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From The seven gods of fortune series, the chopsticks design depicts Bishamonten who is considered as one of the three kami of war (san Senjin), also called Tamon ten. He is represented standing on a Yaksha (an Indian cannibalistic demon) who he is supposed to control. Within the Seven Gods of Happiness, he lends the ability to bring success.
Bishamonten, (毘沙門天) also called Bishamon or Tamonten, is the god of fortunate warriors and guards, as well as the punisher of criminals. Said to live halfway down Mount Sumeru, the small pagoda he carries symbolizes the divine treasure house that he both guards and gives away.
The complete set of "The seven gods of fortune chopsticks" is available here.
- Included 2 pieces: 1 pair of chopsticks
- Color: black and blue
- Dimensions: 9.05 inches ( 23cm )
- Curb Weight: 25 g
- Material: natural wood (Surface coating : Acrylic coating)
- MADE IN JAPAN
Precautions for use:
- Due to the natural characteristics of lacquerware, please do not use this product near excessive heat, naked flames or place in boiling water.
- After each use, please clean this product by hand under warm or cold water and instantly remove all moisture with a soft and dry cloth.
- Do not use in dishwasher/dryer or microwave oven.