Hand printed on a Washi paper
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Woodblock Print, Original woodblocks from UNSODO
This was printed in late years by UNSODO publisher (Kyoto), using original woodblocks from the end of Edo period.
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.
【 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
・Regarding size / There is a slight error in size.
・Weight/ 100 g
・Made in Japan
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