Question: What is Ebisu God?

Ebisu, in Japanese mythology, one of the Shichi-fuku-jin (“Seven Gods of Luck”), the patron of fishermen and tradesmen. He is depicted as a fat, bearded, smiling fisherman often carrying a rod in one hand and a tai (sea bream—i.e., a red snapper—symbolic of good luck) in the other.

Who is the Chinese god of fire?

Zhurong In ancient China, Zhurong was the God of Fire, the “Brilliant One of the Forge.” It was he who defeated Gonggong in an epic battle of the gods, a Chinese version of the war in Heaven.

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