Daikoku: God of the Earth, Agriculture, and Rice (Hindu Origin)
Ebisu: God of the Ocean and Fishing Folk (Japanese Origin)
Both are considered patrons of wealth and good fortune.
Japanese for Ebisu
Japanese for Daikokuten (also called Daikoku)
This delightful set is made of sandalwood, a highly prized aromatic wood of great beauty and texture. These two deities are often depicted together, with Daikoku considered the father and Ebisu the son. Artwork of the pair can be found everywhere in modern Japan, especially as members of Japan's Seven Lucky Gods.
- Wood = Sandalwood
- Amulet Size in Centimeters = H = 6.0 W = 4.3 T = 1.5
- Comes with its own wooden box (made of boxwood) for safe storage and transport. The names of both deities are written in Japanese on the box cover.
- Box Size in Centimeters = H = 8.5 W = 12.0 T = 3.7
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