Category:Hachiman

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Hachiman (es); Hacsiman (hu); Hachiman (ca); Hachiman (pt); Хатиман (ru); Ok-Flaga Dio (eo); Hachiman (de); Hachiman (vi); Hachiman (fr); هاچیمان (fa); 八幡神 (zh); Hachiman (fi); Hachiman (sl); 八幡神 (ja); 八幡神 (zh-hk); Hachiman (sv); Hachiman (id); Hachiman (pl); Хачіман (uk); Hachiman (nl); 八幡神 (zh-hant); Hachiman (it); 八幡神 (wuu); 하치만 신 (ko); Hachiman (en); هاتشيمان (ar); 八幡神 (zh-hans); ဟချိမန်း (my) divinità sincretista giapponese-buddhista del tiro con l'arco e della guerra; dio tutelare dei guerrieri; protettore del Giappone, del popolo giapponese e della casa imperiale (it); Japanische Gottheit, die sowohl im Shinto als auch im japanischen Buddhismus verehrt wird (de); Japanese Shinto–Buddhist syncretic deity of archery and war; tutelary god of warriors; protector of Japan, the Japanese people and the Imperial House; the name means "God of 8 Banners", after the 8 heavenly banners signaling the birth of Ōjin Tennō (en); japana ŝintoa-budhisma sinkretisma dio de arkpafado kaj samurajoj; la protektanto de Japanio, japanoj, kaj la imperiestra familio (eo); divinité shintō (fr) はちまんしん、やはたのかみ、やわたのかみ (ja); Hachiman Daimyojin, Hachiman Daimyōjin (fr); Hachiman-shin, Bát Phiên thần, Yawata no kami (vi); Yahata no Kami, Hondawake no Mikoto (en); Хатіман (uk); 八幡大神 (zh)
Hachiman 
Japanese Shinto–Buddhist syncretic deity of archery and war; tutelary god of warriors; protector of Japan, the Japanese people and the Imperial House; the name means "God of 8 Banners", after the 8 heavenly banners signaling the birth of Ōjin Tennō
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Instance ofwar deity,
kami,
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Location Hachiman shrine
Said to be the same asŌjin
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