no Kami), etc., along with the shusaijin (main enshrined deities)
This is not the name of a specific god, but refers to the wife or daughter of the shusaijin of the shrine or a goddess with strong ties.
The most famous Hime no Kami is the Hime Okami of Hachimanshin (God of War). At Usa-jingu Shrine and other shrines, it is considered that this refers to the Munakata three gods, but there are many theories on the true identity of Hime Okami at Hachiman-sha Shrine.
Hime no Kami enshrined at Kasuga-taisha Shrine is the wife of Amenokoyane (Amenokoyane no Mikoto), Amenomitsutamateruhime no Mikoto. Some shrines enshrine Ohirumemuchi no Mikoto (Amaterasu) as Hime no Kami.
It exists nationwide in Japan, with Hime no Kami as the shusaijin. Those simply called 'Hime-jinja Shrine' are often the Setsumatsu sha (smaller shrine managed under the shrine) of other shrines.
Hime-jinja Shrine (Nara City):
Sessha (auxiliary shrine (dedicated to a deity close-related to that of a main shrine)) of Nantokagami-jinja Shrine
Hime-jinja Shrine (Izumisano City):
Sessha of Hine-jinja Shrine
and many others.