Figure, made of wood, representing Daruma. The figure is painted with white lines for the folds around the head and black (and fierce) facial features. On the bottom front, in red, the character for 'fuku', good fortune. The base of the figure is hollow and contains a divination slip (omikuji) made of rolled paper.

An00028828 001 l

Thing

Made Of
wood, paper
Type of Thing
divination equipment, figure
Techniques
turned, painted

People

Depicted
Daruma
Found, Excavated, Collected By
Pimpaneau, Sara

Place

Found In
Zuigan-ji
Made In
Japan

Time

Acquired In
2001
Made
2000

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