Hoju & Daikokuten


 
  • P0800-085
  • Hoju & Daikokuten
  • Scroll
  • Japan
  • Mid / Late 19th C.
  • Ink on Paper
  • 41.50'' W x 15'' D
  • $695
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  • Hoju is a precious holy stone said to be handed down from Buddha's ashes. The image became known as a wish-fulfilling jewel, at times symbolizing wealth and good fortune. This led to its association with the deity of prosperity Daikokuten, one of Japan's Seven Lucky Gods.
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P0800-085 – Hoju & Daikokuten
 
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