Daikoku

Daikoku

god has inexhaustible sack of useful articles. [Jap. Myth.: LLEI, I: 325]
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The coming of age purification ritual is a part of the two-day festival held annually at Kanda Myojin Shrine each January to honour and pay homage to Daikoku, the deity of fortune
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In an emotional, frank interview, the star also reveals how he cheated on late wife Irene over their 40-year marriage and his lovers included current partner Yuriko Daikoku.
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Changes between freshwater and seawater ecosystems affect the fish metabolism, modifying the fatty acids composition of cellular membranes, mainly [omega]-3 HUFA (Daikoku et al., 1982; Sheridan, 1989).
K., Funabashi, T., Daikoku, S., Suyama, K., Mitsushima, D., Sano, A., 2004.
(201) This standard was basically sustained by the Tokyo Regional Court in its Daikoku decision, (202) a private action case.