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Takarabune

PatternA4(5Pages)(1/3) PatternA4(5Pages)(2/3)
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PatternA4(3Pages)(3/3) Assembly InstructionsA4(5Pages)
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PatternLTR(5Pages)(1/3) PatternLTR(5Pages)(2/3)
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PatternLTR(3Pages)(3/3) Assembly InstructionsLTR(5Pages)
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Contents information

Artist name
  • N.Ogasawara
Release date
  • 2008-08-31
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Recommended paper type
  • Matte Photo Paper
Print Quality
  • High
Orientation
  • Landscape
Page Layout
  • Same magnification
Page Scaling
  • None

Takarabune, meaning "treasure ship", is the word for a sailboat which was used to transport coral, gold and silver, gemstones, bales of rice, and other precious commodities. In Japan, takarabune are considered symbols of celebration, and ornamental models depicting the Seven Lucky Gods riding in a takarabune are often kept as lucky charms. The Seven Lucky Gods consist of Ebisu, god of commercial prosperity; Daikokuten, god of harvest; Benzaiten, goddess of knowledge, art and beauty; Bishamonten, god of contest; Hoteison, god of fortune, relationships, and children; Fukurokuju, god of prosperity and longevity; and Juroujin, god of longevity and happiness. These deities have long been considered gods of fortune and bringers of happiness.

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