Daikokuten is known as one of the Seven Lucky Gods, which consists of seven gods who bestow good fortune. He wears a hood, has a large bag on his left shoulder, and a gavel in his right hand, which is famous for old tales, and is often represented as standing on a bale. In addition, the hanging earlobe and the face with a big smile are also characteristic. The god of good fortune is said to provide various benefits, but Daikokuten is especially enshrined as the god of fertility. In addition, Daikokuten is also a god of the kitchen, so it has a deep connection with mice, and "Nenohi" is a fair (a day when you can make a lot of profits). Since ancient times, cows have been regarded as "messengers of the gods," and statues of cows are always placed at shrines and Tenmangu shrines. This work, in which the god of Daikokuten, who brings marriage and blessing, comes on a cow, is truly a lucky charm, and this work, which was made with Kutani ware, a traditional Japanese craft, is a scene for gifts and celebrations. It is a perfect gem for you. size··· Width approx. 30 cm Height approx. 22.5 cm Depth approx. 15.5 cm Weight about 2kg
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- It is said that worshiping Daikokuten has benefits mainly related to money, such as abundant harvest of five grains and prosperous business. This is because the bag that Daikokuten carries on his left shoulder is a treasure, the hammered gavel in his right hand is a springing wealth, and the rice bag held by his foot is a good harvest.