Inari Kino Shrine
It enshrines Yebisu. Ebisi is the lucky god with a fishing pole on right hand, and red bream on left hands. Ebisu is the only Japanese God in 7 Lucky Gods. Inari Kino Shrine was established in 1653, and moved to the current location in 1831. It is the only Inari Shrine that has the name of Kino.
It enshrines Bisyamonten. Bisyamonten is Indian God of War. He is not only the god of war, but also the god of treasure and wealth. He wears yellow armor, a pagoda on the left hand and a spear in right hand. He is stepping on the evil with his angry face. Zenkokuji Temple is Nichiren Buddhism temple established in 1595.
It enshrines Daikoku. Daikokuten has a hammer with the right hand, and a lucky bag on left hand. Then, he stands on two straw rice bags. He is the combination gods of Indian god and Japanese god. Keioji Temple is Nichiren Buddhism Temple established in 1598.
It enshrines Benzaiten. Benzaiten is the only Goddess in 7 Lucky Gods. She was originally Indian Goddess. She is a god of water. Benten Shrine in Japan always located near water.
The office only opens at the beginning of January. After that, you have to visit Nishimuki Tenjin Shrine.
It enshrines Fukurokuju. Fukurokuju is Laozi in China. His name is made from, Fuku of Lucky, Roku of wealth, Ju of eternal life. He has long head, long beard, stuff and his partner crane. Eifukuji is Soto Buddhism Temple established in 1648.
It enshrines Jurojin. Jurojin is the founder of Taoism. It's the wizard who turned out from Laozi. He wears a cute cap, and has a long stuff and a deer as the partner. Hozenji is Nichiren Buddhism temple established 1687.
Hotei is Zen priest who existed in China during 10th century.
Hotei has a huge bailey and great smile. He has a fan called Bashosen and like Daikoku, he has a lucky bag. If you can touch his bailey, it gives you good luck. Taishoji is Pureland Buddhism temple established 1668.
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