Totsuomi no kuni no miyatsuko (regional governor in ancient Japan) (遠淡海国造)
Totsuomi kuni no miyatsuko (遠淡海国造), also known as Totsuomi kokuzo, was a kuni no miyatsuko ruled the west part of Totomi Province in ancient Japan. It was also written as 遠江国造.
According to "Kojiki', the ancestor is Takehiratori no mikoto. It is also called as Takehiratori no mikoto, Amenohinadori no mikoto, and Amenohinaderi no mikoto. Totsuomikuni no miyatsuko is a son of Amenohohi no mikoto. It was descended from the same line as Izumonokuni no miyatsuko, Musashinokuni no miyatsuko, Kamitsuunakami kuni no miyatsuko, Shimotsuunakamikuni no miyatsuko, and Ijimukuni no miyatsuko. However, "Kuninomiyatsuko hongi" described it was Ikimi no mikoto, a son of Ikashikoo no mikoto, the founder of the Mononobe clan, who was appointed as Totsuomikuni no miyatsuko during the reign of Emperor Seimu.
The Izumo clan or the Mononobe clan.
Totomi Province. The west part of present Shizuoka Prefecture.
Local tutelar deity