Woodblock print "God of Wealth (Daikokuten)" by Soga Shohaku Published by UNSODO

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■ Type
Woodblock Print, Original woodblocks from UNSODO
※Original woodblocks
This was printed in late years by UNSODO publisher (Kyoto), using original woodblocks from the end of Edo period.

■ Artist
Soga Shohaku
Soga Shohaku was born in Kyoto.
He had high skill of ink painting technique, he was described as a eccentric painter with a wild style of painting that surprises the viewer.

■ Description
【 Daikokuten 大黒天 】
Daikokuten is one of the Seven Lucky Gods. He is a god of fortune.
Originally, he was a Hindu warrior deity named Mahākāla and once introduced in Japan
he became the God of Wealth and Prosperity. He is well known for his happy-looking smile and is
often presented with a bag on this shoulder filled with money and a magic mallet standing on two bales
of rice.The virtue he represents is Fortune.

・Material/ Japanese washi paper
・Size/ Picture:W35×H24.3cm

・Regarding size / There is a slight error in size.
・Weight/ 100 g
・Made in Japan

Product Type: HOME DÉCOR

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