【Tokyo’s guidebook 4】東京のガイドブック4






●恵比寿・・・椙森神社(すぎのもり)⇒ 宝くじ当選祈願、商売繁盛、五穀豊穣

●大黒天・・・松島神社、ここでは、大国神とされている。⇒ 豊穣、財産、食べ物

●福禄寿・・・小網神社 ⇒ 幸せ、財産、長寿

●毘沙門天・・・末廣神社 ⇒ 勝負、疫病退散、厄除け

●布袋・・・茶ノ木神社 ⇒ 福徳円満、防災

●寿老人・・・笠間稲荷神社 ⇒ 福徳長寿、不老長寿

●弁財天・・・宝生弁財天水天宮境内 ⇒ 音楽、芸能、弁論、唯一女性の神





 From a guidebook, How to walk the earth, Tokyo, I introduce a trip to Nihombashi,

where you can visit the Seven Lucky Gods in two hours.

 The Seven Gods of Good Fortune are Japanese deities, Ebisu, Daikokuten,

Fukurokuju, Bishamonten, Hotei, Jurojin, and Benzaiten, each with a different

background including Hinduism, Buddhism, Taoism, and Shintoism.

 Ebisu-san is the only one of these deities to be of Japanese origin.

  The following is a list of the shrines and the gods that are enshrined in each.

●Ebisu・・・Suginomori Shrine ⇒ Prayers for winning the lottery, prosperous business, and good harvest

●Daikokuten・・・Matsushima Shrine ⇒ a rich harvest, wealth, and food

●Fukurokuju・・・Koami Shrine ⇒ Happiness, wealth, and long life

●Bishamonten・・・Suehiro Shrine ⇒ victory, ward off pestilence, and ward off bad luck

●Hotei・・・Chanoki Shrine ⇒ Good fortune and happiness, disaster prevention

●Jurojin・・・Kasama Inari Shrine ⇒ Good fortune, long life and immortality

●Benzaiten・・・Hojo Benzaiten Suitengu Shrine ⇒ Music, performing arts, oratory, the only female God

 All the shrines are located near the Ningyocho station.

  I would like to go to Bishamonten and wish for an end to COVID-19.

 Today it is forecast to rain from the Kanto area southwards. Let’s stay warm

and do our best♬ Have a good day!



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