Jurōjin Japanese mythology Britannica

Jurōjin, in Japanese mythology, one of the Shichi-fuku-jin (“Seven Gods of Luck”), particularly associated with longevity. He is supposed, like Fukurokuju, another of the seven with whom he is often confused, to have once lived on earth as a Chinese Taoist sage. He is often depicted as an old man…

Jurojin - Japanese Lucky God of Longevity

Ryūkozan Shōbō-in Temple 龍光山正寶院 (Tokyo). Tendai Sect. Jump to its Jurojin page. The Seven Lucky Gods of Japan, by Chiba Reiko. Charles E. Tuttle Co., 1966. Pages 35-38. UCLA Center for East Asian Studies, Educational Resources from teacher Samantha Wohl, ……

Jurojin (band) - Wikipedia

Jurojin is a five-piece experimental rock music group from London, England formed in early 2008. The band incorporates various influences into its sound, including English folk, progressive rock, Indian classical, and heavy metal.Genres: Experimental rock, world music, metal…

Jurojin L5r: Legend of the Five Rings Wiki Fandom

Jurojin was the Fortune of Longevity and one of the Seven Fortunes. Contents[show] Appearance Jurojin was represented with a long, white beard. He could speak to all the animals of the Empire, and knew everything that they saw. Jurojin did not often take a personal hand in the lives of those...…