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Daikokuten (Wood Carved)

Daikokuten (Wood Carved)

Height: 5.5 inch
Material: Camphor Wood


Daikokuten, also known as Daikoku, is a deity in Japanese mythology and folklore. He is considered one of the Seven Lucky Gods (Shichifukujin) in Japanese culture and is associated with wealth, abundance, and good fortune.


Daikokuten is typically depicted as a plump, smiling figure with a black hat and a large bag of treasures or a magic mallet. He is often accompanied by a straw rice bale, symbolizing fertility and agricultural abundance. In some representations, he may be shown standing on two straw bales or riding on a large sack.


Daikokuten is revered as a god of prosperity and commerce. He is believed to bring wealth, prosperity, and good luck to his devotees. He is also associated with the kitchen and food, and it is said that he provides nourishment and sustenance to the people.

    $388.00 Regular Price
    $300.00Sale Price
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