マスに入った! 幸せ招く えびすだいこく宮 / お守り飾り


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お宮:岐阜県産 東濃檜

【サイズ 約(cm)】
枡外寸:高さ17.3 幅17.3 奥行9.3
枡内寸:高さ14.8 幅14.8 奥行8

お宮外寸:高さ14 幅13 奥行6.5
お宮内寸:高さ8 幅4.8 奥行1.6
扉の入り口:高さ4.3 幅4.8

恵比寿様:高さ4 幅3.3 奥行3.3
大黒様:高さ3.8 幅3.3 奥行3.3

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The "Ebisudaikokumiya" that entered the Masu, that carries "fortune" to you. A full-fledged miniature Kamidana. Ebisu-sama and Daikoku-sama will gently watch over you.

Where they are, is a spiritual place. They are a mysterious pair that has been making happiness from ancient times. If you carefully enshrined them, fulfills many wishes.

When you open the door of the palace, There is a Omikuji, so let's fortune-telling as soon as it arrives.Omikuji is written in four languages: Japanese, English, Korean, and Chinese, so it is also recommended as gift for foreigners.

The inside of the palace is a size that can hold lucky charms such as amulets and Omikuji. In addition, you can "enshrined" anything you want to keep near God, such as precious rings, accessories, and memories of pets.

There are two ways to decorate, "shelf-mounted" and "wall-mounted", depending on the installation location. When decorating the wall, special parts are included, so installation is very easy. It can be installed on plasterboard walls, plywood walls, pillars and kamoi. Even if you remove it, the marks will not be noticeable, so it is also recommended for those who live for rent.

Both Masu and Omiya are made from cypress wood prodeced in Gifu prefecture, and are slowly made at the Kamidana workshop in the mountains. The warmth of the "smooth" wood of innocent cypress is a small but full-fledged "kamidana" that the shrine inside can fit in both hands.

If you put it in a corner of the room and pray for happiness and put your hands together, happiness will comes in without you knowing it.

palace:Tono cypress from Gifu Prefecture
Ebisusama ・Daikokusama:Pottery

【Size (cm)】
Outer dimensions of the Masu:H17.3 W17.3 D9.3
Inner dimensions of the Masu:H14.8 W14.8 D8

Outer dimensions of the palace:H14 W13 D6.5
Inner dimensions of the palace:H8 W4.8 D1.6
Door entrance:H 4.3 W4.8

Ebisusama:H4 W3.3 D3.3
Daikokusama:H3.8 W3.3 D3.3
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* The amulet shown in the image is not included.
* As each item is made by hand, there may be slight differences in color and shape.
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・About Ebisusama.
There are seven pillar gods in Japan that are believed to bring good fortune. Among them, the only Japanese god, "Ebisu-sama," holding a sea bream. The god of fishing and the god of good fortune. There are benefits such as prosperous business, protection of large catches, voyage safety, disaster relief, and abundant harvest of five grains.

・About Daikokusama.
There are seven pillar gods in Japan that are believed to bring good fortune, and Daikoku-sama is one of them.Daikoku-sama is also called "Daikokuten" and is a Hindu god. The magic mallet in his hand creates a variety of things.You can benefit from good harvest, good luck, prosperous business, good luck and more.

・About Masu.
The word "masu" is used in Japan as a good word such as "increase" and "profit". and is sometimes taken to mean "more prosperous". It is often used when there is a congratulations event

・About Kamidana.
The Kamidana is the place where you can carefully display the "Ofuda" and "amulet" that you received from the shrine in your house. Shinto is a religion that has been around for a long time in Japan, and is a polytheistic religion that finds eight million gods in nature and various things around us. It is not always necessary to put ofuda or amulet in the Kamidana. You can use it as an interior or put your own important things in it.

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