Yamato Totohi Momoso
- Distinction: Emperor Sûjin's Aunt on the Emperor's father's side
- Other names: Yamato-toto-hi momo so bime no Mikoto
Curious as to what he meant by this, she eagerly awaited the next day. At dawn, she checked inside her toiletry case only to find a snake coiled up inside.Screaming, she embarrassed Ôkuninushi, who then took on the appearance of a human. After chiding his wife for disobeying his previous wish, he fled to Mt. Miwa
Heartbroken, Yamato Totohi Momoso stabbed herself in her genitals with a chopstick in order to kill herself. She was subsequently buried in Hashihaka Kofun, which literally means "Chopstick Tomb". It has been suggested that Hashihaka Kofun belonged to Himiko, which would hypothetically place Himiko as Yamato Totohi Momoso, and furthermore as Emperor Sujin's aunt.
- Barnes, Gina. THE QUEEN MOTHER CULT AND MIWA RULERS OF EARLY KOFUN JAPAN University of Hawaii, Center for Japanese Studies lecture/Anthropology Colloquium. Honolulu, Hawaii. 16 November, 2006.
- Nihon Shoki. Aston, 1.158-159.