Ebisu, Japan’s Lucky God

Published January 10, 2013 by Maryanne


Ebisu is the Japanese god of luck. He is one of seven lucky gods in Japanese folklore. He is also known as the god of fisherman and working man.

Since he is known as a god of the sea, he can disguise himself on the beach. If you find a little trinket on the beach, it may be Ebisu!

You can also find a laughing Ebisu buddha in any dollar store! Today I brought one of mine down from my altar upstairs and gave him a new home in my home office.

May today bring you good luck and fortune! And at the end of the day come back and let me know how you made out! Did something lucky and special happen to you today? May the good energies help you to thrive and prosper!

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