Himiko (Ji̍t-pún-gí: 卑弥呼) sī Ji̍t-pún kó͘-tāi kok-ka Yamatai ê lú-ông.

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Tāi-pán hú-li̍p Yayoi bûn-hòa phok-bu̍t-koán ê Himiko lú-ông
Yamatai ê lú-ông
Chāi-ūi 189 nî –248 nî
Kè-jīm Iyo
Chhut-sì c. 170 nî
Yamatai
Kòe-sin 248 nî
Nara-chhī hū-kīn ê tī-bōng kó͘-bōng

Ùi Edo sî-tāi khai-sí, tō ū chin-chē koan-hē Himiko tàu-té sī Ji̍t-pún Su-kì kap Kó͘-sū-kì lāi-té siáⁿ-mih-lâng ê thó-lūn kap gián-kiú. Bô-lūn tàu-té tó-chi̍t-chióng kóng-hoat sū-si̍t, ē-tàng khak-tēng ê sī, chē lóng-ē tōa-tōa kái-siá hiān-kim só͘ chai-iáⁿ ê Ji̍t-pún kó͘-tāi-sú.

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Kin-kì Thian-bûn-ha̍k ê kè-sǹg, tāi-iok tī Himiko kòe-sin chêng-āu, tī 247 nî 3 goe̍h 24 ji̍t kap 248 nî 9 goe̍h 5 ji̍t, Pak Kyûsyû tē-khu thang khòaⁿ-tio̍h 2 pái Sit-ji̍t. Án-ne ê kóng-hoat kap Ji̍t-pún sîn-ōe tiong Amaterasu bih ji̍p-khì Amano-Iwato [en] tiong, sè-kài in-chhú bô-kng ê kì-chài (Amano-Iwato) saⁿ hû-ha̍p. Lēng-gōa iōng Thóng-kè-ha̍k ê hong-sek, lī-iōng Thian-hông ê pêng-kin chāi-ūi kî-kan thui-sǹg, iā ē-tàng tit-tio̍h Himiko ê sî-tāi kap Amaterasu ê sî-tāi tiông-hok ê kè-sǹg kiat-kó.