The God of Wind
A god who controls the wind. He is generally depicted as a naked figure sprinting across the sky carrying a bag of wind and is believed originally to be one of gods of ancient Indian Brahmanism.
Both the god of wind and the god of thunder were evil gods, but they were punished by the 28 disciples of the Thousand-armed Kannon, being made to promise that at times when humans were suffering from drought, that they would call upon the god of rain to rescue them.
The two gods were converted to Buddhism and themselves became followers of Buddhism.