2021 Cook Islands AMATERASU  - Gods of the World 3 oz Silver Coin MS 70 - Oz Bullion
2021 Cook Islands AMATERASU  - Gods of the World 3 oz Silver Coin MS 70 - Oz Bullion
2021 Cook Islands AMATERASU  - Gods of the World 3 oz Silver Coin MS 70 - Oz Bullion
2021 Cook Islands AMATERASU  - Gods of the World 3 oz Silver Coin MS 70 - Oz Bullion
2021 Cook Islands AMATERASU  - Gods of the World 3 oz Silver Coin MS 70 - Oz Bullion
2021 Cook Islands AMATERASU  - Gods of the World 3 oz Silver Coin MS 70 - Oz Bullion
2021 Cook Islands AMATERASU  - Gods of the World 3 oz Silver Coin MS 70 - Oz Bullion
2021 Cook Islands AMATERASU  - Gods of the World 3 oz Silver Coin MS 70 - Oz Bullion

2021 Cook Islands AMATERASU - Gods of the World 3 oz Silver Coin MS 70

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2021 Cook Islands AMATERASU  - Gods of the World 3 oz Silver Coin MS 70 - Oz Bullion

2021 Cook Islands AMATERASU - Gods of the World 3 oz Silver Coin MS 70

Regular price $295.00
Sale price $295.00 Regular price $380.00
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 Amaterasu, the Sun Goddess of Japanese mythology and a central figure in Shinto religion, is revered as the radiant deity of the sun, light, and the universe's source of warmth. She is believed to have emerged from her father's left eye, filling the world with her divine radiance. Amaterasu is not only a symbol of the life-giving power of the sun but also represents purity, harmony, and protection.

One of her most famous myths involves her temporary retreat into a cave, which plunged the world into darkness until cleverly lured out by the other gods. Her return brought back light and prosperity, highlighting her vital role in Japanese culture.

Amaterasu remains a fundamental figure in Japan's cultural and religious identity, embodying the nation's reverence for nature, tradition, and the imperial family. She continues to be venerated in various festivals and rituals, symbolizing the enduring connection between the Japanese people and the sun's life-sustaining energy.

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