"Hurry, hurry, Mommy!", kids are screaming under a dinning table, pressing both hands hard against on their bellybuttons as thunder flushing and roaring outside. Mom rushes to the scared kids and does what she is expected to do--pasting bandaids on kids' bellybuttons.
They say, from olden times, that the god of thunder loves bellybuttons and come dig them out your belly and eat them when the thunder strikes. This story scares kids, and my grandkids are no exception, hence the bandaid protection.
Tawaraya Sotatsu, one of my favorite Japanese painters, did a painting of the god of thunder and the god of wind. This image here is that of the former. Superb imagination.