Ijimu no kuni no miyatsuko (regional governor in ancient Japan) (伊甚国造)
Takehiratori no mikoto. Ikoroto, a grandson of Ikohoto no mikoto, the founder of Awa no kuni no miyatsuko, was appointed as Ijimunokuni no miyatsuko during the reign of Emperor Seimu.
It was supposedly the Kasukabe clan. The clan was descended from the same line as Izumo no kuni no miyatsuko, Tootsuomino kuni no miyatsuko, Kamituunakami kuni no miyatsuko, Shimotsuunakami kuni no miyatsuko, Musashi no kuni no miyatsuko, and Awa no kuni no miyatsuko.
Hanyu Gun, Kazusano Kori (part of Mobara City, Chosei Gun, Chiba Prefecture.)
Later, Ijimuno kuni no miyatsuko ruled Izumi Gori in the same Province (Izumi City, Katsuura City).
Probably, Tamasaki-jinja Shrine (current Ichinomiya Machi, Chiba Prefecture)
The enshrined deity is Tamasakijin.
IJIMI no Wakugo: A regional powerful clan during the Kofun period. Ijimu no kuni no miyatsuko during the reign of Emperor Ankan. In apology for his mistake, he presented the Ijimuno miyake to Kasuganoyamada no himemiko.