Old man statuette, FUKUROKUJU
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|Packing||Packaged in a cardboard box|
|Product origin||made in Japan|
In Japan, Fukurokuju (福禄寿) (from Japanese fuku, “happiness”; roku, “wealth”; and ju, “longevity”) is one of the Seven Lucky Gods in Shinto mythology. He is the god of wealth, longevity, virility and wisdom.He is represented as an old man with a bald and elongated head, wearing a white beard, leaning on a cane adorned with a roll of documents and holding a fan (ogi) in the other hand. Fukurokuju is accompanied by cranes. He embodies the Antarctic star.Fukurokuju is often confused with Jurōjin who is accompanied by a black deer.
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