A deity called "Hoteison" and enshrined as one of the Seven Lucky Gods.
A monk who is said to have actually existed in China during the Later Liang period.
In Japan, it is popular and worshiped as one of the Seven Lucky Gods. A god who governs family safety, longevity and disaster, as well as wealth and prosperity.
There are three different sizes, and this one is the smallest.
In Kyoto, on the first day of the horse's day, they visit the Inari Shrine and buy a Hotei-son, and if they enshrine it in the Shinto altar, it is believed that it will ward off fires and bring good fortune. There is a custom.
*Hatsuuma no Hi (the first day of the horse in February, the day of the Inari shrine festival)
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