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Daikokuten statue opened in the main hall of Myorin-ji Temple.


Originally introduced from India as a god of protection of Buddhism, it was later associated with Okuninushi no Mikoto in Japanese mythology and was worshiped as a god of good fortune.


It is a figure riding a rice bag with a gavel and a big bag inside.


  The Seven Lucky Gods are not surprisingly known, but they are composed of Indian, Chinese, and Japanese gods and Buddha.


It is said that the belief of the Seven Lucky Gods began at the end of the Muromachi period and became widely established among the common people from the middle of the Edo period.


Daikokuten is said to have the benefits of good harvest, good fortune, prosperous business, and prosperity of descendants.


It is recommended that those who are in business should be placed in a store.


It is a size that you can enjoy in your daily life as a talisman for Buddhist altars and a talisman to prevent evil, and as a quaint interior.


An eye opening stamp will be stamped on the underside of the Buddha statue as a proof of eye opening when the eyes are opened.

Myorinji Temple Good luck Daikokuten

  • Product material: Hinoki

    Weight: Approximately 400g 

    Product size: Height: 16cm Width: 10cm Depth: 7cm




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For inquiries to Myorin-ji, please contact us during the following times.

Regular holidays: Saturdays, Sundays, and holidays

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Orders and inquiries on regular holidays will be dealt with sequentially on the next business day.


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Regarding delivery


* Free shipping over 5,000 yen

Please note that you cannot specify the delivery company. We do not deliver to foreign countries.

[Timing of product shipment]

Depending on the gift, it may take some time to open the eyes at the main hall of Myorinji Temple. Made-to-order Buddhist implements can take from one month to a year. If you purchase both in-stock items and made-to-order items at the same time, we will ship the in-stock items together with the made-to-order items.

Therefore, if you are in a hurry, please order the in-stock item and the made-to-order item separately. In-stock items will be shipped within 1-3 weeks after confirming your order.

About returns

[Returns due to customer convenience]

We will only accept returns of unopened and unused items if you contact us by email within one week of arrival.


Items such as Buddhist statues and Buddhist implements that have been opened for the customer, items that have been written directly on the red stamp book, items that have been taken out of the packing bag even once, and items that are convenient for the customer (different from what was expected, different image, etc.) We will not accept any returns due to (reason).

Customers are responsible for the shipping costs for returned goods.


We will transfer the returned product to the specified account within one week after confirming the arrival of the returned product.

[Return contact information]

Phone number 0463-61-0749

Return address 1582 Oiso, Oiso-machi, Naka-gun, Kanagawa 255-0003


[Myorin-ji Online Awarding Center]



1582 Oiso, Oiso Town, Naka District, Kanagawa Prefecture
TEL: 0463-61-0749 FAX: 0463-61-8899

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Business hours (Monday-Friday 9: 00-17: 00 Regular holidays: Saturdays, Sundays, and holidays)

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