Kami is the Japanese word for a god, deity, divinity, or spirit.
Raijin and Fujin are among the most feared and respected Japanese deities. These two gods are the masters of lightning and storms, two devastating meteorological phenomena in a country regularly hit by typhoons.
Raijin is the Japanese god of thunder, lightning, and storms. He is usually depicted holding hammers surrounded by drums. He often has 3 fingers on each hand representing the past, present, and future.
Fujin is the Japanese god of wind. He is depicted holding a bag of winds. He usually has a messy appearance and wild hair from all the wind. He often has 4 fingers on each hand – one for each direction.