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Bika is one of six forms of Daikoku that I painted. He is holding his magical mallet sword.
Daikoku are shinto or Buddist gods that appear at the Chinese New Year [in Japan the dates for the celebration are the same as in China] He brings good luck and good fortune.

Size: 3.5 inches [8.89cm]. edges are copper, beads are glass or rhinestones. Hangs from a black ribbon. Varnished front and back to preserve the color.

Listing is for ONE star.Each piece is made one-at-a-time. beads and colors may vary.
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shipping in ASAP or at most about 2 business days from receiving payment. Comes in a padded envelope by USPS, wrapped in cloth tied with yarn. comes with Daikoku story.
Mairyann Wrentmore

Handmade Japanese Daikoku Ornament New Year Good Fortune Shinto God

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  • Handmade item
  • Materials: wood, copper, acrylic, varnish, rhinestones, glass beads, glitter, ribbon, ink
  • Ships worldwide from Florida, United States
  • Feedback: 89 reviews
  • Favorited by: 6 people