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DAIKOKUTEN. I Made 1 years ago. @slavastarkov #slavastarkov #салфетница by japanesecollective

DAIKOKUTEN. I Made 1 years ago. @slavastarkov #slavastarkov #салфетница by japanesecollective

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Depictions of 24 Samurai Generals from the Edo Period by Utagawa Kuniyoshi Week 4

Daikoku is variously considered to be the god of wealth, or of the household, particularly the kitchen. He is recognised by his wide face, smile, and a flat black hat. He is often portrayed holding a golden mallet called an Uchide no kozuchi, otherwise known as a magic money mallet, and is seen seated on bales of rice, with mice nearby signifying plentiful food.

Japanese God of Wealth: Daikokuten (or Daikoku) by Pinky Toky (eBook)

Ivory Okimono, Daikokuten signed: Gyokushou 玉昇.  Okimono de la colección Oñate (Primera parte) | OKIMONO NETSUKE

Ivory Okimono, Daikokuten signed: Gyokushou 玉昇. Okimono de la colección Oñate (Primera parte) | OKIMONO NETSUKE

NAOKAZU: LUCKY GOD DAIKOKU WITH RICE BALES Netsuke, Elfenbein. Japan, 19. Jh.

NAOKAZU: LUCKY GOD DAIKOKU WITH RICE BALES Netsuke, Elfenbein. Japan, 19. Jh.