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Azumi-no-isora (阿曇磯良) is a shinto kami of the seashore. He is considered to be the ancestor of the Azumi people. He is worshiped at a number of shrines, including Mekari Shrine (和布刈神社) of Kitakyushu, Shika no Umi shrine on Shika Island,
and Shiga Shrine (志賀神社) of Tsushima.
There are some myths where Azumi-no-isora has a sexual relationship with the empress.