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Ebisu is an icon that benefits the followers with safety and good catch in the sea.
As the expression “hana-o-toru” is a homonym of “getting to the fishing ground as fast as possible” and “to take the nose,” the custom of shaving off the ebisu’s nose still exists.
This statue is said to grant wishes, such as “passing entrance exams,” “Winning in sports game,” “success in business,” and “no disease and disaster.”