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Meiji Period Bizen Figure of Daikoku with Radish
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Meiji Period Bizen Figure of Daikoku with Radish

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Directory: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Japanese: Earthenware: Pre 1900: Item # 1189188
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An antique Bizen ware figure of Daikoku, one of the seven fortune gods in Japan. Daikoku is holding a mallet (uchide kozuchi) which Daikoku often holds. On the other hand, he is holding a two legged radish. The word radish in Japanese, daikon, is somewhat synonymous to Daikoku and a legend exist of how the two legged radish became associated with Daikoku. Age: Meiji Period. Size: height 6" width 3.3" length 4.75"