|born on||27 April 1950 at 08:35 (= 08:35 AM )|
|Place||Tokyo, Japan, 35n42, 139e46|
|Timezone||JST h9e (is standard time)|
|Astrology data||06°09' 24°57 Asc. 05°29'|
Japanese religious leader (known as Himegamisama: 'Honourable Princess God') who in 1968 succeeded her grandmother, Kitamura Sayo (1900-1967, known as Ogamisama), as leader of the Shinto-based new religion, Tenshō Kōtai Jingū-kyō (Dancing Religion) which Ogamisama founded in 1945.
Sy Scholfield quotes "Prophet of Tabuse" by Tensho-Kotai-Jingu-Kyo (1954), p. 164: "On April 27 at 8:35 am Ogamisama's granddaughter was born. The child was named Kiyokazu."
- Vocation : Religion : Spiritual Leader/ Guru (Leader of Dancing Religion)