Ryomen Sukuna Revolt of 377AD
According to the Chronicles of Japan (720), Ryomen Sukuna, the head of a powerful regional clan, was against amalgamating with the Imperial Court. He was subsequently struck down by Takefurukuma and his army. Although the Chronicles of Japan describes him as a double-headed demon, he is worshipped as a hero in his homeland.
Ryomen Sukuna, was not only a ruler but also a priest and a leader of agriculture, hence the many shines and temples, such as Senko Temple in Nyukawa Village, dedicated to him, and an elongated creamy-flavored pumpkin carrying his name.